Today Errol Morris has finished his latest epic rumination on photography in the pages the of the World's Best Photography magazine. It is called "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock."
I confess that I don't deal well with any pace faster than that of a river whose surface never roils, and I've been feeling overextended recently, even though by the standards of most people who are actually busy I am not, and I haven't gotten around to reading these. Nevertheless they deserve mention if only for their august venue and Mr. Morris's track record, which is impeccable so far.
Here's the link to all seven parts, in reverse order. I don't know how long all seven part are altogether, but I would like to know. I suspect I would probably be happier having them as a small, neat, printed book. But that would cost money, and online it's free, all but for the time it takes to read.