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The Internet Revolution and the Digital Divide | Information in Social ...

The Internet Revolution and the Digital Divide | Information in Social ... | Mediarevolution | Scoop.it
Information in Social and Cultural Context. Spring 2012, School of Information, ... Following the launch of the World Wide Web in 1991, Johannes Gutenberg, a man who had been dead for over 500 years, was brought to the media forefront.
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The Gutenberg Galaxy – first thoughts, from the first pages | My Mind ...

The Gutenberg Galaxy – first thoughts, from the first pages | My Mind ... | Mediarevolution | Scoop.it
No less so than in what we perceive as a new era – that of the Internet and ever deeper, faster, more complex and fluid, even intelligent ways to communicate, share and think. ...
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The Information Revolution Gets Political - Harvard - Belfer Center ...

The Information Revolution Gets Political - Harvard - Belfer Center ... | Mediarevolution | Scoop.it
"Beneath the Arab political revolutions lies a deeper and longer process of radical change that is sometimes called the information revolution. We cannot yet fully ...
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I'm not sorry: the victims of Gutenberg | Gutenberg to the Web

I'm not sorry: the victims of Gutenberg | Gutenberg to the Web | Mediarevolution | Scoop.it
From Gutenberg to the Web includes more than it seems.The title does do it justice–there's more than 500 years between the two–but so much happened in Western civilization as the result of the media revolution, it seems ...
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From Gutenberg's Press to Facebook – Media Matters | Media ...

The media has always been and will always be a powerful agent of change. It's not in the medium or words, but it's the spreading of ideas ... Many governments censor the media.
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