The Real Review continues its attempt to track the ever-changing zeitgeist. This issues examines 'just-in-time' production, the idea of making what we need, when we need it and how this thinking dominates our material world.
Edited by architect Jack Self and innovatively designed by OK-RM, this is an unashamedly intelligent and never less than fascinating read.
Jack Self's 'Playlist Personalities' article begins "ITunes: it updates every week, but somehow hasn't changed in years." The Real Review is always making us think, or re-think, the world around us. A great article that links the history of the playlist to neoliberalism and the undoing of the "progressive, educated, tech-savvy middle classes."