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Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
Computers in Society
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  • Imagine a day w/o technology [spend time analyzing] - impacts every aspect of life. Why does government feel need for “technology” course as gen ed requirement? Like reading – in today’s society understanding technology is key to everyday life.
  • Imagine a day w/o technology [spend time analyzing] - impacts every aspect of life. Why does government feel need for “technology” course as gen ed requirement? Like reading – in today’s society understanding technology is key to everyday life.
  • Museum in Dusseldorf
  • Imagine a day w/o technology [spend time analyzing] - impacts every aspect of life. Why does government feel need for “technology” course as gen ed requirement? Like reading – in today’s society understanding technology is key to everyday life.
  • Imagine a day w/o technology [spend time analyzing] - impacts every aspect of life. Why does government feel need for “technology” course as gen ed requirement? Like reading – in today’s society understanding technology is key to everyday life.
  • http://www.sxc.hu/photo/484010
  • http://www.sxc.hu/photo/298822
  • http://www.sxc.hu/photo/705428
  • http://www.sxc.hu/photo/835607
  • http://flickr.com/photos/bragur/816271741/
  • What impact of communication satellite network? Ease and speedy comm – ex of Nathan Rothschild 1815
  • What impact of communication satellite network? Ease and speedy comm – ex of Nathan Rothschild 1815
  • What impact of communication satellite network? Ease and speedy comm – ex of Nathan Rothschild 1815
  • Why Home Network? - data / hardware / task sharing what good is office without a door? ? WAN, LAN, VPN ? Bandwidth? Wireless / cabled? Cost?
  • Phishing, viruses, spam-folder – how combat? Unsecure wireless?
  • Networking – Basics – not always as portrayed in movies
  • Images: http://laptop.org/en/
  • Images: http://wiki.laptop.org/images/5/5e/Laptop-crank.jpg
  • Images: http://laptop.org/en/
  • Images: http://laptop.org/en/
  • Images: http://laptop.org/en/
  • Images: http://laptop.org/en/
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    • 1. Chapter 11: Computers in Society
    • 2. meet GEORGE
    • 3. george lives in …
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    • 5. soon science clones george … . and he enters modern life
    • 6. george is now your competition. what disadvantages does he have in the fight for …
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    • 10. or how about alfred?
    • 11. or even …
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    • 13. technology changes LIFE
    • 14. Computers: At Work
    • 15. Factory Automation
    • 16. Office Automation
    • 17. Telecommuting
    • 18. Computers: At Home
    • 19. Personal Outsourcing
    • 20. Computers: At School
    • 21. One Laptop Per Child
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