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The second of three sessions discussing engaging with culture at the Southampton Deanery Chapter's study day, 18 May 2010.

The second of three sessions discussing engaging with culture at the Southampton Deanery Chapter's study day, 18 May 2010.

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    • mediamatters
    • Douglas Rushkoff © Johannes Kroemer. Used by permission
    • mediascape
    • What different media do you engage with? How much time do you spend on ? entertainment media in a typical week?
    • torrent
    • tv
    • 19 hours a week 9
    • twelve years 10
    • cinema
    • Film is the most significant and powerful of today’s media. David Thompson
    • Online media
    • youtube
    • facebook
    • 400 million active users
    • 35 million users update status daily
    • 100 million photos uploaded daily
    • twitter
    • paradigm shift
    • remote
    • personal
    • telling/selling
    • connecting
    • one-way
    • two-way
    • large-scale
    • small-scale
    • control
    • freedom
    • nomadicity
    • omnivorous freedom
    • freedom to behold
    • distraction
    • distraction from distraction
    • rootlessness
    • evanescent
    • fun
    • stimulation
    • feelings
    • The most important thing about the communications we live among is that . . . they saturate our way of life with a promise of feeling. Todd Gitlin Media Unlimited (2002)