As I was sorting through all the chatter concerning the “Sony Hack” fiasco, I came across a funny comment from someone lamenting how decades from now their children and their children’s children will find a page on James Franco and Seth Rogen in their history book. Yes, that is the shelf life that their film “The Interview” will have on history.
There is a lot we can learn from this incident. One, North Korea’s leader clearly is not into hi-jinx and comedy. Maybe he’s more a “Bridges of Madison County” kind of despotic leader, but I’m guessing his thing is superheroes. As for hacking, that’s nothing new. The bar however, has clearly been raised this year.