Sunday, October 7, 2007

What Were You Doing at Age 22?

This makes me feel lazy:

You can find America's new antiwar movement in a bright yellow room four floors above the traffic of West 57th Street—a room so small that its occupant burns himself on the heat pipe when he turns over in bed and can commute to his office without touching the floor. Eli Pariser, 22, tall, bearded [and the executive director of], spends long hours every day at his desk hunched over a laptop, plotting strategy and directing the electronic traffic of an instantaneous movement that was partly assembled in his computer. During the past three months it has gathered the numbers that took three years to build during Vietnam. It may be the fastest-growing protest movement in American history.