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What's a podcast...?Some stuff here:http://www.boi...

2007-06-20T10:56:00.000-07:00

What's a podcast...?

Some stuff here:

http://www.boingboing.net/2007/06/20/rule_the_web_show_da.html

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Word verification: wpqbzl

wpqbzl?!

...man, is that hard on somebody with dyslexia.



Billy Pearl and Ken Levine produced a documentary ...

2007-06-19T12:10:00.000-07:00

Billy Pearl and Ken Levine produced a documentary in the early 70's about top 40 radio. They described one format as being a, "synthesis of MacLuhan and Pavlov". Brilliant.

The medium is the message and you hit them with the message just as many times as you possibly can.

Today I think we're coming back to public speech as the medium - amplified by technology and colored by style.



In printed material, there are significant and sel...

2007-06-19T09:50:00.000-07:00

In printed material, there are significant and self-evident differences among ...say, graffiti, stickie-notes, index-cards, and books.

With the advent of hyperlinking, technology allowed them all to point at each other... and now even if they are different media. Some to sell (see Aqua Teen Hunger Force lightbrights and Boston), some to elucidate (see Talking Points Memo), some to rouse the rabble (Michelle Malkin).

In many comment strings, folks point off to internet video, sound, and other obscure sources--and for a guy like me (whose mind wanders relentlessly) it's great!

In business, choose any two: good, fast, cheap.

In politics, choose any two: honesty, support, intelligence

In media, what are our choices? And how are they limited?