Less than 30 years ago, when the Internet first launched, everything was black, white, and plain text. It wasn’t until Flash hit the scene in 1996 that the web began to resemble what it looks like today. By the time YouTube rolled out in 2005, the mainstream Internet was already 14 years old. Already, it was moving away from chat rooms and animated text toward online visuals, videos, search engines, and social media. Today, the Internet is a thoroughly visual medium. And it’s not all good news … The Challenge of Being “Seen” (and Heard) According to a much-publicized Microsoft… This story continues at The Next Web
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