Class18Online - The Internet. Its changed everything. Dates...

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The Internet.
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It’s changed everything.
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Dates to know. 1969 - ARPAnet ARPAnet created by US military to link contractors, researchers and government. CompuServ CompuServ makes online service available to public in 1979. The prototype of Netscape Navigator Netscape Navigator is created in 1993. mid 1990s - the explosion of the the explosion of the Internet Internet .
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The web. Lexis Lexis , the first database, was created in 1973 for legal documents. Nexis Nexis came along in 1978. 22 years later, you all had a great time doing the content/ source analysis paper using LexisNexis LexisNexis .
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Internet Service Providers Internet Service Providers connect you to the internet for a fee. Comcast, AOL, etc are known as ISPs.
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http://www.J1111.blogspot.com? HTTP HTTP - hypertext transfer protocol, allows computers to talk to each other. HTML HTML - hypertext markup language, the code used to create web pages. Hypertext? Hypertext? Essentially a linking system. Your browser browser is the application you use to read the HTML and link to other sites.
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This is news. And you have no say.
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What does that mean?
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What does that mean? Pure mayhem. And lots of porn. Pure mayhem. And lots of porn.
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The media - and journalism specifically - has lost direct access to the audience. So what?
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That means … There is no central point for information anymore, no universal commonalities among people.
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That means … Popular culture is dead (or dying).
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That means … Advertisers no longer have a direct conduit to a mass audience.
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That means … Media isn’t generating the income they used to, and they can longer afford the staffs they once had.
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Finding a job won’t be easy. You need to get started now.
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course JOURNAL 1111 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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