Lovely reflective piece by David Carr in the New York Times on our changing media ecosystem. Sample:
“For the past six months, my magazines, once a beloved and essential part of my media diet, have been piling up, patiently waiting for some mindshare, only to be replaced by another pile that will go unread. I used to think that people who could not keep up with The New Yorker were shallow individuals with suspect priorities. Now I think of them as just another desperate fellow-traveller, bobbing in a sea of information none of us will see to the bottom of. We remain adrift.”
In my defence, I should add that I often read the New Yorker and the Economist on an iPad.