Enjoyed reading this column by USA Today's Kevin Maney. Kevin, it seems, along with many of his (and my own) associates is starting to suffer from Web 2.0 fatigue - that point when "this new widgedoogliser is gonna revolutionise the world of print media/broadcast TV/sock sorting" starts to wear a little thin - especially when followed by "of course you don't get it - you're old media".
The new media/old media debate has already been decided, and both sides are going to lose - sort of. Internet media will continue to draw revenue away from traditional media - but that is fine, because traditional media will continue to buy up or build large chunks of the new media landscape. Around them, thousands of clever start-ups will be born, hundreds will thrive, and hundreds more will die.
It doesn't matter whether you call it Web 2.0, new media, or more of the same - it's still interesting to watch.