dec 26


While writing my Predictions for 2007 in Media/Tech/Pop post, a small little idea crept in: we tend to think of websites on a scale similar to that of tv networks -- large, permanent, liquid. But what if a better comparison were sitcoms -- small, ephemeral, risky. Due to media hype, MySpace is perceived on a scale next to Fox (as AOL was to Timer-Warner), but maybe it should be considered more like Lost (which turns Yahoo into The Simpson's). And before this freaks you out, think about how we might use this to our advantage.


What's this "we" shit, white man?

posted by Liu Bei at 3:13 AM on December 27, 2006

Liú Bèi, is that you?

posted by Rex at 3:16 AM on December 27, 2006

this could not be more true

posted by locke at 12:28 PM on December 28, 2006

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