Saturday, September 18, 2004

Big media...little media...whatever...

Jeff Jarvis points out that the internet is now inextricably linked with the rest of media. There was a time when the alphabet networks were considered brewed coffee and anyone else was just "instant". No longer. Weblogs have become an important part of the flavor profile and anyone who isn't sipping the new brew probably can't figure out why cappacino drinkers no longer want to settle for generic coffee.

"I say we're citizens' media. They're big media. "

Staying informed ain't what it used to be. That's for sure.

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