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What Does it Mean to Live in An Interconnected Society?

Wow.  I really want to see this.  I was also happy to see/hear Howard Rheingold in this film preview.  I took a course from him last year.

Ken

 

Tiffany Shlain, founder of the Webby Awards, talks about today's interconnected society at The Economist's Ideas Economy: Information 2012 event in San Francisco. I wanted to bring this to your attention because what she is speaking about concerns all of us

 

What does it mean to live in a connected world? How is it changing us, our culture and the planet?

 

Her film "Connected" is a must see! It's thought provoking and captures the essence of the experience, the anxiety, overwhelm, mystery, commonality, rapture, looks at the potential and wonder of what innovation, knowledge, discovery lies ahead. 

 

Tiffany Shlain:

 

"Go as far as you can see and when you get there. you'll be able to see even farther"

 

Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Exploring Change and Ongoing Discussions"

 

See video here: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRTnUKpDGWs]


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Ken Morrison's comment, August 17, 2012 9:38 AM
Thanks for sharing this. I took an online course from Howard Rheingold, who is in this film a few times.
Ken
Ken Morrison's comment, August 20, 2012 12:00 PM
Thank you for the rescoops. I really like this quote:
"Go as far as you can see and when you get there. you'll be able to see even farther"

Best of luck on your scoop.it site. I like what I see here.
Ken
Ken Morrison's comment, September 2, 2012 7:53 PM
Thank you for the rescoop. I really hope that this video project is successful for her organization.
Ken
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53 Facts About Teen Mobile Usage Every Higher Education Person Should Know

53 Facts About Teen Mobile Usage Every Higher Education Person Should Know | social media and digital marketing | Scoop.it

I am sharing this mostly because it is old (2 years ago) and it shows just how much we have changed.  For example, two years ago, only 23% access social network sites on their phones.

and 21% use email on their phones.

 

At first, I thought this was lazy research, and then I saw the date.  Things surely have changed quickly.

 

 

In April 2010, Pew Internet released the results of their survey of 800 teens and their parents about mobile phone usage. What follows are 53 of the most interesting facts from the study...


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Ken Morrison's comment, August 11, 2012 11:30 AM
Thank you for the rescoops. Good luck on your site. You have a some very good information here.
Ken
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Reports: Reason for Facebook Popularity Continuously Slipping Down | All Infographics

Reports: Reason for Facebook Popularity Continuously Slipping Down | All Infographics | social media and digital marketing | Scoop.it
Infographics on Why Facebook is Slipping or Losing its Position Down on Social Networking Website of User Engagement with New Registration on Popularity votes...

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Teaching the Net Generation: Teachers' perspectives in young Canadians in a wired world

Teaching the Net Generation: Teachers' perspectives in young Canadians in a wired world | social media and digital marketing | Scoop.it

Few professions in our society have been as affected by the advent of digital technologies as teaching: from cell phones in classrooms, to the use of Wikipedia and other online resources in coursework, to the push to integrate ICT across different subject areas, every aspect of teachers' professional lives has changed. And not only their professional lives: the increasing popularity of social media, among both youth and adults, has made it harder than ever for teachers to keep a clear line between their professional and personal lives.


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