The LA Times is shocked to find that most film consumers still use DVDs rather than online streams, etc. Am I the only one not surprised by this? And am I the only one suspicious of the idea that consumers are going to cease going to the theaters so they can watch movies on iPods and never leave the house?
I'm inherently a techno-skeptic. I don't own a cell phone. And I think as technology develops more and more quickly, we'll find that people cling more and more to the old familiar. Take the little Bluetooth ear things. They aren't the wave of the future. In fifteen years, they'll be what people use to make fun of this era.