Colin McEnroe and his very intelligent students look at the Digital Revolution in media.
Saturday, December 12, 2009
A little weekend McReading
The second part of U.M., although long, is actualy more readable than the first, because it's a little less theory and a little more practice. I won't subject you to much of it, but do read Chapter 25 --on the Telegraph. (You'll find some amazing stuff there.), Chapter 31 on Television (possibly the most discussed chapter of part II, and the crtivcial reception to U.M. (starts on page 545 in the edition that most of us have).