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Lecture one - Technological Determinism This note explains the main view that we should be taking throughout the course - technological determinism.

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Social organization (and individual experience) is dependent on dominant media. Ignores/obscures the role of people in both invention of tech and proce
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Lecture 3 - Print The answers to a few questions on the film "The Day The Universe Changed" as well as a review on what was talked about in previous lectures and this one. October 6th, 2010.

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Speech is often understood as an innate human ability. Writing involved the adaptation of natural materials, the creation of communication media (papyr
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CS100 Lecture 11: Roman Mythology

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CS100 Lecture 10: Trojan War

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CS100 Lecture 9: Theseus and Myths of Athens

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CS100 Lecture 17: Chapter 1

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CS100 Lecture 6: Heracles

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CS100 Lecture 18: Chapter 8

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CS100 Lecture 15: Module 1

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Hardware components: the cpu, primary memory and secondary storage, peripherals. Each cpu has its own machine language that is used to give it instruct
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CS100 Lecture 4: Module 10

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CS100 Lecture 5: Jason and Medea

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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Template Matching, Phoneme, Prosopagnosia

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Taking in sensory input and interpreted it meaningfully. Central problem: how do we attach meaning to the sensory info we receive. Types of perception:
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