Friday, April 15, 2005
Tuesday, April 12, 2005
If you're "incumbenet media", this has gotta hurt...
"...Turow said he now sees little difference between television and the Internet. Nor do his students at Penn. They watch ''The O.C.'' wherever and whenever -- on their laptops, at home on TiVo and by swapping the show (perhaps illegally) through a Web-based file-sharing program called BitTorrent. The coming generation is accustomed to the idea of watching or listening to anything on any device that's nearby, Turow said. In the meantime, his generation (he's in his 50's) ''still thinks of media in these compartmentalized ways.''..."
Link via The Long Tail and the NYTimes.
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
A great audio interview with Brad Bird, writer/director of "The Incredibles" and "Iron Giant". He's a true visionary in the world of animation.. and he's also the voice of "Edna" the fashion designer who makes super hero costumes.
Link to "Fresh Air" at NPR.
An event hosted by Wired, at the New York Public Library.
This should be an interesting one... think it's going to webcast live and hopefully made available as a archive.
Look for a link after the jump.
Link via LessigBlog.
Link to review of the event via Unmediated.
Saturday, April 02, 2005
Media guru Merrill Brown and the Carnegie Corporation have just released a must-read report about the future of the news business. "In short, the future of the U.S. news industry is seriously threatened by the seemingly irrevocable move by young people away from traditional sources of news," writes Brown.
Link via Lost Remote.