Plugged Into Our Devices

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A flipbook made for my FILM260 class on how our communication is being affected as we are plugged into our technological devices.

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Plugged Into Our Devices

  1. 1. PLUGGEDINTO OURDEVICESby Janice LiuImage by Graham Holliday
  2. 2. and have grown reliant on them.We are surrounded by technological devicesImagebyAmitGupta
  3. 3. 84% of peopleworldwide saythey can’t go asingle daywithout theirphones.Sourced from NY Daily News Image by William Hook
  4. 4. 78% of teenscurrently own acell phone.Texting hasreplaced calls& conversation.Image by DrissSourcedfromPew
  5. 5. Image by Sid Dass23% of teens have tablets allowing forgreater access to social networking sites.Sourced from Pew
  6. 6. We can now send a message to thousands ofpeople with just one touch.magebyDerrickCollins
  7. 7. We areconnectingmorebutconversingless.Image by Nic Stage
  8. 8. Our dependancyhas changed ourcommunication.Image by Florian Seroussi
  9. 9. Someday, someday, but certainlynot now, I’d like to learn how tohave a conversation.- 16 year old texterImage by Aayesha Siddiqui“”Sourced from “The Flight from Conversation”
  10. 10. Human relationships are rich and messy.Sourced from “The Flight from Conversation” Image by Patrizia Ferri
  11. 11. We have beenusing technologyto clean up ourrelationships.Image by Tal BrightSourced from “The Flight from Conversation”
  12. 12. Image by Brian AIt is no longerokay to beunavailable.
  13. 13. Constantconnectivityis expected.Image by Emily Carlin
  14. 14. Image by Alexia SE-incompatibility is another new problem.
  15. 15. With so many formsof connection, wemust now ask howto communicate inaddition to what.Image by Jason Howie
  16. 16. We areexpectingmore fromtechnologythan oneanother.Sourced from “The Flight from Conversation” Image by Thomas Lint
  17. 17. Many are looking to machines for thefeeling of companionship.Image by Andrea Vallejos
  18. 18. Image by Kevin DooleyWe need to talk moreface-to-face.
  19. 19. We can even have“face time” throughtechnology.Image by Myles Grant
  20. 20. Image by Nate BoltEspecially since our deviceshave become apart of us.
  21. 21. Some young people feel like they havelost a limbwhen they are without their phones.Image by Andreas Schaefer
  22. 22. Image by Norma DesmondWe arein atightknotwith ourdevices.
  23. 23. Image by Bryan StrangestainOnly time can tell ifwe will be able toincrease ourconversationplugged in.
  24. 24. Image by Serje KijAll images foundin CreativeCommons ofFlickr

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