Children's books supplement my salary. News and information pays my bills. So when my boss shared with me this little, well not so little 8-minute flash movie, it kinda scared me. Course, the spooky music didn't help.
Robin Sloan and Matt Thompson, who wrote the film while working at the Poynter Institute offer an intriguing, almost frightening perspective of the future history of the media entitled 2014 Museum of Media History. And according to these folks, us bloggers are early contributors to the demise of the press and information as we know it today. Check it out. If anything, you'll find yourself pondering the possibilities they offer.
iMEDIA CONNECTION discusses the theroy this film offers.
Better get back to my children's book because according to these folks, the future sure ain't at the newspaper. But who ever said mine was anyway.