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Awesome interactive art piece from the cinematography to the typography. Beautiful.

(via Brain Pickings. My most delightful find this #FollowFriday.)


Modern day digital art. The innovation of new media artists blows me away.
(via Giant Bird Takes Over Twitter Following List [PIC & VIDEO])

Modern day digital art. The innovation of new media artists blows me away.

(via Giant Bird Takes Over Twitter Following List [PIC & VIDEO])


Beautiful picture. Beautiful blouse.
(via African Digital Art’s Weekly Inspiration)

Beautiful picture. Beautiful blouse.

(via African Digital Art’s Weekly Inspiration)


A generation is now coming of age that is used to being — and demands to be — in control of their content. They want it on-demand — not necessarily in the hands of the “broadcaster” or content provider. When they want to read something, they expect to click and see text. When they want to hear something, they expect to touch and get audio. When they want to see something, we have trained them to click and get video. If “radio” (whatever that becomes in the future) can’t do all three of these things, it has no future in the digital world.

Radio Needs Video (via feedly) (via chartreuse)

This is so true. So how do you innovate in this new media marketplace with this new media consumer? BlackTree TV is quietly grabbing market share and attention by doing just that - being everywhere the consumer is.


For digital technology not only killed the speculative economy, but stands ready to build us a real one.

How the Tech Boom Terminated California’s Economy | Fast Company

Interesting read. While I don’t agree with most of it, this quote really hits the nail on the head.


Create or Die: Content is the new commodity… Whether it is YouTube videos, ebooks, blog posts, tweets or a string of successful startups, your reputation and your worth are judged by what you have created.

I admit it, I’m a Digital Immigrant. I remember rotary phones, antenna TVs, and VCRs. My kids. Digital Natives. COMPLETELY. I asked them to get me the house phone and they looked at me crazy. “You mean your iPhone?”, they said. HA!

Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Digital Natives | BlawgIT


Web 2.0 is dead, long live Web 3.0 …[even as] the Web 2.0 leaders still haven’t figured out a revenue model…


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