With the launch of new site after new site in 2014, it’s been a fascinating time to watch digital media try to figure itself out. Amid the turmoil of disruption, buffeted by tech companies’ control over information distribution, but aware of new fields of possibility, the past few years were filled with defending legacy brands.
Redzepi presents cooking at Noma as a process of continual innovation and collaboration. Actually, it’s sort of intoxicating to imagine working there—the thought of showing up every day to think about the weather and the seasons, looking for inspiration in the crates of forest mushrooms and live shrimp gathered that morning by bearded fishermen. — See more at: http://thepointmag.com/2014/criticism/noma#sthash.BhKkavxB.dpuf
“Hey, you know…” A pause while Rick searched for the words. “You know, fuckin’… Steven Tyler and Mary Tyler Moore are brother and sister.”
The song played uninterrupted while those words hovered in the air. Five seconds, six seconds, seven seconds. Then four dudes erupted.
“Bull fucking shit.”
Marking pages for future reading predates browsers and the web. In fact, the practice is much older even than printed books. This post introduces various ways in which monks and other medieval readers kept track of the page at which they had stopped reading – and from which they planned to continue in the near future.
Researchers found that people undergo a kind of “digital amnesia” when reviewing past posts, believing their own events as they’ve been written on social media sites. They forget what may have transpired, and there also begins a disconnect between what they’re reading and who they know themselves to be.