The new recording and internet technology placed in the hands of many consumers the ability to make and share media formerly controlled by a more limited group of people.
This phenomenon has given rise to numerous discussions about what this change of media distribution will mean, as well as a fundamental alteration of the economic model for the sale of music.
The “mass” of media creators give rise to discussions about “signal-to-noise” and “sifting through” the voices.
This cut-up narrative uses disparate voices in a cut-up presentation because there is no “noise”, but instead a world of interesting voices.
Here we create, share and remix media. We are part of a revolution in which mass participation is not something we fear—but something we encourage, as a new freedom.
What will this media mean? How will it change our lives?
A flickr.com photo group, MediaMe, explores these questions in picture, and welcomes new Creative Commons photos on the topic. That is also what we discuss at
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This remix juxtaposes voices and music in a meditation on what the new media might mean, or, alternatively, how it all might run into a single melange of disparate ideas.