Art imitates video games imitating life

Pixelated people have been popping up in strange places lately -- most notably in museums. NYTimes says, "A global assortment of media artists, hackers, gamers and social activists have been using the video game medium for years to engage a younger, hipper audience, and museums have begun to take notice. ". An impressive example is John Haddock's Isometric Screenshots, described as A series of drawings from an isometric perspective, in the style of a computer game. The subject of each drawing is the image, or images, that created a popular cultural event. Historical events (like the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel) are used interchangeably with fictionalized events (like the picnic scene from The Sound of Music). So my question now is when will the weblogs as a form of literary and socio-economic-political discourse get noticed by big institutions like museums and universities? Probably a long time from now. Will there be an English 201: The weblog as a form of discourse?