Song Parody: “The Kobe That We Used To Know” by Kobye

When I first heard the song “Somebody That I Used To Know” by Gotye last October (video at end of post), I really liked it. I even posted about it on Indie Christmas. Then it became one of those ubiquitous, overplayed songs and it began to annoy me.

But you know what is a great way to give a stale tune new life? A well-executed song parody!

I’ve dabbled in the ancient art myself (this one probably being the best), and I give two thumbs up to the pasty gentleman in the video below, “Kobye” I guess he’d like to be called, for reworking the Gotye song into a clever postmortem on the recently completed season for Kobe Bryant and the Lakers.

Here is “The Kobe That We Used To Know”:

*****

Nice work man.

The genuine emotion behind the song is quite evident. Such sadness in your face at the poor Lakers being bounced early from the playoffs again.


Here are the credits and lyrics, lifted from the YouTube description:

Kobye – The Kobe That We Used To Know

Written and Performed by Dan Rib
Music Performed by Ken Belcher
Video Filmed by Toni Aubrecht
Back Up Vocals by Ken Belcher
Aux. Percussion by Dan Rib
Video Edited by Dan Rib

“The Kobe That We Used To Know”

Now and then I think of when you were much younger.
You had a fro and said that Jordan should respect your game.
With Shaq you won rings 1, 2, 3,
But you didn’t like his company.
You shipped him out and that’s an ache we all remember.

You can get addicted to a certain kind of winning.
Like resignation to a 6th ring. Always that ring.
So when the triangle came to an end
Well you said that you would win again.
But you admitted you would carry the team on your shoulders.

But you didn’t have to take that shot.
Just drive the lane and dump it off to either Pau or Bynum.
Those two guys are really tall
And when you keep it for yourself we never score enough.

You didn’t have to hog the ball.
You’re triple teamed so kick it out to either Blake or Sessions.
I know that they don’t shoot so well,
But you’re really not the Kobe that we used to know.

Now and then I think of all the shots right at the buzzer.
Always keeping me believing that it might go in.
But I don’t want to lose that way.
Hoisting shots from very far away.
You said that you could share the ball,
And we wouldn’t catch you clinging to the Kobe that we used to know.

*****

And for the six of you who haven’t heard the original Gotye song that this is parodying, here you go:



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  317. Eric Newton’s Must See Monday presentation was not only informative but entertaining. It proved that because of necessity, news and the way we perceive it and receive it have evolved to meet our needs. News and communication started out as something visual and then transformed into something oral that was spread through word of mouth. Through centuries it has evolved into something digital and innovative. The rise of pamphlets in 1767 is the birth of a new news medium and since then has come a long way. Eric Newton explained specific patterns of how history repeats itself over the years. He also explained how many of the inventions we find in our daily lives such as cell phones or satellites came from science fiction writers and their vivid imaginations. Newton sees the future of communication and news as a third and fourth world war against technology much like a science fiction writer would. Although in the time frame he gave us it is a possibility that that could occur I don’t necessarily believe it will. Even though I do believe that digital media will be the death of what is left of print media it isn’t going to strike a cyberspace world war.

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  319. Before launching into the past, present, and future of journalism and the world, Eric Newton took a moment to remind everyone sitting in the First Amendment how lucky we are for being part of such an innovative and successful school. He spoke about the recognition, the resources, and the leadership that we have at our disposal as Cronkite students, and told us to give ourselves a hand for the great things we will be able to do in the future as journalists. Then, he said with a chuckle, “Don’t blow it.” And then he showed everyone exactly what is at stake to be blown if we don’t properly evolve and expand with societal changes and technological advances. Mr. Newton presented a theory originally seen in William Strauss and Neil Howe’s “The Fourth Turning,” which exhibits several features of science fiction books, movies and tv shows that became reality. In 1962, Skype was appearing on the small screen in the Jetsons cartoons; cellphones in 1964, by Star Trek; Space Odyssey novels featured I-Pad-reminiscent technology way back in 1968. Based on this theory, Newton predicted the future all the way through 2110, involving both a third and fourth World War-the third fought in cyberspace, the fourth against machines; technology ranging from wearable media to augmented reality and cranial downloads; news leaving legacy media behind and becoming whatever an individual wants it to be, transmitted through wearable media and cemented by complete data transparency. This is where we have the potential to grow. This is what we have the capacity to learn. Whether or not the exact details of this science-fiction driven future come to pass does not matter; worrying about hyper-intelligent robots or cyber war in years ahead is useless. Change is all around us right now, and if we don’t embrace it each present day, we’ll just be the ones reading about the future, not writing it ourselves. The truth is out there, and “somewhere in that truth is the future of news,” Newton concluded, “and I wish all of you happy sailing.”

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  324. This week’s Must See Monday was fascinating. Being a journalist means you have to both tread lightly but shed light on critical issues. I kept having flashbacks of my Ethics class and all the times we discussed sensitivity. What is too much? How can we minimize harm? How do we remain objective?With major events, such as the Tuscon shooting, people want to be as informed as possible. There is a major demand for news and collecting it is a difficult endeavor. Remaining profession and objective is key but we are all human beings. The ethics of journalism is very tricky. I took from the discussion that when dealing with disasters and tragedies, understanding the situation is key. The best way to report is to know what people are living through. Patience is key.

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  329. Tonight I listened to Eric Newton give his presentation on “A history of the future of news: What 1767 tells us about 2110” Eric Newton is a seasoned and hardworking journalist and is currently the senior advisor to the president of the Knight foundation. During his presentation he outlined some various points including stating that no one knows how the future will turn out, science fiction is doing the best job of depicting the future, and every generation grows up with a different common type of media. Newton talked a lot about the Evolution of Human Communication. Starting with the visual age during 1-2M BC and going all the way through to the 90’s and today with the digital age. Newton noted that communications is on an exponential rise and that we predict the future based on what we know now. He also cited some obvious examples of science fiction depicting the future with Skype on the Jetsons, cell phones on Star Trek, and the iPad on A Space Odyssey. Newton opened my eyes to the fact that each generation comes of age as a different news medium is rising with awakenings and crises occurring every 80 years. This timeline is extremely consistent. I loved his thoughts on the future of digital media and it opened my eyes to many things that were slightly obvious yet I did not realize. I really appreciated this presentation.

  330. Thomas Jefferson once famously said, “Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” The significance of Jefferson’s quote extends beyond his disdain towards bureaucratic governments, but into two principles of journalism: accountability and objectivity. In the movie The Pelican Brief, this meant exposing corrupt government officials—including the president of the United States—in a cover-up that brought about the death of two Supreme Court justices and other characters. Darby Shaw, the law student whose professor was murdered (portrayed by Julia Roberts) sought out Gray Grantham a Washington news reporter (portrayed by Denzel Washington) to help unearth the injustices committed. The movie concluded with Grantham going to press with the information, and justice was held to those who committed the crimes. Thematically, The Pelican Brief exemplifies journalism principles to correctly differentiate the difference between fact and fiction, and to hold onto those convictions tightly—even when the consequences loom large.

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  332. Tonight I attended Eric Newton’s lecture entitled “The History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2100.” Newton, the Senior Advisor to the President of the Knight Foundation, discussed basically how journalism is changing as a result of the digital age. Newton told us, “We predict the future based on what we know,” but because technology is changing, we cannot accurately predict what the future is going to look like. He went through at least ten cycles that people have experienced in history based on the media aspect, starting with pamphlets and partisan weekly newspapers to mobile devices and social media. Newton also projected what the future might be like if new forms of media are constantly changing. He used examples like robotics, nanotechnology and telepathy. While he did go into some depth of these cycles and potential cycles, Newton admitted that we are “just scratching the surface of the digital age.” But as he closed, Newton encouraged the aspiring journalists by saying, “To get to the future, someone has to shape it. And that gets to be you.” It is exciting to know that with all of the changes in journalism today and the technology aspect of it, I get to be a part of it and help shape the future.

  333. A story of conspiracy, The Pelican Brief, starring award-winning actors Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington, depicts a thrilling and suspenseful investigation. I’ve always been fascinated with Washington D.C, and this film drives my intrigue even further because of its exposure of corruption within the capital. Also, it successfully demonstrates how far some people will go to cover up their lies and greed. As a journalist, this movie inspires me to dig deep for the truth, despite the possible frightening outcomes on the other end, like the blowing up of a car and most dramatically murder, as shown in the movie. Even though the film doesn’t exhibit all journalistic principles, such as when Darby (Roberts) lies about who she is in order to find Gray (Washington), the characters portray an honest search for answers. The movie beings with shocking deaths and then everyone who learns about the brief appears to be dying , but Gray’s curiosity and Darby’s persistence lead them to expose what a corrupt and murderous man Mattiece was. For a Cronkite Night at the movies this deserves five stars.

  334. Tonight Eric Newton spoke to us about the future of Journalism and what technology in media will look like just before the 22nd century. He gave us a timeline that looked pretty interesting to me. Eric believes that communication is on the exponential rise and that we predict the future based on what we know. The future is always changing and there’s nothing we can do about it. It’s inevitable. Eric said something that I thought was pretty interesting. “Science fiction writers are better at predicting the future than the experts.” It’s sad, but true. Everything he was saying in his presentation was true. Like how every 80 years there has been a crisis or an awakening. He used examples like The Revolutionary War to The Civil War and then finally to World War II. Eric predicts that the next world war will be a cyber war. He believes its happening now. I thought his whole presentation was enlightening and really had me thinking into the future.

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  340. Eric Newton, the senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, spoke in the Walter Cronkite School’s first amendment forum Monday night on the future and history of news. Newton emphasized in the lecture, what 1676 tells us about 2110, that the technology we are using today seemed crazy at one point but many of the inventions we now use such as Skype, cell phones, and the iPad were seen in movies years ago. He said that every American generation grows up with a different form of media starting in 1767. In 1767 it began with pamphlets and from there media progressed to newspapers, then to daily newspapers because of the printing press, then the telegraph and so on. He also said that history shows every 80 years there is a tragedy or great awakening, for example the civil war was 80 years before WWII and we will be another time of tragedy and experience World War 3.0. He also said that there are already “cyber armies.” According to Newton, media is becoming more personal, portable, and participatory. He also said that the journalism and mass communication field is changing drastically and that print journalism will die. He predicted that in the future there will be intelligent media, bio media (which will include augmented reality), machine awareness, hyper media where data will be imported to our brains, and also Omni media where information will be exported from our brains in the form of things such as telepathy. At the conclusion of these changes he predicted there will be a World War 4.0, he said this is a war in which humans will be fighting against non-humans. At the end of this lecture he said that there are multiple reasons why this wouldn’t happen but reminded the audience that no matter how crazy it seems it is still an option.

  341. he film, The Pelican Brief, is a very intriguing story that involves a investigative journalist and his journey to unveiling a government cover-up. Greg Grantham, played by Denzel Washington, is a dedicated journalism who will do just what it takes to reveal the story. Even though he goes to great extents to find his information, he remains an ethical journalist. He maintains his objectiveness and accountability by thoroughly investigating and not jumping to conclusions Along his pursuit, he finds a highly sought after college student who might have just the information he needs to provide an accurate story. His only hope is to gain information from her, but he also has to keep her safe at the same time so that she does not get killed. Although this movie was not the most influential for journalists, it was very entertaining. The action and suspense reel in the audience, while also showing a investigative journalists work.

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  343. “New Tools Make New Rules” Eric Newton’s discussion on the future and past of media sheds light on a pattern of social media development that can be overlooked by most. He started by focusing on the very start of news itself, back to when the grunts and pointing of cavemen are all we can assume were ways of alerting other. Newton then works his way through each media advancement since then, until present, and then on through the future. Shown on a table in increments of 20 years, he demonstrates the steady growth of societies technological advance and the shocking repetition of events that have occurred multiple times throughout history. It is with these past reoccurring events that he feels it is perfectly possible to predict the world’s betterment of media in years to come. The timeline table, displayed behind him not only shows our telecommunication improvements, but also presents a somewhat fixed order of events. For it seems that it only takes a given amount of time after one occurrence that the same is bound to happen again, signifying roughly 80 years we experience a great awakening. But it doesn’t just take a table to foreshadow the advancements ahead of our time; it requires no more than watching the newest science fiction movie. But how can something so mainstream allow the majority of people the insight to the future? It is because, as explained by Newton, science fictionists are more accurately bridging history and predicting technological outbreaks. The inventor of the cell phone for example says he got the idea solely based on, at the time ridiculous, prop used in “Star Trek.” So what exactly is suspected to develop? Newton states, based on an emulating history, he feels the progress ahead will end all print media, perhaps another world war and even more portability and personal tech devices that will be capable of things more than imaginable. However, despite the obvious patterns, many people say that nothing advanced historically during their generation of growing up. Though sometimes it seems mediocre or expected of technology to be as advanced it is, think about what they thought was “advanced” 20 years ago.

  344. In the words of Eric Newton, “we need to think off the planet crazy” in order to move forward into the future. It is almost scary how the movement of technology has evolved in such a short amount of time. When you really think about it cell phones and apple products of today have essentially taken over our world in a matter of a few decades. In a world where the consumer is always wanting more and the inventor can never make his or her invention “perfect” our technology will never stop evolving. So when do we begin to put limits on our evolution? Will monsters that were once a fragment of one’s imagination run our future society? I can only hope that our future generations will not succumb to the desires of wanting more. Although the latest technologies are what we see as a way of survival, I think that following the cycle of crisis and inventing such “off the planet crazy” technologies such as cranial downloads, media implants, and newsbots may be taking our constant progression a little too far. There will come a time when the cycle must be broken to keep our society well…a society.

  345. Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation gave Cronkite students a glimpse into the future tonight. The future, as Newton described it, is one in which journalism and mass communication is constantly changing, just as it has for centuries. Newton’s future involves everything from “news bots” to “cranial implants.” Technology that currently feels at home in a science fiction movie but according to Newton the future he described “is definitely crazy so it might just happen.” In fact science fiction is exactly what Newton points to if we want a peek of what the future may have in store for us. Shows like Star Trek and The Jetsons have already demonstrated this by predicting current technology like cell phones and Skype. As members of the beginning of the digital age Newton believes we are simply “scratching the surface” of what this era has in store for us. As technology progresses so will the future of journalism. “The technology has driven the future of news,” said Newton.

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  354. he film, The Pelican Brief, is a very intriguing story that involves a investigative journalist and his journey to unveiling a government cover-up. Greg Grantham, played by Denzel Washington, is a dedicated journalism who will do just what it takes to reveal the story. Even though he goes to great extents to find his information, he remains an ethical journalist. He maintains his objectiveness and accountability by thoroughly investigating and not jumping to conclusions Along his pursuit, he finds a highly sought after college student who might have just the information he needs to provide an accurate story. His only hope is to gain information from her, but he also has to keep her safe at the same time so that she does not get killed. Although this movie was not the most influential for journalists, it was very entertaining. The action and suspense reel in the audience, while also showing a investigative journalists work.

  355. Eric Newton’s talk at tonight’s Must See Monday addressed all the questions and uncertainties about the future of journalism in a way much different than I have ever heard before. Early in the talk, Newton said that the first principle in predicting the future is thinking crazy; not out of the box, but out of this world. Next, he presented the idea that each American generation uses a new news medium. He showed us the way these mediums have evolved over time, beginning with pamphlets during the American Revolution and moving forward in time all the way to today’s mobile and social media and what he called world war 3.0, which would consist of cyber attacks in the digital world. Newton went even further forward, his predictions becoming more and more difficult to imagine outside of a science fiction movie. He presented the idea that technology drives the future of news and that if we, as journalists, do not engage with the technology, we are not engaging our future. The point of the lecture was not to show us that journalism will disappear with the development of such technologies as Bio Media and Omni Media, but that journalism will change. Newton said, toward the end of his talk, that society will always need someone to provide an independent, truthful source of information. This will always be the job of the journalist, even if the way we work changes.

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  358. Must See Monday opened with Dean Callahan talking about the career of the speaker, telling about his career as an editor for award winning papers and eventually becoming the senior adviser for the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The speaker, Eric Newton, drew big crowds with talks about where the future of journalism was headed and information’s humble beginnings. Graphs showed a spike in information with the coming of the internet, but Newton said technology has been foretold by science fiction shows. He proceeded to show pictures of Star Trek and 2001, A Space Odyssey. The Star Trek picture showed Captain Kirk with a communicator, which Newton said, was the muse for the idea of the cell phone. The Space Odyssey picture was the picture of the pilot with what looked like an i-pad. Newton also showed off a picture of the Jetsons with a futuristic twitter. Newton continued with talks about digital war-fare and the coming of a fourth World War, in which men were facing machines for survival, much like the Matrix. He finished the presentation with a quote from Isaac Newton. “Somewhere in that ocean of truth lies the future of news. I wish you all happy sailing.”

  359. Tonight I got the chance to see “The Pelican Brief” and it nothing short of a suspenseful thriller. This movie that stars Denzel Washington and the lovely, Julia Roberts is a complex story based on Julia’s character, Darby Shaw, and how she tries to attach the White House to the assassination of two supreme justices. Darby with research finds the connection between the government and the killings, and is determined to let the truth be known with her “Pelican Brief”. Since her brief became known in the government Darby was under attack. Denzel’s character Gray Grantham, who is a journalist for the Washington Herald, takes the liberty to aid Darby in her search for the truth. It was very compelling to watch how powerful a journalist can be seeking justice in our country. Though I can admit that I don’t know if I would be courageous enough to attack the government after realizing that they are out to kill me, but it still empowers me to see what people can do to shed light on truth. Even though this particular story is fictional it doesn’t mean that journalists today aren’t doing exactly what Gray did to make sure that the right people were framed for the murder. I also want to say how much I admire the fact that people truly do whatever it takes to, in real terms, “rack the muck” or rather scrap up the corruption that we so commonly see in our government.

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  363. Victor Medina and Mrs. a former writer for “LA Times” was the speaker he covered many different aspects of the journalism world, both god and bad. The LA riots was one of his first experiences. That had to be very scary. He touched on the ethics of journalism and getting the truth of your story out there and not harming the victim at the same time. But there is really no way to necessarily getting around causing further damage. Also the Rodney King case was brought up and the after effects of that. It all made me think about journalism and my what my goal is. Good thing i don’t play to do touchy stories like these.

  364. This week’s “Must See Monday” (October 14, 2011) featured Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Newton’s presentation focused on the path of technology and its effect on news and other media outlets, specifically the social progress of “crisis” to “awakening”.By “crisis”, Newton was referring to the idea of a national or global event that had immediate negative impact on society, such as World War II. And each “crisis” occurs roughly every eighty years or so and leads to the eventual “awakening”. The “awakening” refers to the period when the culture has a major revitalization, such as the Renaissance or the Great Awakening. Newton also went on to say that if such a pattern persists into the future that society will eventually advance itself into extinction through “World War 4”, a war between humans and non-humans (machines, the environment, etc.).All in all, Newton’s presentation was awe-inspiring and a truly fantastic perception on the future of our society and journalism in the long run.

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  372. In crisis situations, reporters have two responsibilities. The first is to get the story. The second is to get it without causing any further damage. As Ina Jaffe said, “When you walk into these situations, don’t make it worse.” She furthered that it also isn’t the job of the reporter to make things better either. We aren’t social workers, she said. However, journalists can’t get the information we need for a story unless we behave a certain way. If we act like automatons, our subjects won’t talk to us. However, if we are too sympathetic to our subjects, we interfere with the story and cross professional boundaries. If there is anything I learned tonight, it’s that reporters walk a fine line between their professional duties and their duties as a human being when covering crises. This balancing act seemed to have taken a toll on both speakers. Jaffe said that she would often bury the emotions and not cry about them until a week after they ended. This is the sort of trauma characteristic of disaster victims or relief workers. I never thought that the same thing would apply to reporters.

  373. At the last Must See Monday event, Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation discussed “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2110. This presentation was really interesting to me because Newton talked about the future of news. He discussed how the industry has changed and what it will soon become. We looked back at a few clips from early movies and TV shows such as a Space Odyssey and Star Trek. It was the inventions of cell phones and the iPad that came from an idea in these shows. Newton mentioned that profoundly the new digital age no one knows how it’s going to turn out. Newton said “the first thing to predict the future is to think crazy.” Another thing he mentioned was that it’s been about every 80 years that there has been a crises and a great awakening where new things are discovered. He broke the different generations in categories such as these:From 2001 to 2026 we are currently in the cyber generation, where mobile and social media is what’s emerging among us. This includes things such as smart phones, tablets, remote sensing, blogs, and citizen media and so on. He also went on and discussed the further future generations such as visionary, 2027-2047, Hybrid, 2048-2068, and Courageous, 2069-2089. Newton said that we are only scratching the surface of the digital age and there’s still so much to explore. I’ve learned a lot about this lecture and I think it really opened the eyes to many of the students at Cronkite. One of Newton’s ending quotes was that “If we don’t engage in the new technology we’re not engaging in our near future.” It’s important for us as journalist to keep up with the latest technology because its new ways and outlets for us to do what we do, which is to deliver new and inform the public.

  374. Cronkite Movie Wednesday 10/26I was very excited to see “The Pelican Brief” because it stars two of my favorite actors: Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington. I was also told that the movie was a mystery, thriller type of movie and that happens to be my favorite kind of movie to watch. But enough of my personal biases; what is the movie about? Well, the story begins with two Supreme Court justices being killed. JULIA ROBERTS is a damsel in distress when she writes a brief, theorizing what and who was behind the murder of two Supreme Court justices. She ends up crating a theory that seems scarily correct. The brief manages to get into top political aides hands and it eventually lands in the lap of a reporter. DENZEL WASHINGTON is the investigative reporter who sees some merit in her theory and reluctantly decides to offer his help in tracking down the bad guys.This movie had a great plot and Washington and Roberts had a ton of chemistry on screen together. The movie is not the typical popcorn movie; you actually have to watch it and keep up, but I promise it is worth it. Politics, mystery, thrills, chemistry, and amazing actors? This masterpiece is definitely my cup of tea.

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  376. The Knight Center for Digital Media and Entrepreneurship may be housed in the Cronkite school, but it’s not just for journalists. Students from other programs and campuses at ASU are recognizing the value of entrepreneurship in the age of technology, and their efforts are producing fantastic results.CJ Cornell, Director of the Knight Center, introduced a group of four ASU students who’s entrepreneurial endeavors are both impressive and innovative. What makes these students successful in the world of entrepreneurship? “You have to have a vision,” Cornell said, “You have to have a tolerance for risk.” And, Cornell adds, you have to find the perfect opportunity to provide a necessary service, based on consumer behavior and trends. Liz Smith spoke first, presenting thewatchtreescottsdale.com, a website she created that connects people in the Scottsdale and Gilbert suburbs with volunteer organizations in the East Valley. “We make it easier to make a difference,” Smith said. Her goal is to simplify communication between potential volunteers and the organizations that need them, which will hopefully encourage more residents of the valley to donate their time and energy to a good cause. Next, we heard from Adam Klawonn, creator of CityCirlces.com, a tool that provides the user with news, events and other helpful information based on a fixed interest point, like a light rail stop. Klawonn said that although CityCircles was inspired by Phoenix public transportation, the concept could be implemented virtually anywhere, which is was makes this project such an entrepreneurial success. Anyone who rides the light rail on a regular basis knows the value of reading material for those familiar commutes, so it was fitting that our next presenter be Amanda Crawford, developer of Fictionado. This up-and-coming software will allow people to access a database of short fiction and literature from their mobile device. “It’s the netflix for short stories,” Crawford said. The application, set to launch this summer, will be available by subscription at an affordable price. Our last presenter, Marius Ciocirlan, is a film major who initially got involved at the Knight Center with the vision of creating interactive touch-screen movie posters. His idea has since evolved into Blimee, an online platform that aims to partner with local news outlets and display breaking news, current events and other useful information on LCD screens placed all throughout the city. Ciocirlan said his goal is to make local news more accessible by bringing back “the town crier,” in a modern sense.

  377. I thought it was interesting how this week’s Must See Monday was planned before the Tucson shooting occurred because the topic, “Communities in Crisis: Ethical Consideration for Journalists” is a fitting issue to discuss after such a tragedy. Nevertheless, the Must See Monday gave helpful insight on how to truthfully report and cover a crisis while remaining ethically sound that I think every journalist ought to know.Ina Jaffe from NPR West explained how she covered her first breaking news story, the Cleveland School shooting. One day, a man referred to as a loner showed up on the schoolyard and just started shooting around. Many children, mainly Southeast Asian refugees, were killed or wounded. Jaffe’s story was on how the school was patching up bullet holes, cleaning the schoolyard and planning to open the next day. Jaffe was horrified to have to stick a mic in the face of a child who just saw their classmates shot, but her editor said to not interview children. Instead, Jaffe reported on the scene and talked to people who were not children. Although children were the main ones who witnessed the event, interviewing them was crossing that ethical line that could have made the situation worse and more tragic. Children may have given insight into the horrific occurrence, but interviewing such young children would have brought more suffering.Based on his own experience covering tragedies and communities in crisis, Victor Merina from Reznet talked about the importance of observing your surroundings in addition to conducting interviews. When journalists are looking for that golden quote, they often fail at other things such as observing the location and people for the story. Observation can add much richness to stories and help the audience get a better picture of the scene. Merina also mentioned the importance of spending time with the people you interview to get a better understanding for the story. By taking that extra time to understand and make your sources feel comfortable, you build their trust and are more likely to gain helpful information for your article.I feel that this week’s Must See Monday gave valuable information and tips that many Cronkite students may need to use in their futures as journalists.

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  381. Fantasies of the future have always interested people; but usually sci-fi is placed solely in the fiction section. Predicting the future seems to be becoming a more refined art and a more accurate one as well. Eric Newton struck me at first as a potential “ Trekkie,” with his sci-fi movie references and especially after seeing his entertaining graphics. But his explanations were actually logical – as history demonstrates, technology has risen exponentially and it seems as though it will continue to do so. I can certainly see this advancement pairing with medical advances and soon creating matrix-esque implants for people. They say necessity is the mother of invention, but are these “advancements” really a necessity? Only time can tell whether Newton’s predictions will come true, or whether that exponential rise skews off course due to some calamity. War can be extremely destructive, and if war turns to the technological turf, who knows what technological advances World War 3.0 could destroy. All in all, Newton provided many interesting speculations that people should take heed of because they could come true.

  382. When Eric Newton first began tonight’s futuristic and completely engrossing presentation, he mentioned just how lucky we are to attend the Cronkite School. It is so fulfilling and reassuring to hear such esteemed professionals in the world of journalism compliment our school and its abilities to produce successful young journalists. Newton even mentioned that we have a Dean with ‘superhuman powers.’ With these powerful words, I felt more motivated to pursue a future in journalism than I ever have before. Often times, critics say that journalism is fading, but after tonight’s Must See Monday event, it seems there is no refuting its future potential. Eric Newton presented an interesting look into the past and predicted future of journalism through mass media outlets and other various forms of communication. I cannot wait to become a part of a generation of innovative individuals who work to make science fiction’s crazy predictions prove to be possible. I am so proud to be a part of what will one day become a significant addition to history’s never ending circle of revolutionary changes in media and communications.

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  390. Looking at a picture of 1999 New York, it is hard to imagine how someone would ever believe this picture’s futuristic qualities would be evident eleven years ago, let alone today. Eric Newton intrigues the crowd by posing the question “what went wrong in this picture?” Overall it was many things that contributed to the photo’s unnatural characteristics. These traits are: multi-time, science fiction writers, books and TV shows/movies. All of these implements allow us the knowledge of what the future has in store for media. Noticing trends, like Great Awakenings happening every eighty years, enhances the accuracy of the predictions that can take place. It is important for us journalist majors to be aware of what the future has in stake. As Newton said “we must focus on not what has been invented, but how the things exponentially grew.” Eric Newton’s presentation was very educational and interesting—especially when he showed a timeline of the things predicted to come all the way up to the year of 2100. Who would have thought there would be a WW4.0 of humans vs. robotics, like the iRobot? His conclusion was inspirational. It made me want to go out and “master a computer assisted reporting/design, watch a lot more science fiction, fool around with a new digital tool every day [and] rewrite [the] codes of ethics.”

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  393. Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, does not need a crystal ball to foresee where journalism is going. According to Newton, “there are undiscovered patterns of history in news.” He does not need that crystal ball because not even that would help. Journalism is something that needs to be followed and really looked in to.With each decade, technology changes; we are in the digital age. The digital age is a new age for news. It has gone from “AHHH”—caveman’s way of communicating—to moveable type, then to digital pushes in online news.“We’ve only scratched the surface of the digital age,” Newton says.Whether it was Skype from the Flinstones or cellphones from the Star Trek, you need to think “crazy and out of this world.” By doing so, creative thinking turns into innovation then manufacturing.“News is whatever we want to know,” Newton says.Every American age has had different media based on what they wanted to know; The Transcendental era had Partisan weekly newspapers while the Progressive era had the Associated Press. There has been growth and adaptation to crises and happenings.It’s a matter of looking close into what could be. Right now, science fiction is bridging the gap in science more than scientists. Just look at entertainment and what could progress into something real. No, it might not be the radio watch, but it could be intelligent media from the next action film with robots and such.“To get to the future, someone needs to shake the surface,” says Newton.

  394. I thought the information presented at the Must See Monday was extremely thought-provoking. The concept of a WW3.0 and WW4.0 never occured to me, as it is not something I think about often. Also, the different generations to come after mine opened my eyes to the way the world will change, even while I am still on it. Technology today can seem mind-blowing; however, it will eventually become the norm and new technologies will take over. As a journalism major, I do wonder about the future of my craft. Perhaps journalism created by people in the future is meant to be a work of art, not a necessity vital for survival. Maybe journalism students should concentrate on the creativity of creating works instead of the hard news value. It will be a way to enruch lives, not dictate them.

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  495. In the words of Eric Newton, “we need to think off the planet crazy” in order to move forward into the future. It is almost scary how the movement of technology has evolved in such a short amount of time. When you really think about it cell phones and apple products of today have essentially taken over our world in a matter of a few decades. In a world where the consumer is always wanting more and the inventor can never make his or her invention “perfect” our technology will never stop evolving. So when do we begin to put limits on our evolution? Will monsters that were once a fragment of one’s imagination run our future society? I can only hope that our future generations will not succumb to the desires of wanting more. Although the latest technologies are what we see as a way of survival, I think that following the cycle of crisis and inventing such “off the planet crazy” technologies such as cranial downloads, media implants, and newsbots may be taking our constant progression a little too far. There will come a time when the cycle must be broken to keep our society well…a society.

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  497. “The digital age of communication” is how Eric Newton describes our current state in journalism.What does 1767 tell us about 2100? The history of communication, as described by Mr. Newton, is split up into four parts. The first being “visual,” as in the time of the cavemen. The next, “language” which started around 100,000 BCE. After that came “Mass Media” which started around 1450 CE. The last, for now, being the “Digital” age. We are currently in that state and have been since about 1991. Our current state in communications was made possible by Geostationary satellites. These were thought to be crazy before they were actually made. The key to innovation is being crazy and doing what was thought impossible. That is how we have been able to progress in the field of journalism.Is there anything that you see today that seems like a joke? Hover cars maybe? On an episode of the Jetsons, you can see the two main characters using what we would know as Skype. This show was made in the 1970’s, when nobody would have actually thought that Skype was possible. This pattern will continue to happen over time. Who can actually tell where the road will lead for communication and media?

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  523. Eric Newton, Senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, is aware of the major changes in media that journalists need to embrace. His idea is one must create and embrace the crazy ideas. He pointed out that each generation has grown up with a different media outlet leading the way in delivering news, a cycle that is promised to continue with the development of new technologies. As journalists, we must embrace the outlets for news as much as the stories themselves. The world has come a long way from the first printings of books and pamphlets to what he labeled the “digital” age. Newton suggests the future of news sharing will become even quicker and delivered in a more personal matter the farther we go into the future.

  524. Reporting truthfully and accurately without further hurting victims during natural and man-made disasters was the theme of Must See Monday featuring Victory Merina from Reznet, and Ina Jaffe from NPR. The speakers covered how trauma isn’t always just for the victims of the disasters, it often can extend to the journalists covering wars, deaths and other disasters which increases the difficultly in covering the news right. Jaffe said her first breaking news event was a school shooting in 1989 in Los Angeles, in which the shooter killed 5-6 kids. “I covered the scene of them patching up the bullet holes so they could go to school the next day, but I was terrified of having to talk to children and stick a microphone in their face after this event,” Jaffe said. Jaffe said you cannot make it worse, that’s the bottom line do not make it worse for the people that are involved. Merina brought up covering the Rodney King case, he explained that covering the deaths resulting from the riots was the most challenging for the reporters. He said that he had to talk to someone who was open first before approaching the family as a whole, because they will allow the others to trust you. They said that trying to be humane as possible and showing respect helps all reporters trying to cover these stories. They also said that deadlines can’t affect our ability to get the full story, it’s a sign of respect to give the story the time it needs. The two said that it is troubling if you get this wrong as a human being, and increase the damage to the people dealing with sorrow. Respect for the victims was the theme of the night, as all cases they talked about demanded respect for the victims, the event, and the other people involved. Being able to connect to the people involved opened the door for Merina in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, because it allows for people to see that your not out to harm them. As a Cronkite student, I feel that we are blessed with the proper tools and training to allow us to cover these events right. We are required to take ethics, but also we learn how to report ‘old-fashioned,’ and more to get the best story not just the quick story. That training allows for us to be human beings as well as reporters.

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  529. Last night’s movie “The Pelican Brief,” was both suspenseful and intriguing. It is an action thriller that keeps you on your toes the whole time. Two supreme court Justices are murdered and a brief is written by Darby Shaw, who is played by Julia Roberts. This Pelican Brief is passed along to first a college professor then an FBI agent. The Brief contains the names of people in the White House who may have had reason to want the Supreme Court Justices dead. Darby Shaw, along with help from Gray Grantham who is played by Denzel Washington go on am relentless dangerous search for truth. After many near fatal encounters with hit-men and attackers Darby and Gray uncover the true culprit behind the assassinations. I really enjoyed this movie from not only an entertainment approach but a journalistic one as well. Darby Shaw and Gray Grantham provide a great example of investigative journalism. They both hold ethics and truth over everything even given the life threatening circumstances. The movie also demonstrates a kind of inverted triangle approach given that the murders are committed at the beginning of the movie rather than the end. I thoroughly enjoyed last night’s movie choice.

  530. Eric Newton presented a great Must See Monday that begged me to reflect on my own thoughts about the future of journalism and technology in general. Tonight’s lecture in the First Amendment Forum started first with a discussion of the past. Newton went over the evolution of journalism and the cycles that it has gone through. It was so interesting that he compared it to a cyclone, as it is “always turning and always moving forward.” It was also intriguing that Newton called this age “World War 3.0.” Comparing the predictions of what New york would be like in 1999 to what it really is like was also something that captivated my interest. It truly goes to show us that although we can predict the future, it is never certain. As the saying goes, the best way to predict the future is to create it. Tonights presentation left me fascinated at the possibilities for the future.

  531. What Eric Newton set before me was not only scary and inspiring, but extremely daunting. Scary in the sense that I may very well see my doom at the hands of a cold heartless robot, but also inspiring in the sense that I may see myself as one of the innovators that changes the game forever. It inspired me in more ways than no, though. I think that the only way to survive these days is to either cheat (which I don’t plan on doing) or to create. And I want to create. I feel the need every day to do something new, to bring something to the table that nobody has ever seen before. If I can do that in life, I will be happy. What Newton showed us today though, was daunting in many ways. I am not sure how I feel about the digital age, and I am not sure if I am going to survive it. it seems that everyday there is a new technology that baffles me, and to even grasp the idea of creating one of these vast new technologies makes me feel extremely small to say the least. Unfortunately for me, though, I am going to have to suck it up. Because like Eric Newton said, the age of machines is coming, whether we like it or not. To end on a more hopeful note, though, Eric told us that we as journalists will always be needed, at least in our lifetime. There will be no need for a robot to steal my job, and that makes me feel at ease for the most part. We will always need the innovation of the human mind if we are to progress the field of journalism. And like Isaac Newton said of knowledge: it “is a vast ocean in which i hope to someday explore.” I hope to do the same soon, and as I look out into the sea, my hunger to ride the waves is ever growing. I hope at the very least my hunger for new knowledge will get me somewhere. If not, I can always just work for FOX News.

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  537. Mr. Newton made some very interesting points in his lecture. We have been learning about the different eras of journalism in Principles and History of Journalism, nut I had never looked at the history of journalism in the way Mr. Newton suggested. Every generation really has been defined by their own media outlet. From the newspaper era to the television era, every generation has gotten their news differently and at different speeds. This creates a generation wide attention span, as Mr. Newton mentioned. The phrase “the latest scoop” has a different timeline for each era. In the newspaper era for example people were much more patient that those of us who grew up in the digital age.As far as “thinking crazy” to predict the future, I am not as on board with that idea. I do think that predicting the future can be effective. It can help a person be more prepared and adaptable. But, it can also create paranoia. While I see the validity of Mr. Newton’s predictions, I do not know how I could use them in my own life.

  538. ?Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, led the Must See Mondays lecture, “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110,” and made some dubious points about the gradual change in media and journalism. He began the chronological tour of the ever-changing media world with verbal communication, then upgraded to the pamphlet; penny press; the telegraph until we  arrived to where we are today—helplessly occupied by our cell phones, iPads, televisions and computers. He touched on how early popular TV programs helped the creation of many of the devices we have the opportunity of using. The Flintstones had its version of Skype, where its characters were able to communicate via video, and Star Trek unveiled the planet’s first cell phone. These out-of-the-box inventions backed the words of Newton, when he said we must think “crazy and out of this world,” when moving forward in this digital age.

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  540. “The first principle in predicting the future is to think crazy.” This is what Eric Newton, Senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, said tonight at Must See Monday. Before predicting what news will be like in future generations, Newton talked about what the past generations have been like. Starting in 1767, in the Compromise generation, pamphlets were the form of media that existed. Partisan weekly newspapers came in the Transcendental generation. The Gilded generation brought populist daily newspapers. The Associated Press arrived during the Progressive generation. Illustrated magazines came in the Missionary generation. The Lost generation brought major metropolitan daily newspapers. Photography in print arrived during the G.I. generation. Radio newscasts came in the Silent generation. The Boom generation brought glossy colored magazines. TV newscasts arrived during the Gen X generation. The World Wide Web came in the Millennial generation. Mobile and social media exist in the generation we are currently in, the Cyber generation, and will be in until 2026. After talking about the media that has existed in past generations, he went on to the predictions of what media will be like in the future. He also added, “When a media pops, that’s when it shapes us and we shape it.” The generation that is predicted for 2027-2047 is the Visionary generation. This will mainly be intelligent media, including smart grids, robotics and artificial intelligence. All media will be smart. Public information will be public the moment it enters a computer. The Hybrid Generation is predicted for 2048-2068. This will be based on bio media, including nanotechnology, media implants and enhanced human capacity. People will be able to pass their life experiences on. “People will be able to ask you questions when you’re dead and your digital memory will answer,” Newton said. You could hear laughter across the room after that. The generation that is predicted for 2069-2089 is the Courageous generation. This will mainly be hyper media, including cranial downloads and thought aggregators. From 2090-2110, the generation that is predicted is the Enlightened Generation. This will be based on omni media. So what’s a journalism major to do?Newton had five main points of advice:-Learn truthful storytelling in all media.-Watch a lot more science fiction.-Rewrite codes of ethics.-Develop sources for covering World War 3.0 and new social structures that may emerge.-Play your historic role without fear or favor, balancing mind, body and soul.Newton said there are many possible reasons why the predictions may not come true, but said “they’re definitely crazy, so they might happen.”

  541. Tonight’s Must See Monday with Eric Newton, the senior adviser to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, felt a lot like sitting in on a lecture from the prominent Stephen Hawking. Though I never experienced Hawking and his wild predictions personally, I knew that Newton related as another innovating mind just in the journalism world. He described in detail the new age of the media and how the media is changing within every generation. Today we live in a world of social and mobile media, but our world is looking to head into a few more eras which he names as: visionary, hybrid, courageous, and enlightened. Newton expresses the digital world to be like a cyclone how it turns, but keeps moving forward. He also believes that we take the ideas that people have come up with in the past and put them to action in the now. For example, “The Jetsons” cartoon show gave people today the idea of skype, and “Star Trek” would lead to the cell phone. Newton says that the key to evolving the digital age takes crazy thinking, “off the planet crazy” thinking.

  542. I thought the information presented at the Must See Monday was extremely thought-provoking. The concept of a WW3.0 and WW4.0 never occured to me, as it is not something I think about often. Also, the different generations to come after mine opened my eyes to the way the world will change, even while I am still on it. Technology today can seem mind-blowing; however, it will eventually become the norm and new technologies will take over. As a journalism major, I do wonder about the future of my craft. Perhaps journalism created by people in the future is meant to be a work of art, not a necessity vital for survival. Maybe journalism students should concentrate on the creativity of creating works instead of the hard news value. It will be a way to enruch lives, not dictate them.

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  544. While sitting in tonight’s Must See Monday lecture with Eric Newton, I started to ponder about what news media will look like one year from now. Or even five, ten years from now. It is so amazing to see how everyday people can make an impact on the whole world by just one little idea that gets branched off of many other things. I believe journalists are what hold the world together. Only 20 years ago is when the new online digital age began. Image what the 5 billion people in the world with cell phones would be like today if it were not for the writer of Star Trek who gave the man the idea to create the cell phone. Or think about the science fiction writer about the Jetsons, without him we wouldn’t have Skype. Just 5 years ago, college students could travel across the country and not get to see family or friends at all, but now with Skype our digital age is amazing. The world is advancing because of journalists and I am excited to see where we are heading. At the beginning of his speech, Mr. Newton said that people in their 20’s play key roles in inventing news media. With me being close to that age, I am extremely excited to contribute to the new advances in the world through my usage of journalism.

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  546. It was with bated breath that half of the Cronkite School listened as Eric Newton outlined a future too fantastic to imagine. The senior advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and founding editor of the Newseum organization urged students to “Think crazy–not outside of the box crazy, but off the planet crazy,” citing science fiction as responsible for triggering technology we now find commonplace. The inventor of the cell phone, he told us, eyes twinkling, got his idea from Star Trek’s communicators, and don’t forget George Jetson Skyping Jane his wife every day from work.Things soon turned a bit more serious. Newton explored historical cycles in the development of communication technology, revealing the potential for as many as five different major technological revolutions in most Cronkite students’ lifetimes. These would range from the current mobile and social media era, to smart grids and artificial intelligence in 2027, biological media in 2048 (“an augmented reality for us all,” he said), finally ending with Matrix-esque cranial implants in 2069, and warfare between humans and robotic media tools as early as 2090. It was very sobering to realize what change lies ahead for us. Yet as Newton spoke, I realized that many of his suggestions for what to do to prepare were something I’d already done, while others were an ongoing process. I grew up watching Star Trek and The Jetsons, so “watching more science fiction” will not be an issue. “Learning truthful storytelling” is one of the main goals the Cronkite school has set for their students. And “make friends with people who code and learn their language”? Why, I’m doing that one too. But “learn a new digital tool every day” and “invent new story forums”? “To get to this future, someone’s got to shape it,” Newton said. “That gets to be you.”

  547. The take home from this Must See Monday was:A reporter’s humanity is a strength, not a weakness. Both Ina Jaffe and Victor Merina gave numerous examples where retaining a sense of respect for subjects was instrumental to not only ethical reporting but to actually getting the story. Merina said that traumatized individuals and communities loathe “parachute reporting.” Communities tend to shut out or become hostile to reporters they perceive as being fixated on getting their “golden quote” or eight second sound bite. He urged journalists to take their time and observe the situation. By doing so, a journalist builds context and begins to gain the trust of a potentially hostile community.As I am currently enrolled in Tim McGuire’s ethics class this entire discussion sounded very familiar. I heard elements of the “golden rule” mixed with the importance of weighing truth telling against minimizing harm. I would say that Jaffe and Merina went a step forward when they agreed that a journalist’s coverage of a crisis should never make it worse. Beyond the importance of reporting ethically lay a very practical reason for acting properly. Jaffe said that it is better to get one good thing from a willing subject than forcing junk from a group of unwilling subject. Their advice may have sounded like common sense but I think it is important enough to warrant repeating:1. Take your time to get the story. Even if it takes five minutes longer, it is good journalism to wait and get the complete picture.2. Show respect.3. Minimize harm.

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  556. I thought it was interesting how this week’s Must See Monday was planned before the Tucson shooting occurred because the topic, “Communities in Crisis: Ethical Consideration for Journalists” is a fitting issue to discuss after such a tragedy. Nevertheless, the Must See Monday gave helpful insight on how to truthfully report and cover a crisis while remaining ethically sound that I think every journalist ought to know.Ina Jaffe from NPR West explained how she covered her first breaking news story, the Cleveland School shooting. One day, a man referred to as a loner showed up on the schoolyard and just started shooting around. Many children, mainly Southeast Asian refugees, were killed or wounded. Jaffe’s story was on how the school was patching up bullet holes, cleaning the schoolyard and planning to open the next day. Jaffe was horrified to have to stick a mic in the face of a child who just saw their classmates shot, but her editor said to not interview children. Instead, Jaffe reported on the scene and talked to people who were not children. Although children were the main ones who witnessed the event, interviewing them was crossing that ethical line that could have made the situation worse and more tragic. Children may have given insight into the horrific occurrence, but interviewing such young children would have brought more suffering.Based on his own experience covering tragedies and communities in crisis, Victor Merina from Reznet talked about the importance of observing your surroundings in addition to conducting interviews. When journalists are looking for that golden quote, they often fail at other things such as observing the location and people for the story. Observation can add much richness to stories and help the audience get a better picture of the scene. Merina also mentioned the importance of spending time with the people you interview to get a better understanding for the story. By taking that extra time to understand and make your sources feel comfortable, you build their trust and are more likely to gain helpful information for your article.I feel that this week’s Must See Monday gave valuable information and tips that many Cronkite students may need to use in their futures as journalists.

  557. Tonight’s Must See Monday speaker was Mr. Eric Newton, the senior advisor to the president of the John L. and James S. Knight Foundation. This foundation funds journalism projects across the nation, especially here at the Cronkite School. Mr. Newton’s discussion tonight focused on the history of the future of news, and how we can use the past to predict the future. He started off in 1767, in what he called the first era of news, and ended up in the year 2111, and predicted that by then, humans will have World War 4.0 against non-human things. This could include machines, technological robots. Furthermore, Mr. Newton said we could be living in World War 3.0 right now, and might do so well into the next decades. This war is in cyberspace, and he said countries do have tech armies right now, and are preparing to have a cyberspace war. Technology is so present now, that this war is plausible. He gave specific examples from science-fiction and other mediums to indicate that the past has successfully predicted the future in some cases. These examples included: Skype from the Jetsons, the iPad, and the cell phone from Star Trek. Others, like Pulitzer’s prediction in 1899 of what New York City would like in 1999, don’t pan out quite as while. Nonetheless, Mr. Newton advised us that technology, news and the media is changing constantly, and that we can use the past to gain insight into the future. I found his discussion to be very thought provoking and entertaining, and it was a privilege to hear him speak tonight at the Cronkite School.

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  559. For tonight’s Must See Monday, we had the opportunity to hear what Eric Newton, senior advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, speak about, “A History of the Future of News.” Newton said that journalism is, “a fair and intellectual search for the truth.” He spoke about how we are living in a digital age of media and explained to us communication’s exponential rise. Currently, we are in a progressive news medium, and the age is still rising. Newton said that science fiction writers use their imagination to predict what things and places will look like in the future. A few interesting examples were that the man who invented the cell phone got the idea from the phone used in the movie Star Trek, also in The Jetson’s the first version of skype was introduced. Newton explained that time comes in cycles. Depressions and crisis happens about every 80 years. The cycle of 80 years seems to persist even as information is exploding. Newton said that print media will die and most newspapers will be gone by the year 2047. By 2068, there will most likely be a machine awakening where implants of information could be placed within one’s brain. By 2099, information will be able to be downloaded into one’s brain and even after one dies, the information on the implants lives on. Newton said by this time news will simply turn into whatever we want to know and whatever we can download into our brains. Also, is the 80 year cycle continues, by 2110, World War 4 will occur. World War 4, from Newton’s standpoint will be not country against country, but more like the whole world of human beings against some type of non-human robot or creature. I found this information to be a far reach, but it definitely held my attention because science fiction shows all of these events happening mostly through movies, but it is all up in the air as to what could happen next. From a journalist’s standpoint, I am starting to believe that anything is possible.

  560. Tonight’s Must See Monday surprised me because I had not realized before tonight that technology has been rapidly changing and will continue to change each and every single day. Eric Newton did a great job explaining the timeline of technology and how it has evolved in journalism and around the world in general. By him showing a slideshow of how the timeline seemed to look like really helped me understand what he was trying to explain. I was fascinated when he mentioned how in the future somehow eventually there will be robots and other types of inventions for the human culture. I would only hear and see that in movies and I would have never thought that eventually our world will experience things like that. A thing I found unfortunate about journalism in the future is how print journalism will eventually be extinct. It seems as if that idea becomes much more true as each year passes by. Though I still have hope print journalism will still be alive for a very long time.

  561. “The digital age of communication” is how Eric Newton describes our current state in journalism.What does 1767 tell us about 2100? The history of communication, as described by Mr. Newton, is split up into four parts. The first being “visual,” as in the time of the cavemen. The next, “language” which started around 100,000 BCE. After that came “Mass Media” which started around 1450 CE. The last, for now, being the “Digital” age. We are currently in that state and have been since about 1991. Our current state in communications was made possible by Geostationary satellites. These were thought to be crazy before they were actually made. The key to innovation is being crazy and doing what was thought impossible. That is how we have been able to progress in the field of journalism.Is there anything that you see today that seems like a joke? Hover cars maybe? On an episode of the Jetsons, you can see the two main characters using what we would know as Skype. This show was made in the 1970’s, when nobody would have actually thought that Skype was possible. This pattern will continue to happen over time. Who can actually tell where the road will lead for communication and media?

  562. As we gathered in the First Amendment Forum we listened to Eric Newton who is the senior advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. His presentation was very interesting; he caught and held my attention throughout the entire time he shared with us Cronkite students. One phrase in particular that caught my interest was, “We’ve only scratched the surface of the digital age.” Newton, in my opinion, is one hundred percent right. If we look back throughout the years and see our progression as a society in technology we can conclude that there is much more room to grow. I see our society moving forward at a sky rocketing rate. Our generation is growing up with technology we can barely remember the times before Facebook and Twitter. Our news sources are coming to us faster than when they did by paper. I can imagine in the near future our technology leaders of tomorrow will have created something unique and wonderful to better serve our community.

  563. “It’s definitely crazy…so it might happen. Today we’re just scratching the surface of the digital age.”Eric Newton of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, spoke to us tonight about the future of journalism: “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110” and what we can supposedly expect in the years to come. His words were vivid, engaging and, at times, frightening. His presentation reminded me of the idea of a “literary journalist” like we learned in JMC110 earlier today. The world is always changing and journalists must change with it. In his prediction (along with the Newseum) by 2090, we will be in an Omni-Media state. With thought projection and telekinesis. Following the machine takeover. As fictitious as this sounds, his findings found that every 80 years there is a “great awakening,” or a great crisis/new war. While we are in the “multi-media” era, there is much more to follow, including the World War 3.0, an online, media war. I found this Must See Monday quite interesting and also scary. The world changes in an instant and I hope that the human race/journalists will be able to keep up.

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  565. A story of conspiracy, The Pelican Brief, starring award-winning actors Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington, depicts a thrilling and suspenseful investigation. I’ve always been fascinated with Washington D.C, and this film drives my intrigue even further because of its exposure of corruption within the capital. Also, it successfully demonstrates how far some people will go to cover up their lies and greed. As a journalist, this movie inspires me to dig deep for the truth, despite the possible frightening outcomes on the other end, like the blowing up of a car and most dramatically murder, as shown in the movie. Even though the film doesn’t exhibit all journalistic principles, such as when Darby (Roberts) lies about who she is in order to find Gray (Washington), the characters portray an honest search for answers. The movie beings with shocking deaths and then everyone who learns about the brief appears to be dying , but Gray’s curiosity and Darby’s persistence lead them to expose what a corrupt and murderous man Mattiece was. For a Cronkite Night at the movies this deserves five stars.

  566. Tonight’s movie was quite the treat! I was intrigued to watch The Pelican Brief, filled with lots of Denzel, and Julia Roberts of course, who is one of my favorite actresses. The combination of great actors, a thrilling plot and plenty of suspense thrown in made tonight’s feature my favorite movie shown in The First Amendment Forum to date. Not only was this movie about law and journalism, it also had a ton of unexpected twists! I was so shocked and horrified when the car bomb exploded and the whole audience seriously jumped in their seats. And the intense scene where the assassin was approaching the two main characters in the parking garage and the dog pops out of the car I was not prepared for at all! This movie was so engaging that when the disk stopped I was actually upset. Turns out it just needed to be turned over because it is old school I suppose. I truly enjoyed The Pelican Brief and I would recommend for everyone to watch it because it appeals to all audiences. What a wonderful way to spend my Wednesday night!

  567. Tonight’s Must-See Monday was presented by Dean Callahan and hosted by Eric Newton. Eric Newton is the Senior Adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Newton discussed four main topics with the audience about the future of news and comparing it to the past. 1. He stated how we are currently living in the digital age and no one can tell how it is going to turn out. 2. Science fiction has a large impact and influence on the society of journalism. 3. Each American generation comes of age as a different news medium is rising. 4. People in their 20s play a key role in inventing new news media. Newton’s presentation went on with slides of the history of how news and technology have simultaneously developed dating back to 1767. It was interesting seeing how he tied The Jetsons having a form of Skype, Star Trek having the first “cell phone” and Space Odyssey having the first “Ipad.” He then proceeded to predict the future of technology as far as 2089 along with “World War 4.0- humans against non-humans.” Not likely, right? According to Newton, “we predict the future based on what we know.” This MSM was very interesting and definitely brought my mind to places I’d never thought of before. To sum up this great discussion, Newton ended with; “To get to this future, someone’s got to shape it, and that person is you. Is that too much to handle? I don’t think so.”

  568. In today’s Must See Monday, Eric Newton definitely captured my attention. Mr. Newton’s points and analysis of the past make perfect sense-because it is obvious when we look back. However, he brought up an excellent point about the future. If we only imagine what falls in line with the present then it is not innovation. In his analysis, Eric Newton presented a few timeless truths. The most inspiring and encouraging thing was hearing him say “ People in their 20s play a key role in developing new media… always have.” We do not have to wait to start thinking of new things, in fact, we should not wait at all. We have so many tools at our disposal. At the very least, we can start blogging and using social media. However, we also have the support of student organizations and programs. This is the time for change. Mr. Newton made another excellent point when he said, “ All the things you do now become exponentially more important as technology becomes exponentially larger.” It will become increasingly easier for people to abuse the news through technology which will create a larger demand for those who uphold journalistic values. It will also become more difficult to keep the audience interested, which will challenge journalists to be the very best and most creative. We’re the pioneers of the future.

  569. Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation gave Cronkite students a glimpse into the future tonight. The future, as Newton described it, is one in which journalism and mass communication is constantly changing, just as it has for centuries. Newton’s future involves everything from “news bots” to “cranial implants.” Technology that currently feels at home in a science fiction movie but according to Newton the future he described “is definitely crazy so it might just happen.” In fact science fiction is exactly what Newton points to if we want a peek of what the future may have in store for us. Shows like Star Trek and The Jetsons have already demonstrated this by predicting current technology like cell phones and Skype. As members of the beginning of the digital age Newton believes we are simply “scratching the surface” of what this era has in store for us. As technology progresses so will the future of journalism. “The technology has driven the future of news,” said Newton.

  570. I thought the information presented at the Must See Monday was extremely thought-provoking. The concept of a WW3.0 and WW4.0 never occured to me, as it is not something I think about often. Also, the different generations to come after mine opened my eyes to the way the world will change, even while I am still on it. Technology today can seem mind-blowing; however, it will eventually become the norm and new technologies will take over. As a journalism major, I do wonder about the future of my craft. Perhaps journalism created by people in the future is meant to be a work of art, not a necessity vital for survival. Maybe journalism students should concentrate on the creativity of creating works instead of the hard news value. It will be a way to enruch lives, not dictate them.

  571. The Cronkite School ended the semester with a Must See Monday that explored the great strides students are making as digital media entrepreneurs. Dan Gillmor and CJ Cornell introduced four students who accepted a challenge and dove head first into the ambiguous world of entrepreneurship. Each had their own project that proved innovation in new media is the next step in journalism. From community service to a modern day town crier the students have taken a look at what people need and how to address that need with what the community already has. The display of student projects was a glowing affirmation that we have the ability to create our own place in the world. With the intentions to inform the public around us we have the chance to secure ourselves financially as well. New media seems to be a constant in every facet of life today. With the release of the iPad, continuous updates to our favorite search engines, or the LCD screens that play while we pump our gas, the outlet for journalism is growing and these students are taking full advantage of it. This Must See Monday confirms that the Cronkite School is on the cusp of innovation; adapting to the rapid changes that effect the world of journalism every day, like the opportunities for students through the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship, ensures that the school is molding Journalists that will thrive.

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  576. To be frank, tonight’s MSM has left me freaked out about the future. A world war where we fight nonhumans? Despite how crazy this sounds, Eric Newton, Senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, has me completely convinced that this is where the digital age is leading the world.“Everyday there’s cyber-attacks already,” Newton said. “We’ve already entered World War 3.0.”Well, don’t I just feel silly for not looking at technology at this angle. I’m a journalist, and I feel like my job is to take the truth and look at it from every angle. Newton definitely changed the Internet’s perspective to me tonight.I’m still a firm believer that social media and the Internet has benefited journalism, News is now, not yesterday. However, I never considered the concept that “we build the machines that build more intelligent machines” as Newton said. In that world, which happens to be the present, machines are going to become smarter than the humans who originally invented them.That’s pretty much where I became freaked out. Then Newton discussed how information will be “downloaded into brains,” and robobots will consume our lives, and it’s a little too much to comprehend.Unfortunately, I find this all very believable though. Like Newton said, Skype was merely an idea of off the Jetsons. Who knew?!Clearly this new world, we’ve only begun to delve into, has opportunities as far the one’s imagination goes. Newton recommends reading more scifi, well sure if that will help me survive this technological universe, and then I’ll suck it up and try to gain ideas from my imaginations and from science fiction.Newton said he’s almost glad he’ll be dead before the robobots take over and World War 4.0 begins, I almost wish I could say that. This new future is exciting but right now has me afraid that humans won’t be the high power anymore. In my world, that’s just science fiction.

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  578. When I saw that “The Pelican Brief” was being shown, I was too excited. I had never seen the movie before, but I knew that Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington were in the film. Denzel Washington and Julia Roberts make a great muckraking team, if that’s a correct way to word it. Before seeing this movie, I often thought about how dangerous it would be as an investigative journalist. Seeing this movie only confirms my thoughts. Julia plays the role of Darby Shaw, who is a student at Tulane University Law School. Darby is under surveillance, so she is hiding out from the assassinator, who is chasing her. She is gets in contact with Gray Grantham (Denzel) and he meets her in New York City. They figure this whole thing out together and thankfully it is a good ending, actually a great ending. This movie allows myself to know that I will never be involved in political or investigative journalism.

  579. Eric Newton blew the roof off of the Cronkite institute! His farfetched yet seemingly possible theory of media history left the audience wondering how the movies and shows they watched in their youth predicted the now present future. His words “Science fiction is doing a better job at bridging history than the experts” had the audiences’ gears turning. No matter how crazy Newton’s theory might seem, once one takes a look at the evolution of human communication his ideas do not seem so impossible. We live in a world that has evolved from natural, cyclical, and linear ways of thinking to a world that utilizes a multi-platform broadband connection to stay in touch. The future is not set in stone and he showed us that with our known capability to exponentially increase the speed of communication. It is evident in our past; from pamphlets, to partisan weekly newspapers, to the penny press papers, to the contemporary speed of The Associated Press, as well as in the cycle of awakenings or crisis that some experts say reach back to the dawn of human communication. His words and his evidence piqued at my imagination, raising images of a future where there are no longer humans and machines but a hybrid, a being so intelligent that its only goal is to achieve perfection. Achieve perfection in a cyber world where imagination and battlefronts have no boundaries, where the newest apple technology and the latest fashion trend are simultaneous, where news is where you want it to be and you are where the news is. A world where everyone is a part of the same sentient environment, where mankind is no longer at war with itself but with species that are not of flesh and blood but of gigs and bytes. We have definitely crossed into a new era unlike any the world has ever seen; the possibilities extend beyond the last horizon. We have barely scratched the surface of this new digital age. It pleases me to know that myself as well as my peers are the architect that drives this massive engine of change. We will be the ones who deal with the truthfulness and accuracy of the media, the ones who will master this technology based reporting, evolve with every new digital tool, the ones who rewrite the code of ethics, and the ones who will deal with all the results. It is us that execute the plans that build a culture of continuous change.

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    Jewish Rabbis have publicly announced that their Messiah will be revealed in the coming years who will be a leader and spiritual guide to all nations, gathering all religions under the worship of one God.

    Biblical prophecy tells us that this Jewish Messiah who will take the stage will be the antichrist “who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God” (2 Thessalonians 2:4). For a time he will bring about a false peace, but “Therefore when you see the ‘abomination of desolation,’ spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (Matthew 24:15)…then there will be great tribulation, such as has not been since the beginning of the world until this time, no, nor ever shall be” (Matthew 24:21).

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    Referring to the last days, this could only be speaking of a cashless society, which we have yet to see, but are heading towards. Otherwise, we could still buy or sell without the mark amongst others if physical money was still currency. This Mark couldn’t be spiritual because the word references two different physical locations. If it was spiritual it would just say in the forehead. RFID microchip implant technology will be the future of a one world cashless society containing digital currency. It will be implanted in the right-hand or the forehead, and we cannot buy or sell without it. Revelation 13:11-18 tells us that a false prophet will arise on the world scene doing miracles before men, deceiving them to receive this Mark. Do not be deceived! We must grow strong in Jesus. AT ALL COSTS, DO NOT TAKE IT!

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    “EITHER HUMAN INTELLIGENCE ULTIMATELY OWES ITS ORIGIN TO MINDLESS MATTER OR THERE IS A CREATOR…” – JOHN LENNOX

    We all know God exists. Why? Because without Him, we couldn’t prove anything at all. Do we live our lives as if we cannot know anything? No. So why is God necessary? In order to know anything for certain, you would have to know everything, or have revelation from somebody who does. Who is capable of knowing everything? God. So to know anything, you would have to be God, or know God.

    A worldview without God cannot account for the uniformity and intelligibility of nature. And why is it that we can even reason that God is the best explanation for this if there is no God? We are given reason to know or reject God, but never to know that He does not exist.

    It has been calculated by Roger Penrose that the odds of the initial conditions for the big bang to produce the universe that we see to be a number so big, that we could put a zero on every particle in the universe, and even that would not be enough to use every zero. What are the odds that God created the universe? Odds are no such thing. Who of you would gamble your life on one coin flip?

    Is there evidence that the Bible is the truth? Yes. Did you know that the creation accounts listed in the book of Genesis are not only all correct, but are also in the correct chronological order? That the Bible doesn’t say the Earth was formed in six 24-hour days but rather six long but finite periods of time? That the Bible makes 10 times more creation claims than all major “holy” books combined with no contradictions, while these other books have errors in them? The Bible stood alone by concurring with the big bang saying, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth” (Genesis 1:1); and says our universe is expanding, thousands of years before scientists discovered these things. Watch a potential life-changing video on the website listed below with Astronomer(PhD) Hugh Ross explaining all these facts based on published scientific data. He has authored many books, backed even by atheist scientists.

    Jesus came to pay a debt that we could not; to be our legal justifier to reconcile us back to a Holy God; only if we are willing to receive Him: “For the wages of sin is death…” (Romans 6:23).

    God so loved the world that He gave us His only begotten son, so that whoever believes in Him, through faith, shall not perish, but have everlasting life. Jesus says if we wish to enter into life to keep the commands! The two greatest commands are to love God with all your heart, soul, strength, and mind; and your neighbor as yourself. All the law hang on these commands. We must be born of and lead by the Holy Spirit, to be called children of God, to inherit the kingdom. If we are willing to humble ourselves in prayer to Jesus, to confess and forsake our sins, He is willing to give the Holy Spirit to those who keep asking of Him; giving us a new heart, leading us into all truth!

    Jesus came to free us from the bondage of sin. The everlasting fire was prepared for the devil and his angels due to disobedience to God’s law. If we do the same, what makes us any different than the devil? Jesus says unless we repent, we shall perish. For sin is the transgression of the law. We must walk in the Spirit so we may not fulfill the lusts of the flesh, being hatred, fornication, drunkenness and the like. Whoever practices such things will not inherit the kingdom (Galatians 5:16-26). If we sin, we may come before Jesus to ask for forgiveness (1 John 2:1-2). Evil thoughts are not sins, but rather temptations. It is not until these thoughts conceive and give birth by our own desires that they become sin (James 1:12-15). When we sin, we become in the likeness of the devil’s image, for he who sins is of the devil (1 John 3:8); but if we obey Jesus, in the image of God. For without holiness, we shall not see the Lord (Hebrews 12:14).

    The oldest religion in the world is holiness through faith (James 1:27). What religion did Adam and Eve follow before the fall? Jesus, Who became the last Adam, what religion does He follow? Is He not holy? He never told us to follow the rituals and traditions of man but to take up our cross and follow Him (Luke 9:23). There are many false doctrines being taught leading people astray. This is why we need the Holy Spirit for discernment. Unlike religion, holiness cannot be created. It is given to us from above by the baptism of the Spirit. Jesus is more than a religion; He is about having a personal relationship with the Father. Start by reading the Gospel of Matthew, to hear the words of God, to know His character and commandments. Follow and obey Jesus, for He is the way, the truth, and the life!

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  593. Eric Newton’s lecture emphasizes the progression of technology throughout the years and its role in journalism’s evolution. Science fiction writers and past movies have seemed to generate the overall outcome of technology through predictions, rendering this reality completely mind-altering. To think that the “cyclone” which is always turning and moving forward has ties to preconceived notions made by society in just which direction this whirlwind would go in, establishes steps in technology as completely impressionable ones. We, the people decide how we want technology to be involved in our lives and to what extent. However, it has come to the point that we may have to prepare for the control we seem to have a hold on now to be surrendered to the very variable that we command currently-technology. After hearing Newton stress the importance of the influence of these changes upon our own career paths, this revelation enabled me to open my eyes up to the future of journalism. Inevitably, we are held hostage to the concept of technology being the core of our existence. A wave of fear and excitement come over me as I present Newton’s words to myself over and over again. This “World War 3.0” is present whether we want to acknowledge it or not and the rate at which technology has progressed just throughout these last twenty years should be drastic enough for us to address such an issue.

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  599. Eric Newton blew the roof off of the Cronkite institute! His farfetched yet seemingly possible theory of media history left the audience wondering how the movies and shows they watched in their youth predicted the now present future. His words “Science fiction is doing a better job at bridging history than the experts” had the audiences’ gears turning. No matter how crazy Newton’s theory might seem, once one takes a look at the evolution of human communication his ideas do not seem so impossible. We live in a world that has evolved from natural, cyclical, and linear ways of thinking to a world that utilizes a multi-platform broadband connection to stay in touch. The future is not set in stone and he showed us that with our known capability to exponentially increase the speed of communication. It is evident in our past; from pamphlets, to partisan weekly newspapers, to the penny press papers, to the contemporary speed of The Associated Press, as well as in the cycle of awakenings or crisis that some experts say reach back to the dawn of human communication. His words and his evidence piqued at my imagination, raising images of a future where there are no longer humans and machines but a hybrid, a being so intelligent that its only goal is to achieve perfection. Achieve perfection in a cyber world where imagination and battlefronts have no boundaries, where the newest apple technology and the latest fashion trend are simultaneous, where news is where you want it to be and you are where the news is. A world where everyone is a part of the same sentient environment, where mankind is no longer at war with itself but with species that are not of flesh and blood but of gigs and bytes. We have definitely crossed into a new era unlike any the world has ever seen; the possibilities extend beyond the last horizon. We have barely scratched the surface of this new digital age. It pleases me to know that myself as well as my peers are the architect that drives this massive engine of change. We will be the ones who deal with the truthfulness and accuracy of the media, the ones who will master this technology based reporting, evolve with every new digital tool, the ones who rewrite the code of ethics, and the ones who will deal with all the results. It is us that execute the plans that build a culture of continuous change.

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  601. Tonight’s Must See Monday was all about time travel with Eric Newton a senior advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Mr. Newton laid out four points that have defined each generation of news and media one of the most important being that people in their twenties play a key role in inventing news. This point was very relevant to us as journalism students and because the majority of us are in or around our twenties. Newton gave a brief history of the news and media dating back to 1767 and ending with our generation now. Then he took the audience on time traveling trip to the year 2110 and gave his predictions of what he believes the future hold for the media. “You must be crazy,” Newton said to the audience. Throughout his explanation of his “crazy” ideas he mentioned a World War 3.0, which consists of a war that has already begun in the digital arena. Ideas of media implants and computers who talk back finally lead Newton the final point of the future: World War 4.0 humans vs. machines. All of Newton’s ideas were loosely based off of previous science fiction flicks such as “The Matrix” and “IRobot”, which seems so obvious but yet so strange. Newton then went on the end the night with his thought that our generation is “just scratching the surface of the media.” Over all this discussion was very loose and not cemented. I found it hard to take his predictions seriously when he would show us pictures of movies that had already featured this crazy idea. I guess that was the point of the discussion though, to think crazy.

  602. Must See Monday went into the depths of digital media entrepreneurship, and the projects that ASU students have completed. Dan Gillmor and CJ Cornell introduced the concept and four different projects that students have produced, and all proved that many changes to life are possible with new media. Why digital media, and the Cronkite school? This is my favorite topic that was introduced. Cornell talked about how he we are in the second age of digital media innovation, the first was all technology, and now it’s in our hands to change the use and content on in new media. If you look at the first half of the innovation, new tech companies like Yahoo, Google, Apple, and Microsoft have all made major profits with the internet. Things such as a search engine, which seems so simple to us now, changed the way the human race can get information. Now it’s our chance to not only benefit financially as innovative journalists, but help change how people get information and change the world for the better. The four projects introduced show how diverse our projects can be. Anything from community service to information about the light rail community can be used as a focus for a project. Once again, the magic thing about this is that by helping people get news and information these projects also have the chance to be highly profitable. This proves that there are great ways to make money, and that great journalism is adaptable. Must See Monday really implemented the idea to me that the Cronkite School is on to something by giving students the teaching and funding through the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship to make both money and a difference.

  603. Tonight’s movie was “The Pelican Brief” which starred Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington. Julia Roberts plays Darby Shaw, who write a brief pinning the murders of two Supreme Court justices on the White House. Gray Grantham, a reporter for the Washington Herald, helps Darby in her search for justice–and for her own safety, since she is constantly under attack. Overall, I really enjoyed this movie because the plot was very interesting and the movie was full of suspense, which I love. I also really liked how the movie started out because I was shocked as to why these justices were being murdered, but as the movie progressed it revealed important details about the case. From a journalistic perspective, I thought this movie showcased top-notch investigative journalism from both Darby and Gray. They never gave up their mission to unveil the truth, even in the midst of eminent danger, and that is what makes a truly successful and determined investigative journalist.

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  611. During the Must See Monday on November 14, 2011 we were able to learn about the future of journalism. Eric Newton, who is the Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, told us that the future of journalism is unknown. He spoke of the beginning and life of journalism throughout all of time, even mentioning the estimate of the very first news story, 1-2 M B.C. He also told us how mass media changed the world, with the beginning of printing books and newspapers. Journalism has gradually changed over the generations, and this is because every eighty years there is a great awakening. This means there are new thoughts and ideas being used to better journalism and media that eventually changes how it was previously done. When he spoke of the future of journalism, he helped us imagine a news story from across the world, in which the story was presented as if you were actually there watching it play out through Nano technology. He gave us several big ideas involving the future of journalism to think about because “we are only scratching the surface of the digital age”.

  612. This week’s Cronkite’s night at the movies was thrilling to say the least. “The Pelican Brief” was thrilling and exhilarating. The movie is surrounded by a conspiracy underlying the murder of two very different Supreme Court justices sends people into a frenzy, causing numerous murders and leads to a complicated journey to the truth. The murders that take place at the beginning of the movie are very intriguing and really reel the audience in. One thing this movie does really well is the use of the “shock factor.” A lot of the murders to me were so unexpected and bizarre. The story really leaves the audience asking themselves what just happened and what is going to happen next. Each time I thought it couldn’t get any crazier it does, which makes for a great story and movie. Another thing the movie really displays well is paranoia. The characters show it well and there were even times where I got paranoid just watching it. The fact that the reporter gets paranoid in his cabin shows his belief in Darby’s story and understanding of the seriousness of what they are dealing with. There were many times in the movie when I found myself thinking this can’t get any worse, then some light shines on the subject only to get even darker than it was before. The action was very effective as there were times when my heart started racing in anticipation especially during the parking garage scene toward the end of the movie. A part from being really entertaining I found the investigative reporting very well thought out. Although they do some sneaking that could be thought of as bad, I think that there intentions were very pure. Once again, this movie made me appreciate journalism. The reporter, Grantham, knew how serious obtaining information on the brief was but he investigated it anyway. It really boosted my assurance that journalism is the profession for me. Although not all stories are going to be as exciting or life threatening as the one in the movie, my goal is to help people which is ultimately what Grantham does by taking on this story. I am really glad that I attended this week’s movie as it was super entertaining. I could find myself watching this movie again.

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  614. The Cronkite School ended the semester with a Must See Monday that explored the great strides students are making as digital media entrepreneurs. Dan Gillmor and CJ Cornell introduced four students who accepted a challenge and dove head first into the ambiguous world of entrepreneurship. Each had their own project that proved innovation in new media is the next step in journalism. From community service to a modern day town crier the students have taken a look at what people need and how to address that need with what the community already has. The display of student projects was a glowing affirmation that we have the ability to create our own place in the world. With the intentions to inform the public around us we have the chance to secure ourselves financially as well. New media seems to be a constant in every facet of life today. With the release of the iPad, continuous updates to our favorite search engines, or the LCD screens that play while we pump our gas, the outlet for journalism is growing and these students are taking full advantage of it. This Must See Monday confirms that the Cronkite School is on the cusp of innovation; adapting to the rapid changes that effect the world of journalism every day, like the opportunities for students through the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship, ensures that the school is molding Journalists that will thrive.

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  621. The take home from this Must See Monday was:A reporter’s humanity is a strength, not a weakness. Both Ina Jaffe and Victor Merina gave numerous examples where retaining a sense of respect for subjects was instrumental to not only ethical reporting but to actually getting the story. Merina said that traumatized individuals and communities loathe “parachute reporting.” Communities tend to shut out or become hostile to reporters they perceive as being fixated on getting their “golden quote” or eight second sound bite. He urged journalists to take their time and observe the situation. By doing so, a journalist builds context and begins to gain the trust of a potentially hostile community.As I am currently enrolled in Tim McGuire’s ethics class this entire discussion sounded very familiar. I heard elements of the “golden rule” mixed with the importance of weighing truth telling against minimizing harm. I would say that Jaffe and Merina went a step forward when they agreed that a journalist’s coverage of a crisis should never make it worse. Beyond the importance of reporting ethically lay a very practical reason for acting properly. Jaffe said that it is better to get one good thing from a willing subject than forcing junk from a group of unwilling subject. Their advice may have sounded like common sense but I think it is important enough to warrant repeating:1. Take your time to get the story. Even if it takes five minutes longer, it is good journalism to wait and get the complete picture.2. Show respect.3. Minimize harm.

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  623. I just attended the Must See Monday event featuring Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, discussing “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110.” Newton gave a detailed summary about past journalistic experiences and models that have proved successful. As we advance into what is known as the “digital age,” people can see, hear, read and listen to the news at any time, Newton said. From the 1600s to the present, journalism has clearly advanced into a vastly technology-driven world. “Is this too much for 20-somethings to handle?” Newton asked. The answer to this question is debatable. At times, I feel overwhelmed with all of the different news and media that is constantly thrown into my face. Whether it is a big, graphic picture on a website or an obnoxious tweet on Twitter, I feel that I can never truly escape the media. Being a journalism student I appreciate how readily available the news is, but I would like choose how often I am exposed to that news. Do we look into the past to predict what the future holds? Newton feels that the answer could be yes. With the fast-paced technological developments made thus far, it seems only fitting that mind-reading robots and computers could be a possibility. Newton used various futuristic movies to demonstrate how ideas from the past were actually transformed into real inventions today. Newton used the famous Star Trek TV series as an example, stating that in the TV show characters used cellphone devices to communicate. Years later, the cellphone was created and later improved, allowing people to regularly check updates and read news articles in seconds. Newton stated that the inventor of the cellphone was actually inspired by the Star Trek devices in his creation of the cellphone. Newton also referenced the movie I, Robot, suggesting that perhaps robots and other inventions in films today could predict future technology developments. Newton emphasized that as technology progresses from past to present to future, how we consume the news will change as well. In the past, all people had were newspapers and now people can access any type of news at anytime from multiple devices. Could robots possibly be our future links to the news? In a seemingly digital world, it is easy to question the availability in the job market for journalists graduating college. However, Newton instilled a little confidence in the young journalist audience, stating that there will still be jobs in the future for journalists. Although most news is displayed on the Internet now, the job market will adapt to future news and media creations and outlets. Finding a successful career as a journalist in the future is simply a question of learning the new modes of communication, Newton said. I really enjoyed Newton’s presentation and I found it very informative!

  624. Eric Newton-Must See MondayThe future of journalism is pretty exciting, but is also scary at the same time. Journalism has evolved so very much, especially in recent years. Generationally, we have seen massive news sharing changes over time from pamphlets to tweets. The future generations will even see bigger changes as the world evolves. His topic reached all of us as students looking for a career in journalism. A key thing to remember is we must understand the past of our field, to be leading journalist of tomorrow. There are tons of jobs out there for journalist but they just might not be traditional jobs working for a large news organization. One thing that has not changed is the principal journalism is that it’s our job to tell the truth. Overall I think this is one of the most informative must see Mondays we have had. The information really caught my attention and made me excited for my future career as a journalist. I can not to be a part of the ever changing field, we as leaders in the journalism world coming from Cronkite, will be equipped to cover the world in any medium.

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  634. Tonight’s Must See Monday invigorated my thoughts for the future and furthered my curiosity for the present. The advisor to the President of the Knight Foundation, Eric Newton, stopped by the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus to present an interesting speech about the digital advancements that are furthering our generation into farthest spaces of the future. From introducing the computers to showing off cell phones to finally advancing into an Apple addicted generation, Newton showed the growth of each of our ages and how we are slowly becoming a completely digital dependent world. Eric had also brought up some new growth in our digital age with some new inventions that included wearable digital media, an enhanced reality and even a digital implant. Throughout his speech Newton also mentioned various predictions cartoons have made, like the Jetsons, with small screens and even Sci-Fi flicks like Star Trek, with cellular devices. Overall tonight’s Must See Monday was extremely thought provoking and showed me how so much of our past has affected our present. Which causes me to wonder, what can be expected of our future?

  635. Tonight I listened to Eric Newton give his presentation on “A history of the future of news: What 1767 tells us about 2110” Eric Newton is a seasoned and hardworking journalist and is currently the senior advisor to the president of the Knight foundation. During his presentation he outlined some various points including stating that no one knows how the future will turn out, science fiction is doing the best job of depicting the future, and every generation grows up with a different common type of media. Newton talked a lot about the Evolution of Human Communication. Starting with the visual age during 1-2M BC and going all the way through to the 90’s and today with the digital age. Newton noted that communications is on an exponential rise and that we predict the future based on what we know now. He also cited some obvious examples of science fiction depicting the future with Skype on the Jetsons, cell phones on Star Trek, and the iPad on A Space Odyssey. Newton opened my eyes to the fact that each generation comes of age as a different news medium is rising with awakenings and crises occurring every 80 years. This timeline is extremely consistent. I loved his thoughts on the future of digital media and it opened my eyes to many things that were slightly obvious yet I did not realize. I really appreciated this presentation.

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  637. Thomas Jefferson once famously said, “Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” The significance of Jefferson’s quote extends beyond his disdain towards bureaucratic governments, but into two principles of journalism: accountability and objectivity. In the movie The Pelican Brief, this meant exposing corrupt government officials—including the president of the United States—in a cover-up that brought about the death of two Supreme Court justices and other characters. Darby Shaw, the law student whose professor was murdered (portrayed by Julia Roberts) sought out Gray Grantham a Washington news reporter (portrayed by Denzel Washington) to help unearth the injustices committed. The movie concluded with Grantham going to press with the information, and justice was held to those who committed the crimes. Thematically, The Pelican Brief exemplifies journalism principles to correctly differentiate the difference between fact and fiction, and to hold onto those convictions tightly—even when the consequences loom large.

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