Seaman Knapp


Published on

A little history of Extension focused on Seaman Knapp followed by current trends in social networking, media, community, and education.

Published in: Technology, Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Seaman Knapp

    1. 2. What would Seaman Knapp do? Kevin Gamble Ohio State University May 29, 2007
    2. 11. Decline of Mass Media
    3. 12. The Longtail
    4. 17. The confluence of radio consolidation, iTunes, and the lack of highly targeted youth radio formats, has generated a massive tidal wave away from traditional radio toward the technology that gives control and choice of music for a reasonable price.
    5. 18. Wal-Mart is like no traditional record seller. Unlike a typical Tower Records store, which stocked 60,000 titles, an average Wal-Mart carries about 5,000 CDs. That leaves little room on the shelf for developing artists or independent labels.
    6. 20. Social Networking
    7. 24. The Come-to-Me Web
    8. 31. Read/Write Culture
    9. 39. … viewers are now watching more than 120 million videos per day on YouTube, marking the surge in demand for its “snack-sized” video fare.
    10. 41. User Generated Content
    11. 42. The Commons
    12. 44. 1. Nobody owns it 2. Everybody can use it 3. Anybody can improve it
    13. 45. Photography
    14. 46. Music and Video
    15. 48. "UC Berkeley on YouTube will provide a public window into university life which will build on our rich tradition of open educational content for the larger community."
    16. 53. This Thing We Call Work
    17. 56. When we work?
    18. 57. 42 percent of IBM's 350,000 employees rarely come in to an IBM office IBM saves $100m in real estate costs IBM has over 2000 employees working in Second Life Where we work?
    19. 61. Busy: “Show your face during all standard working hours…. The busy economy relies on face time as a proxy measure of real work.” Burst: “If you produce what you need to, we don’t care when you do it or how long it takes…. The burst economy relies on workstreaming — the flow of output that a worker creates, documented online as automatically as possible.” How we measure productivity?
    20. 65. Some Social Networking Math
    21. 68. Strong network ties <8 including family and social friends
    22. 69. 15,000 x 8 = 120,000
    23. 70. Weak tie networks 150 people
    24. 71. 150 x 15,000 = 2.25 million
    25. 73. Given these trends…
    26. 74. Ohio State University Extension helps people improve their lives through an educational process using scientific knowledge focused on identified issues and needs And this mission…
    27. 75. What strategies do we use to accomplish this mission?
    28. 76. What would Seaman Knapp do?