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RESPONSIBLE CONNECTIVITY HOW NOT TO BE CONSUMED BY TECHNOLOGY                                                  CHALLENGE  ...
JUNE   2008!07
Cyber-Bullying                                                  a new challenge for parents and kids                      ...
Oh noooooo!                                                   2009                                                        ...
232009                                                                           Times more likely a texting              ...
www. DISTRACTION .gov                                                                        PRIVACY    PUT IT DOWN       ...
1991                                                                                Yo u c a n r un, but                  ...
WHAT CAN WE DO?                  GET EDUCATED                              http://www.eff.org/  YOUR BRAINON THE INTERNET
neuroplasticityActions and thoughtscarve out neural pathways,like rivers carve a course.
the nature of hypertext is distraction
Multi-taskers are             “suckers for irrelevancy.                          ANXIETY             Everything distracts ...
FAMILY TIME  HI HONEY ... HONEY?                             WHAT TO DO?                              MAKE RULES          ...
ADDICTED              THANK YOU!           www. RESPONSIBLYCONNECTED .com
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Responsibly Connected : How Not to Be Consumed By Technolgy

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Knowledge workers in the 21st century need to be connected. Clients demand quick turnaround on issues, social media is essential for marketing, colleagues collaborate online, and news and events are disseminated rapidly through the Internet. However, we're starting to see the risks of 24-7 Internet usage, including distracted driving, constant intrusion of personal time, confidentiality risk, and even fundamental changes to the way our brains work. This completely original session explores the hazards of constant connectedness and what professionals can do to manage their risks.

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  1. 1. RESPONSIBLE CONNECTIVITY HOW NOT TO BE CONSUMED BY TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE PRETEND IT’S 1987 Larry Port Co-Founder and Chief Software Architect Rocket Matter, LLCWhere do we even start? DECEMBER !94
  2. 2. JUNE 2008!07
  3. 3. Cyber-Bullying a new challenge for parents and kids SAFETY FIRST THINGS FIRSTpersonal privacy violations with tragic results
  4. 4. Oh noooooo! 2009 DISTRACTED 5,474 DRIVING DEATHS Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. DRUNK 10,839 DRIVING DEATHS Source: MAAD25 people died due to a train engineer texting
  5. 5. 232009 Times more likely a texting truck driver will have a near crash or crash. 450,000 Source: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety DISTRACTED DRIVING INJURIES Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. 4 Times more likely drivers on cell phones will have a crash involving an injury. Source: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety 81% Number of drivers admitting use of cell phone while driving Source: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety 19% Number of adults who smoke cigarettes Source: Centers for Disease Control
  6. 6. www. DISTRACTION .gov PRIVACY PUT IT DOWN JUST BECAUSE SOMETHING’S PRIVATE, IT DOESN’T MEAN IT’S BAD“The claim of individuals, groups,or institutions to determine for “ We canʼt tell you what they eat for dinner. But we can tell you where they live. And theirthemselves when, how, and to phone number, who they livewhat extent information about with, whether they have voted,them is communicated to others Alan Westin, Privacy and Freedom, 1968 and much, much more. Advertisement for Aristotle Industries
  7. 7. 1991 Yo u c a n r un, but Tim Berners-Lee yo u c a nt Hide *and give up your personal informationproject gaydar http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2611/2302
  8. 8. WHAT CAN WE DO? GET EDUCATED http://www.eff.org/ YOUR BRAINON THE INTERNET
  9. 9. neuroplasticityActions and thoughtscarve out neural pathways,like rivers carve a course.
  10. 10. the nature of hypertext is distraction
  11. 11. Multi-taskers are “suckers for irrelevancy. ANXIETY Everything distracts them.” SCATTERED THOUGHTS INABILITY TO FOCUS RISKS TENSION OVERLOOK INFORMATION MISINTERPRET INFORMATION WHAT TO DO? WHAT TO DO? BATCH PROCESS WORK IN CHUNKS. READ BOOKS EXERCISE THE NEUROLOGICAL PATHWAYSCHECK EMAIL & UPDATES AT DISCRETE TIMES ASSOCIATED WITH DEEP CONCENTRATION
  12. 12. FAMILY TIME HI HONEY ... HONEY? WHAT TO DO? MAKE RULES GET A DEVICE DISH. SHUT OFF THE ROUTER AT SPECIFIED TIMES. MAKE IT A GAME.
  13. 13. ADDICTED THANK YOU! www. RESPONSIBLYCONNECTED .com
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