By MortazaviBlog on Jan 21, 2006
If someone believes the traditional media, and in particular paper media and books, will grow old and join the oblivion of the "dust bin of history," they should have been at my home this morning watching me comfortably relaxed on the couch in my living room reading Financial Times, or later while I was working on a Sudoko puzzle in its Diversions section with my daughter, lying down on one of the Persian carpets in our living room.
The Persian carpet has a non-traditional design with 40 squares filled with flowers and animal motifs, the Sudoko puzzle was quite easy and filled quickly, and the Financial Times carried a story compiled from London and Tehran on Iran's intention to move its assets out of Europe. It did have the mark of an editor sitting in London.
Once this was all done, there was a pre-recorded viewing of a Barareh show which focused on the inhabitants of Barareh seeking to install a garbanzo bean factory in their village, and the Pahlavi King's cronies opposing it.
The dance school where my daughter went for a Jazz session was only 3 minutes away, and now it is lunch time!
A Saturday morning at home --