Media & Communications
Dk Pub, 01.06.2000 - 64 Seiten
An intriguing look at the secrets of the media - the way information is spread by television, radio, newspapers and the Internet. Original photography and lively, informative text illustrate the fascinating story of how people have communicated with each other across cultures and through the ages. See the oldest printed book in existence, the world's smallest camera, a city destroyed in the 1st century reconstructed by virtual reality, and ancient Roman writing implements. Learn the way a modern global advertising campaign is put together, how journalists record news, why propaganda can backfire, and how photographs can lie. Discover the first alphabets, how body language can betray your secret emotions, how cropping a photograph can reverse its meaning, why telepathic communication could soon be commonplace, and much, much more!
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19th century advertising alphabet ANCIENT ANCIENT ROME arrival Bayeux tapestry BayGen became become Bird body language British called cameras cartoon Chinese cinema column of smoke countries Cuneiform designed developed displav early electrical signals electronic ELECTRONIC NEWS GATHERING ELEPHANT ENIAC entertainment Europe EXPLORATION EYEWITNESS BOOKS famous film flags forms of communication fresco Gagarin gesture Graham Guglielmo Marconi headset human implant Internet invented Kevin Warwick letters Lindisfarne Gospels machines mailbox means messages method of communication Michelin MILKY BAR KID millions Minox mobile phones national newspaper newsroom painted PENNY BLACK Pepsi PepsiCo photograph pigs portable postal systems poster powerful printed produced propaganda radio receiver robots satellite screen scribe shows sound Soviet space stars stations story storytelling symbols Tamworth telecommunications telegraph television Today transmitted users video-CD virtual reality Warwick words worldwide writing