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The Resource Public parts : how sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live, Jeff Jarvis

Public parts : how sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live, Jeff Jarvis

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Public parts : how sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live
Title
Public parts
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how sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live
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Jeff Jarvis
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Argues that the growth of social networking and increased openness online is beneficial in the digital age and can lead to increased collaboration and changes in the way people organize, govern, teach, and learn
Summary
As the influence of social media such as Facebook and Twitter grows, many critics are alarmed at how this public sharing is adversely affecting the people and cultures of the world. On the other hand, as Jarvis provocatively argues, these new technologies are providing a great boon to the world and bringing about an era of sharing and community unlike any seen before
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10012181
Cataloging source
DLC
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1954-
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Jarvis, Jeff
Dewey number
302.30285
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
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  • Online social networks
  • Privacy
Target audience
adult
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how sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live
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Public parts : how sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live, Jeff Jarvis
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: the ages of publicness -- The prince of publicness : mark zuckerberg -- Public choices -- Private Germans -- The German paradox -- The benefits of publicness -- A brief history the private and the public -- The public press -- What is privacy? -- How do you define privacy? -- How do we protect privacy? -- The ethics of privacy and publicness -- How public are we? -- We have met the public and they are us -- How public is too public? -- Oversharing -- The public you -- The sharing industry -- Evan Williams : blogger and twitter -- Philip Kaplan : blippy -- Josh Harris : we live in public and wired city -- The radically public company -- By the people -- The new world -- Acknowledgements
Control code
ocn712117088
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 263 p.
Isbn
9781451636000
Lccn
2011032645
System control number
(OCoLC)712117088
Label
Public parts : how sharing in the digital age improves the way we work and live, Jeff Jarvis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: the ages of publicness -- The prince of publicness : mark zuckerberg -- Public choices -- Private Germans -- The German paradox -- The benefits of publicness -- A brief history the private and the public -- The public press -- What is privacy? -- How do you define privacy? -- How do we protect privacy? -- The ethics of privacy and publicness -- How public are we? -- We have met the public and they are us -- How public is too public? -- Oversharing -- The public you -- The sharing industry -- Evan Williams : blogger and twitter -- Philip Kaplan : blippy -- Josh Harris : we live in public and wired city -- The radically public company -- By the people -- The new world -- Acknowledgements
Control code
ocn712117088
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 263 p.
Isbn
9781451636000
Lccn
2011032645
System control number
(OCoLC)712117088

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