Suckling on Steve Jobs’s plastic teats

“There is no more sombre enemy of good art than the pram in the hall.” Written in 1938 by critic Cyril Connolly, it’s a sentiment embraced by generations of young creative people who have delayed or resisted having children, believing that the arrival of a baby would sap their vigour and keep them away fromContinue reading “Suckling on Steve Jobs’s plastic teats”