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The Information Industry Revolution

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The case applied traditional libel law, originally developed for the printed and broadcast medium, to the Internet for the first time. The court extended protections traditionally held by information distributors, such as newsstands and bookstores, to the newly emerging industry of internet providers. As a result, the court extended First Amendment rights to Internet publishers and set a precedent for the regulation of Internet activity. American courts have long recognized the First Amendment protections of the free flow of speech as they relate to the distributors of information. As the U.S. Supreme Court made clear in Smith ...
freely, and to have instant access to knowledge that would have been difficult or impossible to find previously. The idea is linked to the concept of a Digital Age or Digital Revolution , and carries the ramifications of a shift from traditional industry that the Industrial Revolution brought through industrialization , to an economy based on the manipulation of information. Commonly seen as an outflow from the Space Age , capitalizing on the computer microminiaturization advances of that effort, with a fuzzy transition spanning from the advent of the personal computer in the late 1970s to the internet reaching a critical mass ...
Ecosysteme de l'information (3/5) : Info broker
On se préoccupe beaucoup, avec raison, de cette métamorphose qui atteint le monde des médias, entre autres parce que ce que l'on appelait avant un "consommateur d'information" est devenu aujourd'hui un "acteur". Et lui aussi cherche de nouvelles stratégies pour survivre dans la surabondance de l'information. Je poursuis ici une série de 5 billets exploratoires (lire Écosysteme de l'information (1/5): Twitter Surge et Ecosysteme de l'information (2/5): P2P news ) en me consacrant aujourd'hui à ce qui a modifié le comportement des usagers dans ce nouvel écosystème de ... market research, surveys and trends
Lynda Resnick: Bringing the Food Revolution to Our Schools « debt ...
Ruby Tuesday Pick of the Week: United Fresh’s A Salad Bar in Every School program Why It’s a Gem: Early exposure to nutrition can equate to a lifetime of wellness. With childhood obesity now at epidemic proportions, Michelle Obama has spearheaded Let’s Move , a program whose mission is to solve the crisis within one generation. Even if the timeline weren’t so ambitious, the First Lady would have her work cut out for her, especially considering the poor state of school nutrition. With frozen pizzas and fries dominating cafeteria menus, it’s no wonder that our nation’s children are developing ... market research, surveys and trends


Peter Suber, Open Access News
to stock fewer copies of their books, to stop lending new books in the first 3-6 months after their publication, and to pay authors a fee in proportion to the number of copies lent. (Thanks to LIS News .) Against mandatory filters David Sobel, Internet Filters and Public Libraries , First Amendment Center, October 2003. Excerpt: "Technology has made real the First Amendment�s goal of unrestricted access to the full range of information. However, as Ithiel de Sola Pool warned in his 1983 book, Technologies of Freedom , government efforts to control new electronic media must be subject to close scrutiny. While new means of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
beSpacific: November 2003 Archives
Patriot Act Author Has Concerns: "Detaining citizens as 'enemy combatants' -- a policy not spelled out in the act -- is flawed, the legal scholar says." From the LA Times , reg. req'd. 9/11 Family Steering Cmte. Statement on Investigations As a follow-up to my posting on November 17, 9-11 Commission Confirms White House To Provide Edited Versions of Documents , see the 9/11 Family Steering Committee's Statement Regarding the One-Year Anniversary of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States , issued on November 27: "Unfortunately, the production of a timely report no ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Nintendo Introduces Glasses-Free 3D Gaming, and Unleashes the Industry's Best ...
A Dream Lineup: Nintendo 3DS, Zelda, Donkey Kong Country, Kirby, Mario, Golden Sun, GoldenEye, Mickey Mouse, Kid Icarus, Animal Crossing, Nintendogs, PilotWings, Paper Mario … LOS ANGELES--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Nintendo is raising the bar – again. “The combination of advanced interface and engaging game play broadens our appeal to all audiences. This is evidenced perfectly at the E3 Expo this year by the incredible new experience and controls that Wii MotionPlus brings to The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.” Nintendo changed the world of video games with touch-screen gaming on ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Matt Ridley, the Rational Optimist, Answers Your Questions
You asked a lot of good questions, and hardly gave Ridley a free pass. For instance: “So yeah. Please explain why the ecology of the planet will be better off in 100 years. Be specific.” You will be the judge if Ridley’s answer is satisfactory, and convincing. Thanks to all of you for participating and especially to Matt Ridley. Specialization is a neat trick, but if human success was driven by this cultural innovation rather than by genetic changes, why didn’t Neanderthals pick up specialization during the thousands of years we lived in proximity to them and become at least as succecsful as we did? Also, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


The Information Industry Revolution: Implications for. Librarians. Online, 16-25 . SLA Members Reaffirm Commitment to Proud Tradition. (2003, August). ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Welcome to the Next Industrial Revolution
The Next Revolution is Over. First Industrial Revolution. Second Industrial Revolution ... genetic information doubles every 18-24 months. Dawkin's Law ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Information Age Without Humanities = Industrial Revolution Without ...
  That would seem to be a creaky analogy.  It's not.  It's a provocation, of course--and also simply, literally true.  Here's why.   First, without the steam engine, the Industrial Revolution would not have happened.  Steam powered everything.  What powers the Information Age?  It's not computation--that's a foundational component but we could each have a fabulous desktop or laptop or mobile device now that connected to some gigantic All Powerful centralized mainframe and we would not have the Information Age.     It's not even the ...
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Is IT revolution going to end? | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
Recently i had a chance to study a paragraph in an article.In that i have read that normally for any inventions,revolution will be for 20 yrs.That is in 20 yrs the consumer needs will end up or people will look for another inventions.They stated some examples like Agricultural revolution from 1950-1970 and again Mechanical revolution from 1970-1990.Then IT revolution from 1990-2010. As per current situation would you think IT revolution going to end?And also according to your idea what invention would be the next revolution? Please share your ideas and comment on these. posted March 15, 2009 in Ethics | Closed Share This ...
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