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Wednesday, 21 January 2009


julian smith

well said. you're still getting in a muddle over apostrophes for its though aren't you?


Agree with much of this Chris, but I think it is disingenuous to use iTunes not killing CDs etc as an analogy for social media/broadcasting futures. iTunes HASN'T killed CDs YET, but the CD market is in a state of decline management. Look 10 years further back and DVDs have killed VHS. CDs killed tapes. Social media won't kill the broadcast model, but the technology that enables media to become social will also enable something much better than broadcast. Our challenge is to remain relevant in whatever landscape that is

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  • from scarcity to abundance; more stuff in more places; and rapidly evolving media business and consumption patterns. how much fun is this?

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