There is more and more to say about Guy Debord; one can scarcely walk through the bohemian district of the bookstore without toppling a stack of biographies and gossip. Perhaps it's an apology for not noticing in a timely fashion how incisive was his description of daily life, political domination, and their entwined fate. Perhaps it's simply an attempt to skim some cash off the widening Situationist cult. Either way, it's good that Debord occasionally gets to... More >>>