Christopher Schroeder breaks the media world’s tipping point into four immutable truths:
- The first, over-arching and undeniable truth, from which all else follows, is that the individual matters most.
- A second truth, which compounds the first, is that there are still 24 hours in the day.
- A third truth is that the Internet is
playing out fundamentally as a communication and transaction medium,
and less of a narrative one.
- The fourth truth is that broadband (whether wired or eventually wireless) and expansive memory compounds the other three.
Yeah. Sounds like a good argument for The Daily You.
And a runner-up: Brian Lambert on the general state of turmoil.