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    • Living in a Digital World
      Digital Community
    • Growth of the Internet: Timeline
      Internet1969 – 1993
      Web 1.0 1993 - 1999
      Web 2.0 1999 - present
      Web 3.0 ~2008 – future
      • Arpanet 1969
      • WWW 1993
      • Google 1998
      • Facebook
      • Blogs
      • YouTube
      • Twitter
      • Contextual
      • Mobile
    • Growth of the Internet
      Did You Know? 3.0 2008
      Did You Know 4.0 2009
    • Growth of the Internet: Timeline
      • Web 1.0 (1969 – 1999) Information
      • Web 2.0 (1999 – present) Communication
      • Web 3.0 (~2008 – future) Interaction
    • Growth of the Internet – Web 1.0
      1969 – 1999  InformationWeb pages housed relativelystatic, one-way information
    • Growth of the Internet – Web 1.0
      DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) created Arpanet – 1969
      Keep U.S. on “cutting edge” of technology
      Connect scientists around country
      Be “self-healing"
    • Growth of the Internet – Web 1.0
      World Wide Web - 1993
      “Mosaic” first browser (graphical, point-and-click interface) for using Internet
      Results in 341,634% annual Internet growth rate*
      *Hobbes Internet Timeline
    • Growth of the Internet – Web 1.0
      Search engine Google debuts in 1998
      Google milestones and interactive timeline
    • Growth of the Internet – Web 2.0
      1999 - present  CommunicationWeb tools evolved to allowusers to communicate
    • Growth of Internet – Web 2.0
      Facebook – 2003
      Social networking
      Members post and share information and photos
      500,000,000 users (in 2010)
      1 out of 4 Web page views (25% of Web usage)
    • Growth of Internet – Web 2.0
      Blogs (“Web-log”)
      Users create online journal for others to read
      Topics include everything: politics, interests, opinions
    • Growth of Internet – Web 2.0
      “A social networking and microblogging service that allows you answer the question, "What are you doing?" by sending short text messages 140 characters in length, called "tweets", to your friends, or "followers“.” (TweeterNet)
    • Growth of Internet – Web 2.0
      Users upload videos to share with others
    • Growth of Internet – Web 3.0
      ~2008 - future InteractionAlso known as the “Semantic Web”, Web toolsallow for relevant, contextual, mobile information retrieval and interaction
    • Growth of Internet – Web 3.0
      Smartphones and hand-held devices
      iPad and Droid
    • Break
      Take a moment to talk about your experience with the World Wide Web…
      Does it feel like the world is changing too fast?
      Do you use Internet tools (such as e-mail) to communicate with family and friends?
    • Growth of the Internet: Percentage of adults over 65 online
      Sources: http://www.aoa.gov/AoAroot/Press_Room/Social_Media/Widget/Statistical_Profile/2010/6.aspxand http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2004/Older-Americans-and-the-Internet.aspx
    • Growth of the Internet
      USA Today article: Seniors surge on social networks (12/15/10)
      Fastest-growing group using social networking is adults 65 and older, followed by those 50 - 64
    • Search engines
      “The Internet is like a giant library where ever shelf is marked ‘miscellaneous’.”
      Search engines help you find what you’re looking for
    • Travel
      Search engines: www.google.com
    • Search engines: www.google.com/advanced_search
    • Break
      If you have access to a computer, take a few minutes to search for topics of interest...
      Hobbies (quilting, antiques, cars)
    • Tools for “flourishing” in the digital community
      Go to www.facebook.com
      Create a profile…
      Share with your family and friends
      Social networking use among Internet users50 and older went from22% in 2009 to 42% in 2010!
      Source: Pew Research
    • Tools for “flourishing” in the digital community
      Go to www.skype.com
      Create an free account
      “Call” your friends and family using your computer
      Regular phone calling requires a microphone
      Video calling requires a webcam (~$30)
    • Break
      If you have access to a computer, take a few minutes to create a Facebook and Skype account...
    • Social implications of digital interaction
      Community: loss or gain?
      Does technology isolate us? Or does it connect us?
      Information overload
    • Conclusion
      Talk about being part of the digital community
      Share your comments with me via e-mail (gray@augie.edu) or in our Moodle course (http://moodle.augie.edu user: “goodsam” password: “GoodSamaritan123$”)
    • Sources
      Web 1.0 – 3.0 , Emerging Technologies Magazine, 10.31.10, retrieved 12.11.10 http://www.emtechmag.com/blog/2010/10/web-1-0-to-web-3-0/
      Lucy Langdon Blogging Tips http://www.bloggingtips.com/2010/01/05/50-examples-of-great-blog-engagement/
      Chris Brogan 100 Blog Topics I Hope You Writehttp://www.chrisbrogan.com/100-blog-topics-i-hope-you-write/
      Did you know? 3.0 2008 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp_oyHY5bug
      Did you know? 4.0 2009  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ILQrUrEWe8
      Older Americans and the Internet http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2004/Older-Americans-and-the-Internet.aspx
      Internet Usage and Online Activities of Older Adults http://www.aoa.gov/AoAroot/Press_Room/Social_Media/Widget/Statistical_Profile/2010/6.aspx
      Pew Internet and American Life Project http://www.pewinternet.org/
      Older Adults and Social Media
      Seniors Surge on Social Networks (USA Today)http://www.usatoday.com/yourlife/parenting-family/2010-12-15-graytech15_ST_N.htm