there is no end to complete and utter uselessness and waste in the world of shitty entertainment
>we’ve seen major newspapers sell ads on their front pages (once thought to be very taboo).
At one time, yes, but at another time, no. The practice during the 18th and early 19th centuries was to set ads in with the news stories-- whatever appeared on your (physical) desktop was what you set to type next, no matter where in the paper it was. Of course, most papers were weekly, and much smaller in size than they are today; one or two sheets, folded to make a 4- or 8-page publication. And no videos, either.
"I didn't cry when Bambi's mother was shot... but I cried when HAL was turned off."
Remember Esquire's E-Ink cover? Yeah, thought so... Neither do I. The technology is novel but once you've seen it in action, you're left wondering if the cost is worth it and if there is any ROI at all...
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