An article on Macleans.ca is another article proclaiming that 'cool' is dead. At least in this one the journalist, Andrew Potter, looks at the popularity of BoingBoing as a suggestion...

An article on Macleans.ca is another article proclaiming that ‘cool’ is dead. At least in this one the journalist, Andrew Potter, looks at the popularity of BoingBoing as a suggestion of what today makes up today’s version of cool: quirk.

The prevailing aesthetic is not cool, but quirky, dominated by unpredictable and idiosyncratic mash-ups of cultural elements that bear no meaningful relationship to one another.

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