The Bottom of the News

The other day, I asked a guy working at an Apple Store about the biggest adjustment he’d have to make once they start selling watches. He said, “I’m gonna have to touch people’s wrists.” That’s just one change required as the company goes from selling tech to selling fashion.

+ “Square-dancing represents the collective aspect of Chinese culture, but now it seems that the overenthusiasm of participants has dealt it a harmful blow with disputes over noise and venues.” NYT on the public dancing controversy in China.

+ The X-Files is making a comeback.

+ Wired’s Clive Thompson: The most important thing on the Internet is the screenshot. (At least, it’s the most important thing I don’t view in incognito mode.)

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