Why talking heads are just bobble-heads these days.

Mary’s in Paris, but she has some issues: “I’m sitting here at a conference that I flew all the way to Paris for.. for two days, and damned if it isn’t full of panels, broadcast mode all the way, telling the audience how it is. And well.. it’s so freaking undynamic. Because it’s not a discussion. These are bloggers. They know a lot. They know what it is. These 300 people make media every day on their blogs and yet, panels are here giving us time to email the office, our cats or the mailman about a critical lost postcard.”
More here.
The big point is that the audience has a lot to offer and talking heads are just bobble-heads these days.
Update: Elisa Camhort chews on this one and comes out…mixed.