One of the fascinating things about YouTube is that it grants you access to video you would never have come across on your own. There simply never was a mechanism for finding and viewing clips of this sort before.
"Media," tracing its way back to the Gutenberg Printing Press, started out broadcasting as a priviledged few-to-few. The rise of the Mass Media in the 19th (Print) and 20th (Electronic) centuries turned media into a few-to-many communication form.
Today, media is many-to-many.
Which leads me to this video clip from the South African jungle. It is utterly fascinating — I can guarantee you’ve never seen anything like this before. Perhaps there are some lessons in it for life.
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