Thursday, March 21, 2013

1957 from then till now!

Jack - there is a great deal to think about in your response to my comment on this thread - Be Careful Who You Feed I remember back in 1973 when I had just recently left working for ABC Pictures (worldwide sales and distribution division - part of the American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. later Capital Cities and now part of Disney) - there was a very very small company formed by a few of the former ABC executives called LIN Broadcasting which was not only in a few of the television markets throughout the country but which began purchasing the cellular rights in a few of the different markets in the US and which was later sold to AT&T - when the LIN Broadcasting Company was started and during the struggling years of obtaining the cellular licenses there was little knowledge by the general public of this force that was growing and preparing the country and then the world for the cell phone and now smart phone infusion into most everyone's life of this technology - and at the same time the big three networks in the television world were thriving - since that time many things have evolved and changed and morphed into things that are now unrecognizable from where they were at that time - which seems like just a few short years ago - but the world has nevertheless changed in many big and better and not so better ways for different people in different industries depending on from which perspective and corner of the world you have come from - and what I am saying is that things are still changing and will continue to change in many big - grand and for some people - extremely unbelievable ways - the forces creating these changes and which will continue changing in the future have already begun and to show the light of the day and are making the entire industry of art selling transform as well as the selling of just about any product whatever it is - and I can foresee these changes greatly changing the brick and mortar galleries to either fold or totally reinvent their function in how they operate and what they show their clients in the way of art and art presentations - if this is not obvious to you and others at this point in time - let's check with each other in 5 - 10 - 20 or so years - and take a look back from there to things at this point in time - and see just how much will have changed - I remember when I started with my very first Brownie back in 1957 - and now so much of everything is digital? My very first photograph: 2-1-2010B by Walter Paul Bebirian
2-1-2010B by Walter Paul Bebirian
a recently revived image from a few years ago: 12-23-2011PABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRTUV by Walter Paul Bebirian
12-23-2011PABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRTUV by Walter Paul Bebirian
exciting recent work: 3-3-2013HABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRTUVW by Walter Paul Bebirian
3-3-2013HABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRTUVW by Walter Paul Bebirian

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