Tomorrow’s Media Today

If you haven’t seen it yet, blogger and all-around media thinker Robin Sloan has created an 8-minute Flash movie called EPIC 2014 that you may find interesting. Or cool. Or scary. Or ridiculous. Either way, I dare you to watch and not post a comment.

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About Wade Sturdivant

Creative Director/Copywriter at The Richards Group, Wade spent his formative years in Chicago (DDB, Leo Burnett) and has worked on accounts as diverse as BMW, Firestone, Bud Light, McDonald’s, Kellogg’s and the U.S. Army.

  • http://adpulp.com David Burn

    Well done piece. It’s conclusion seems a bit dramatic. I can’t quite see the Times capitulating to Google and conceding the online news space. But then again, I’m no Watts Wacker (futurist).

  • http://www.wadesturdivant.com Wade Sturdivant

    Yeah, it is a little dramatic, but it made me think. Especially considering the content of the very next post (WSJ.com Is Nowheresville).