Will Brand Publicly Agrees With Me

Will has changed his mind about whether the mix is more important than the motion in the strange saga of animated GIFs as artistic expression. He now agrees that "The Art Happens Here" graphic from 1997 (indicating the network space among computers as the locus for "the art") has dated badly and probably shouldn't be used to symbolize the rather more sophisticated things people are doing with GIFs these days (and no, we're not talking about cinemagraphs).

Oh, whoops, I don't think he said any of that--so why is he saying I'm publicly agreeing with him?