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A short presentation by Jim Stolze about Internet Psychology. We know now that the Internet makes us happy when there is a social element involved. But what makes us unhappy is the inability to......

A short presentation by Jim Stolze about Internet Psychology. We know now that the Internet makes us happy when there is a social element involved. But what makes us unhappy is the inability to handle large amounts of information in the way that were used to. Stolze advocates a new style of digital media literacy.

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  • 1. NEXT10 Conference Jim Stolze The Virtual Happiness Institute
  • 2. WTF = Virtual Happiness? www.virtualhappiness.org
  • 3. gross national productivity h a pp i ne s s http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gross_national_happiness
  • 4. dig i t a l well-being wikinomics.com/blog/index.php/2009/03/30/does-the-web-make-us-happy-part-one/
  • 5. scientist X blogger serious stuff fun stuff www.virtualhappiness.org
  • 6. try to transfer money remove all advertisements to my account wish every user a good day do nothing delete all sex and chatsites remove all rubbish make it much faster introduce the death penalty for spammers charge 1$ per user make it free fire Bill Gates! “If I was in charge of the Internet I would...” www.virtualhappiness.org
  • 7. “I would rate myself: 7,11” How would you rate your own happiness on a scale from 1 to 10? http://twitter.com/jimstolze
  • 8. 7,11 “I would rate myself: 6,34” How would you rate your own happiness if you would not have an internet connection for a month? http://twitter.com/jimstolze
  • 9. “You can’t live without the Internet” May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 10. (me) May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 11. (yep, that’s me) May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 12. http://twitter.com/jimstolze
  • 13. “Europeans who have have an internet connection are significantly happier than people who don’t.” (Bohnke & Kohler 2008) www.virtuahappiness.org
  • 14. “Happiness is contagious in social networks” (Fowler 2008) www.virtuahappiness.org
  • 15. The Benefits of Facebook Friends: Social Capital (Ellison, Steinfield, & Lampe, 2007) www.virtuahappiness.org
  • 16. Window to the World Information Overload   Social Interaction Internet Addiction www.virtualhappiness.org
  • 17. Information Overload doesn’t exist May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 18. Our mistake: Seeing digital information in a fysical way. May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 19. Children in school right now have access to more information than their teachers do. May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 20. fysical thinking vs digital thinking May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 21. digital media literacy May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 22. info + obsesity May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 23. infobesity will be the next epidemic May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 24. Don’t let infobesity be the next epidemic May 2010 {www.jimstolze.com}
  • 25. We’re counting on you!
  • 26. Thank you! www.virtualhappiness.org www.jimstolze.com http://twitter.com/jimstolze