What's left behind at each turn isn't less, but more: the stories we tell on the stage today are there not because they must be, but because they're better suited to the stage than they are to any other platform we know about. This is wonderful for all concerned – the audience numbers might be smaller, but the form is much, much better.He explains well how we're in a stage of broadcasting evolution where the tools are becoming refined for specific use cases. This is why I hate all those "E-mail is Dead" proclamations. It's not dead, it's use is being optimized.
Reports of blogging's death have been greatly exaggerated | Cory Doctorow | Technology | guardian.co.uk: