Googlezon: A possible vision of the future?

A guy I’ve connected with via my blog, Christian Long at Designshare, thought enough of our interactions to connect me up with a guy in the UK with whom I just talked for an hour.

DK at Mediasnackers runs a youth-centric new media group in Wales, UK. He and I covered dozens of subjects from podcasting, vodcasting, youth, participation, user generated media, creativity and too much more to list. It was a fabulous connection I’m convinced will only grow over time.

DK asked if I’d seen the “Epic…vision of the future” video. Nope…I hadn’t so he Skype-IM’ed me the link and I just watched it. I’d recommend you do too if you’re in the least bit interested in *one* possible scenario of a world rushing toward personalization of content, information, narrowcasting, every-blogger-as-editor and the feasibility of giving us what we might want vs. what we need.

It’s a bit bleak but worth a peek and is here.

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  1. DK on February 2, 2007 at 3:41 am

    Great to connect with you as well Steve – thought you’d like Epic 🙂

    Looking forward to continuing our conversations…

    DK



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