We continue to see the revolution of media as the Internet defines it. Howard Fineman goes to the Huffington Post. A website barely a few years old does a 50/50 merger with a media icon like Newsweek. Newspapers are becoming a thing of the past. The Post Office is closing offices across America (including mine) because fewer people are reading print media. Political novices such as ourselve can actually run a decent blog. I’m left to wonder how this will all shake out. And it’s not just the media, it’s everything. When was the last time you used a travel agent to buy a plane ticket? When did you last look at the classifieds to find a used car? How many of us have found dates the old fashioned way? How many of us still buy CDs? Blockbuster is gone. We live in really interesting times.
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