Smart Mobs takes us on a journey around the world for a preview of the next techno-cultural shift. The coming wave, says Rheingold, is the result of. Multitudes inteligentes: La próxima revolución social /(Smart Mobs/) Pasta blanda – 10 dic Howard Rheingold Gedisa Mexicana Find great deals for Multitudes inteligentes/ Smart Mobs: La Proxima Revolucion Social/ the Next Social Revolution by Howard Rheingold (, Paperback).
|Published (Last):||19 May 2005|
|PDF File Size:||13.32 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||15.33 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
So after reading the wonderfully concise book of pages I was amazed to find that Rheingold had seemed to have taken the b When this book was published, I was in 8th grade and mb zip drives were the hottest technology to enter my school.
Results for Howard-Rheingold | Book Depository
This is a must read if you text message, e-mail etc. Again, there’s really not much to this book, as it’s non-fiction and it’s basically an in-depth search into the history of phones and their usage to spread messages quickly and efficiently. Can you think of anything smarter for a mob to be doing?
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Rheingold focuses on specific ways technology is drastically changing for the better the ways in which we communicate, but glosses over the possible negatives.
Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution
This directive lays out new principles that govern how we conduct signals intelligence collection, and strengthens how inteoigentes provide executive branch oversight of our signals intelligence activities.
Farmer rated it it was amazing. It rambles a bit, but worth the effort Great stuff but now dated. Published October 16th by Basic Books first published An important book in understanding the origins of participatory culture.
The coming wave, says Rheingold, is the result of super-efficient mobile communications-cellular phones, wireless-paging, and Internet-access devices-that will allow us to connect with anyone, anytime, anywhere.
Refresh and try again. Like it or not, India has just concluded its first social media election.
I’m 65 and live in Marin County, California — just north of the Golden Gate — and when I’m not writing and when weather permits, when I am writing I’m usually to be f Aloha! Get to Know Us. Read it to see where theing may yet go, too.
Mar 30, Jb rated it it was amazing.
Jul 31, L. Ev Williams definition of social media: His research seems infinitely cool. His use of the word ‘revolution’ is a little problematic and symptomatic of a general lack of capitalist analysis or critique. It was such a fun read. I don’t think half the stuff really sank in when I read it in His research seems infi Reading this book published in ! I enjoy reading about some of the clever adaptations utilized by phone companies in other countries to make users more likely to utilize their multittudes phones for practically every aspect of their lives.
Aug 12, Jonathan Mckay rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 09, Ian rated it really liked it.
Write a customer review. Aug 17, lohee marked it as to-read. But, it still bothers me. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. As the crisis has evolved, so too have the ways in which activists have deployed the media available to them.
Paperbackpages. I’m new to Goodreads but will do my best to check in from time to time. Rheingold over and over makes the point that we need to not think of portable devices as cell phones, he says we need to think of them as remote controls for life. Rheingold makes the point that we are hoard behind in this country in having the kind of infra-structure that supports pervasive portable computing. In my opinion when you mix portable devices with RSS enabled software as a way to deliver podcasts, you have a killer way to deliver instruction.
Upon seeing the publication date, I wondered how much weight this book could hold considering the rapid recent advances. Apr 02, mcburton intdligentes it liked it Recommends it for: Most of his examples are not in the US.
The only flaws that I found in the book seem unavoidable. I’m 65 and live in Marin County, California — just north of the Golden Gate — and when I’m not writing and when weather permits, when I am writing I’m usually to be found in my garden. Very good book, but perhaps I’m too close to the subject. Even though Rheingold wrote this foray into the world of Scandinavian and Japanese text messaging back init appears the US still hasn’t entirely caught up with them and a lot of the points he makes are as prevalent today as they were more than half a decade ago a feat, considering the rapid progression of today’s technology by old-timey standards.
This is some deep thinking introspection right here. But what if the carmaker could push updates to the system anytime they wanted? To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. The next social revolution Mobile communication, pervasive computing, wireless networks, collective action.