Third Industrial Recontextualization

Rifkin on Keen's Techcrunch show. Didn't read the article, here's the obvious correlation I thought of after seeing the first couple of sentences, cause I trust competent articulation of this thesis takes place after that; renewable resources and copyright reform, specifically in my oft typed about never discoursed on term, recontextualized content promotion, basically 'mash up' video collage in legalese. it's an inevitable future, the adoption and use of which will be similar to google text ad as opposed to email spam and the like whatever the relevant landscape is called 'twitterscape' etc

RCP licenses on Netflix will be the order of the day and people will get commissions or incentivized offers based on the relevant arrangement of the authorship, regarding the RCP they initiate.

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2011 Advertising is the new Event

Due to the tetradic aspect of technological identity crisis, static online experience, which includes the laptop, the mobile experience now has decided that the five second event commercial is the last episode of M*A*S*H, Superbowl half time shit, of our time.

How to make the perfect commercial Dennis Crowley will appreciate being interrupted by.

This is the question, opacity is one of the answers, we see that in the lower third display ads on the "Tube"

However, the synchronization of a broadband broadcast five second commercial that has some type of incentivization that is presented in a way that the user feels ADDS rather than DETRACTS from their serendipitious experience of communicative ubitquity of futility.

Course, it's an event, right? So it's gotta be blue moon in frequency, like a Wonka campaign.