There have been many laudible attempts to provide top-quality video and online content for “our digital lifestyles”. Most shows in this vein are like “faking freddies” and eventually morph, shift and change focus and direction on a dime following each emerging trend before anyone else can set up to do anything new. They first create a catchy front-end template like “TWIX: This Week in XXX…” and attach or append the name of the next hot button trend to the end. Then like cowboys they doggedly ride the trend down until there’s no more juice left to squeeze out of it. Along the way they don’t really offer anything new or contribute to the long-term growth of the trend, but instead they ride it into the ground till it’s beat down and finally abandoned to the glue factory where trends go to die. Revision 3 however, seems to be different. They dive right into new trends with what seem the best intensions and passion and begin to deliver what seems to be honest attempts to bring expertise and humor to their coverage instead of the usual palette of meaningless two, three or four-person banter and chatter. I usually enjoy Revision 3 shows on my ROKU while designing and computing as I am doing at this very moment.
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