INF. 103, WK3, AS2 Tarasha Hickson-Smith TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

INF. 103, WK3, AS2 Tarasha Hickson-Smith TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

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Running Head: TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION TECHNICAL COMMUNCATION IN THE INFORMATION AGE Tarasha Hickson-Smith INF. 103 Professor Valerie Schroeder June 13, 2011
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TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION 2 TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION IN THE INFORMATION AGE The Future of Information The information age of the 22 nd century is much more different than that of the 20 th century. There have been advancements that have improved access to certain types of information that was not easily accessible to the public in ways that have been created recently (Bowles, The New PC- Portable Computing, 2010). As an opposition to that change there have been certain complications caused by this ease of access made possible by the new information age. We went from spending all day in the library, manually thumbing through tons of books, collecting information to be photo copied and hand typed into a document and distributed via” snail mail” , to being able to search, click, copy, paste, and send via the share button from a device as small as the palm of our hands. The technical change in the way information is shared has proven to be different but not all good for law makers that protect the originators of the information being shared. To prove this fact I will share my personal concerns as well as other global and corporate instances where people have both benefited and suffered because of the powerful force of the new information age and the technicalities that are associated with our unified participation. Personal Communication via the Social Web
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INF. 103, WK3, AS2 Tarasha Hickson-Smith TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

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