limited access has been a restriction of technology.
Growing up with only 3 stations on TV, its not hard to imagine how it came to be that it
would be expensive to deal with.
Now that technology has bloomed, media can bloom.
--- In email@example.com, Michael Meiser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > On Aug 8, 2005, at 2:09 PM, Clint Sharp wrote:
> > Well, I'd just like to add that I hate the MSM (I don't type out the
> > full name anymore, lest you know who see what I'm saying).
> > Understandably, I'm still upset with them for stealing my candy as a
> > child, stunting my growth, forcing me to like meat, and killing my
> > mother. Very soon I will have amassed the power necessary to overthrow
> > the establishment. Very soon, I will have be having a very large
> > concert. When 100,000 souls think as one, the power is undeniable!
> > The
> > day of reckoning is nigh!
> You go harry! Get that nasty he who must not be named.
> LOL! :P
> In all honesty though I agree, there's a lot of anti-MSM angst out
> there. 50+ years of eating B.S. and then ads, well 30 in my case. I
> sometimes get a little annoyed at the whole complaining thing but the
> hell with it. Let's continue to dislike and hate MSM for all it's
> worth. I'm not letting them off easy for a lifetime of pushing B.S. in
> my face. I'm going to hold my grudge for as long as it takes, which is
> until I can live my life free to think clear thoughts, flip on the
> computer and watch news and entertainement that interests me with a
> single click without all the B.S. A world beyond ads and devoid of
> homogenized and centralized programming. A world where media is
> dominated by smart decentralized programing and content (read
> completely peer-based content and channels). NO MERCY!
> BTW, On a side note I've been checking out Odeo. What really blows my
> socks off about it (and how indirectly relates to this), is that in
> addition to the single-click subscription mechanism they have a single
> click "queuing" mechanism which I'm really in love with. It's another
> step in increased efficiency.
> TO look at it from the bigger picture you add the queueing, to the
> tagging, to the play anytime and anywhere and what we're really seeing
> is more systems for inter-mediation going into the pipe as well as
> coming out of the pipe. All these systems like delicious, flickr,
> mefeedia, are all teaching us something about being able to better
> "bubble up" content.
> BTW, As far as I can see Odeo will work perfectly with video blogs and
> ANT. It uses a single RSS feed and pipes all the content in the queue
> and all your subscriptions through one feed, so it's completely
> aggregator independent. That said, it's still very much in beta. Most
> obviously, it only seems to pick up about 1 in every 8 of my video
> Michael Meiser
> http://mmeiser.com/blog - fun stuff
> http://mmeiser.com/backchannel - serious lunacy stuff
> On Aug 8, 2005, at 2:09 PM, Clint Sharp wrote:
> Well, I'd just like to add that I hate the MSM (I don't type out the
> full name anymore, lest you know who see what I'm saying).
> Understandably, I'm still upset with them for stealing my candy as a
> child, stunting my growth, forcing me to like meat, and killing my
> mother. Very soon I will have amassed the power necessary to overthrow
> the establishment. Very soon, I will have be having a very large
> concert. When 100,000 souls think as one, the power is undeniable! The
> day of reckoning is nigh!
> Clint Sharp
> New Media Guy & Technologist
> ClintSharp.com Contact Info: http://clintsharp.com/contact/
> We are the media.
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