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Research Guide for Professor Hunter's English1A Class
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Moorpark College's "The Year Of" Website
During the Year of Humanity and Technology, Moorpark College has been hosting events, discussions, activities, and academic explorations of the ways technology and humanity interact, conflict, cross boundaries, create lines of division, interplay, and thus affect one another and our world. Click on the link to view videos of these events.

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Feed for Thought: M.T. Anderson's Smart, Savage, Satire Takes on Consumerism
In this online article, M.T. Anderson discusses his book and the ideas/themes/experiences that inspired it.

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Dystopia - M. Keith Booker
Call Number: PN56.D94 D97 2013
ISBN: 9781429837330
Publication Date: 2012-09-01

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Alone Together - Sherry Turkle
Call Number: HM851 .T86 2011
ISBN: 9780465010219
Publication Date: 2011-01-11
Temporarily shelved at Year of Technology & Humanity

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Is the Internet Changing the Way You Think? - John Brockman
Call Number: TK5105.875.I57 I8 2011
ISBN: 9780062020444
Publication Date: 2011-01-18
Temporarily shelved at Circulation Desk

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You Are Not a Gadget - Jaron Lanier
Call Number: HM 851 .L358 2010
ISBN: 9780307269645
Publication Date: 2010-01-12
Temporarily shelved at Year of Technology & Humanity


The Social Media Experiment

Comedian, Jack Vale, uses social media accounts to learn information about strangers and mystifies/terrifies them with the results. Geotagging plays a big part in social media use in this video. While it is meant to be funny, the video brings up a lot of interesting questions. Does the general public understand the consequences of public social media accounts? Do they care? Do the consequences outweight the benefits? Will videos like this cause people to change or not? 

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