I found in Colin Clark’s blog a mention about a Seth Godwin blog post.
The post is essentially about a chart Seth made– this chart shows the varying types of media and creations/services that we can make in our day and age. It contrasts the media’s needs (EG: How much text, how much information, how much physical presence, how much investment) versus the media’s interactivity. (Movies aren’t interactive, but IMs and Phonecalls are).
What’s interesting is how Seth outlined an area in the graph that highlights media that’s been successful from a financial standpoint.
Take a look at the original post and see what YOU think.