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Facebook and philosophy : what's on your mind?

著者: D E Wittkower
出版商: Chicago : Open Court, ©2010.
丛书: Popular culture and philosophy, v. 50.
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This volume is an entertaining, multi-faceted exploration of what Facebook means for us and for our relationships. Facebook is a social networking service and website that launched in 2004. Users may create a personal profile, add other users as friends, and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their profile. Additionally, users may join common interest user groups, organized by  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: D E Wittkower
ISBN: 9780812696752 0812696751
OCLC号码: 460054495
描述: xxxvii, 285 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
内容: A reply to Facebook critics / D.E. Wittkower --
Who uses Facebook and why? / Homero Gil de Zúñiga and Sebastián Valenzuela --
The privacy virus / James Grimmelmann --
It's like talking to a wall / Graham Meikle --
Ian became a fan of Marshal McLuhan on Facebook and suggested you become a fan too / Ian Bogost --
With friends like these, who needs enemies? / Elizabeth Losh --
Profile picture, right here, right now / Jeremy Sarachan --
You can't front on Facebook / Mimi Marinucci --
Why I am not a friend / Mariam Thalos --
Playing around with identity / Tamara Wandel and Anthony Beavers --
Spectacle 2.0? / Rune Vejby and D.E. Wittkower --
Why can't we be virtual friends? / Craig Condella --
The friendship that makes no demands / Matthew Tedesco --
Care ethics, friendship, and Facebook / Maurice Hamington --
What are friends for? / Chris Bloor --
Dear Facebook / Adam Briggle --
Gossip and the evolution of Facebook / Margaret A. Cuonzo --
Facebook as an excess of seeing / M. Deanya Lattimore --
Do status updates have any value? / Abrol Fairweather and Jodi Halpern --
Gatekeeper, moderator, synthesizer / Michael V. Butera --
Facebook, surveillance, and power / Waddick Doyle and Matthew Fraser --
Wall to wall or face to face / Asaf Bar-Tura --
Facebook as playground and factory / Trebor Scholz --
The proles and cons of Facebook / Richard Morgan and John Clulow --
Faking it on Facebook / Sara Louise Muhr and Michael Pedersen.
丛书名: Popular culture and philosophy, v. 50.
责任: edited by D.E. Wittkower.

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