Digital Information: Everything Is Miscellaneous, summarized in 5:28min
October 18, 2007 | By Peter Bihr |
Embedded above, “Information R/evolution” is a great 5:28 video by Kansas State University’s Michael Wesch. It’s a very neat visualization of how information changes and behaves differently when it’s digital: No way will information ever again be restricted to individual categories, but instead tagged and thereby be connected to different topics, ideas and contexts. The video draws a lot from David Weinberger’s latest book “Everything is Miscellaneous“, it could almost be used as a brief summary. Good stuff, and in case you haven’t read the book I highly recommend you do!
(via Six Pixels of Separation)