4 edition of Imagining the internet found in the catalog.
Imagining the internet
Janna Quitney Anderson
|Statement||Janna Quitney Anderson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 307 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||307|
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While the information societies of the twenty-first century will develop ever more sophisticated technologies, the Internet is now a familiar and pervasive part of the world in which we live, work Imagining the Internet explores and provides insights into the impact of Internet evolution.
Imagining the internet book It exposes future possibilities and provides a peek at the past. Here you will find the words of many thousands of people from every corner of the world, from today and yesterday, sharing their thoughts about the likely future of :// The first Imagining the internet book produced out of the work of the Imagining the Internet Center is a witty look at the smart statements stakeholders and skeptics were making from to about the future of the Internet.
“Imagining the Internet” (Rowman & Littlefield), is a print book that serves as a companion to the “Early s Predictions Database.” In the early s, people predicted the death of privacy, an end to the current concept of 'property,' a paperless society, channels of high-definition interactive television, world peace, and the extinction of the human race after a takeover engineered by intelligent machines.
Imagining the Internet zeroes in on predictions about the Internet's future and revisits past predictions-and This book is an impressive survey of our collective and cumulative understanding of the evolution of digital communication systems and the Internet.
While the information societies of the twenty-first century will develop ever more sophisticated technologies, the Internet is now a familiar and pervasive part of the world in which we live, work, and :// "Imagining the Internet arrives at a critical moment in Internet time--just when breath-taking national policy initiatives are being introduced in ways that could reshape freedom of expression, privacy, and other core communication values that underpin the vitality of network societies around the world.
Robin Mansell brings her critical › Books › Business & Money › Management & Leadership. Imagining the Internet is a thorough and documented analysis of the political conflicts and policy debates surrounding the design and governance of the communication networks of our lives. Robin Mansell is an authority in the field of communication technology studies and this book brings together a coherent argument of her seminal contributions to the understanding of the :// Elon University formally established the nonprofit Imagining the Internet Center, based in the School of Communications.
An Imagining the Internet team edited and posted four hours of video interviews with 31 stakeholders recorded at the Future of the Internet Economy conference of the OECD in Seoul, Korea. A book-length version Janna Quitney Anderson's new book, "Imagining the Internet: Personalities, Predictions, Perspectives," won't be the most interesting reading for the typical Internet user, but anyone who has a vested interest in the future of technology will find that it is a worthwhile › Books › Computers & Technology.