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History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
History of Digital [Media]
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History of Digital [Media]

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A throwback to the 90s, this is a history of digital with an emphasis on the bubble years. It's a "talking" deck - so may not be the best for reading as lots of context is lost.

A throwback to the 90s, this is a history of digital with an emphasis on the bubble years. It's a "talking" deck - so may not be the best for reading as lots of context is lost.

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  • Vinton G. Cerf is a computer scientist who is known throughout the industry as the primary force behind the development of the Internet. He has been called the "Father of the Internet" and the "King of the Internet."  Tim Berners-Lee is the inventor of the World Wide Web initiative which he started in 1989 for his own use as a researcher at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (known as CERN) in Switzerland.  Marc Andreessen, a computer designer in his twenties, helped create the path-breaking browser Mosaic in 1993 while an undergraduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In those days, Mosaic was one of the few graphic-smart programs for viewing WWW pages on the Internet. Andreessen was one of seven members of the original Mosaic development team at the National Center for Supercomputer Applications at the university. In 1994, Andreessen cofounded a company, now named Netscape Communications Corporation, with James H. Clark, founder of Silicon Graphics Inc. One of the primary aims of Netscape Communications is to develop tools for navigating cyberspace.  
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    • 1. History of Digital [Media]<br />TMK University: Digital<br />July 9, 2010<br />
    • 2. agenda<br />firsts &amp; their people<br />growth<br />the webs<br />the bubble<br />competition<br />metrics<br />
    • 3. “If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development.”<br />- Aristotle<br />
    • 4. firsts and their people<br />
    • 5. “firsts”<br />http://www.boutell.com/newfaq/history/fbrowser.html<br />
    • 6. https://www.iwhois.com/oldest/<br />
    • 7. Browser Timelines<br />http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/history/browsers.htm<br />
    • 8.
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    • 10. Important People<br />Tim Berners-Lee<br />Inventor, WorldWideWeb<br />Vint Cerf<br />Father of the Internet<br />Marc Andreesen<br />Mosaic Browser, Netscape<br />
    • 11. growth<br />
    • 12. 2007: 108,810,358 web sites<br />(Netcraft Survey)<br />
    • 13. the webs<br />
    • 14. Introductions of the Webs<br />
    • 15. Web 1.0: static pages<br />Web 2.0<br />Web 3.0<br />Web ???<br />
    • 16.
    • 17. Web 1.0: static pages<br />Web 2.0: dynamic content &amp; social networking<br />Web 3.0<br />Web ???<br />
    • 18.
    • 19. Web 1.0: static pages<br />Web 2.0: dynamic content &amp; social networking<br />Web 3.0: semantic tagging of content<br />Web ???<br />
    • 20.
    • 21. the bubble<br />
    • 22. Nasdaq Composite<br />
    • 23. Trailing 12 Months<br />
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    • 31. Idea<br />1.5<br />Money In Bank Account (until adoption assuming = revenue)<br />Mainstream Adoption<br />Early Adopters<br />
    • 32. competition<br />
    • 33. Competition<br />2003<br />2002<br />2004<br />1995<br />1998<br />1995<br />
    • 34. metrics<br />
    • 35. Hits<br />Pages<br />Clicks<br />Conversions<br />…..<br />
    • 36. and the future?<br />next week: History of Social &amp; Search<br />
    • 37. Darren Herman<br />Chief Digital Media Officer<br />212 337 4543<br />dherman@mediakitchen.tv<br />@dherman76<br />

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