Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Gregor Mendel, Technological Determinism, Mark P. Mccahill

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Final Exam Key Words:
Scribes
Marginalia
Printing Press & its impact
The scientic revolution
The inductive method
The Reformation and Martin
Luther Humanism
Industrial revolution
Charles Darwin
Gregor Mendel
Evolution & dominant/recessive
genes and the importance of
these to challenging narratives
of the Church
Rene Descartes
Hyperbolic doubt
John Locke
David Hume
Sigmund Freud
Id, Ego and Super Ego
Psychoanalysis
Edward Bernays & ‘torches of
freedom’
Charles Babbage
Alan Turing
The 9 Objections to his
hypothesis that computers can
be as intelligent as humans
J.C.R Licklider
APRA – Advanced Research
Project Agency
Alan C. Kay
Ted Nelson
Hypertext
Transclusion
Tim Burners-Lee
Marc Andreesen
Netscape/Mosaic
Google Bombing
Algorithm
Gerard Salton
‘A Theory of Indexing’
Alan Emtage
‘Archie’
Mark McCahill
Gopher
Matthew Gray
Wandex – First web crawlers
Bots
Jerry Young & David Filo
Sergey Brin and Larry Page
Anatomy of a search engine
Google verticals
Wikipedia and Jimmy Wales
Information society
Post-industrial society
White collar revolution
3 sectors of the economy
- endodermal
- mesodermal
- ectodermal
Schement and Curtis’ 6
categories of the Information
Society
Macro Narrative
Meso Narrative
Micro Narrative
Issues of the Info Society:
- Global inequality
- Sustainability
- Safety
- Space
- Orwellian or Digital
Athens
- Intelligent City
- Corpus Digital
- Creative Info Society
- Post-Info Society
Digital media literacy
Digital immigrant
Principles of the Internet
Microburst gratication
Technological determinism
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