Published on February 17, 2009
"A touch of Verdi and Strauss can be followed by a healthy dose of Eminem and Kelis. It's all up to you." – Christine Rosen in The Age of Egocasting Image courtesy of Williamli1983 http://flickr.com/photos/williamli1983/266377598/
Sample? Or Savor? Image courtesy of Farl http://flickr.com/photos/colloidfarl/2427432396/
Broadcasting Image courtesy of dolcedgiorno http://flickr.com/photos/dolcedgiorno/2368832216/
Narrowcasting Posted by beastandbean on http://flickr.com/photos/12861589@N03/2186664953/
Remote Control Image courtesy of dhammza http://flickr.com/photos/dhammza/88644497/
Cable Television: Where’s the Remote? Image courtesy of arkworld http://flickr.com/photos/arkworld/119232029/
Child’s Play Image courtesy of LilyGrace48 http://flickr.com/photos/lilygrace48/2791323718/
Grazing Image courtesy of Ben http://flickr.com/photos/visbeek/2654012108/
Browsing Image courtesy of kwikzilver http://flickr.com/photos/matthijs_borghgraef/1204865162/
Remotes: Not Just For TVs Anymore Image courtesy of mclarensrus http://flickr.com/photos/mclarensrus/422104160/
Image courtesy of rozieeeeee http://flickr.com/photos/rozie/2315137967/ The La-Z-Boy
Fast Cuts Image courtesy of ilsebatten http://flickr.com/photos/12034714@N02/2283226961/
“ God’s Machine” — FCC Chairman Michael Powell (2003) Image courtesy of PMSI http://flickr.com/photos/pmsi/2848729729/
“ Let’s see whats on Tivo” Posted by Gods Emerald on Flickr, October 11, 2007 http://flickr.com/photos/godsemerald/1544279143/
In Front of a Television, No One Knows You're a Pavlov's Dog Image courtesy of Chrissie White http://flickr.com/photos/prettypony/2294930417/ Image courtesy of ubbu http://flickr.com/photos/ubbu/2463731390/
The Mix Tape Era Image courtesy of WhineandDine http://flickr.com/photos/klubvibez/2868658168/
Serendipity or a Pattern of Habit?
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An Impatience For What Art Demands Image courtesy of http://flickr.com/photos/tameryoussef/3277407024/
The Wealth of Networks
"Many ways but only one to the zoo" Image courtesy of temp13rec. http://flickr.com/photos/rehvonwald/2863222792/
Personalized Medicine Image courtesy of shutterbug http://flickr.com/photos/shutterblog/109216951/
Personal Health Records
Slide Show Presentation by Peter Luyckx Images and screenshots by Peter Luyckx or as credited on slides com546, Communications in Digital Media University of Washington Based on: Rosen, Christine (2004). The Age of Egocasting. The New Atlantis. Number 7, Fall 2004/Winter 2005, pp. 51-72. Additional Sources: Benkler, Y. (2006). The wealth of networks: How social production transforms markets and freedom . New Haven [Conn.]: Yale University Press. Shirky, C. (2008). Here comes everybody: The power of organizing without organizations . New York: Penguin Press.
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