History of media and communication is also the history of culture(s). Some technologies define not only the way of life, they also change the way we see ourselves and like/want to see ourselves.
Global connectivity has not only increased communication, it has also changed the way we communicate - affecting and altering our perceptions of the world. Culture as something belonging to a particular 'place' is contaminated (albeit, in a positive sense too) and is emerging more as a flattened topography cluttered with visual, textual and non-verbal messages that we witness as a language of the new millennium.
Viren Brahmbhatt | de.Sign