Yes, it's indeed an exciting new world emanating! Nice take to end it with the question what it all means, since what it actually takes to live well in this new world is learning to extract meaning in every moment as the world is changing so rapidly. So... it means that no meaning/direction can be taken for granted ;-)) Like it has always *really* been, but in this fast spinning world it just becomes more obvious. Thinking back on this... it's been well a decade now since we were first talking about a lot of higher education programs becoming obsolete because they tend to teach people how to do things when they should rather be teaching people how to find out how to do things. "Occupations" go away and we will all spend our lives "in never ending education". Greetings from Sweden Per Boysen www.boysen.se www.perboysen.com On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 11:25 AM, Rick Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > We've been talking a lot about new paradigms of selling ourselves as > artists. > > This is a video that Sony presented at their executive conference this >year > that I thought everyone should see. The digital world and our place >in > it is changing much faster > than we know.