Transformation of a plenary

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Transformation of a plenary

  1. 1. media
  2. 2. ”New media brings possibilities
  3. 3. ”New media brings possibilities but problems as well.
  4. 4. ”New media brings possibilities but problems as well. The trouble is that it can’t be controlled.”
  5. 5. Already Socrates regarded new media inferior.
  6. 6. He saw that his student Plato did it badaugmenting oral tradition with writing.
  7. 7. Mediashrinksdistances, in time and in space.
  8. 8. Lecturergives anexample: telephone
  9. 9. Cuneiform first.Started a civilization.
  10. 10. Cuneiform first. Now internet, and soonaugmented reality.
  11. 11. The deity and divinity of writing:
  12. 12. The transference ofthe messagein time & in space
  13. 13. The magic
  14. 14. The magic of detaching meaningsfrom their utterer, making themautonomous entities
  15. 15. The magic of detaching meaningsfrom their utterer, making themautonomous entities
  16. 16. as it got communicatedin London in August a transformation of a reception of a plenary in a conference on learning.

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