Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect

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Flipbook-The Goldilocks Effect

  1. 1. The Goldilocks EffectKeeping peopleat the‘Just Right’distanceImage by Daniela Brownby @nileslawrence
  2. 2. Technologyallows us toconstantlyconnectwith many peopleat the same timeImage by ipmatth
  3. 3. Technology keepsus connected,but traps usin individualbubblesImage by gnomeza
  4. 4. “The more connected we become themore likely we are to beImage by LB Londonalone”-Michelle Atagana
  5. 5. We hide our true selfonly showing the ‘ideal’ on Facebook & TwitterImage by Brittany Greene
  6. 6. But humanrelationships areImage by J+B=Usmessysporadicand
  7. 7. Real conversation accounts for tone,allows for understanding at a deeperlevel, and seeing from a different pointof viewImage by Zombies-eat-flesh
  8. 8. With no emotionalinteraction,technology even changeswho we are...Image by Johan Larssom
  9. 9. We expect communication to bequick, simple, and syncedImage by eschipul
  10. 10. We are becoming unable to truly connect,build trust, and in turn self reflectImage byGrizdave
  11. 11. People are in their ownworldsand are activelyavoiding realconversationImage by Sean Dreilinger
  12. 12. When people are unable to connect,they turn less and less to peopleand more to technologyImage by BenSpark
  13. 13. In January 2013,Facebook had 1.06+ billionmonthly usersImage by Owenwbrown618+ million weredaily active usersSource: Facebook passes1.06 billion monthly activeusers, 680 million mobileusers, and 618 milliondaily users
  14. 14. Constanttweets andFacebookupdates reflectour need tobe heardImage by Johan Larssom
  15. 15. Technology relationshipsmislead us to believewe have real relationshipsImage by gfpeck“I sharetherefore I am”
  16. 16. “We seem increasingly drawn to technologiesthat provide the illusion of companionshipwithout the demands of relationship” –Sherry TuckleImage by h.koppdelaney
  17. 17. Technologybecomes ourmethod ofchoice evenfor importantconversations.Image by Darwin70
  18. 18. "A full-scale apology means I know Ive hurt you, I get to see that inyour eyes, You get to see that Im uncomfortable, and with that, thecompassion response kicks in.”-Sherry Turkletexting“I’m sorry”and hitting sendbypasses thehumaninteractionImage by Ahmad Chaudhary1
  19. 19. As time goes on,we communicate less with peopleand more with technology.Image by DavidShutter
  20. 20. We mass communicateand miss out on theImage by Quinn Anyaemotionsin frontof us...
  21. 21. Image by tribesEven telephone use is dying.- Pew Institute188 Billion text messages were sentmonthly in the U.S. in 2010Souce: We never talk any more:The problem with text messagingImage by tribes
  22. 22. Though connected,we are alone....Image by prayitno
  23. 23. Image by Lucy TakakuraTextResearch References:1. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-flight-from-conversation.html?pagewanted=all&_r=02. http://memeburn.com/2012/04/the-goldilocks-effect-connected-but-alone-ted-video/3. http://www.bitrebels.com/social/how-social-media-is-making-us-awkward-infographic/4. http://www.sysomos.com/insidetwitter/sixdegrees/5. http://larryborsato.com/blog/2012/04/the-goldilocks-effect/6. http://thenextweb.com/facebook/2013/01/30/facebook-passes-1-06-billion-monthly-active-users-680-million-mobile-users-and-618-million-daily-users/7. http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/31/tech/mobile/problem-text-messaging-oms

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