Attention Economy – May 11, 2012

  • ‘Fug You’: The Wild Life Of Ed Sanders : NPR
    Ed Sanders co-founded the legendary avant-rock band The Fugs, and went on to be an important member of the Youth International Party — the Yippies. He’s also a classical scholar who’s written a new memoir (“Fug You”) of life on New York’s Lower East Side in the 1960s.
  • In ‘Engines,’ A History Of America Through Cars : NPR
    The invention of Henry Ford’s Model T in 1908 sparked the birth of the automobile industry. Since then, cars have played a monumental role in defining American culture. Paul Ingrassia’s new book, “Engines of Change”, highlights 15 cars that have shaped the way Americans live.
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