Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Make Your Own Good Global Imprint

On a global basis, has the new social media environment so empowered us to speak our opinion that we think we can do it at any time with no content censor?

Scratching your head on how to respond?

Excerpt here:
No. People haven't really changed. The technology changes much faster than we change our behavior and certainly faster than our biology can keep up. But, even if we aren't really changing, it's time we at least understand the program. As individuals and as a society, we must realize that information in the digital age has different properties than when we relied on flyers, party lines, and the 6 o'clock News. We function as an information network. Every single one of us can document and distribute events and information. The very act of people passing along a piece of information changes its import and impact.
Take a look at how Pamela Rutledge, Ph.D., M.B.A. (her blog here) and Director of the Media Psychology Research Center, handles the situation here.

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