Cool quote from Ken Burns on how his documentry ends.

The journalist and the critic are going to be the better judge of the present and near past. So, we need to stop. It always causes endless grief because whether it’s baseball or jazz or country music, you’re always stopping 20 or 25 years away from the present. For many people, their relationship to it is just that present moment. Finding the moment of Garth Brooks’ extraordinary success in the ‘90s was a way to say, "We can put a cork in this bottle here."

We are covered in the scars of what was left out.

I will be watching.