Not wordy, but interesting

New York Times columnist David Brooks, who I normally do not like, has a really interesting column today on how things like the iPhone and Kindle are becoming "the basis of good taste" as opposed to the art (music, books, movies, etc.) that you can consume with them.

Today, Kindle can change the world, but nobody expects much from a mere novel. The brain overshadows the mind. Design overshadows art.