Welcome to the Post-Text Future - The New York Times


38 bookmarks. First posted by odelano february 2018.


I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it.
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Farhard Manjoo.
NYTimes. February 9, 2018
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february 2018 by disegno
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion.

We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it. If you probe those currents and look ahead to the coming year online, one truth becomes clear. The defining narrative of our online moment concerns the decline of text, and the exploding reach and power of audio and video.
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february 2018 by reginajmc
electracy without uttering the word
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february 2018 by jstenner
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it.
february 2018 by leonbarnard
The internet was born in text. Now, video and audio are ascendant, writing is being left behind, and everything will be different.
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february 2018 by zachwise
Farhard Manjoo.
NYTimes. February 9, 2018
the.internet 
february 2018 by asfaltics
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it. via Pocket
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february 2018 by booyaa
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february 2018 by ThomNagy
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it. via Pocket
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february 2018 by hansdorsch
RT atmostbeautiful : 포스트-텍스트 퓨처. 온라인에서 텍스트는 점점 음성과 영상에 밀려나고 있다. 디지털 혁신과 함께 가속. 막을 수 없다. 기계가 눈과 귀 이어 지능까지 장착하면서 필요한 정보 찾고 읽고 가공해서 보여준다. 산업은 물론 우리의 세계 이해도 사고도 정치도. 감정의 우위로 http://bit.ly/2BQQIlx February 10, 2018 at 07:51AM http://twitter.com/atmostbeautiful/status/962096744451399681
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february 2018 by seoulrain
Welcome to the Post-Text Future via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2shEMVL
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february 2018 by craniac
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it.
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february 2018 by Goldmanjordan
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it. via Pocket
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february 2018 by michaelkpate
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it. via Pocket
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february 2018 by jburkunk
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it. via Pocket
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february 2018 by cthorpe
The future is un-Instapaper-able deep links.
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february 2018 by linkmachinego
Welcome to the Post-Text Future
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february 2018 by Nomad93
<<About 70 million Americans regularly listen to podcasts, according to Edison Media Research. People who listen weekly tend to spend five hours a week on them. In 2017, YouTube reported that people watched a billion hours on that service every day. On average, young Americans spend two hours a day watching video online. Instagram lifted Snapchat’s video diary feature, Stories, to great success; more than 800 million people use Instagram, for more than 30 minutes a day on average. A tsunami of money is flowing to audio and video. Netflix unveiled a plan to spend $8 billion on original content in one year, while Apple plans to shell out $1 billion.>>
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february 2018 by jikatu
lazily scrolled through this and looked at the pictures what's the tl;dr
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february 2018 by misc
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february 2018 by TypingPixels
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers…
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february 2018 by becker
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers…
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february 2018 by kohlmannj
I think this take is wrong and here are some words about it! (1/x)
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february 2018 by nowthis
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it. via Pocket
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february 2018 by drewcaldwell
we wrote about the state of the internet today from a bunch of different vantage points fe…
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february 2018 by mathewi
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers…
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february 2018 by mjbrej
I’ll make this short: The thing you’re doing now, reading prose on a screen, is going out of fashion. We’re taking stock of the internet right now, with writers who cover the digital world cataloging some of the most consequential currents shaping it.
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february 2018 by odelano