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Issue: Is it making us stupid?
Issue: Privacy
"86% of internet users have taken steps online to remove or mask their digital footprints – ranging from clearing cookies to encrypting their email, from avoiding using their name to using virtual networks that mask their internet protocol (IP) address."
Ownership + Usage
who "owns" the internet?
Where does it come from?
concepts / terms
digitization
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(the internet)

fiber optic cable

GUI - Graphic User Interface
Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0
wiki
global usage
media literacy moment: what question should we ask about these inforgraphics?
analog translated to binary code
cable transports digital information via light impulses
basically - how we are able to use the web / software thanks to user-friendly interfaces
Hawaiian word for "quick", changed how we can make websites / paricipate
Pew Research Center, Sept 5, 2013

Top 30 websites, measured by Quantcast
1994
2006

2012
what is the internet?
note:
ARPA
networks
well... short answer - no one in particular
consider: how are you getting online / connecting to the internet? what sites are you most relying on?
forbes list:
Top 4 in the world (by $$):
4. Vodafone
- 65 countries, 440 million customers
1. China Mobile
world's largest telecom operator; 770 million
2. AT&T

3. Verizon

but!

how are people accessing the web?

what speeds are available to them?
digital divide issues
Consider:
COST of access
42% of people who do not use the internet say it's because of price
source: PEW, Sept 20 report
in groups:

address one of the two prompts:

Is the Internet making us stupid? Do you agree with Carr's argument

or

Are you concerned about privacy online? what does online privacy mean to you?
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