Monday, January 12, 2009

Muscular Technocracy's Main Man Goes French: "bricollage of comprehensions"

The opening is what news people used to call a "typo".
...I do think is reflects an issue with how we consume news and information on the web - we depend on summaries, aggregations, and pointers, we create our own bricollage of comprehension on the fly. Every so often, we go deep into a source we've decided to trust, often one that is far more conversational (like this site is) than a traditional news outlet. The traditional print hegemony - editors, publishers, executives in the newspaper and magazine business - seem unwilling or unable to respond to this new reality in a way that can save their businesses. But I think they can.

Cassandra spins in grave Shocker!

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