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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe internet’s current state, future, and impact on all spheres of our lives, Mesh (“Canada’s web conference”), Palm’s new Foleo smartphone companion and video games were among the things holding our attention this week. The emphasis on video games is. Continue reading this postDavid Suzuki convocation address webcast todayby Saleem Khan, CBC News Online David Suzuki is giving the convocation address at Ryerson University this afternoon, which will be webcast.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileMichael Wesch, an assistant professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University, posted a video on YouTube last Wednesday on Web 2.0 entitled “Web 2.0 . The Machine is Us/ing Us.” It’s a fascinating attempt to distill the essence of the internet today in a five minute video, complete with a techno soundtrack.Wesch’s video explains the evolution of the written word from text to hypertext to xml to the open source shared universe of Web 2.0 and does so entirely through the very text it seeks to explain. It’s also become, according to the online academic journal Inside Higher Ed, an overnight sensation.First posted a week ago, it already has over 120,000 views on YouTube, a rare event for what amounts to an academic treatise.”I was totally amazed,” Wesch said.