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Brave New World - Media Ecology In The Digital Age (#CAHEIT 2013)

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Brave New World - Media Ecology In The Digital Age (#CAHEIT 2013)

  1. 1. WORLDNEWBRAVE@HAMZAK
  2. 2. AN INTEGRAL PART OF OUR LIVES• 58% OF STUDENTS CAN’T GO MORE THAN ANHOUR WITHOUT CHECKING THEIR PHONE• 73% CLAIM THEY CAN’T STUDY WITHOUTTECHNOLOGY• STUDIES LINK SOCIAL MEDIA TO DOPAMINERELEASE
  3. 3. WE STILL DON’T TRUST THEM• 2/3 ACTIVE USERS DO NOT TRUST THE SITESTHEY ARE ENGAGING WITH ONLINE• 69% FEEL LESS CONTROL OVER THEIRPERSONAL INFO TODAY THAN 5 YEARS AGO
  4. 4. BUT WE COULD CARE LESS• 36% SAY PRIVACY IS LESS IMPORTANT TOTHEM THAN IT WAS 5 YEARS AGO• ONLY 9% OF ARE “VERY” CONCERNED ABOUTPRIVACY
  5. 5. WORLDOURUNDERSTANDING
  6. 6. PARALLELS
  7. 7. OPPORTUNTIES&THREATS
  8. 8. MEABOUT
  9. 9. UNIVERSITYRYERSON
  10. 10. EFFECTSPLASH
  11. 11. LITERATUREENGLISH
  12. 12. MYCHANGEDLIFE
  13. 13. CONNECTIONCANADIANTHE
  14. 14. FUTURE?THESHAPEWECAN
  15. 15. FICTIONDYSTOPIAN
  16. 16. SCENARIOSREHEARSE
  17. 17. SCENARIOSPOPULAR
  18. 18. REPORTMINORITY
  19. 19. ROBOCOP
  20. 20. RUNNERBLADE
  21. 21. MATRIXTHE
  22. 22. ODYSSEYSPACEA2001
  23. 23. TERMINATOR
  24. 24. MACHINEVSMAN
  25. 25. COMPELLING?SOTHISISWHY
  26. 26. TECHNOLOGYTOMONEYLOSING
  27. 27. TECHNOLOGYTOTIMELOSING
  28. 28. TECHNOLOGYTOOURSELVESLOSING
  29. 29. HERE?GETWEHOW’D
  30. 30. CULTUREORAL
  31. 31. ALPHABETPHONETIC
  32. 32. PRESSGUTENBERG
  33. 33. PUBLISHERS&UNIVERSITIES
  34. 34. TELEGRAPH
  35. 35. TELEVISION&RADIO
  36. 36. COMPUTERSPERSONAL
  37. 37. MEDIASOCIAL&INTERNET
  38. 38. LAYERDIGITALTHE
  39. 39. BUSINESSBIG
  40. 40. COMMUNITY. IDENTITY. STABILITY.ALDOUS HUXLEY
  41. 41. POSITIVITYOFCULT
  42. 42. PEOPLE ARE HAPPY; THEY GET WHATTHEY WANT…THEY’RE WELL OFF,THEY’RE SAFE; THEY’RE NOT ILL;THEY’RE NOT AFRAID OFDEATH…THEY’RE SO CONDITIONEDTHAT THEY PRACTICALLY CAN’T HELPBEHAVING AS THEY OUGHT TOBEHAVE.ALDOUS HUXLEY
  43. 43. BEHAVIOURCOMPULSIVE
  44. 44. NEVER PUT OFF TILL TOMORROW THEFUN YOU CAN HAVE TODAY.ALDOUS HUXLEY
  45. 45. DEPENDANCETECHNOLOGY
  46. 46. I SUPPOSE JOHN TOLD YOU WHAT IHAD TO SUFFER – AND NOT AGRAMME OF SOMA TO BE HAD.ALDOUS HUXLEY
  47. 47. OVERORGANIZATION
  48. 48. “NINETY-SIX IDENTICAL TWINSWORKING NINETY-SIX IDENTICALMACHINES!” THE VOICE WAS ALMOSTTREMULOUS WITH ENTHUSIASM.“YOU REALLY KNOW WHERE YOUARE. FOR THE FIRST TIME INHISTORY.”ALDOUS HUXLEY
  49. 49. VANITY
  50. 50. GAMMAS ARE STUPID. THEY ALLWEAR GREEN, AND DELTA CHILDRENWEAR KHAKI…I DON’T WANT TO PLAYWITH DELTA CHILDREN. ANDEPSILONS ARE STILL WORSE. THEY’RETOO STUPID.ALDOUS HUXLEY
  51. 51. WORSHIPINDUSTRIAL
  52. 52. YOU ALL REMEMBER, I SUPPOSE,THAT BEAUTIFUL AND INSPIREDSAYING OF OUR FORD’S: HISTORY ISBUNK.ALDOUS HUXLEY
  53. 53. SELFQUANTIFIED
  54. 54. ONE HUNDRED REPETITIONS THREENIGHTS A WEEK FOR FOUR YEARS,THOUGHT BERNARD MARX, WHOWAS A SPECIALIST ON HYPNOPAEDIA.SIXTY THOUSAND FOUR HUNDREDREPETITIONS MAKE ONE TRUTH.ALDOUS HUXLEY
  55. 55. BROTHERBIG
  56. 56. WAR IS PEACE. FREEDOM IS SLAVERY.IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH.GEORGE ORWELL
  57. 57. INTERVENTIONGOVERNMENT
  58. 58. WHO CONTROLS THE PAST CONTROLSTHE FUTURE: WHO CONTROLS THEPRESENT CONTROLS THE PAST.GEORGE ORWELL
  59. 59. TECHNOLOGYSURVEILLANCE
  60. 60. BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU.GEORGE ORWELL
  61. 61. COMPLIANCE
  62. 62. NOTHING WAS YOUR OWN EXCEPTTHE FEW CUBIC CENTIMETRES INSIDEYOUR SKULL.GEORGE ORWELL
  63. 63. POLICIESDRACONIAN
  64. 64. THEY COULD BE MADE TO ACCEPTTHE MOST FLAGRANT VIOLATIONS OFREALITY, BECAUSE THEY NEVER FULLYGRASPED THE ENORMITY OF WHATWAS DEMANDED OF THEM, ANDWERE NOT SUFFICIENTLY INTERESTEDIN PUBLIC EVENTS TO NOTICE WHATWAS HAPPENING.GEORGE ORWELL
  65. 65. ONALWAYS
  66. 66. THE INSTRUMENT (THE TELESCREENIT WAS CALLED) COULD BE DIMMED,BUT THERE WAS NO WAY OFSHUTTING IT OFF COMPLETELY.GEORGE ORWELL
  67. 67. DEGRADATIONLANGUAGE
  68. 68. DON’T YOU SEE THE WHOLE AIM OFNEWSPEAK IS TO NARROW THELANGUAGE OF THOUGHT? IN THEEND WE SHALL MAKETHOUGHTCRIME IMPOSSIBLEBECAUSE THERE WILL BE NO WORDSIN WHICH TO EXPRESS IT.GEORGE ORWELL
  69. 69. EVERYTHINGALGORITHMIC
  70. 70. IT WAS ONE OF THOSE COUNTLESSSIMILAR SONGS PUBLISHED FOR THEBENEFIT OF THE PROLES…THE WORDSOF THESE SONGS WERE COMPOSEDWITHOUT ANY HUMANINTERVENTION WHATEVER ON ANINSTRUMENT KNOWN AS THEVERSIFICATOR.GEORGE ORWELL
  71. 71. BACKLOOKING
  72. 72. WHAT AFFLICTED THE PEOPLE INBRAVE NEW WORLD WAS NOT THATTHEY WERE LAUGHING INSTEAD OFTHINKING, BUT THAT THEY DID NOTKNOW WHAT THEY WERE LAUGHINGABOUT AND WHY THEY HAD STOPPEDTHINKING.MATTHEW HUXLEY
  73. 73. EVERYTHING IS AMAZING RIGHTNOW AND NOBODY’S HAPPY.LOUIS CK
  74. 74. THREATS
  75. 75. AUTONOMYOFLOSS
  76. 76. DEPENDANCE
  77. 77. AUTHORITYTOSUBMISSION
  78. 78. OPPORTUNITIES
  79. 79. LEARNINGACCELERATED
  80. 80. WORLDOPEN
  81. 81. DATABIG
  82. 82. WHAT?NOW
  83. 83. BROTHERBIGMONITOR
  84. 84. BUSINESSBIGMONITOR
  85. 85. AUTHORITYDISABLINGVSAUTONOMYENABLING
  86. 86. MANIFESTO?ORBLUEPRINT
  87. 87. THANKS!QUESTIONS?@HAMZAK

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