It’s an open secret that postmodernism is dead. Most people say “dying,” out of respect for the old king. But the position is vacant.
I’m seeing changes, big changes, and lots of them. Changes in technology, art, the economy, and what people want in life. No single one of them is anything new; they’ve all been talked about before. But taken together they establish a new zeitgeist. More than that, a new paradigm.
Chances are, if you’ve found your way to MIPitR, you’re living this new paradigm. I call it expostmodernism.
- Navigating the Media, Post Osama
- Like so many other people around the world, I woke up this morning to a cacophony of tweets, status messages, newsletters and breaking news updates all proclaiming some variant on the message “Osama is Dead! US Takes Celebration to the Streets!” Buried deeper in many of these messages was one of three sub-messages: “Isn’t This Awesome? Finally [...] Read more – ‘Navigating the Media, Post Osama’.