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Month: January 2017

  • Appreciation of Crash Course

    It is quite boring and tedious, to study a subject that is far from your interest. However, some media tools make this process a lot easier. And I think it’s well worth to appreciate them. What I feel thankful this week is Crash Course, educational youtube channel. It has numerous subjects and many series about […]

  • Maxwell’s Equation

    Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell(1831–79),  wrote equation that are simply enlightening. He worked on the ideas of Faraday and Kelvin, and succeeded in unifying electricity and magnetism, identifying the electromagnetic nature of light, and postulating the existence of other electromagnetic radiation. Visible light, x-rays, sunlight , radio waves, television waves, wifi signals, bluetooth signals, cell phone […]

  • Media History

    Geological and Biological side of the media As Jussi Parrika writes in his book called A Geology of Media “Media history conflates with earth history ; the geological materials of metals and chemicals gets deterritorialized from their strata and reterritorialized in machines that defines our technical media culture.” (pg 35) For instance, obviously, cooper is […]

  • Standarts Organizations

    Important organisations to put some order to computer networks and data communications: IEC – International Electrotechnical Commission ITU – International Telecommunication Union EIA – Electronic Industries Association TIA – Telecommunications Industry Association IETF – Internet Engineering Task Force IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ISO – International Organisations for Standardisation NIST – National institutes […]

  • Telegraph

    Communication change significantly by the invention of Samuel Morse in 1937. Telegraph enable to send information using electrical pulses over a copper wire. (morse code) Alexander Graham Bell took the telegraph one step further in 1876. he proved that voice can be converted directly to electrical energy and transmitted over q wire using continuous diversified […]

  • Theory of Meme

    According to the theory of Richard Dawkins memes just like genes have no  purpose beyond their own reproduction. Important contribution to Theory of Meme is done by computer programmer Richard Brodie “who defines the meme as the virus of the mind, and who identifies three method of infection: repetition, cognitive dissonance, and Trojan Horses.  The […]

  • Interface

    “Appearance is knowledge, of a kind. Showing becomes a way o saying the unsayable. Visual knowledge… provides one of our primary means of comprehending the experience of other people.” David McDougall (2006: 5-6)