In anticipation for the release of her upcoming album Divers, Pitchfork reports that Joanna Newsom will embark on a North American tour and screen the music video for the album’s title track in theaters across the United States (October 16-22) as well as the UK (October 27). The music video is directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, as he did with the lead single, “Sapokanikan.” It marks their third collaboration together in two years (the first being his 2014 film, Inherent Vice).
The New York Times reports that Twitter unveiled a new feature called “Moments” a sort of smart version of “trending”-topics for articles, that will attempt to rein in the redundancy of different outlets reporting on the same thing:
Tap it and you’ll be taken to a half-dozen or so headlines pointing to the big events currently being discussed on Twitter, like ‘Missing ship believed sunk’ or ‘Clinton unveils guns proposal.’ Tap again on one of these headlines and you will open that ‘moment,’ which unfolds as a story told full-screen on a phone in a selection of tweets that have been arranged by a team of editors working for Twitter.
Though it is currently only available to users in the United States, the feature will eventually be rolled out to international users in the future.