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Jenkins is, like he says in the introduction to his book, a fan: of new media technology and the texts they can create. This shines through his well argued book. At times it is stimulating, but ... Read full review
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Jenkins is speaking my language. I especially appreciated the pop culture references and the discussion about how it is influencing citizenship and political activism. Read full review
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Page 10 - Pool (1983b) foresaw that convergence of modes is blurring the lines between media, even between point-to-point communications, such as the post, telephone, and telegraph, and mass communications, such as the press, radio, and television. A single physical means — be it wires, cables or airwaves — may carry services that in the past were provided in separate ways. Conversely, a service that was provided in the past by any one medium — be it broadcasting, the press, or telephony — can now...
Page 11 - Freedom is fostered when the means of communication are dispersed, decentralized, and easily available, as are printing presses or microcomputers. Central control is more likely when the means of communication are concentrated, monopolized, and scarce, as are great networks.
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