'The Internet is the greatest poem ever written'
Avant-garde poet Kenneth Goldsmith prefers to recycle old texts rather than pen something original. Upon visiting Israel, he explains his belief in uncreative writing.
What will we, humans of the 21st century, leave behind for future generations? This grave thought gains urgency when the hard disk of our computer breaks down and sends us in search of an expert, who, at best, suggests we pay him thousands of shekels for any attempt to recover part of the missing data.