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Too Much To Watch: TV's New Golden Age Excess Of Riches

There's too much good stuff to watch on TV now to keep up, complains David Carr in this piece about an "excess of excellence that is fundamentally altering my media diet and threatening to consume my waking life in the process." In fact, "the growing intellectual currency of television has altered the cultural conversation in fundamental ways. Water cooler chatter is now a high-minded pursuit, not just a way to pass the time at work."

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