Ars Technica recaps the current version of Mike Daisey's The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, revised after Ira Glass busted Daisey for lying about details of the show.
After a recap of Steve Jobs' dismissive e-mails to customers who asked about Daisey's allegations, Daisey admitted to his falsehoods more directly. "The way in which a thing is made is part of the design itself," he said. "He forgot. And so did I."
Read the whole thing. Thanks to m'dad for the link
Mike Daisey just emailed me with these words:
The NYT review of the new TATESJ is also good, more in-depth:
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