TOO MUCH CONNECTION?Image:	  Nomo123	  BY TRISTAN ZENG
TWITTER HAS 269MILLION ACTIVEUSERS500MILLIONTWEETSPER DAYImage:	  MDGovpics	  
Google +IS RACKING UPLARGENUMBERS OFNEW USERSIT NOW CAN BOAST 359MILLION ACTIVE USERSImage:	  brionv	  
FACEBOOK IS NOW AT 1.06BILLION MONTHLY ACTIVEUSERSImage:	  Robert	  Scoble	  
IF FACEBOOK WERE A COUNTRY IT WOULD BETHE THIRD LARGEST IN THE WORLD, BEHINDONLY CHINA AND INDIAImage:	  marcopako	  
FACEBOOKSAW 57%GROWTH INMOBILEMONTHLYUSERSTHIS NUMBER EXCEEDED THE NUMBER OF PEOPLEUSING IT ON DESKTOPS ON A DAILY BASISIm...
We live in a technological universe in which we are alwayscommunicating. And yet we have sacrificed conversationfor mere c...
We are together, but each of us is in our ownbubble, furiously connected to keyboardsand tiny touch screens. Image:	  jfgo...
THE LITTLEDEVICES MOSTOF US CARRYAROUND ARE SOPOWERFULTHAT THEY CHANGENOT ONLY WHAT WE DO,BUT ALSO WHO WE ARE.By	  UltraSl...
Self-presentation becomes moreimportant than self-representation inconstructing identity online. Image:	  niallkennedy	  
Texting and e-mail and posting let us present theself we want to be. We can edit. And if we wishto, we can delete.Image:	 ...
USERSCONSCIOUSLYCHOOSE ANIMAGE THATOMITS SOMEFLAWS OF WHICHTHEY BELIEVEOTHERS WILLDISAPPROVEOR DEEMINAPPROPRIATE.Image:	  ...
We have high accessibility to so many people,and we’re choosing breadth over depth and avirtual world over the real world....
NEARLY 40% OF AMERICANS NOW SPEND MORETIME SOCIALIZING VIA THE INTERNET THANTHEY DO IN REAL LIFE.Image:	  pennstatenews	  
It seems that over time we stop caring, weforget that there is a difference, betweenconnection and conversation..Image	  J...
But connecting doesn’t work aswell when it comes tounderstanding and knowing oneanother.	  Image:	  MeckiMac	  
IF YOURRELATIONSHIPIS ONLYTHROUGH ACOMPUTERYOU ARELOSING THATPERSONALCONNECTION.Image:	  	  __o[ES]__	  
A reliance on virtual world communicationscould lead to a deficiency in real worldabilities.Image:	  	  davus	  
WE EXPECT MOREFROM TECHNOLOGYAND LESSFROM ONEANOTHER,AND…Image:	  LJR.MIKE	  
Seem increasingly drawn totechnologies that provide theillusion of companionship withoutthe demands of relationship.Image:...
Not too long ago,people walked withtheir heads up,looking at thewater, the sky, thesand and at oneanother, talking...Image...
Now they often walk with theirheads down, typing.Image:	  comedy_nose
SOURCES•  hSp://www.nyUmes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-­‐flight-­‐from-­‐conversaUon.html?pagewanted=all	  •  hSp://c...
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Flipbook - Film 260

  1. 1. TOO MUCH CONNECTION?Image:  Nomo123  BY TRISTAN ZENG
  2. 2. TWITTER HAS 269MILLION ACTIVEUSERS500MILLIONTWEETSPER DAYImage:  MDGovpics  
  3. 3. Google +IS RACKING UPLARGENUMBERS OFNEW USERSIT NOW CAN BOAST 359MILLION ACTIVE USERSImage:  brionv  
  4. 4. FACEBOOK IS NOW AT 1.06BILLION MONTHLY ACTIVEUSERSImage:  Robert  Scoble  
  5. 5. IF FACEBOOK WERE A COUNTRY IT WOULD BETHE THIRD LARGEST IN THE WORLD, BEHINDONLY CHINA AND INDIAImage:  marcopako  
  6. 6. FACEBOOKSAW 57%GROWTH INMOBILEMONTHLYUSERSTHIS NUMBER EXCEEDED THE NUMBER OF PEOPLEUSING IT ON DESKTOPS ON A DAILY BASISImage:    louisvolant  
  7. 7. We live in a technological universe in which we are alwayscommunicating. And yet we have sacrificed conversationfor mere connection.Image:  UltraSlo1  
  8. 8. We are together, but each of us is in our ownbubble, furiously connected to keyboardsand tiny touch screens. Image:  jfgornet  
  9. 9. THE LITTLEDEVICES MOSTOF US CARRYAROUND ARE SOPOWERFULTHAT THEY CHANGENOT ONLY WHAT WE DO,BUT ALSO WHO WE ARE.By  UltraSlo1  
  10. 10. Self-presentation becomes moreimportant than self-representation inconstructing identity online. Image:  niallkennedy  
  11. 11. Texting and e-mail and posting let us present theself we want to be. We can edit. And if we wishto, we can delete.Image:  msk  
  12. 12. USERSCONSCIOUSLYCHOOSE ANIMAGE THATOMITS SOMEFLAWS OF WHICHTHEY BELIEVEOTHERS WILLDISAPPROVEOR DEEMINAPPROPRIATE.Image:  dawolf-­‐  
  13. 13. We have high accessibility to so many people,and we’re choosing breadth over depth and avirtual world over the real world. Image:  FullbridgeProgram  
  14. 14. NEARLY 40% OF AMERICANS NOW SPEND MORETIME SOCIALIZING VIA THE INTERNET THANTHEY DO IN REAL LIFE.Image:  pennstatenews  
  15. 15. It seems that over time we stop caring, weforget that there is a difference, betweenconnection and conversation..Image  Jonwick04  
  16. 16. But connecting doesn’t work aswell when it comes tounderstanding and knowing oneanother.  Image:  MeckiMac  
  17. 17. IF YOURRELATIONSHIPIS ONLYTHROUGH ACOMPUTERYOU ARELOSING THATPERSONALCONNECTION.Image:    __o[ES]__  
  18. 18. A reliance on virtual world communicationscould lead to a deficiency in real worldabilities.Image:    davus  
  19. 19. WE EXPECT MOREFROM TECHNOLOGYAND LESSFROM ONEANOTHER,AND…Image:  LJR.MIKE  
  20. 20. Seem increasingly drawn totechnologies that provide theillusion of companionship withoutthe demands of relationship.Image:  vonderauvisuals  
  21. 21. Not too long ago,people walked withtheir heads up,looking at thewater, the sky, thesand and at oneanother, talking...Image:  mikebaird  
  22. 22. Now they often walk with theirheads down, typing.Image:  comedy_nose
  23. 23. SOURCES•  hSp://www.nyUmes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-­‐flight-­‐from-­‐conversaUon.html?pagewanted=all  •  hSp://ca.ign.com/arUcles/2013/05/02/report-­‐google-­‐bigger-­‐than-­‐twiSer-­‐with-­‐359-­‐million-­‐acUve-­‐users  •  hSp://www.businessinsider.com/google-­‐plus-­‐is-­‐outpacing-­‐twiSer-­‐2013-­‐5  hSp://www.academia.edu/1878518/IdenUty_ConstrucUon_on_Facebook  •  hSp://fuseduluth.blogspot.ca/2013/01/conversaUon-­‐vs-­‐connecUon.html  •  All  images  from  Flickr  CreaUve  Commons  

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