July 24, 2009 – As part of the 25th anniversary of Tetris, whose addictive simplicity resulted in millions of hours of gloriously wasted time, everyone seems to be looking for a new angle as to how Tetris is responsible for shaping everything that came after.
Max Kalehoff published his version of how Tetris changed everything on Mediapost this morning, and I can where he is going. He does a pretty interesting job of creating an analogy between Tetris’s “stream” of blocks that users had to piece together in a puzzle-like fashion, with how Internet users and mobile fans currently digest breaking news in streams of content that then get organized by category and so on.
A bit of a stretch perhaps, but a really plausible effort, and I think a pretty funny take on the Tetris phenomenon.
Read the entire Mediapost editorial for more details!
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