Social media, mobilephone, and our lonely livesSocial media and mobile phones increase people’s loneliness, dependence, an...
The connection betweensocial media and smart phonesPhotocred: Jennifer Conley (Flikr)
To use your social networks to their fullpotential, you need to access them from yourphone so you can share your favorite ...
"The idea that I have to monitor my Twitteraccount, email, Facebook, cellphone and land line…is TOO MUCH." – Sherry Turkle
Dependence on social media, theneed of our online connectionPhotocred: Ara Bedrossian
A Facebook page or a Twitter feed eachprovides so many a u t o m a t i c listeners
Instead of going out and meeting actual humanbeings with whom we can develop arelationship, we spend time chatting online ...
It is as though we use [people we meetonline], need them as spare parts to supportour increasingly fragile selves.Photocre...
Studies have shown that the comments on yourFacebook profile picture strongly affect yourlevel of perceived attractiveness...
One of the differences between our self-image in reallife and online is more ability to change our look, andalso m a s k o...
Dependence on smart phonesPhotocred: Miso soup designAlone yet connected
We are together, but each of us is in our ownbubble, furiously connected to keyboards and tiny touchscreens
If we are unable to be alone,we are far more likely to be lonely.Photocred: Andreas JD (Deviantart)
“Someday,but certainly not now,I’d like to learn how tohavea conversation.”-a 16 year-old boyPhotocred: odeku03 (Flikr)
“The occasional day where my phone isntcharged or I leave it behind, it feels almost asthough Im naked in public.”– Michae...
Young ppl are so addicted to their mobile phonesthey feel like they’ve lost a limb without themPhotocred: Seanyboy (Wordpr...
Technology has created a situation where we aretreating each other as though we were stalkers.Photocred: Stephen King (Fli...
The c o n s e q u e n c e s of dependence –power of the companies that hold ourinformationPhotocred: NatUlrich (Shuttersto...
“There are no pictures of my two young kids onthe Internet, because I don’t want to lose control ofthe images. It’s a perm...
“Their (online user’s) data are not only beingarchived but also analyzed and scored.” – FertikPhotocred: Baris Simsek (iph...
[with Facebook Home], Facebook is going to be able totrack your every move, and Every Little ActionPhotocred: Hustvedt (Wi...
Everything you do and say on Facebookcan be used to serve you adsPhotocred: Prashant
Google asserts the right to combine all theinformation it can obtain from anysources, including those never authorized by ...
The world seen through Google’somnipresent eyes (from Google glass)Photocred: Paul Wagenseil
CreditAll images are licensed under the Creative CommonsNon-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 agreement andsourced from various i...
References• http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eric-k-clemons/google-privacy-case_b_1522874.html• http://techland.time.com/2013...
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  • Dobbs Ferry, istockphoto
  • Jennifer Conley, Mobile in full force at OpenCamp (Flikr)
  • KarlyDombSadof-Why smart phones are the future of social networking, Forbes
  • http://blog.socialmaximizer.com/psychology-copywriting-analytics-in-social-media/#more-3615Sherry Turkle, “He texts, she tweets – are they e-compatible?”
  • AraBedrossian (http://arabedrossian.org/tag/dependence/)
  • iRobot movie screenshotSherry Turkle, Flight from Conversation
  • Erin Jonasson
  • Rachel SouzaFlight from Conversation
  • John SouzaSocial psychology of the selfie
  • Dove’s beauty campaignSocial psychology of the selfies
  • http://www.misosoupdesign.com/news.html
  • Betty HallFlight from conversation
  • Flight from conversationhttp://th00.deviantart.net/fs43/200H/f/2009/134/c/7/Lonely_boy_by_AndreasJd.jpgAndreas Jd (deviantart)
  • Phone by odeku03 (Flikr)Flight from conversation
  • More youth use smartphones to log online, U.S. reporthttp://inspiringwallpapers.net/cute-baby-wallpaper/
  • Mobile phone addiction ruining relationshipshttp://sportstalkchicago.wordpress.com/2012/02/01/america-where-75-of-people-text-while-taking-a-dump/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevendepolo/4066581817/sizes/o/in/photostream/He texts she tweets, are they e-compatible?Stephen King
  •  Facebook Graph Search Is A Disruptive Minefield Of Unintended Consequence
  •  Facebook Graph Search Is A Disruptive Minefield Of Unintended ConsequenceBarisSimsek (iphotostock)
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Three_Surveillance_cameras.jpg
  • Prashant
  • R.G. Daniel
  • Why life through google glass should be our eyes only
  • Social media, mobile phone, and our lonely lives

    1. 1. Social media, mobilephone, and our lonely livesSocial media and mobile phones increase people’s loneliness, dependence, and exposure of privacyPhotocred: Dobbs Ferry (istockphoto)By: HelenWu
    2. 2. The connection betweensocial media and smart phonesPhotocred: Jennifer Conley (Flikr)
    3. 3. To use your social networks to their fullpotential, you need to access them from yourphone so you can share your favorite moments asthey happenPhotocred: Karly Domb Sadof
    4. 4. "The idea that I have to monitor my Twitteraccount, email, Facebook, cellphone and land line…is TOO MUCH." – Sherry Turkle
    5. 5. Dependence on social media, theneed of our online connectionPhotocred: Ara Bedrossian
    6. 6. A Facebook page or a Twitter feed eachprovides so many a u t o m a t i c listeners
    7. 7. Instead of going out and meeting actual humanbeings with whom we can develop arelationship, we spend time chatting online withpeople we barely knowPhotocred: Erom Kpmasspm
    8. 8. It is as though we use [people we meetonline], need them as spare parts to supportour increasingly fragile selves.Photocred: Rachel Souza
    9. 9. Studies have shown that the comments on yourFacebook profile picture strongly affect yourlevel of perceived attractivenessPhotocred: John Souza
    10. 10. One of the differences between our self-image in reallife and online is more ability to change our look, andalso m a s k our identity.Photocred: Dove Beauty Campaign
    11. 11. Dependence on smart phonesPhotocred: Miso soup designAlone yet connected
    12. 12. We are together, but each of us is in our ownbubble, furiously connected to keyboards and tiny touchscreens
    13. 13. If we are unable to be alone,we are far more likely to be lonely.Photocred: Andreas JD (Deviantart)
    14. 14. “Someday,but certainly not now,I’d like to learn how tohavea conversation.”-a 16 year-old boyPhotocred: odeku03 (Flikr)
    15. 15. “The occasional day where my phone isntcharged or I leave it behind, it feels almost asthough Im naked in public.”– Michael Weller, a senior at New Trier High SchoolPhotocred: Paul Mood
    16. 16. Young ppl are so addicted to their mobile phonesthey feel like they’ve lost a limb without themPhotocred: Seanyboy (Wordpress)
    17. 17. Technology has created a situation where we aretreating each other as though we were stalkers.Photocred: Stephen King (Flikr)a
    18. 18. The c o n s e q u e n c e s of dependence –power of the companies that hold ourinformationPhotocred: NatUlrich (Shutterstock Images)
    19. 19. “There are no pictures of my two young kids onthe Internet, because I don’t want to lose control ofthe images. It’s a permanent record.” – BarssPhotocred: Lao An (Flikr)
    20. 20. “Their (online user’s) data are not only beingarchived but also analyzed and scored.” – FertikPhotocred: Baris Simsek (iphotostock)
    21. 21. [with Facebook Home], Facebook is going to be able totrack your every move, and Every Little ActionPhotocred: Hustvedt (Wikimedia)
    22. 22. Everything you do and say on Facebookcan be used to serve you adsPhotocred: Prashant
    23. 23. Google asserts the right to combine all theinformation it can obtain from anysources, including those never authorized by theproviderPhotocred: R.G. Daniel
    24. 24. The world seen through Google’somnipresent eyes (from Google glass)Photocred: Paul Wagenseil
    25. 25. CreditAll images are licensed under the Creative CommonsNon-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 agreement andsourced from various image hosting websites such asFlikr, Wikimedia, Shutterstock images, Gettyimages, and iStockPhoto
    26. 26. References• http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eric-k-clemons/google-privacy-case_b_1522874.html• http://techland.time.com/2013/05/02/the-real-privacy-implications-of-google-glass/#ixzz2TOgv5IMl• http://mktg-matters.blogspot.ca/2013/01/facebook-privacy-changes.html• http://gigaom.com/2013/04/04/why-facebook-home-bothers-me-it-destroys-any-notion-of-privacy/• http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-wygant/how-do-the-internet-and-i_b_651832.html• http://www.pcworld.com/article/2030662/why-smartphones-are-the-rightful-kings-of-social-media.html• http://www.forbes.com/sites/jondube/2012/05/08/why-smartphones-are-the-future-of-social-networking/• http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304708604577502672286303452.html• http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-flight-from-conversation.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0• http://mashable.com/2013/02/15/social-media-and-the-selfie/• http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/9714616/Mobile-phone-addiction-ruining-relationships.html• http://www.ctvnews.ca/more-youth-use-smartphones-to-log-online-u-s-report-1.1193559#ixzz2Qnxqu5cd

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