So That’s Why Malcom Gladwell Doesn’t Believe In Social Media Revolutions

Andrew Sullivan —  Apr 27 2011 @ 1:22pm

His media diet is almost entirely old-school:

Since my brain really only works in the morning, I try to keep that time free for writing and thinking and don't read any media at all until lunchtime, when I treat myself to The New York Times–the paper edition. … I fear that I’m on the extreme low end of media consumption. I think that this is because I grew up in a family that didn’t get a daily newspaper, didn’t have a television, and never went to the movies. We just read books and went for walks. Not much has changed.