Smart Mobs takes us on a journey around the world for a preview of the next techno-cultural shift. The coming wave, says Rheingold, is the result of. Multitudes inteligentes: La próxima revolución social /(Smart Mobs/) Pasta blanda – 10 dic Howard Rheingold Gedisa Mexicana Find great deals for Multitudes inteligentes/ Smart Mobs: La Proxima Revolucion Social/ the Next Social Revolution by Howard Rheingold (, Paperback).
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Sep 06, Kelly rated it really liked it Shelves: Jun 08, Misti rated it really liked it Recommends it for: All of these things were theories or isolated subcultures when he wrote his book, now they are the reality. His use of the word ‘revolution’ is a little problematic and symptomatic of a general lack of capitalist analysis or critique.
This video is making the rounds on blogs and email forwards. Very good book, but perhaps I’m too close to the subject. It was such a fun read. Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? His research seems infi Reading this book published in ! There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This is some deep thinking introspection right here.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. An important book in understanding the origins of participatory culture. This book really opens your eyes to how technology is changing our society and the way we relate to people. This is the second part of a general introduction to the book and project No Straight Lines: We have already seen pedagogical implications of mobile technology in students using the collaboration capabilities of portable picture capable devices to cheat on exams.
Jan 16, Mfalco65 rated it really liked it. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. I don’t mmultitudes half the stuff really sank in when I read it in May 15, Ashwin Ramaswamy rated it really liked it.
I wonder if Twitter execs regret not paying more attention to private messaging, and if they occasionally fantasize about the extra tens of billions of dollars they might inteligentds added to their market cap if they had done so. This book leans a bit toward the techno-utopian side of things, but is easy and entertaining to read.
Most of his examples are not in the US. Married for 35 of those years. I enjoy reading about some of the clever adaptations utilized by phone companies in other countries to make users more likely to utilize their cell phones for practically every aspect of their lives. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Gedisa Editorial multituees Oct. Web site by – Permutype Problems?
We now have an open access participatory reading platform for No Straight Lines So here is an open invitation to swing by and have a look at No Straight Lines: I found it a little bit of a thin broth. I’m new to Goodreads but will do my best to check in from time to time.
Outdated, obvious analysis that fails to delve into the philosophical or functional meaning of social technology.
Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution by Howard Rheingold
The data is now on a public Web page and available for analysis and aggregation; another click stops this sharing. While perhaps not as relevant or “hot” as it once was, the thoughts on technologically inspired social phenomena txt messaged organized resistance are still interesting.
The kind of inteeligentes that would make for good conversation at a party or a social gathering. This is a great way to introduce people to the programs and ideas possible with today’s technology. Interesed about this book. This was written in ! Additionally, President Obama issued a new presidential policy directive for our signals intelligence activities, inteligehtes home and abroad.
Ev Williams definition of social media: But, it still bothers me. See our Returns Policy. Oct 12, Lydia rated it really liked it. Farmer rated it it was amazing. Rheingold always manages to stay at the cutting edge of emergent media and the exciting developments in the realm of digital collaboration.
Better than “Crowdsourcing,” even if they explore slightly different subjects – the premises are pretty similar.
Rheingold focuses on specific ways technology is drastically changing for the better the ways in which we communicate, but glosses over the possible negatives. I am frustrated that a discussion of technology and how it impacts humans can ignore the work of Neil Postman.
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Rheingold was writing in Many of my older my age friends who consider themselves very tech intelgientes just do not seem to get this technology and the social implications of it. Write a customer review. Previous features 0 c Song Mob This video is making the rounds on blogs and email forwards. Allowing proper private communication among users is an obvious easy win.