“Digital media have not only created a world starkly different from the world of a mere 15 years ago, they have changed the way people who live in the world think, behave, create and consume. They have facilitated a generation gap that makes the divide between Boomers and their parents narrow by comparison.”
December 6, 2010
How Digital Media Have Changed The Movie Experience
Toronto Star 12/04/10
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