Jan 9, 2013
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kottke.org: The extraordinary is the new ordinary

jkottke:

Kevin Kelly notes that the internet — and in particular, YouTube — is exposing us to massive quantities of things that are impossible and amazing and muses about how that might be affecting our culture.

Every minute a new impossible thing is uploaded to the internet and that improbable event…

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    Kevin Kelly notes that the internet — and in particular, YouTube — is exposing us to massive quantities of things that...
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    hmmm… i’m doubtful that this is a good thing. i think expectations are being raised without standards also being raised...
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