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  • Have them think about what cities they want to move to when they’re done with school. Why are they attracted to those places.

Ems - Summer I ’11 - T101 Lecture 10: Creative Class Ems - Summer I ’11 - T101 Lecture 10: Creative Class Presentation Transcript

  • Welcome to Summer
    T101 Day 10!
  • Today:
    • Assignment 1
    • Creative Class
    • Special Guest: Siyabonga Africa
    • This week: exam review, creative industries, creative cities and
    social media and social psychology.
    • Office Hours today: Until 12:30 or 1pm, find me in RTV 319
  • According to Florida, what is the difference between a “Creative City” and a “Nerdistan?”
    Nerdistans are bland, uninteresting places with acre upon acre of identical office complexes, row after row of asphalt parking lots, freeways clogged with cars, cookie-cutter housing developments, and strip-malls sprawling in every direction.
  • How does this connect to the media life perspective?
    The key idea in a media life is that reality can be created by you
    as an individual (the reality of what work you do where and how
    you live your life, and the kind of person you are)
    This notion is not new; what is new, is that we now see this as
    an individual’s responsibility instead of something we do together
    as a society.