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"Oh no! Another 2.0!"

I happened upon this presentation from the Economist Group on the future of media consumption and sharing (aka Leanback 2.0) while tooling around Slideshare.

While I couldn't help but wince at the fatigue inducing, PR driven "2-dot-oh" suffix, the content itself was not only deeply interesting but beautifully produced with a reserved sophistication in keeping with The Economist brand.

Worth looking at if only to appreciate the well executed design aesthetic.

Pump it up!

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