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Week three slides for City University’s technology specialism course.

Week three slides for City University’s technology specialism course.

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Technology specialism week 3 Technology specialism week 3 Presentation Transcript

  • Technology specialism Week three: the internet, social media and digital media
  • The internet in 30 minutes...
  • The internet is not the web
  • The internet 1966: First emails sent between computers 1969: First ARPANET nodes connected 1973: Formulation of an inter-network protocol bringing together networks 1974: ‘Internet’ coined as name for any TCP/IP-based network 1983: The internet, as we know it, is created 1984: CERN begins work on its own TCP/IP network 1989: By late 1980s, internet has spread to Europe, Australia and East Asia
  • The web 1989: At CERN, Tim Berners-Lee begins experiments to link hyper-text 1990: First web server, browser and web pages built 1993: First graphical browser, Mosaic, launched 1994: W3C formed 1995: Amazon.com launches 1996: Brin and Page begin research project that will become Google
  • The top 10 websites (according to Alexa) 1. Google 6. Baidu 2. Facebook 7. Wikipedia 3. YouTube 8. Blogger 4. Yahoo! 9. QQ 5. Windows Live 10. Twitter
  • 3% 1% 3% 1% 92% Google Bing Yahoo Ask Others UK search market share, May 2010 (Hitwise)
  • Digital media
  • The effects of digitisation Price Piracy The long tail
  • And finally... a look at a news story
  • Now an exercise...