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The Digital World

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Cailey Pattullo

on 25 May 2010

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THE DIGITAL WORLD How did it change the real world? Blogs, videos, social networking, web applications Digital Divide growing smaller Knowledge at fingertips! Sharing info around the world Web 2.0 New Media Cloud Computing Digital Natives Wikis Tim O'Reilly Adds some difficulty PROS CONS For social change:
Zapatista Army of National Liberation of Chiapas WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999 protest activity The Indymedia movement Film making & photography (the arts) Law & policing (personal info sites ie. facebook, twitter) TV, radio, video games Commercial advertising Education Video gaming, internet, CD's, social networking,
video sites (youtube, etc.), blogs... Cloud=Internet Early 80's (no capital expenditure) Bibliography www.wikipedia.org www.oreilly.com www.infoworld.com www.techtarget.com www.marcprensky.com People in late 70's and beyond... Wikipedia Citizendium Wikimedia Foundation PBwiki Socialtext Wikia Open-Source Software "...better quality, higher reliability, more flexibility, lower cost, and an end to predatory vendor lock-in." -www.opensource.org www.opensource.org Mozilla Firefox Miro Pidgin Miro Video Convertor "No adware, no spyware, just good software." -www.opensourcewindows.org www.opensourcewindows.org Social Networking Blogs -From Joe Bloggs Facebook users:
400,000,000 Twitter users:
75,000,000 Windows Live Spaces users:
120,000,000 (registered accounts) In the Future: The Digital Divide Digital immigrants have trouble Personal/Organizational/Corporate Used for business and societies www.topnews.in How Have Things Changed in the Last 10 Years? Designed for personal use (As opposed to mathematic/scientific use) Better education through new media Learning in own styles Scientific & mathematical advances Access information from anywhere (Internet) Used for shopping for books, movie, cars, houses, etc. More and more complex: tech. advances More tech. jobs
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