Two years ago I felt the buzz of the new media revolution. It clattered around the back-channels of the Web, and spoke of the founding of a new company, YouTube, and bandied about terms and phrases like “unlimited bandwidth” and “user-created content.” I watched as Apple added video to the iPod, Adobe bought Flash and Flash became the stream king, AOL and Microsoft did goofy things to try and adapt.

Now YouTube is a noun, an adjective, and a verb. Apple makes money selling video. TV shows become popular first on the Web then on cable. Tivo turns to video to save themselves.

I read about these things, witness them happen, ponder what’s next, and RSS myself until my eyes blear over with the virtual mist of pixel dust. So I figured I might as well start a blog.