"Survivorship bias", You are not so smart
Now, over 450 of the nation’s 1,380 dailies have digital play plans in place or in the works, according to the Pew Research Center.
There’s a shift in reader sentiment as well. In 2010, Pew’s State of the Media report revealed that 82% of its 11,000 respondents would abandon their favorite news site if it introduced a paywall. In 2012, a study by DigiCareers posed the same question. This time, only 52% indicated they’d be willing to abandon their favorite site if it erected a paywall.
People are freaking out about the privacy issues raised by Google Glass, but I’m fairly optimistic we’ll navigate that world. My bigger fear is what comes next, when the camera disappears completely. …
Consider all the automated devices taking pictures now: Drones, webcams, Google Glasses, CCTV, hidden cams, hot mics, and Google street cars — these have become the predominant image makers of our time.
The camera has killed the photographer. And it’s going to get away with it. View Source, a new weekly column by Rex Sorgatz