U. is a 'corporate anthropologist' who, while working on a giant,
epoch-defining project no one really understands, is also tasked
with writing the Great Report on our society. But instead, U.
spends his days procrastinating, meandering through endless
buffer-zones of information and becoming obsessed by the images
with which the world bombards him on a daily basis: oil spills,
African traffic jams, roller-blade processions. Is there a secret
logic holding all these images together? Once cracked, will it
unlock the master-meaning of our era? Might it have something to do
with the dead parachutists in the news? Perhaps; perhaps not.
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