Tag Archives | Marshall Mcluhan

Modern Apocalypse – The Revolution is Post

So here is the thing, about the modern media world. None of it would have changed, if not for Post. Think about it. The first wave of the “Prosumer” mini DV cameras didn’t show up until well after post production became readily available to any one with a computer and a capture card. In ’96/’97 […]

Reality is Not in color.

I miss Black and White, even bad black and white. Good black and white,  Glorious Black and White, oh how divine. Black and white so sharp it can cut you. I think that black and white is such a tremendous element in story telling, and so lost. Good black and white is hard, it isn’t […]

Quicker, Faster, Better? Or Lesser?

I was at a birthday party the other day, and got to talking about art, and media with Sarah Walker. We talked about the current state of the economy and the effect on individual shows, and also about Marshall McLuhan (one of my favorites.) Media, Media, Media. Over the course of the afternoon and amid […]

Insipid – Or why the small stuff sucks

The following story is real, the names have been omitted to protect the innocent from the stupid. So I did a friend of mine a favor. Which is fine, she’s a good friend, and very considerate. Transferring a few minutes of video to a DVD. No charge, after all she’s a friend. It was a […]

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