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    class notes: dtc356 1 16.14 class notes: dtc356 1 16.14 Presentation Transcript

    • dtc 356 information, information, information is... Thursday, January 16, 14
    • information is/as http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=3A1LvXRnpVg Thursday, January 16, 14
    • how we ‘see’ information matters Thursday, January 16, 14
    • how one sees information • perspective • positioned • social • learned • dynamic • cultural • embedded/naturalized (just ‘is’) Thursday, January 16, 14
    • information has a cultural bias Thursday, January 16, 14
    • ethnocentrism Thursday, January 16, 14
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    • information overload *new, old, updated? http://www.npr.org/2010/11/29/131671951/ information-overload-is-not-unique-to-digitalage Thursday, January 16, 14
    • key terms web 2.0 • • • • • • • Thursday, January 16, 14 web as platform participation/ co-creation crowdsourcing (‘wisdom’ of crowds?) folksonomy (and tagging) data & metadata information shadow (growing?) privacy and access (this is a BIG one)
    • web as... network co-created harnessing collective intelligence Thursday, January 16, 14
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    • • free labor / selective information • possibilities of / for exploitation • little or no ‘value added’ (the ‘lick this’ problem...) Thursday, January 16, 14
    • metadata ‘information about information’ Thursday, January 16, 14
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    • information shadow(s) Thursday, January 16, 14
    • Worldwide, there are over 950 million Facebook users. (Source: Facebook) What this means for you: In case you had any lingering doubts, statistically, Facebook is too big to ignore. Thursday, January 16, 14
    • Photo uploads total 300 million per day. (Source: Gizmodo) The Implication: Again, this is an indication of engaged users; also, it is an indication that there are a lot of photos, as well as other information, competing for users’ attention, so target your efforts strategically. Thursday, January 16, 14
    • Every 60 seconds on Facebook: 510 comments are posted, 293,000 statuses are updated, and 136,000 photos are uploaded. (Source: The Social Skinny) The Implication: Again, there are a lot of engaged and active users, but also a huge amount of information competing for their attention, so quality and strategy on your part matter. Thursday, January 16, 14
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    • ‘the web is the world’ -O’Reily and Battelle (2010) Thursday, January 16, 14
    • who? <everyone> Thursday, January 16, 14
    • internet users Thursday, January 16, 14
    • NOT using the Internet 84% of the world Thursday, January 16, 14
    • let’s think about this... Thursday, January 16, 14
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    • the rhetoric of ‘everyone is online’ The art or study of using language effectively and persuasively Thursday, January 16, 14