So, I think I’m concluding that post-industrial journalism, by name, only alludes to ‘post-industrialism’ an epoch compartmentalizer which draws arbitrary distinctions between two parts of our economy: service and industrial. Perhaps the moniker, ‘post-industrial journalism’ implies a growing distinction between traditional ‘journalists’ and ‘new media’ components, tweeters, face-bookers bloggers, and everyone online, basically. Unlike a ‘post-industrial’ industrial society, however, whose components balance and even each other out, there is not a balance in journalism and media between the old and the new. “I believe in the horse. The automobile is only a passing phenomenon,” said, Rupert Murdoch, I mean Romney, I mean Kaiser Wilhelm II in 1905.