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

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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

    1. 1. Welcome to Summer<br />T101 Day 10!<br />
    2. 2. Today:<br /><ul><li>Assignment 1
    3. 3. Creative Class
    4. 4. Special Guest: Siyabonga Africa
    5. 5. This week: exam review, creative industries, creative cities and </li></ul> social media and social psychology. <br /><ul><li>Office Hours today: Until 12:30 or 1pm, find me in RTV 319</li></li></ul><li>
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    10. 10. According to Florida, what is the difference between a “Creative City” and a “Nerdistan?”<br />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.<br />
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    18. 18. How does this connect to the media life perspective?<br />The key idea in a media life is that reality can be created by you<br />as an individual (the reality of what work you do where and how <br />you live your life, and the kind of person you are)<br />This notion is not new; what is new, is that we now see this as<br />an individual’s responsibility instead of something we do together<br />as a society. <br />

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