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Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect
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Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect

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  • 1. The Goldilocks EffectKeeping peopleat the‘Just Right’distanceImage by Daniela Brownby @nileslawrence
  • 2. Technologyallows us toconstantlyconnectwith many peopleat the same timeImage by ipmatth
  • 3. Technology keepsus connected,but traps usin individualbubblesImage by gnomeza
  • 4. “The more connected we become themore likely we are to beImage by LB Londonalone”-Michelle Atagana
  • 5. We hide our true selfonly showing the ‘ideal’ on Facebook & TwitterImage by Brittany Greene
  • 6. But humanrelationships areImage by J+B=Usmessysporadicand
  • 7. Real conversation accounts for tone,allows for understanding at a deeperlevel, and seeing from a different pointof viewImage by Zombies-eat-flesh
  • 8. With no emotionalinteraction,technology even changeswho we are...Image by Johan Larssom
  • 9. We expect communication to bequick, simple, and syncedImage by eschipul
  • 10. We are becoming unable to truly connect,build trust, and in turn self reflectImage byGrizdave
  • 11. People are in their ownworldsand are activelyavoiding realconversationImage by Sean Dreilinger
  • 12. When people are unable to connect,they turn less and less to peopleand more to technologyImage by BenSpark
  • 13. In January 2013,Facebook had 1.06+ billionmonthly usersImage by Owenwbrown618+ million weredaily active usersSource: Facebook passes1.06 billion monthly activeusers, 680 million mobileusers, and 618 milliondaily users
  • 14. Constanttweets andFacebookupdates reflectour need tobe heardImage by Johan Larssom
  • 15. Technology relationshipsmislead us to believewe have real relationshipsImage by gfpeck“I sharetherefore I am”
  • 16. “We seem increasingly drawn to technologiesthat provide the illusion of companionshipwithout the demands of relationship” –Sherry TuckleImage by h.koppdelaney
  • 17. Technologybecomes ourmethod ofchoice evenfor importantconversations.Image by Darwin70
  • 18. "A full-scale apology means I know Ive hurt you, I get to see that inyour eyes, You get to see that Im uncomfortable, and with that, thecompassion response kicks in.”-Sherry Turkletexting“I’m sorry”and hitting sendbypasses thehumaninteractionImage by Ahmad Chaudhary1
  • 19. As time goes on,we communicate less with peopleand more with technology.Image by DavidShutter
  • 20. We mass communicateand miss out on theImage by Quinn Anyaemotionsin frontof us...
  • 21. Image by tribesEven telephone use is dying.- Pew Institute188 Billion text messages were sentmonthly in the U.S. in 2010Souce: We never talk any more:The problem with text messagingImage by tribes
  • 22. Though connected,we are alone....Image by prayitno
  • 23. Image by Lucy TakakuraTextResearch References:1. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-flight-from-conversation.html?pagewanted=all&_r=02. http://memeburn.com/2012/04/the-goldilocks-effect-connected-but-alone-ted-video/3. http://www.bitrebels.com/social/how-social-media-is-making-us-awkward-infographic/4. http://www.sysomos.com/insidetwitter/sixdegrees/5. http://larryborsato.com/blog/2012/04/the-goldilocks-effect/6. http://thenextweb.com/facebook/2013/01/30/facebook-passes-1-06-billion-monthly-active-users-680-million-mobile-users-and-618-million-daily-users/7. http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/31/tech/mobile/problem-text-messaging-oms

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