Aperture 2.8

Spiegl, Andreas
August 2012
Eikon;2012, Issue 79, p44
The article focuses on Aperture 2.8, which is the first part for texts that highlight the image of social media. It discusses the increasing importance gained by social media and mentions various social media networks including YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. It says that other media, in the context of social media, are called classic media that are different from the social media since their target is the content not its dialogic treatment.


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