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  • Phone PhreakingMade homemade electronic boxes to generate phone tones and allow them to make free calls to host virtual seminars and discussions2600 Meeting The Monthly Journal of American Hackers – first tweetupBulletin Board SystemsSocial discussions, message boards, community-contributed file downloads and online gamesCommercial Online ServicesProdigy - 1990 color interface, lower cost than CompuServeCompuserve – Notorious for it’s high-cost $30 per hourAOL – CD distributions and product plcement in 1998 Movie You’ve Got Mail
  • Dawn of the World-Wide WebSince 1960, but came publically available in August 1991First legit universities/government/military connectionsISPs began to pop up in major US metro areas around 1994, 1995UsernetInternet Relay Chat (IRM)Used to break new on the Soviet coup attempt during media blackout and keep tabs on the Gulf WarInstant MessagingICQ – ICQ is a software system for instant messaging originally developed in 1996 at a small company named Mirabilis. ICQ allows any two registered people on the Internet to interact either "live" (like a person-to-person chat) or disconnected (like email). Emoticons and avatars were developed
  • Social Media SharingNapster - June 1999, peer-to=peer filesharing application for musicLimewareThe Pirate Bay – Swedish “social” media distribution, BitTorrent technology. (a peer-to-peer file sharingprotocol used for distributing large amounts of data. BitTorrent is one of the most common protocols for transferring large files, and it has been estimated that it accounted for roughly 27% to 55% of all Internet traffic (depending on geographical location) as of February 2009.[1])Social Networking ad Social NewsSixDegrees – 1997Friendster – 2002-2003MySpace – 2004 -2006Facebook – 2007 - >Slashdot – News for NerdsDigg – vote stories up or down, called digging and buryingStumbleUpon – discovery engine (a form of web search engine) that finds and recommends web content to its usersReddit – owned by Condé Nast Digital, a subsidiary of Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. Users (also referred to as redditors) have the option to submit links to content on the Internet or submit "self" posts that contain original, user-submitted text. Other users may then vote the posted links "up" or "down" with the most successful links gaining prominence by reaching the front page. Delicious – is a social bookmarking web service for storing, sharing, and discovering web bookmarksStratusphere/Location-BasedReal-time Status updatesBritekiteGoogle WaveFoursquare
  • California High Speed Rail Authority (CAHSRA) formed 1996 California High Speed Rail project (Program EIR/EIS began 2002; Completed in 2005; Final Program EIR/EIS completed in 2008; Revised Final Program EIR/EIS 2010 for Bay Area to Central Valley) Conversations about the project were posted on the web through Blogs and Chat Rooms in the 90’s http://reason.org/blog/show/ca-hsr-next-stop-bankruptcy The accessibility of Facebook in 2006 and Twitter in 2007 increased the number of conversations CAHSR respond with their own Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Blog in 2009 http://www.cahsrblog.com/
  • California High Speed Rail Authority (CAHSRA) formed 1996 California High Speed Rail project (Program EIR/EIS began 2002; Completed in 2005; Final Program EIR/EIS completed in 2008; Revised Final Program EIR/EIS 2010 for Bay Area to Central Valley) Conversations about the project were posted on the web through Blogs and Chat Rooms in the 90’s http://reason.org/blog/show/ca-hsr-next-stop-bankruptcy The accessibility of Facebook in 2006 and Twitter in 2007 increased the number of conversations CAHSR respond with their own Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Blog in 2009 http://www.cahsrblog.com/
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    • 1. Photo By: Marc FarrerTradition, Trends and The FutureNew Media and Transportation Lynda Friesz-Martin, Lynda Friesz Public Relations, Inc. Brandon Coates, POWER Engineers, Inc. ©2011
    • 2. New Media and Transportation
    • 3. • Tradition – What is Social Media – History • Trends – Transportation – Project Development – Construction • FutureNew Media and Transportation
    • 4. What is Social Media?Tradition
    • 5. What is Social Media? Web Definitions: Tradition
    • 6. Our Favorite:What is Social Media? “Social media is the use of technology combined with social interaction to create or co-create value… …founded on the notion of digitizing real world connections.” Source : Duct Tape Marketing & Wikipedia Tradition
    • 7. What is Social Media?Tradition
    • 8. HistoryEARLY • The Phone Phreaking Era ― 1950′s – Early 90′s • Bulletin Board Systems (BBS’s) — 1979 – 1995 • Commercial Online Services — 1979 – 2001 Source: socialmediarockstar.com Tradition
    • 9. HistoryRecent • Dawn of the World-Wide Web — 1991 - 1997 • Internet Relay Chat (IRM) — 1988 • Instant Messaging (ICQ) — 1996 Source: socialmediarockstar.com Tradition
    • 10. HistoryNOW • Social Media Sharing — 1999 Real-Time • Social Networking & Social News — 1997 – Main Stream 2002 - 2004 • Statusphere/Location-Based — 2008 - ??? Source: socialmediarockstar.com Tradition
    • 11. Transportation’s History inSocial Media • Public Created Forums — Controlled Context — Lead Discussions • Agencies — Firefighters not Fire Preventers Source: XXXXXXXXXXTradition
    • 12. California High Speed RailAuthority (CAHSRA)Tradition
    • 13. California High Speed RailAuthority - ResponseTradition
    • 14. Trends • Comment on project Facebook • Tweet about trafficPublic • Share meetings dates/times • Provide real-time meeting updates • Share issues Trends
    • 15. TrendsAgency • Project Development (NEPA) — Public (e)nvolvement • Comments — Disclaim — Part of Administrative Record • Guidance Trends
    • 16. Development Source : tednguyenusa.com Trends
    • 17. Development Alamo RMA Alamo Regional Mobility Authority Trends
    • 18. Development Loop 1609 Trends
    • 19. Development Driving 95 Trends
    • 20. Development Honolulu Trends
    • 21. Development West Davis Corridor Trends
    • 22. ConstructionTrends
    • 23. ConstructionTrends
    • 24. ConstructionTrends
    • 25. Open Government DirectiveTrend
    • 26. Development Interim Guidance National Archives and Records Administration – Feb. 2011 18. How are records created by social media activities maintained under the agency’s Records Control Schedule? a. Records created by this interim guidance are in two categories: administrative records (e.g., proposal forms) and social media content. (1) Administrative records created by this interim guidance are currently unscheduled and may not be destroyed at this time. (2) Records created and maintained in social media may be covered in the agency’s Records Control Schedule and/or the General Records Schedules and should be managed in accordance with approved dispositions. b. Content/project managers, with input from the agency’s records management staff, should assess the “record value” of the content at the proposal stage and determine if they will be creating or maintaining data and/or information that can be identified as Trends
    • 27. DevelopmentTrends
    • 28. Future The fish bowl is Sea World… • Accessibility • Transparency • AccountabilityFuture
    • 29. Everyone is a reporter 1. Attend a meeting 2. Take video/photos 3. Report on a topic 4. Upload to the web 5. Follow with #HashtagsFuture
    • 30. Future
    • 31. Future
    • 32. Questions???Questions