Like other articles in library- or information-focused publications, it includes many links, and I am tempted to search them all out to see them. At the conclusion of a section on the Web 2.0 concept he writes: "If you want to see visions of the information world of the future, try these YouTube videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xj8ZadKgdC0 and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PY5hBd8_Q-E&feature=related" (16). These videos are titled "Prometeus - The Media Revolution" and "Prometeus - The Media Revolution part 2."
What will the information world look like in five or ten years? Which issues will arise? They talk about copyright issues, digital versus traditional forms of information, and the virtual world. The narrator speaks as one in the future might when talking about the past. In fact, it is a future avatar character. Anyway, these could be good videos to spark discussion in an information-literacy classroom.