Thinking digitally about information

Here again are two videos from Michael Wesch that we’ve watched in class the past couple of weeks. Both touch upon key ways in which the nature of digital information—by its very nature—challenges traditional assumptions about human communication. I know the type was a little hard to read, and some of the terminology (such as XML) might have been new for you, so I suggest you spin through them again on your own.

 

 

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