“And the changes are very much like the changes between the old dance style and the new dance style. In the old dance style you moved around the dance floor, you asked people for dances, you changed partners. Now you move out on the floor and you sculpture. They call it through for suzy whatla. You make images, you can’t ask anybody for a dance on that floor. There’s no way of getting in. It’s a closed world. It’s profound, it has depth, whereas the old Foxtrot world was an exceedingly superficial, although cheerful world and to which I belong.”

— Marshall McLuhan