“In an age when most music exists on the boundless, only somewhat navigable reservoir of sound called the internet, splintered across streaming services, YouTube embeds, torrents, and message board threads, there’s something to be said for the tangibility and simplicity of physical media.” OK, so you think we’re talking about the vinyl revolution being led by snooty audiophiles, bearded hipsters, and suburban dads suffering from peak mid-life crisis. Well, forget vinyl. Cassettes are making a comeback.

+ Why some Peso traders want Mexico to buy Twitter and shut it down.

+ On the similarities between Indianapolis and Kim Kardashian.

+ “There’s a point where no corruption can be a bad thing. It can mean that things are too boring.” From the NYT: The very unusual, but pretty interesting, musings of Peter Thiel. (Ever get the feeling that most people, even really successful ones, are totally nuts?)