Internet – medium czy świat?
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. 88, Studia de Cultura 1 (2010), s. -32
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Directions of development of modern telematic technologies (computer mediated communication, mobile telephone communication) change the human communication environment to such an extent that people treat these technologies as – in some way – an ”organic”, natural equipment of a human being. The Web, especially in its mobile version, has no longer any essential barriers. This has consequences in the way of treatment of a communication act with another person (or a group): the sense of limits and barriers, which accompanied the communication via the traditional media, disappears gradually. This article is an attempt to conceptualize this new experience, crucial in developing the anthropology of the Internet, which thus ceases to be the ”medium” and – according to the ideas of Marshall McLuhan – turns out to be an extension of the human senses.