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The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
The Internet Is Still Fun
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The Internet Is Still Fun

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Chris Clarke's talk from Creative Social presents ... The Internet Used to be Fun. What happened?

Chris Clarke's talk from Creative Social presents ... The Internet Used to be Fun. What happened?

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  • 1. The  internet  s*ll  is  fun   A  lo-­‐fi  ppt  by  Chris  Clarke  
  • 2. Ravers  88  
  • 3. Ravers  92  
  • 4. How  many  ravers  does  it  take  to   change  a  lightbulb?  
  • 5. 12.  I  to  change  it,  11  to  stand  around  saying  how   much  beHer  the  old  one  was  
  • 6. Old  Git  Gibb  
  • 7. Young  Gibb  
  • 8. Nostalgia  •  The  term  nostalgia  describes  a  yearning  for   the  past,  oMen  in   idealized  form.[1]  The  word  is  a  learned   forma*on  of  a  Greek  compound,  consis*ng  of   νόστος  (nóstos),  meaning  "returning  home",  a   Homeric  word,  and  ἄλγος  (álgos),  meaning   "pain,  ache".  It  was  described  as  a  medical   condi*on,  a  form  of  melancholy,  in  the  Early   Modern  period,  and  came  to  be  an  important   topic  in  Roman*cism.[1]  
  • 9. Then    
  • 10. Now    
  • 11. The  trouble  is    •  Money  •  Houses  •  Cars  •  Wife  •  Kids  •  Mortgages  •  School  fees  
  • 12. 35-­‐45  The  years  of  responsibility    
  • 13. Some  people  are  s*ll  young  and  fresh    •  Images  needed  of  Zanya  et  al  
  • 14. Sure  it  was  fun    
  • 15. But  now  it’s  beHer,  bolder,   bigger  more  far  reaching    
  • 16. Clever  -­‐  Hjerteknuser  
  • 17. BeHer  quality  -­‐  Coogan  
  • 18. Collabora*ve  
  • 19. Irreverent  
  • 20. More  connected  
  • 21. Faster  
  • 22. Best  of  all,  it’s  no  longer  a  fight  
  • 23. Possible!  

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