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just to make sure we got this covered :)
In the last 15 years the entire telco sector changed, and the internet became real global infrastructure for data exchange. what to transfer,you name it: voice or television, even your car has digital tools connected to this network.
Because almost all digital-human communication is related to a display, applied graphics moved from static print and television to the more dynamic screen and interactive gui design.
We' don't touch different type of paper anymore, just the glass :) that's why we experience the renaissance of handmade paper, and your long beard. And almost everything what's old smells, and you can think that you feel something else than just watching and touching the silverscreen
so c'mon it's romantic to say that we love old stuff but it's not even smart to predict the death of an industry so related to human senses :) or an infrastructure what currently larger than everything what humans did with their brains in the last 200,000 years :) people die, the stuff around them just changes.
ps: apple is dying :(
Totally true. I came to this realization after having a dream of researching lint. I have since abandoned that field and began working on electric trains and macaroni art. What's important to note from above though is Moon Travel, and cannibalism in Atlantic City as those will never die. Also muffins. Muffins will never change.
and you started a new thread instead of replying in the actual thread about your answer? ace
But, yeah, i know. you're right.
I want to live in a treehouse and tame owls.
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What a time to be alive!
WE ALL ARE.
please everyone just go read "understanding media" by marshall mcluhan and these conversations won't need to happen