Monthly Archives: April 2010

Shirky on the Inevitable Decline of Old Media

Yet another fantastic post from Clay Shirky about the decline of old media: About 15 years ago, the supply part of media‚Äôs supply-and-demand curve went parabolic, with a predictably inverse effect on price. Since then, a battalion of media elites … Continue reading

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The Bottom-Up Revolution in Photography

The New York Times has an article on how digital cameras and the Internet are transforming the photography business. The striking thing about the article is that it focuses almost entirely on the losers—incumbent professional photographers who are seeing increased … Continue reading

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