“The digital revolution is almost as disruptive to the traditional media business as electricity was to the candle business.”—Ken Auletta, media commentator for The New Yorker, speaking last week to IJNet. Almost?
“None of the eurosceptics baying for a referendum objects to Mayfair, Kensington and Knightsbridge becoming ghost towns owned by foreigners, nor to swaths of our great companies and brands falling into foreign ownership. This loss of control and autonomy is fine. But to make common cause with our European neighbours to enlarge our capacity to act in the world causes collective heart failure.”—Will Hutton in the Guardian