Tuesday, July 7, 2009

The Web is (always already) Changing (again)

The NY Times recently published an article entitled,
"Rise of Web Video, Beyond 2-Minute Clips"
you should check it out here.

The "web" as new media is in a constant (non)state of dynamistic flux.

To say, "this is how the web works," or "thi sis how communication takes place online," is a guarantee of obsolescence.

Here's a notably quote from the article: “A few years ago, three minutes ‘watching’ your computer felt like a novelty; now, it’s as familiar as your television set.”

Perhaps more than old media, new media as compositional space is chimeric and chameleonesque - never allowing haunches ot be rested upon!

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