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1. Basic Banner – basic state (add a screenshot showing your banners as it would appear on a webpage and annotate it to show the use of graphics, text and images) - P1 Twitter Text and Bird going back and forth horizontally in opposite directions Twitter Text and Bird going back and forth horizontally in opposite directions 2. Banner advert – interactivity/animation (add screenshots and/or text to show how your banner advert is interactive and/or is animated) – M1/D1 3. Creating Banner (write a detailed paragraph or two explaining how you created the banner – add some screenshots showing tools you used eg: magic wand or adding drop shadow.) Firstly I inserted an image into fireworks and removed the background using the magic wand tool.
This article also claims that technology is a huge distraction in our lives in the sense that instead of traditional reading we now tend to skim read and even skip right to another article without ever returning to the original one. Traditional media has to live up to the expectation their audiences have of everything being a "shortcut". We are becoming too use to being able to access information faster and more conveniently. According to this article, technology is becoming more important than the mind of the human being. Google is used as an example of how we have begun a new form or way of reading and thinking as we hyperlink or way through the web instead of going to a library to read periodicals.
However, Google has a huge amount of information and much of it could be wrong. For example, the Wikipedia website is not a good source of information because normal people write the information in it and not specialists. Therefore, if we get wrong information, then our knowledge would be wrong. Carr also discussed that the Internet is an imaginary world, and all the people are behind the computer screens. Therefore, whenever we access a website, Google can collect more information about us, and if we access more websites, then that would be easier and faster for them to collect the information they want.
Google wants to establish itself as a media giant yet most of products that are branded with the Google name are software driven. Furthermore, Google does not participate in a campaign that enhances the brand. eBay, Amazon, Apple and even Bing utilize brand advertising to reach out to a specific target audience. John Battelle (2012) answered a question from a report on brand advertising by suggesting that Google doesn’t need to do brand advertising, because Google’s service *is* the brand builder. But today, my answer is quite different: Google isn’t doing brand advertising because Google doesn’t know what its brand means (Battelle, 2012).
These sudden events may be true with Carr, but I don’t necessarily agree with Carr’s idea of Google making us stupid. In my opinion, Google is just making us lazy. According to Carr on page 337, “Research that once required days in the stacks of periodical room of libraries can now be done in minutes”. Agreeing with this statement came fairly easily to me because in my experience I have found that I don’t have to invest as much time digging through mass amounts of information that I don’t need in order to get to what I do want. It gets me straight to the point of what I am looking for allowing me to be able to focus my attention to reading and
Meaning you don’t have to run to google for information, because that doesn’t make you intelligent anyone can run to google for information. If you think deeply on your own without google search engine you’ll see yourself becoming a much better thinker and more intelligent. Nicholas Carr says “If were distracted, we understand less, remember less, and learn less.” This is true if you’re using google. Once your on google you’re on the internet, there are so many distractions on the internet that you won’t even be able to use that information you just
Checkpoint: Graphic Design Jennifer J. McLeod IT236 03/17/2012 Elizabeth Blackwell Checkpoint: Graphic Design INTRODUCTION In order for media to work properly in a Web site, it is important to have a multimedia format and plug-in to view media files. According to About.com, plug-ins are needed to gain full functionality between a computer software and the web browser. CONTENT REQUIREMENTS For this assignment, I have chosen Adobe Flash Player, as this is an ideal multimedia format and plug-in for viewing YouTube movies. It is also need to run .swf animation files. Approximately 75% of the online animated advertisements and 100% of the YouTube videos operate from .swf animation files (About.com, 2012).
“Is Google Making us Stupid?” While the use of the World Wide Web is extensively accessible to people old and young, the use of internet search engines rank high on the top list of accessed sites on the web. While some will argue the resourcefulness of such sites, others would agree that searching within these sites restricts the mind from using its full potential due to ease of access in retrieving data. With data, statistics, facts, media sources, and electronic databases all being available online, information now as people see, is only a click away. Though this poses to be a mere convenience to users, this does not mean people are smarter or more intelligent due to the fact that they can “GOOGLE” terms and find answers to information needed. People, who believe that search engines are great sources for retrieval of information, do not understand the need to acquire knowledge on a more personal level.
This language is the precursor of HTML, which is used by all documents on the Web. Robert Calliau and Tim Berners-Lee independently invented HTML at the CERN research center in Switzerland. HTML’s document type definition is easier for users to learn and use for describing formatting and displaying electronic documents by Meta tag codes. 3. In about 200 words, compare the POP e-mail protocol to the IMAP e-mail protocol.