described the title poem of Elizabeth Bishop's improbably named posthumous collection, Edgar Allan Poe & the Juke-Box
(Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 2006), as "an ambitious, complexly fragmented, speculative poem about cruising a Key West bar" <https://poets.org/text/elizabeth-bishops-new-poems
>. IIn the poem Elizabeth Bishop (1911-79) had remarked: "Poe said that poetry was exact / But pleasures are mechanical / and know beforehand what they want ...." Whether or not Poe actually said such a thing, the unexpected collocation of Poe and a juke box takes us to the brink of the grand canyon -- where poetry and technology collide.
Speaking of which, to celebration its own plunge into the uncertain media future, The New York Times
mocked its famous slogan, "All the News That's Fit to Print," with a typographically uninhibited yet historically-conscious parody in this house ad: "All the news that's fit to print. stream. archive. digitize. e-mail. broadcast. blog. feed.
(November 7, 2007, F9 et passim