The New Yorker quietly adds just a smidgen of Gothic to a technology essay:
The primary interface element of Now is what Google calls “cards,” which are modelled after real cards. They present a clean, trim canvas for information—one recalls the discussion of tasteful business-card design in the film “American Psycho.”
"One recalls?" Depends on the "one" in question, but Infocult always remembers. "That's bone."
Here's the scene, as a refresher: