If there was an overwhelming trend in Digital Media in 2008, it was the transformation of traditional print media and the movement of forward thinking organizations to the digital platform. Politico has an interesting article on the new Foreignpolicy.com. Once a staid academic quarterly, the print version of the magazine has undergone a transformation to a more traditional glossy magazine format. But even with this transition, Executive Editor Susan Glasser has realized that her organization’s future lies in delivering compelling content via the Web. The new site was also developed in under six weeks, a testament both to the desire of large organizations to become more entrepeneurial and the emergence of development trends like the Agile Process. Is this the sign of things to come in 2009?