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  • Title: Bloggerati, Twitterati: How Blogs and Twitter Are Transforming Popular Culture
  • Author: Mary Cross
  • ISBN: 9780313384844
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Bloggerati, Twitterati How Blogs and Twitter Are Transforming Popular Culture explores the ongoing digital revolution and examines the way it is changing and will change the way people live and communicate Starting from the proposition that the Internet is now the center of popular culture, the book offers descriptions of blogs and Twitter and the online behavior theyBloggerati, Twitterati How Blogs and Twitter Are Transforming Popular Culture explores the ongoing digital revolution and examines the way it is changing and will change the way people live and communicate Starting from the proposition that the Internet is now the center of popular culture, the book offers descriptions of blogs and Twitter and the online behavior they foster It looks at the demographics of users and the impact of the Internet on knowledge, thinking, writing, politics, and journalism.A primary focus is on the way blogs and tweets are opening up communication to the people, free from gatekeepers and sanctioned rhetoric The other side of the coin is the online hijacking of the news and its potential for spreading misinformation and fomenting polarization, topics that are analyzed even as the situation continues to evolve Finally, the book gathers predictions from cultural critics about the future of digital popular culture and makes a few predictions of its own.
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    Commentaires:

    Katrina Sark
    1957 – Russia launched Sputnik, the first spaceship to orbit the earth, leaving the U.S. behind in the technology and space race1958 – U.S. organized the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) to move ahead on technology projects like interconnecting military computers at the Pentagon 1968 – ARPANET network launched as basics for the development of the Internet1971 – E-mail developed by Ray Tomlinson (set the protocol for using @ in email addresses1973 – First trans-Atlantic connecti [...]

    Marissa Schmidt
    How many hours a day do you spend online? I’m sure at least part of that time is spent doing work or family related activities, but how much of it is spent perusing Facebook, sending out Tweets, and reading or updating a blog? If you’re anything like the millions of people online everyday I’m sure it’s more than you realize. In “bloggerati, twitterati: How Blogs and Twitter Are Transforming Popular Culture”, Mary Cross delves into the world of social media and the Internet in genera [...]

    Megan
    In this book the author gives many different statistics and social media advice as well as individuals opinions. The subject matter of the book was mainly statistics and data revolving around Twitter, blogging and the internet as a way for people to receive information. The author describes when the internet becomes more predominate and how people search for their information and how it has changed. The author also acknowledges that because of the internet people are more socially connected than [...]

    Mary
    I read this for my thesis. It compared traditional blogging with micro-blogging (twitter), and discussed how these two forms of communication are changing popular culture. I found a lot of the book to be common knowledge or information I already knew, and since it was written in 2010, a lot of the information that it is touting as "new", is quite out of date already. However, the most valuable resource from this book are all of the studies that the author cites throughout in the footnotes. These [...]

    Harish Puvvula
    Unimpressive. Dry. No take aways. Lot of numbers about percentage of bloggers, twitter users, demographics, nationalities. most of the content is repetitive

    Tomi
    Didn't quite enjoy this I must admit, towards the last few chapters, I skimmed through.

    Tiffany
    Informative, but a lot of the stuff was repetitive. And on one page would be a statistic, and two pages later a conflicting statistic would appear.

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