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CS100 Lecture Notes - Printing, Pictogram, Samuel Morse

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13 Dec 2013
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Smack the slow media association of canada, kitchener. The content of one medium is always the content of another. What does the medium retrieve that h
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Birds Eye View, The Gutenberg Galaxy, Claude S. Fischer

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17 Sep 2013
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10 short answer or fill in the blanks (4 marks each) Only worry about dates that are on the power points and know general time frames. If we are in the
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Print Culture, Photojournalism, Marshall Mcluhan

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28 Nov 2012
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Mcluhan question on final exam is false, he does everything but mass media he is more about print, orality, etc. See the rise in the mass in need to le
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WLUCS100Ghislain ThibaultFall

CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Incunable, Marshall Mcluhan, Protestant Reformation

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17 Sep 2013
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Printing press argued as a prime mover in history: technology that influenced other technology, prototype for mass production, makes knowledge more wid
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Hypertext Transfer Protocol

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10 Dec 2012
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Personal Identity, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Hypodermic Needle

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17 Sep 2013
31
Until regulation came about to protect users from immoral content (ie. We have had advertising supported broadcasting for so long-seventy years that it
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Understanding Media, The Tokens, Soltyrei

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16 Sep 2013
36
Medium (singular) any form that carries a message. The term appears in the 1920"s with the rise of national radio broadcasters (cbc, pbs) and large dif
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WLUCS100Ghislain ThibaultFall

CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Canadian Pacific Railway, Walter J. Ong, New Media

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16 Sep 2013
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Large scale political organizations such as empires must be considered from a standpoint of two dimensions, those of space and time. When an empire cho
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Kony 2012, Herman Hollerith, Transmission Control Protocol

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17 Sep 2013
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The audience may be active in some ways when watching tv; but interactivity remains limited. Mcluhan would say, you are watching the box, not the conte
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Radio First, Social Forces, Marshall Mcluhan

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17 Sep 2013
28
They set up cameras along a railway and took photos of a horse running, but when they put them all together, they had their first movie! Eadweard muybr
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Imperial Cult, Shang Dynasty

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16 Sep 2013
35
The beginning of communications is impossible to pinpoint but not hard to imagine. As the world became increasingly complex the need for extrasomatic m
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Maya Calendar, Orality, Logogram

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22 Oct 2013
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From tokens to pictograms to formal patterns. Historical records - writing made history possible. Signature linked to your identity, writing your name
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