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[quote] On 2010-01-26 02:40, Danny Schreiber wrote: As I am sure you know, one of the best ways to get a glimpse of the future is to look at the past. It might be interesting to look back to the public's first exposure to media and how affected their view of magic then and now. Start with early printed media (movable type, etc.) and move forward to examine what happened to the art of magic as each "new media" came around. You might find many similarities with the current trends and this might apply to your final hypothesis. Every generation of magicians have had to adapt to the latest new media, whether it is printed books, radio, film, TV, and most recently Internet. Take a look at what other magicians in the past have done and how the public reacted to the magic after the change. See if any of these historical references might help future magicians adapt to the current media. Just a suggestion! As a TV producer and magic historian, I would find this thesis extremely interesting. Good luck! [/quote]
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