Toto: how we made Africa | Culture | The Guardian — «“If this is a hit,” I said, “I’ll run naked down Hollywood Boulevard.” I thought the song had a brilliant tune, but I remember listening to the lyrics and going: “Dave, man, Africa? We’re from north Hollywood. What the fuck are you writing about? ‘I bless the rains down in Africa?’ Are you Jesus, Dave?”»
NPR.org : The Father Of The Internet Sees His Invention Reflected Back Through A 'Black Mirror' — Sentences like these, in works of mainstream journalism, suggest that we are headed some ugly places: "They made it possible to surf the Internet anonymously — unlike a telephone, you don't have a unique number that announces who you are. We know how that turned out. People with less lofty ambitions than Cerf used that loophole for cybercrime, international espionage and online harassment."