Explorers

“Nowadays being an explorer is a trade, which consists not, as one may think, in discovering hitherto unknown facts after years of study, but in covering a great many miles and assembling lantern-slides or motion pictures, preferably in colour, so as to fill a hall with an audience for several days in succession”

Claude Lévi-Strauss, Triste Tropiques, 1955

Airmiles?

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From a blog post by FT management writer Andrew Hill.

Chips and kinships

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