Music consumption habits change, and here’s a cool info-graphic to show current trends. Philip Bump at Mediaite poses an interesting question in his post Breaking down then rebuilding the media industry one atom of content at a time , with reference to the digitalisation of music; Did people gain a taste for picking out their favourite nuggets – or did MP3s allow people to realise a latent desire? There are fundamental changes in the way we continue to consume media – but are all shifts driven by human desire, or does technology start to alter the way we think?
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