the future of informational media

Got this link in an email from Dean Landsman — a future EPIC not to be missed.
It’s 2014, and Google and Microsoft have figured out how to be in charge of all the informational media available to us. They pay bloggers to be a part of their networks. Our news comes to us based on our topic preferences. The NY Times et al are defunct.
How does that happen? How does it work? Watch the short piece here.
It’s what we wanted. Isn’t it?

1 thought on “the future of informational media

  1. I LOVED this piece. I wish there was an email link so I could let the creator know. It’s provocative and thoughtful and in the best sci-fi tradtion (not that it’s sci-fi — futurist?) it dupes you and teaches you a lesson.
    Not to be missed.

Leave a Reply