Given my work with avant-garde poetry, I'm especially interested in the last 30 seconds or so of this clip, but DFW's remarks on the TV-literature relationship are also fun to think about.
Spambot Poetry, Vol. 1
In which we're dazzled by the literary exploits of 21st century technology.
3-for-3: Photographing all the Very Serious People
3-for-3, Episode 1.3: Midcentury America Seen Through the Camera's Eye; Racing to the Top with All of Our Very Serious Friends; I'M ON A BOAT!
3-for-3: Oh, the Places We’d Go!
3-for-3, Episode 1.2: Getting Over the "Humanities Hump" at Harvard; T.S. Eliot DM's Virginia Woolf, 1924-Style; Touring the "Infinite Boston" of David Foster Wallace