NEW MEDIA – THE PHILOSOPHY MILLENIALS LIVE BY NEW MEDIA SAU FILOSOFIA GENERAȚIEI NET

Maria-Magdalena Popescu

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Abstract: A generic term for all the IT enhanced electronic communication means, seen as opposed to the old media
which covers the printed press, static representations of texts and charts, New Media refers to all that is websites, audio-video
streaming, chat-rooms, emails, online communities, advertising sites, virtual worlds, mobile technology. Most of these facets
are already integated into each and everybody’s record, to be deeply anchored in present times, part of a European research
community, a facilitator for developing new knowledge networks. One cannot live with new media but he can’t do without it
either, as new media is information, it is education and it is self-image, social presence, it means being alive.
Keywords: new media; education; information; promotion; identity; connection.


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