Here’s a novel way of looking at how we (maybe) fit into the future of publishing—Dorling Kindersley Books did a video about The Future of Publishing, initially for internal consumption, but later on they released it on YouTube. As Cory Doctorow said when blogging it in BoingBoing.net “Watch it at least halfway through…” and you’ll see a change in attitude.
I’ve been doing some thinking about media recently, and particularly in light of Tom Foremski’s series on everyone being a media company these days. It particularly got me to think again about my CyberSpark.net project, which looks on the surface of it like just another product, but in fact the goal is to create a seed where community can form. So even CyberSpark is really a media project.
 Cory’s BoingBoing post
 Tom is a journalist who was with the Financial Times and just about six years ago left his job to work online. He now writes Silicon Valley Watcher and he’s one of the Traveling Geeks. He wrote the series a few weeks after his Traveling Geeks trip to the UK (he was also with us in Paris in December, 2009). During that trip we were all considering the role of established media—His series comprises:
A kind of “summary” article: 5yrs: Lessons And Insights: Wish Everyone Well… August 21, 2009
and three others as a series:
Part 1: Why I left the Financial Times August 18, 2009
Part 2: Where’s the disruption from the Internet? August 19, 2009
Part 3: Meeting Cisco’s Dan Scheinman and realizing every company is now a media company August 20, 2009