One audience member got a few dark laughs when he stood up and remarked on how limited his generation’s thinking was, not having grown up with the Internet, and how gosh-darn difficult it was to un-think the traditional ways of content distribution. He predicted that the real revolution in mobile content will only come when everyone in the room is dead and “the kids” have taken over.
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