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    Tonight’s must-see Monday was a presentation by Eric Newton about “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110.” He spoke of the evolving ages of ideas and movements in technology and communication since 1767. According to Newton, “Every American generation grows up with a different type of media in a sentence.” Essentially, the way we go wrong when predicting the future is by leaving it to the experts to predict based on what they know now. However, we must see the “cyclone around us,” the forward movement unleashing tremendous force. Newton talked about how science fiction, in fact, is more on track in predicting the future than the experts. Throughout the presentation he went through each age’s signature technological advancement and the probable and pressing future of World War 3.0 of cyber armies, and the importance of our “millennial” generation to innovate and transcend the limits of today, to shape the future in preparation of World War 4.0, the probability of a world war of humans against machines, wearable media, universal database transparency. In retrospect, the goal throughout all awakening and crises that occur every 80 years is to improve more truthful storytelling in all media, to change and adapt to the times as living , growing and evolving journalism.

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    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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    Eric Newton’s presentation on the History of the Future of News wrapped up the first half of the 21st Century Media Organization and Entrepreneurship course. Newton touched on a few topics, including the new age of human communication: the digital age, how science fiction is doing a good job of predicting the future of media, undiscovered patterns in news media, and how people in their 20s play key roles in inventing the future of news media.He noted that every generation grows up with a different type of media. These started out as pamphlets, partisan weeklies and populist dailies in the 1700s. In more recent years, new forms of media have been the world wide web and social media. Newton predicted 4 future generations: visionary, hybrid, courageous and enlightened. These generations will experience forms of media that include intelligent media (artificial intelligence), bio media (media implants), hyper media (cranial downloads) and omni media (telekinesis).Newton said there is a great awakening in society every 80 years, such as a war, and one of these great awakenings in the future may be a war of humans against machines or something non-human in the enlightened generation. He noted that as of last year, the United States government considered cyberspace an area of war.The most resonating message from Newton’s presentation was that in order to predict the future, you have to “think crazy,” not just out-of-the-box crazy, but “off the planet.”

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