All media is social because human beings are social. The only difference is that it happens much, much, much faster now. We’ve sped up the refresh rate in our mediated conversations so much that the previous version looks like it’s not moving at all.
I’ve spent the last few years talking to magazine publishers, editors, and bookstore owners about the future of print in our digital age. And at some point in almost every conversation, the person I’m talking to uses the word “serendipity” when singing print’s praises.
The implication in these conversations is that digital media somehow cannot create these happy accidental discoveries. But that’s just crazy talk.
Newsweek is for sale. While sad, it’s also an amazing opportunity to reinvent what a newsweekly could be. And it…
So yesterday I had a total nerdgasm imagining what Apple was going to introduce and how it could change the…
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