The future, always in motion and therefore difficult to see

The future is always difficult to see, but especially during those discontinuous events called revolutions.  As Clay Shirky explains in this look at “Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable” (13 March 2009).  He discusses journalism, but his lessons are applicable to the world of today — small and large. Elizabeth Eisenstein’s magisterial treatment of Gutenberg’s invention, …

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