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Week 1 notes 172/272

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What Professor Reeves covered in Class involving new media in this millenium. Generational differences in relationship with Media
Media Psychology
Professor Byron Reeves
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Radzihovsky on Saturday January 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 172/272 at Stanford University taught by Professor Byron Reeves in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views.


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Date Created: 01/23/16
Notes  for  Week  1   A  30  year  history  of  the  future ture#t-­‐6401     • People  and  computers  together  (TRENDS)   o Initially  computers  weren’t  yet  for  humans   o Fingers  were  though  to  be  stupid  but  now  we  use  touch  sensing  all  the   time   o “not  serious  computer  science”   o transformed  to  be  not  about  the  media  but  about  the   movement/message   o For  a  while  we  were  moving  all  services  onto  the  device  and  making   everything  more  accessible  in  one  place  (but  it  wasn’t  the  real  thing)   o Now  we’re  moving  things  back  off  the  device  but  looking  at   INTELLIGENCE.     § Can  I  build  the  things  in  my  life  to  know  what  I  want  without   doing  to  much  work  to  ask  them?   o Learning  best  approximated  by  computer  programs   § Bugs  >>  must  debug  (iterate  until  you  find  what  is  wrong/   misunderstanding)   § Can  learning  happen  where  there  are  no  schools?     • 1  laptop/child  startup   • dropped  off  laptops  without  instructions     o hacked  android  within  6  months   o children  taught  each  other  using  the  laptop   o What’s  next??   § Connect  the  last  billion     • Rural   • Plan:  connect  them  with  a  stationary  satellite  (can   connect  100  million  people  with  2  billion  dollars)     o What  we  were  spending  in  Afghanistan  every   week   o Therefore  we  should  be  doing  it   § Ingesting  information   • Ex:  Swallow  pill  and  know  a  new  language     Internet  Trends  (Meeker)   • Developing  markets  tend  to  have  lower  GDP  per  Capita/spending  power   • Millennials   o Tech  savy   o Expect  flexible  work  hours   o Most  important  thing  to  millennials  =  meaningful  work   § What  managers  think  is  most  important  things  to  millennials  =   money   o Internet  access  and  smartphone  subscription  are  constantly  rising   • Connectivity  has  changed   o People  are  connected  24/7  with  mobile  devices   • Online  Platform/  marketplace  Income  =  material  for  many  people     • Armed  with  Mobile  Devices  +  Social  Media  =  Helping  Drive  Innovation   • Big  Internet  Markets  =  China  +  India   o Most  used  apps  in  India  are  all  communication  apps   o Top  of  E-­‐commerce  sales    


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