Jesse Thomas designed and animated the 4 minute video “The State of The Internet” for his presentation at AIGA Baltimore in February 2010. The style is very similar to the “Did You Know” video series. The statistics which blew me away are the numbers for Facebook sharing, as well as botnet / zombie computer growth. Yikes. There’s never been a better time to run a Mac or Ubuntu!
H/T to Tony Vincent via his delicious links for sharing “The State of The Internet.” I was delighted to learn Vimeo auto-detects the iPhone’s Safari web browser and provides an iPhone-compatible version of videos for mobile viewing, as YouTube does for many videos. I subscribe to updates from my own delicous network (of which Tony is a member!) and originally saw the video on my iPhone, after seeing the link in my Google Reader education feeds.
It’s hard to believe the pace of technologically driven change appears to be “only” just heating up.
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On this day..
- Post an eBook from an iPad to Your Class Blog - 2012
- iPhone Video Edited with Splice - 2011
- Student Presentation on an iPad - 2011
- Brush Up on Modern Physics - Free - 2010
- Geysers in Rotorua at Te Puia - 2009
- Podcast303: Transforming Pedagogy in NZ Schools, Duck Hunting in Hobbiton, the Easy Talk Microphone, and Kid Witness News - 2009
- Metered, commercial WiFi common in New Zealand - 2009
- Mobile Phone Media Collection and VoiceThread - 2008
- Podcast134: Eric Langhorst on Teaching History with 21st Century Technology - 2007
- The WOW2 skype/chat is now! - 2007