The History of Content, From Cave Paintings to Flipboard [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted: January 26, 2011 in Uncategorized
Like the infographic on content! Quite a long way we have come in terms of how content is created and delivered. My Blog is hoping to be a great content provider also!

Social Media News and Web Tips – Mashable – The Social Media Guide

Remember when newspapers were king? How about the golden years of radio? Or when carrier pigeons ruled the roost? These content vessels often seem like bygone relics of a simpler time.

In a charmingly illustrated infographic, we peruse the history of content, from cave paintings to the digital era’s Flipboard. A lot has happened in the time between town criers and the Kindle, but our creation and consumption of news-related content has remained a constant factor for most cultures throughout human history.

As the newspaper industry undergoes violent changes, and more and more publications optimize for modern form factors, we wonder what format content will appear in next.

Have a look at this infographic, which was created by digital marketer Philip Sheldrake and illustrator Nic Hinton, and let us know what you think the future of content holds.

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