Media Life presentation v1.02

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Conference Haifa, Israel (28/12/2008)

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  • Disconnection on demand
  • From a 2003 study, we can see that only does the average American (regardless of age, class or gender) spend about 11 hours PER DAY using media - but he or she also does not realize nor remember their media use most of the time. in the twenty-first century, we navigate through a vast mass media environment unprecedented in human history. Yet our intimate familiarity with the media often allows us to take them for granted. Media use has become: automatic.
  • Disconnection on demand
  • Economie: gated communities
  • Disconnection on demand
  • In this global connection/togetherness, we are also completely alone: Silent Disco
  • Disconnection on demand
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  • What this means, is that we are all living inside our own TRUMAN SHOW, as the Jim Carrey character in the movie of that tile did: surrounded by omnipresent media, being recorded and monitored all the time, making and consuming media constantly, being connected to everyone else through increasingly digital, portable and networked media devices all the time - and unwilling or indeed unable to switch any of this off. The question now is: what skills and attitude do you need to cope with this kind of life? How do you survive inside your own Truman Show? THAT is what T101 is all about.
  • What this means, is that we are all living inside our own TRUMAN SHOW, as the Jim Carrey character in the movie of that tile did: surrounded by omnipresent media, being recorded and monitored all the time, making and consuming media constantly, being connected to everyone else through increasingly digital, portable and networked media devices all the time - and unwilling or indeed unable to switch any of this off. The question now is: what skills and attitude do you need to cope with this kind of life? How do you survive inside your own Truman Show? THAT is what T101 is all about.
  • Disconnection on demand
  • Disconnection on demand
  • Bansky in London
  • Presenter co-creation and presence: we do not witness and experience, we record and redact
  • Digital shadow
  • Truman Show gated community: Seaside Florida: http://www.seasidefl.com/
  • What this means, is that we are all living inside our own TRUMAN SHOW, as the Jim Carrey character in the movie of that tile did: surrounded by omnipresent media, being recorded and monitored all the time, making and consuming media constantly, being connected to everyone else through increasingly digital, portable and networked media devices all the time - and unwilling or indeed unable to switch any of this off. The question now is: what skills and attitude do you need to cope with this kind of life? How do you survive inside your own Truman Show? THAT is what T101 is all about.
  • Media Life presentation v1.02

    1. 1. the media ecosystem
    2. 2. Concurrent Media Exposure
    3. 3. society online
    4. 4. together alone
    5. 5. reality and truth
    6. 6. “together, we can create a reality that we can all agree on, the reality we just agreed on”
    7. 7. disintermediation
    8. 8. reintermediation
    9. 9. mdeuze@ indiana.edu

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