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    Cyberculture

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    Cyberculture Through new technologies including computers, World Wide Web, and email, we have seen many changes the way we think about and carry out the process of writing. While most seem to welcome new technologies others like Sven Birkets believe these new technologies are hurting the learning process. He writes, “Many educators say that our students are less and less able to read, or analyze, or write with clarity and purpose. Who can blame the students? Everything they meet with in the

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    Cyberculture Essay E-mail today is the medium of choice when it comes to formal or informal exchange of written information. It has changed the way we thought about writing and drastically changed the way we correspond through writing. E-mail has added a certain type of convenience and its own unique style, although impersonal at times, to the written form of today’s communication. James Sosnoski said it well when he wrote in 1995, “reading electronic texts on screens is likely to be the

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    Cyberculture and the Future of Print

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    Email has drastically challenged America’s sense of communication, thinking and identity. “You’ve got mail!” In 1995, my family ordered America Online, and the world wide web was ushered into our house. We paid a nominal twenty dollar fee for a certain amount of time online. The familiar moniker of this internet service was so popular that a movie was made bearing the same name. I remember when my family ordered America Online in 1995, it existed in much the same context of novelty that Mark

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    Impact of Cyberculture on Reading

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    Impact of Cyberculture on Reading I have found that people are quick to blame technology for their problems. I cant even recall the number of times I have seen co-workers accidentally delete a file on their computer and then curse at the computer and blame it for the deleted project. Even in the English class that I am writing this essay for, I have on several occasions, seen students not know how to get the computer to perform the task that they want it too, and then say "damn mac's." Like

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    Cyberculture and the Future of Print

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    anyone across the United States for a one on one instant message conversation. Within a ten year time period, we have become a very cyber centered society, and I dont expect a change any time soon. The purpose of this paper, is to explain how cyberculture has changed the way that we think about writing, and ourselves in particular as writers. As young adults, it is always instilled in us, that there is a right way to do something and a wrong way to do something. I was taught growing up to sit

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    The Future of Print and Cyberculture

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    The Future of Print and Cyberculture As our class learned from the last assignment in which we created a writing technology, the introduction of new technology can change the way that people operate on a day-to-day basis. Inventions like the automobile and the television, for example, have forever changed the culture in many countries. However, no invention has changed the world more than the computer. In fact it has been the computer that has made the most recent technological phenomenon, the

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    Cyberculture and the Future of Print

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    The technology that is available to the public today is mind-blowing. In my lifetime alone, I have seen astounding technological progress: from the home computer to the DVD player, to truly surreal medical breakthroughs. A new era is taking hold of society. We are faster, better educated, richer, and livelonger. All of these things can be attributed to the technological advances that have occurred within the last fifty years. Thanks to the “modern marvels” of our time, we can watch big-screen

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    Where are we Headed in Cyberculture? According to Sven Birkerts in his essay, Into the Electronic Millennium, “a change is upon us – nothing could be clearer. The printed word is part of a vestigial order that we are moving away from – by choice and by societal compulsion” (Tribble and Trubek, 63). It is impossible to disagree with this statement given the technological evolutions that have occurred over the years. The availability and preference of what is involved in the change is what is

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    I can remember, as a child, looking forward to the mail being delivered. The eagerness I felt as I waited for my mother to sift through it and the joy I felt when, on those rare occasions, I received a letter. It was not the actual words on the page that held the true excitement but rather I was important enough to receive that page of words that came wrapped in an envelope with my name on it! Now, many years later, I watch my ten-year-old daughter eagerly check her e-mail with the same enthusiasm

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    Global Connections

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    Global Connections The cyberculture of the World Wide Web has created virtual communities by means of bulletin boards. These bulletin boards give any individual the ability to instantly publish their thoughts and advice on a particular subject to a mass audience. This capability to connect with strangers across the globe, as well as the ability to publish to a mass market without the support of a large publishing house was once impossible. The introduction material to the Future of Print

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