Kansas State University anthopology professor Michael Wesch, the man that brought us "The Machine is Us/ing Is" back in February, is back with another piece of "holy crap" video brilliance. "Information R/evolution" explores changes in the ways we find, store, create, critique, and share information. I'd say that this is "Must see TV" except that TV isn't really where I find great video content anymore.
Spend a few minutes watching this -- it will be time well spent. [Feed and email please click through for the video.]
If you are relatively new to social media and somehow missed "The Machine Is Us/ing Us," I've embedded the final version of that video below. This version is different from the one I blogged back in February -- Professor Wesch originally released the video in beta, solicited feedback from the web community-at-large using a social video markup tool called Mojiti, and incorporated that feedback to create the final release seen here.