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Film 260 week 2 assignment (Dom Korab 10044772) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Zuckerberg’sRelationship MakeoverBy: Dom KorabImage: Master OSM 2011, Flickr
  • 2. In today’s online society,Mark Zuckerberg is known as the“Computer-age Cupid.”Quote: Tom Jacobs, Pacific StandardImage: Brandi Korte, Flickr
  • 3. The Phenomenon?TheRelations hipImage: Scott Beale, Flickr
  • 4. No longer do we get to know someone,without first accessing aSocial NetworkImage: Luz, Flickr
  • 5. We oftenFacebook stalk“to reducesome of theuncertainty inrelationships.”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: Rawle C. Jackman, Flickr
  • 6. “…but the uncertainties can sometimes be thebest part.”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: My. Pikachu Flickr
  • 7. “Forget any of that pre-date giggliness”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: THEfunkyman, Flickr
  • 8. “Goodbye butterflies and excitement,I already know everythingabout you. ”“Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage:Troy B Thompson Flickr
  • 9. Meeting, dating, and breaking upwere much easier before theera of Facebook.Image: Scott Vaine, Flickr
  • 10. How people display their relationships onFacebook is now associated with differinglevels of commitment.Image: Penumbra, FlickrEdited: Dom Korab
  • 11. BUT WHERE DO WE DRAW THE LINE?Image: scyrene, Flickr
  • 12. Relationships are putunder pressure fromexcessive PDFAsImage: SaraLov,Flickr
  • 13. Clicking “In aRelationship…”….has an unknownimpact, spreadingacross Facebook.Image:Yum9me, Flickr
  • 14. Once thatrelationship status ischanged, changing itback is no easy task.Image: Carl A, Flickr
  • 15. “That splintering red heart spreadingacross all your friends’ news feedscan be terrifying”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: cynicalview, Flickr
  • 16. “BeforeFacebook,ending arelationshipactually meantthe end ofcommunication.”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: Dan Tantrum, Flickr
  • 17. “There is no way to avoidvirtual run-ins with yourex.”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: MarxTN, Flickr
  • 18. Facebook actsas a chain……to pastrelationships..Image: Kristian Vinkenes, Flickr
  • 19. “Enter the green-eyed (or in this case, blueand white logoed) monster known asFacebook jealousy.”Quote: Katherin Bindley,AOL Healthy LibinhImage: amanda jane, Flickr
  • 20. “Your exes follow you everywhere.”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: Brixton, Flickr
  • 21. “There’s noresearch(yet) thatsays theadvent ofFacebookhas ruinedlove…” Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: Vince Welther, Flickr
  • 22. “…so there is stillhope.”Quote: Allison McCann, BuzzFeedImage: Jordi Bernabeu Farrús, Flickr
  • 23. ALL IMAGESUSED AREUNLICENCED,DOWNLOADEDFROM THECREATIVECOMMONSOF FLICKR.COMFLIPBOOK BY: DOM KORAB