Category Archives: Internet+ Age

We’re Fractured and We’re Not Coming Together

Updated December 22, 2020 Our society is fractured and will likely remain so for the foreseeable future. Neither Joe Biden’s, Van Jones’s, or any other or all kumbaya efforts, no matter how well-intended and/or fervently promoted, can overcome the forces … Continue reading

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Accept Filter Bubble Phenomenon

Updated March 20, 2021 A better understanding of our situation in the Internet+ Age and therefore greater effectiveness in pursuing our interests require that we accept the filter bubble phenomenon. Our use of the Internet and attendant hard- and software … Continue reading

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Importance of Code Increasing

Updated May 6, 2021 The importance of code is increasing. That’s because more and more of life is online and when online it’s all a matter of code.  Consequently, we’ll do better if we  understand code and we’ll do our best … Continue reading

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Internet Access A Technological Matter

Updated March 15, 2021 Internet access is a technological matter. Anyone with appropriate hard- and software —electricity, computers, smartphones, satellites, antennas, ISPs, Internet browsers, and so on—can access the Internet and its content anywhere anytime. As more and more people … Continue reading

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Is All News Fake?

Updated May 24, 2020 Is all news fake? In one sense, yes, because all accounts of what happened are incomplete and biased. ” In  Marshall McLuhan’s words, news is fake “because it has to be made, then selected, and the … Continue reading

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Online Is Real, Drop Virtual

Updated March 8, 2021  Online is real. What’s online is not virtual, or almost real. What’s online is actually, completely, real. Steve Levy, of Wired magazine,  puts it this way: “digital reality is just as real as the stuff that … Continue reading

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Internet+ Definition

Internet+ is the Internet plus attendant hardware (e.g., computers, smartphones, sensors, etc.) and attendant software (e.g., Google, the cloud, etc.)

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Internet+ Age Emergence and Technology

Updated April 30, 2021 The Internet+ Age evolved from “a . . . `new society,’ . . . the Internet, or, . . . `cyberspace’. . . . [that] emerged in the West. . . . in the mid-1990s.” In those most-immediate-pre-Internet+ Age … Continue reading

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Internet+ Age Technology and Declining Significance of Nation-States, Governments, Voting, and Politics

Updated February 16, 2021 Our age is the Internet+ Age; a time in which the Internet plus attendant hardware (e.g., computers, smartphones, and sensors) and software (e.g., the cloud, Google, and  apps), dominate and fundamentally alter all aspects of human life … Continue reading

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