UT Knoxville CCI 150 - Information Science Continued and Communcation and Culture (2 pages)

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Information Science Continued and Communcation and Culture

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We continued and finished the Information science chapter in this lecture and began the Commutation and Culture lecture.


Lecture number:
6
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Tennessee
Course:
Cci 150 - Communication/Information Age
Edition:
1

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CCI 150 1st Edition Lecture 6 Outline of Last Lecture I Mass Media Effects Continued II Information Science and Technology Outline of Current Lecture I Information Science and Technology Cont II Communication and Culture Current Lecture I Information Science and Technology Cont 1 The digital divide The digital age brings a wealth of information to your couch but not if you can t afford the technology New technology transfers part of the cost to the end user but not everyone can afford that cost i e in the past you would get a very very large catalog to order things you wanted which the company had paid for to have made and mailed to you Now you pay for your computer and your web access in order to online shop This is actually saving the companies a lot of money and we are incurring the cost There are three reasons people don t have access to the internet The cost of devices and service Geographically it is unavailable to you Political limitations in other countries 2 Point and Click computers revolutionized the way average people could use a computer in the 1980s These computers were used only to manage your information There was no world wide web yet Desktop publishing was an important term of the era You could make your own flyers newspapers etc This was revolutionary 3 RGB Colors Red Green Blue It is the way colors are defined on a computer screen All colors on a screen are made by combining red green and blue 4 CMYK Cyan Magenta Yellow and K stands for black when colors appear in print they are defined by mixing these colors 5 Pixels tiny dots in a grid the dots that make up any image on a screen These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute 4 Memory RAM random access memory You can jump to the point you want Memory is not stored in a linear fashion as it would be in a VHS tape Hard disk permanent internal OR external 5 Hardware wires chips parts 6 Software



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