Yet another example for why we don’t need…

Yet anoth­er exam­ple for why we don’t need clas­sic #TV any­more: This hilar­i­ous video is tak­en from a Ger­man TV show. Up until a few years, I would have had to watch the whole 2 hours of that show, filled with mean­ing­less crap. Now I just get the ‘best of’ at YouTube (or Vimdeo, or …).

I just won­der what #busi­ness­mod­el TV broad­cast­ers will hang on to in 10 years time? #future

EPIC 2014

At Our­me­dia, the all new “Media Blog­ging Sys­tem”, that allows to blog and store all kinds of media, I found this nice “vision of the hyper-con­verged future of media”. The short-movie visions a not-too-far future where an online-war between Microsoft and Google caused too much col­lat­er­al dam­age: Clas­sic news-papers and press have almost van­ished and giv­en space for auto­mat­i­cal­ly com­put­er-cre­at­ed yel­low-press online-“information”.