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Living in different worlds
How much abstraction is right in this world, and is it helpful or unhelpful to have prior mental models (‘memory cards are like film’) to apply?
toteach  design  prediction 
january 2016 by tysone
The Website Obesity Crisis
If present trends continue, there is the real chance that articles warning about page bloat could exceed 5 megabytes in size by 2020. ... The problem with picking any particular size as a threshold is that it encourages us to define deviancy down. Today’s egregiously bloated site becomes tomorrow’s typical page, and next year’s elegantly slim design.
advertising  prediction  design 
january 2016 by tysone
16 mobile theses — Benedict Evans
We’re now coming up to 9 years since the launch of the iPhone kicked off the smartphone revolution, and some of the first phases are over - Apple and Google both won the platform war, mostly, Facebook made the transition, mostly, and it’s now perfectly clear that mobile is the future of technology and of the internet. But within that, there's a huge range of different themes and issues, many of which are still pretty unsettled. 
prediction  mobile  future 
december 2015 by tysone
Mobile, ecosystems and the death of PCs — Benedict Evans
So, a simple answer to a complex question - when we say 'mobile' we don't mean mobile just as when we said 'PCs' we didn't mean personal. This isn't about the screen size or keyboard or location or use. Rather, the ecosystem of ARM, iOS and Android, with 10x the scale of Wintel, will become the new centre of gravity throughout computing. It will take over things like IoT and wearables in one direction and, in due course, the data centre in the other, and it will push onto the desktop. The smartphone is the new sun. 
mobile  trends  prediction 
november 2015 by tysone
Is The Washington Post closing in on the Times? | Capital New York
Or it could be that Jeff Bezos buys into the same growth-at-all-costs belief as Buzzfeed, Vox and Vice. Just as the Times has paid more attention to those companies than to the Post, maybe the Post watches them more closely than it watches the Times. That, too, would make a lot of sense. They share the build-it-and they-will-come attitude that Amazon literally wrote the book on.
nytimes  washingtonpost  prediction 
august 2015 by tysone
The Future of the News Business: A Monumental Twitter Stream All in One Place | Andreessen Horowitz
I am more bullish about the future of the news industry over the next 20 years than almost anyone I know. You are going to see it grow 10X to 100X from where it is today. That is my starting point for any discussion about the future of journalism. Here’s why I believe it, and how we will get there.
journalism  news  prediction 
september 2014 by tysone
The Newspaper of Tomorrow: 11 Predictions from Yesteryear
Visions of what newspapers might look like in the future have been varied throughout the 20th century. Sometimes they’ve taken the form of a piece of paper that you print at home, delivered via satellite or radio waves. Other times it’s a multimedia product that lives on your tablet or TV. Today we’re taking a look at just a few of the newspapers from the futures that never were.
forsnd  newspapers  design  prediction 
march 2013 by tysone
Hoping for a better NYT ombudsman | Felix Salmon
I very much hope that when the NYT appoints his replacement, it won’t plump for yet another curmudgeonly dinosaur. So far, we’ve had a series of 60-something white men with long experience of, and nostalgia for, the glory days of print journalism. It’s time for a change: it’s time for someone younger, who appreciates that the overwhelming majority of the NYT’s readers no longer read it in print, who appreciates the power of hyperlinks and social media, who will use the public editor’s blog and Twitter accounts in new and powerful ways, aggregating the vibrant conversation which is always raging about the NYT, rather than treating those tools like a regrettable and newfangled source of extra problems and extra work.
nytimes  prediction  nytcriticism 
june 2012 by tysone
The one chart that should scare the hell out of print media | Poynter.
Venture capitalist Mary Meeker presented her annual analysis of Internet trends Wednesday at the D10 conference, and among the dozens of charts is this one showing the steep imbalance between where people spend their time and where advertisers spend their money:
prediction  news 
may 2012 by tysone
The Facebook Fallacy - Technology Review
You see where this is going. As Facebook gluts an already glutted market, the fallacy of the Web as a profitable ad medium can no longer be overlooked. The crash will come. And Facebook—that putative transformer of worlds, which is, in reality, only an ad-driven site—will fall with everybody else.
facebook  prediction 
may 2012 by tysone
Instagram is "worth" more than the New York Times | Hacker News
A glass of water can be worth more than the New York Times if Zuckerberg is lost in the desert and you happen to have water. It can be worth even more if Larry Page is dying of thirst at the same time and starts a bidding war.
nytimes  prediction  hn 
april 2012 by tysone
Why The New York Times Will Disappear As We Know It By 2015
Why The New York Times is facing an imminent crisis in the next few years.
nytimes  prediction 
april 2012 by tysone
The WaPo Ombudsman's Faulty Paywall Analysis : CJR
Nobody suggests that leaky paywalls are going to bring about a revolution in profitability. The point is to stop or slow the bleeding and to help make the transition to an all-digital future five or ten years down the line—one that includes more than one flimsy revenue stream based on volatile and not-very-lucrative digital ads.

With every passing year, there’s less and less of the Post to save.
nytimes  prediction  washingtonpost 
march 2012 by tysone
A year into the 'Times' digital subscription program, analysts and insiders see surprising success, and more challenges to come | Capital New York
"I think nytimes.com is going to continue to grow as global news continues to grow," he said. "There's still growth to be had on the international side."
nytimes  prediction 
march 2012 by tysone
New New York Times Plan: (Digital) World Domination | Newsonomics
Famously balkanized, with numerous power centers, the company has been both innovative and plodding. That’s an odd combo, but one fitting its prudent-above-all news culture. With one distraction removed (and now we wonder about the Boston Globe, its own pay scheme innovation underway, and how long it will remain a Times Company property), the new CEO aces a tough terrain.
nytimes  prediction  nytco 
december 2011 by tysone
No Copyright Intended - Waxy.org
Remix culture is the new Prohibition, with massive media companies as the lone voices calling for temperance. You can criminalize commonplace activities from law-abiding people, but eventually, something has to give.
copyright  law  prediction  remix 
december 2011 by tysone
A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design
Hands do two things. They are two utterly amazing things, and you rely on them every moment of the day, and most Future Interaction Concepts completely ignore both of them. Hands feel things, and hands manipulate things.
forsnd  design  interaction  touch  prediction  ui  ux 
november 2011 by tysone
Unicorns and wheels: Apple's two types of products
The exciting thing about this second type of product, for investors and consumers alike, is Apple is now expert at capturing their lightning in a bottle. 'Twas not always so...
apple  prediction  tim_cook  stevejobs  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Apple's 1987 Knowledge Navigator, Only One Month Late - Waxy.org
So, 24 years ago, Apple predicted a complex natural-language voice assistant built into a touchscreen Apple device, and was less than a month off.
apple  history  prediction  iphone  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
(2) Clay Johnson's answer to U.S. Politics: What are the most harmful special interests in the US? - Quora
Affirmation and confirmation is a metaphorical cognitive carbohydrate. We seek it out because we're more wired to affirm each other (to keep us in communities, I suspect) than to inform each other. We also seek it out because it feels better than confrontation. <br />
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The result? A new kind of hyper-informed ignorance. We're not ignorant because we've consumed too little information anymore. We're getting ignorant because we've consumed too much of the wrong information.
information  culture  bias  prediction  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
How the New York 'Times' Came Back From the Brink -- New York Magazine
The bottom line for the paywall is more than the bottom line: The Times has taken a do-or-die stand for hard-core, boots-on-the-ground journalism, for earnest civic purpose, for the primacy of content creators over aggregators, and has brought itself back from the precipice. And if that does indeed end up being the case, there’s one unlikely person who deserves most of the credit: Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.
sulzberger  nytimes  nytcriticism  prediction  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
Jill Abramson’s Twitter Account, and a Vision for the New York Times | The Wrap Media
Keller is so laconic that his own wife has commonly disparaged him as a cocktail party killer.<br />
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But Abramson is hardly much more lively. She is best known for playing Rufus Wainwright music in her office and possessing a basso profundo voice so nasal it can grind glass and shred steel. You do not want to see her in a televised showdown against Arianna Huffington or anybody else.
bill_keller  abramson  nytimes  prediction  from delicious
june 2011 by tysone
Jill Abramson's task at the New York Times | Emily Bell | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
It could have been that the ongoing prospect of this wearying task contributed to Keller giving up his chair a couple of years earlier than was strictly necessary. There was no pressure for him to quit – the transition was as smooth as an East Hampton pond on a still day.
nytimes  bill_keller  abramson  prediction  from delicious
june 2011 by tysone
NY Times' Share of Newspaper Traffic Hits 12-Month Low | MediaWorks - Advertising Age
An analyst also said today that the paywall may be working. "Our framework suggests that even if The New York Times loses 20% of its web traffic, it will need to add about 107k subscribers to break even," Citi analyst Leo Kulp said in a note to investors.
nytimes  paywall  prediction  from delicious
may 2011 by tysone
How to beat Apple
Apple also has some weak spots which a canny competitor should be able to exploit to make compelling products that Apple won't be able to duplicate or directly compete with.
apple  prediction  facebook  from delicious
april 2011 by tysone
Google News founder Krishna Bharat
“When journalists think they’re producing content, pure and simple, they’re wrong,” Bharat said — in the same way that a Starbucks barista thinking she simply produces coffee is wrong. “You think you’re there for coffee, but you’re really there for the full experience” — the music, the collegiality, the reading space, the aroma, the brand. You pay for coffee, sure; but “the whole experience is what counts.”
news  google  prediction  journalism  forsnd  from delicious
april 2011 by tysone
Happy New York Times Pay Wall Day, From Bill Keller -- Daily Intel
I hope the Times pay wall succeeds. But if it does, it will be because of Bill Keller the editor, and in spite of Bill Keller the columnist.
nytimes  nytcriticism  prediction  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
A Note to Our Readers on the Times Pay Model and the Economics of Reporting - NYTimes.com
The Times is trying a different approach now, a metered model, and if you have both an appreciation for the paper and the means to pay, it’s something to consider. (My compensation is not tied to subscriptions in any way, so it won’t mean any more hamburgers.) If not, you might want to subscribe to our Twitter account.
prediction  538  nytimes  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
The New York Times subscription plan doesn’t protect print, it promotes the mobile Web | Poynter.
If we see the Times roll out such a tablet site in the next few months, that is all the proof I would need that the company is targeting Apple, not protecting print.
nytimes  prediction  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
AOL’s Brewing Conflict: Brand Versus Journalism | BNET
his illuminates the ongoing conflict between business-as-journalism and journalism-as-business. If Armstrong can’t find a way to embrace and accommodate both views in an organic and natural way, he will fail in what he wants to accomplish.
aol  prediction  tim_armstrong  huffingtonpost  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
Digital Subscription Prices Visualized (aka The New York Times Is Delusional)
Here’s what The Times doesn’t seem to get: sooner or later readers are going to cancel their print subscriptions and go digital. The Times’ pricing scheme is only going to encourage them to go with someone else’s digital. 
prediction  nytimes  nytcriticism  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
Daring Fireball: A Rule of Thumb: Pricing Should Be Simple
I don’t know that a simpler, lower-priced digital subscription plan would work for The Times, but I feel strongly that it would be more likely to work than what they’ve announced. I have a bad feeling about this.
prediction  nytimes  nytcriticism  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
“Please stop calling it a wall”: First thoughts on the Times’ pay plan » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
Here are reactions from Steven Brill, Steve Buttry, David Cohn, Anil Dash, Jason Fry, Dan Kennedy, Martin Langeveld, Megan McCarthy, Geneva Overholser, Jonathan Stray, and Amy Webb.
nytimes  nytcriticism  prediction  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
Subtraction.com: What the NYT Pay Wall Really Costs
Just think what else could have been done with the time and resources that the company devoted to the pay wall: entirely new news products could have been developed, products that could engage a wholly different kind of audience and expand the company’s reach by several orders of magnitude
khoi_vinh  nytimes  nytcriticism  prediction  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
The Newsonomics of The New York Times’ pay fence » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
I’ve identified seven tests of the Times’ new pay fence. (I call it a fence because it is climbable and purposely porous, so “paywall” doesn’t apply well.) Even if it passes all seven tests, that doesn’t mean it’s ready for a graduation celebration.
nytimes  prediction  nytcriticism  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
New York Times paywall: wishful thinking or just crazy? - Boing Boing
I'm all for finding a business-model for investigative journalism -- and yes, I know how silly it is to talk about journalistic skepticism in the same breath as the NYT, who can't even bring themselves to call torture "torture", though to be fair, it's a big paper that covers itself with both glory and shame -- but for such a business model to work, it has to be viable. A tautology as simple as that should be self-evident even to the most terrified media executive.
prediction  nytimes  nytcriticism  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
It's Apple's 'post-PC' world -- we're all just living in it
There is no Mac vs. PC here -- only "the future" versus "the past." It won’t be a debate about displays, memory, wireless options — it will be a debate about the quality of the experience. Apple is not just eschewing the spec conversation in favor of a different conversation — it’s rendering those former conversations useless.
ipad  apple  forsnd  prediction  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
It'll Never Work!
This started out as a list of negative and pessimistic comments about new ideas, but, to provide some balance, I've begun to add a few overly enthusiastic and optimistic comments.
prediction  lists  history  brilliant  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
Daring Fireball: Dirty Percent
It’s not that Apple is opposed to middlemen — it’s that Apple wants to be the middleman. It’s difficult to expect them to be sympathetic to the plights of other middlemen.
apple  prediction  iphone  ipad  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
The False Binary
Our future does not rest on the tools we hand down, but in the desire for expression we instill in others. You can hand me a pen and teach me to express my love of writing through letters and sonnets and stories. Or you can show me the joy of existence, and words will be but the beginning of all I create.
journalism  prediction  data  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Huffington Post: A journalistic race to the bottom - latimes.com
The fact is that AOL and the Huffington Post simply recapitulate in the new media many of the worst abuses of the old economy's industrial capitalism — the sweatshop, the speedup and piecework; huge profits for the owners; desperation, drudgery and exploitation for the workers. No child labor, yet, but if there were more page views in it…
prediction  aol  huffingtonpost  journalism  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Why the NYT will lose to HuffPo | Analysis & Opinion |
the difference between the two pages is much starker than it needs to be: the NYT page is like walking into a library, while the HuffPo page is like walking through Times Square
nytcriticism  nytimes  prediction  huffingtonpost  design  news_design  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
New York Times Fixes Paywall Glitches to Balance Free vs Paid - Bloomberg
The New York-based company is spending $40 million to $50 million on the project and has said it plans to debut it by March.
nytimes  prediction  bigspender  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
Subtraction.com: iPad Magazines Go to ’11
Time to focus instead on coming up with new and genuinely different solutions to this admittedly vexing and unforgiving problem facing great print publications everywhere. So I say stop it, Condé Nast. Stop it, Hearst. Stop it Adobe. Stop it everyone who’s pursuing this all but discredited strategy.
khoi_vinh  forsnd  magazines  ipad  prediction  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
RSS Is Dying, and You Should Be Very Worried
"The browser RSS button is the worst piece of UI since 2004."
rss  technology  prediction  webdev  ui  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
Forecasting the Mashup of 2011 — The Media Equation - NYTimes.com
Two-year-old Web sites are worth more than 50-year-old magazines, storied newspapers are now owned by their lenders, cable news has been upended by partisan shouters, social media now preoccupies attention that used to be owned by mainstream producers, and that television screen in the family den is just one of the numerous screens people are staring at.
nytimes  david_carr  2011  prediction  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
Abnormal Use: Views of 2011 From 1931
Way back on September 13, 1931, The New York Times, founded in 1851, decided to celebrate its 80th anniversary by asking a few of the day's visionaries about their predictions of 2011 - 80 years in their future. Those assembled were big names for 1931
nytimes  prediction  history  amazing 
december 2010 by tysone
After secrets: Missing the point of WikiLeaks | The Economist
With or without WikiLeaks, the personel, technical know-how, and ideological will exists to enable anonymous leaking and to make this information available to the public. Jailing Thomas Edison in 1890 would not have darkened the night.  
wikileaks  prediction  data  journalism 
december 2010 by tysone
The Great Murdoch iPad Debate | The New York Observer
WHAT'S BEHIND THE schizophrenic anticipation for News Corp.'s iPad-only newspaper, the Daily? Why is half the city rooting for its demise, and the other half greeting its arrival like the second coming?
murdoch  thedaily  prediction  ipad 
december 2010 by tysone
Why the iPad Newspaper is Doomed
Rupert Murdoch is putting $30 million and 100 journalists behind an iPad newspaper called "The Daily." He even has support from Apple CEO Steve Jobs. But no one really believes this thing will last. Here's why.
murdoch  prediction  newscorp  ipad  journalism 
november 2010 by tysone
Press: New Paths to Buried Treasure - TIME
1986: "The power of this thing is unbelievable," says Journal- Bulletin Reporter Elliot Jaspin. "Newspapers are either going to start doing what we do, or they're going to be bypassed and out of date."
journalism  history  car  data  prediction 
november 2010 by tysone
Daring Fireball: News Corp's Upcoming iPad App 'The Daily' to Pioneer New Recurring Subscription Billing
Granted, Murdoch is the guy who bought MySpace for over $500 million, so his digital instincts are far from infallible, but at the very least it’s an interesting initiative
newspapers  murdoch  ipad  apple  prediction 
november 2010 by tysone
'Burbs or bust: The AJC has left Atlanta
"The past three years have been a schizophrenic and often depressing ride for Atlanta's daily paper."
forsnd  atlanta  newspapers  prediction 
november 2010 by tysone
News Corp. iPad Venture Fishing In Wrong Pond | paidContent
Frere-Jones is a top-notch writer; there’s no argument there. But just what he and several other recent hires bring to the table—er, tablet—is questionable.
newscorp  ipad  prediction  media  murdoch 
november 2010 by tysone
Scocca : New York Times Editor Bill Keller Thinks He Is a Magnificent Rhinoceros
At any rate, the executive editor sees the Times striding tall across the grassy savanna of 21st-century media, imposing yet nimble, even as other megafauna dwindle toward extinction:
nytimes  nytcriticism  prediction  bill_keller 
november 2010 by tysone
The Times’ Paywall and Newsletter Economics
Clay Shirky writes, 'One way to escape a commodity market is to offer something that isn’t a commodity. This has been the preferred advice of people committed to the re-invention of newspapers. It is a truism bordering on drinking game material that anyone advising newspapers will at some point say “All you need to do is offer a product so relevant and valuable the consumer is willing to pay for it!” This advice is well-meaning. It’s just not much help.'
clay_shirky  economics  paywall  newspapers  prediction 
november 2010 by tysone
Jeff Rock - Down the Memory Hole
Like the Ministry of Truth, it appears that Apple is deliberately attempting to usurp the meaning of the word Flash in the computing industry and redefine it. They’re tired of the word standing for an inefficient browser plugin. They’ve begun leaving Flash out of stock Mac OS X installs. They’re dodging its implied meaning in calls and pushing what they want it to refer to. Fast, efficient storage.

Down the memory hole, indeed.
prediction  apple  flash  language 
october 2010 by tysone
What marriage counseling can teach liberals and conservatives. - By Shankar Vedantam - Slate Magazine
The right is convinced that the left is evil. The left is convinced that the right is retarded.
politics  prediction  culture 
october 2010 by tysone
New website focuses on your neighborhood - Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 | 2 a.m. - Las Vegas Sun
The next frontier on the Internet will be about a sense of place — it will find ways of being useful to people in their neighborhoods or wherever they may be at any particular moment.
hyperlocal  lasvegassun  rob_curley  prediction 
october 2010 by tysone
Joe Zeff: A Paper to Pixels Postscript
Illustrator/art director/smart guy Joe Zeff was one of the panelists on the recent SPD Paper to Pixels v2 iPad speaker evening. He passed along the following note he wrote in response to an email from a photo editor who attended the panel discussion
forsnd  ipad  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
What happens when it's all glass? - (37signals)
I wonder if Apple will soon lose their perceived industrial design edge. It’s not that they aren’t incredibly good at it — they are the best in the business — it’s that industrial design is trending towards transparency. It’s all going glass. Everything is turning into a screen, from edge to edge. Once it’s all about glass, it’s all about software.
apple  prediction  technology  software  hardware 
september 2010 by tysone
The U.K. phone-hacking scandal is Rupert Murdoch's Watergate. - By Jack Shafer - Slate Magazine
In my journalistic weather report, I predict reversals and recognition, ingenious plot twists, Murdoch executives falling on their swords, rats singing, and maybe a scene or two out of King Lear. It won't happen overnight. After all, Watergate took two years to unfurl. Stock up on popcorn and Coke and watch the show unspool.
wsj  murdoch  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
Weekend update: The Wall Street Journal remakes its Saturday edition. - By Jack Shafer - Slate Magazine
WSJ Weekend marks, with the recent addition of a New York section in the New York edition, yet another foray in Murdoch's declared war on the New York Times. But even he must see that it's not the equal of the Sunday Times, and that taken together with the other five days of the Journal it doesn't equal a weekly subscription to the Times. But would Barney Kilgore approve of this extension of his paper? I think so.
nytimes  wsj  murdoch  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
The Most Powerful People in New York - Is New York 'Times' Managing Editor Jill Abramson Bill Keller's Heiress? -- New York Magazine
In many respects, she’s more alpha than Keller, with a confidence that makes some Times people still smarting from the Raines era a little nervous. ... “Long before she got run over by the truck, people knew she had a lot of strength,” Keller says.
nytimes  abramson  prediction  journalism 
september 2010 by tysone
Wrong battlefield « BuzzMachine
The New York Times has roughly two and a half times more readers than the Journal. That translates to two and a half times more influence, two and a half times more relationships, a two-and-a-half-time bigger brand.
nytimes  wsj  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
A Rocket's Trajectory : CJR
For now, the Post’s talented staff must insist that Brauchli and Weymouth do not neglect the core journalistic mission of the Post, a mission that, in the Watergate era, inspired bumper stickers that declared: THANK GOD FOR THE WASHINGTON POST. Unless Brauchli and Weymouth want to be remembered as cost-cutters and bureaucrats, they had better find a way to recapture some of the flair and magic of the old Post as they build a new one.
washingtonpost  journalism  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
Arthur Sulzberger on charging online: to succeed, we need to take risks - Editors Weblog
Asked about his response to the suggestion that the NYT might print its last edition in 2015, Sulzberger said he saw no point in making such predictions and said all he could say was that "we will stop printing the New York Times sometime in the future, date TBD."
nytimes  sulzberger  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
What Did Rupert Murdoch (and Son James) Know, and When Did They Know It?
The Times is striking back—though a little oddly (the Times can be brutal, but it likes to pretend it is much less brutal than it can be).
murdoch  wsj  nytimes  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
Daring Fireball: Creep Executive Officer
More and more, I get the feeling that if there’s a rift between the old “Don’t be evil” Google and the new “Let’s do whatever we want” Google, that it’s a rift between Schmidt and Larry/Sergey — if not personally, then at least culturally within the company.
google  prediction  privacy 
august 2010 by tysone
The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet | Magazine
Two decades after its birth, the World Wide Web is in decline, as simpler, sleeker services — think apps — are less about the searching and more about the getting. Chris Anderson explains how this new paradigm reflects the inevitable course of capitalism. And Michael Wolff explains why the new breed of media titan is forsaking the Web for more promising (and profitable) pastures.
web  prediction  internet  history 
august 2010 by tysone
shut up about gutenberg already - library ad infinitum
"The form of the book hasn't changed fundamentally in five hundred years," they tell us. It's like saying the form of the wheel hasn't changed fundamentally since the Bronze Age. Which is true enough—until you try putting a wagon wheel on your car.
gutenberg  history  future  prediction  media  technology 
august 2010 by tysone
The present future
That all seems like the present and past, not the future, no? "Web 2.0" arrived a year or two ago at least and we're still talking about it like it's just around the corner. What else is out there? Anything?
prediction  kottke  technology  web2.0  web 
august 2010 by tysone
Op-Ed Columnist - America Goes Dark - NYTimes.com
So the end result of the long campaign against government is that we’ve taken a disastrously wrong turn. America is now on the unlit, unpaved road to nowhere.
krugman  nytimes  nytopinion  prediction  economy 
august 2010 by tysone
Times loses almost 90% of online readership | Media | guardian.co.uk
Less than three weeks after the Times paywall went up, data shows a massive decline in web traffic
paywall  bizmodel  guardian  newspapers  prediction 
july 2010 by tysone
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