2015-12-31 モンスト

モンスト バタフライの評価と使い道

 

皆さんはバタフライをゲットしましたか?

私のバタフライは神化で運極です。 ^^

バタフライの評価と使い道を調べてみます。

 

評価点を見てみると

進化 7.5

神化 7.5

 

同点ですね。 あんまり高くないです。

 

使い道は

 

進化

コノハナサクヤヒメ 水刃ムラサメ 闇刃ムラサメ

 

神化

デスアーク イザナミ イザナミ零 不動明王

ぬらりひょん マリーアントワネット

 

となってます。

 

 

女帝クィーンバタフライ(進化)

 

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属性     水属性

種族     魔族

型      バランス型

タイプ    反射タイプ

 

アビリティ- 飛行/AGB

ラックスキル クリティカル

       まれに敵へのダメ-ジが増加する

友情コンボ  クロスレ-ザ-L

       X字方向に属性大レーザー攻撃

SS(15タ-ン)バタフライ・スプラッシュ

       ふれた最初の敵を乱打し

       拡散弾で追い討ち

 

 

棘女皇クィーンバタフライ(神化)

 

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属性     水属性

種族     魔族

型      バランス型

タイプ    反射タイプ

 

アビリティ- 飛行/AGB

ラックスキル クリティカル

       まれに敵へのダメ-ジが増加する

友情コンボ  クロスレ-ザ- L

       X字方向に属性大レーザー攻撃

       クロスレーザー S

       X字方向に木属性小レーザー攻撃

SS(15ターン)女王様と呼んでみな!

       ふれた最初の敵を乱打し

       拡散弾で追い討ち

 

 

バタフライの進化は使い道が多いですね。

私のバタフライは

運極なので、卵2個出るよ。 ^^

 

 

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          • I’ve been looking forward to tonight’s Must See Monday for a while because I have been hearing a lot of buzz about the presentation around the Cronkite school lately. Like I had hoped, the featured speaker did not disappoint.Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, covered a timeline of journalism from 1767 to 2110. As journalism students of the digital age, we are constantly hearing that we are in a new age of media coverage. However, Newton assured that every American generation since the American Revolution has lived with a different type of media on the rise. He said it is a pattern; journalism is constantly changing. During the American Revolution, pamphlets such as Common Sense were the newest form of media. Since then, different forms of media including the Penny Press, Associated Press, telegraph, radio, TV, magazines and the internet have transformed the way journalists cover the news. Newton explained how the people find new ways to be heard with every generation.According to Newton, we are currently in the middle of World War 3.0, the war of the digital age. Last year the government declared that the web is officially in a cyber war. Since the rise of the internet, the news has become more personal, portable and participatory. Newton predicted that the media of the future will become even smarter and will continue conversation through computers, newsbots and newsdrones. The future of media will be a time where individuals will be able to experience anything on the planet as if they were there, and as long as a newsbot was there. Everything will be available to anyone all the timeAs the media continues to transform with each generation, someone has to shape the future. Newton asked, “Is that too much for 20-somethings to do?” then responded, “I don’t think so.” Newton’s hope for the future of journalism makes me look forward to the new media innovations that lie ahead.

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          • Fantasies of the future have always interested people; but usually sci-fi is placed solely in the fiction section. Predicting the future seems to be becoming a more refined art and a more accurate one as well. Eric Newton struck me at first as a potential “ Trekkie,” with his sci-fi movie references and especially after seeing his entertaining graphics. But his explanations were actually logical – as history demonstrates, technology has risen exponentially and it seems as though it will continue to do so. I can certainly see this advancement pairing with medical advances and soon creating matrix-esque implants for people. They say necessity is the mother of invention, but are these “advancements” really a necessity? Only time can tell whether Newton’s predictions will come true, or whether that exponential rise skews off course due to some calamity. War can be extremely destructive, and if war turns to the technological turf, who knows what technological advances World War 3.0 could destroy. All in all, Newton provided many interesting speculations that people should take heed of because they could come true.

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          • Eric Newton, the senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, sat down with his audience, which included many students of the Cronkite school, to discuss the future of news. His predictions of the future baffled many in the crowd but I was skeptical to believe in such fairytales. He talked about futuristic gadgets and things that would most likely be associated with Science Fiction movies, which ironically is what he alluded to several times, including popular movies and shows such as the Matrix, Star Trek, and I-Robot. But I was too smart to believe these things. After all, I AM a Cronkite student. As he continued to talk, however; I was left wondering whether these things were feasible, especially when he got to the gloomier portion of his speech. He talked about two possible world wars, both of which could happen in our life times. I was left fascinated thinking about the possible destruction of the world as we know it, but the creation of a world that we have yet to know. The possibilities for Journalism in the future is infinite. There is no limit to what we might do.

          • The Cronkite School ended the semester with a Must See Monday that explored the great strides students are making as digital media entrepreneurs. Dan Gillmor and CJ Cornell introduced four students who accepted a challenge and dove head first into the ambiguous world of entrepreneurship. Each had their own project that proved innovation in new media is the next step in journalism. From community service to a modern day town crier the students have taken a look at what people need and how to address that need with what the community already has. The display of student projects was a glowing affirmation that we have the ability to create our own place in the world. With the intentions to inform the public around us we have the chance to secure ourselves financially as well. New media seems to be a constant in every facet of life today. With the release of the iPad, continuous updates to our favorite search engines, or the LCD screens that play while we pump our gas, the outlet for journalism is growing and these students are taking full advantage of it. This Must See Monday confirms that the Cronkite School is on the cusp of innovation; adapting to the rapid changes that effect the world of journalism every day, like the opportunities for students through the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship, ensures that the school is molding Journalists that will thrive.

          • I’ve been looking forward to tonight’s Must See Monday for a while because I have been hearing a lot of buzz about the presentation around the Cronkite school lately. Like I had hoped, the featured speaker did not disappoint.Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, covered a timeline of journalism from 1767 to 2110. As journalism students of the digital age, we are constantly hearing that we are in a new age of media coverage. However, Newton assured that every American generation since the American Revolution has lived with a different type of media on the rise. He said it is a pattern; journalism is constantly changing. During the American Revolution, pamphlets such as Common Sense were the newest form of media. Since then, different forms of media including the Penny Press, Associated Press, telegraph, radio, TV, magazines and the internet have transformed the way journalists cover the news. Newton explained how the people find new ways to be heard with every generation.According to Newton, we are currently in the middle of World War 3.0, the war of the digital age. Last year the government declared that the web is officially in a cyber war. Since the rise of the internet, the news has become more personal, portable and participatory. Newton predicted that the media of the future will become even smarter and will continue conversation through computers, newsbots and newsdrones. The future of media will be a time where individuals will be able to experience anything on the planet as if they were there, and as long as a newsbot was there. Everything will be available to anyone all the timeAs the media continues to transform with each generation, someone has to shape the future. Newton asked, “Is that too much for 20-somethings to do?” then responded, “I don’t think so.” Newton’s hope for the future of journalism makes me look forward to the new media innovations that lie ahead.

          • Eric Newton blew the roof off of the Cronkite institute! His farfetched yet seemingly possible theory of media history left the audience wondering how the movies and shows they watched in their youth predicted the now present future. His words “Science fiction is doing a better job at bridging history than the experts” had the audiences’ gears turning. No matter how crazy Newton’s theory might seem, once one takes a look at the evolution of human communication his ideas do not seem so impossible. We live in a world that has evolved from natural, cyclical, and linear ways of thinking to a world that utilizes a multi-platform broadband connection to stay in touch. The future is not set in stone and he showed us that with our known capability to exponentially increase the speed of communication. It is evident in our past; from pamphlets, to partisan weekly newspapers, to the penny press papers, to the contemporary speed of The Associated Press, as well as in the cycle of awakenings or crisis that some experts say reach back to the dawn of human communication. His words and his evidence piqued at my imagination, raising images of a future where there are no longer humans and machines but a hybrid, a being so intelligent that its only goal is to achieve perfection. Achieve perfection in a cyber world where imagination and battlefronts have no boundaries, where the newest apple technology and the latest fashion trend are simultaneous, where news is where you want it to be and you are where the news is. A world where everyone is a part of the same sentient environment, where mankind is no longer at war with itself but with species that are not of flesh and blood but of gigs and bytes. We have definitely crossed into a new era unlike any the world has ever seen; the possibilities extend beyond the last horizon. We have barely scratched the surface of this new digital age. It pleases me to know that myself as well as my peers are the architect that drives this massive engine of change. We will be the ones who deal with the truthfulness and accuracy of the media, the ones who will master this technology based reporting, evolve with every new digital tool, the ones who rewrite the code of ethics, and the ones who will deal with all the results. It is us that execute the plans that build a culture of continuous change.

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          • The last Must See Monday event of the year was about students that were able to create projects for their digital media entrepreneurship class. I think that the projects were all interesting and creative.The four ideas were Fictionado, CityCircles, WatchTree and Blimee. The four entrepreneurs talked about launching their projects and although none of them has made any money off their ideas yet, they hope to in the future. Fictionado focused on making short stories available for mobile devices. CityCircles provides information to users on the light rail about the surrounding areas. WatchTree was designed to make volunteering in the community easier. Blimee provides news that is relevant to your location via digital signage.This topic was extremely relevant to Cronkite because as journalists we have to constantly be innovating and coming up with new ways to present information to people as the market and the global economy are changing. They talked about the importance of technology and their ideas all focused on making information easily available to users.

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          • At the Walter Cronkite School ethics is an important topic that is taught and taken very seriously. This Must See Monday covered one particular aspect of ethics, which was to minimize harm. The overall question of debate was how to report the truth fully and accurately without causing more conflicts. I thought it was very appropriate to have both Victor Merina and Ina Jaffe come in and share their experiences as reporters so that current and future journalist could have the chance to hear how they have managed to make ethical judgments and honor those judgments even at the most difficult times. From Victor Merina, who worked as a Senior Correspondent and Special Projects Editor during the Los Angeles Riots, I learned that we have to be as unobtrusive and as humane as possible. From Ina Jaffe, a Desk Correspondent for NPR West who covered the Stockton Shootings, I learned that we should demonstrate respect in times of suffering. The main thing they were trying to convey was that taking a human approach to situations that we have the pleasure of covering or writing an article about does not take away our credentials as journalist, that we are obligated to do this because we can not get the story if we do not first choose to act in this way.

          • When first entering journalism at this day and age all you hear about is how media is changing and how much technology is affecting it. When Eric Newton first started talking about entering the digital world, I never thought about how crazy some of the things are that we posses today. Such as cell phones that started out as a fantasy on the TV show “Star Trek”. When he put it in this perspective it almost intimidated and frightened me at the thought of what would happen in the future. But as the talk continued, I realized that as intimidating as these ideas may be, they also mean more outlets for creativity in journalism. As more and more information is being possible to be shared, and shared in different ways, I am beginning to realize that leaving my footprint on the journalism world may be as easy as simply writing this blog and posting it everywhere. Technology is changing, and whether we see it as progressing or not, it means that journalism is changing, and being more accessible and more creative, which I believe is always a good thing.

          • We all read about history in textbooks and watch historical films, but do we really spend the time to analyze and pick up on the minute details that foreshadow events in our future? Tonight’s Must See Monday Speaker, Eric Newton, delivered a very interesting presentation on the topic of how history certainly cannot solve problems in the future, but perhaps can lead to new innovations. In order to accept this notion, I had to be open-minded and follow his advice: think crazy. Mr. Newton presented a series of past happenings, crises, and awakenings, that he proved reoccurs about every 80 years through a series of 4 points: Media, science fiction, patterns, and new media. Mr. Newton was able to take us through a time span of past events and display how they are cycling in our present society. My favorite point of Mr. Newton was how science fiction writers are more accurate than the experts. The main problem with the experts is they are trying to predict future events based on what is already known. They are not factoring in the cyclone effect of past events. Science fiction writers on the other hand have the gift of using their imagination. When people watch science fiction films and shows such as Star Trek, Space Odyssey, and The Jetsons, it is noticeable that they were leading inspirations to making cellphones, the I-Pad, and Skype. All of these ideas were once considered crazy and represented the impossible, but look at where technology is today. Science fiction writers are not that far off from reality. Journalism will never die; instead, technology is just going to have to change. There is no say as to when or how fast these changes will be made, but the advances in the past decade verify the doors are open for people our age to invent the possible.

          • With all the improvements in technology and furiously growing social media outlets, it can seem as though the world of journalism is changing more than ever. That, however, is not true at all. Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, reminded Cronkite students at tonight’s Must See Monday that our generation is not the first nor the only one to experience such rapid growth in media and technology. He explained that there is a pattern in history that shows a major crisis followed by an “awakening” approximately every 80 years. Looking back, every generation “grew up” with it’s own type of media: our grandparents grew up with the radio, our parents withe the TV, our generation has the internet, and the generations to come will have different ways of communication as well. As scary and unknown as the changes to come may be, Newton stated that it is “basic human need not just to know, but to tell,” so even though journalism is continuing to adapt to its current settings, it will always be around, just in a different way.

          • Tonight Eric Newton spoke to us about the future of Journalism and what technology in media will look like just before the 22nd century. He gave us a timeline that looked pretty interesting to me. Eric believes that communication is on the exponential rise and that we predict the future based on what we know. The future is always changing and there’s nothing we can do about it. It’s inevitable. Eric said something that I thought was pretty interesting. “Science fiction writers are better at predicting the future than the experts.” It’s sad, but true. Everything he was saying in his presentation was true. Like how every 80 years there has been a crisis or an awakening. He used examples like The Revolutionary War to The Civil War and then finally to World War II. Eric predicts that the next world war will be a cyber war. He believes its happening now. I thought his whole presentation was enlightening and really had me thinking into the future.

          • A History of The Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2100 Eric NewtonTonight’s Must See Monday speaker was Eric Newton who took Cronkite students back through time into the different eras of media and the future of the media world. He explained how there have been four ages of media: visual, language, mass media, and digital and through these ages of media each generation comes of age with a different news medium. Newton showed a pattern of every eighty years how there is a Great Awakening in history. It was really positive to listen to Newton speak of Thomas Paine and his pamphlets and the muckrakers that we have been learning about in class. It validated a lot of the lectures we have had and encouraged me to continue to learn more about the history of journalism because it truly has built the foundation for what journalism is today.Then Newton moved on to discuss the future of journalism past 2011 and the potential media has even within the next forty years. Newton closed with the statement “ Today we are just scratching the surface of the digital age.” Which I found to be a powerful message and quite true, considering the Internet was developed only forty years ago and we’ve come, what seems like, so far since then. I believe the concepts we discussed tonight will stay in the back of my mind as I continue my career in journalism and might even become reality in all of our lifetime.

          • Eric Newton’s lecture emphasizes the progression of technology throughout the years and its role in journalism’s evolution. Science fiction writers and past movies have seemed to generate the overall outcome of technology through predictions, rendering this reality completely mind-altering. To think that the “cyclone” which is always turning and moving forward has ties to preconceived notions made by society in just which direction this whirlwind would go in, establishes steps in technology as completely impressionable ones. We, the people decide how we want technology to be involved in our lives and to what extent. However, it has come to the point that we may have to prepare for the control we seem to have a hold on now to be surrendered to the very variable that we command currently-technology. After hearing Newton stress the importance of the influence of these changes upon our own career paths, this revelation enabled me to open my eyes up to the future of journalism. Inevitably, we are held hostage to the concept of technology being the core of our existence. A wave of fear and excitement come over me as I present Newton’s words to myself over and over again. This “World War 3.0” is present whether we want to acknowledge it or not and the rate at which technology has progressed just throughout these last twenty years should be drastic enough for us to address such an issue.

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          • This Monday, Eric Newton came and visited to talk to us Cronkite students. Newton is the Senior Advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight foundation and the creator of the Newseum in Washington D.C. This week’s topic was “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2100”. He said that science fiction writers go with their imagination, so they bridge fiction to reality better than the experts. For example, The Jetsons, dating from the 1960’s, had a device similar to the ever-so-popular Skype. Also, he said that every American generation grows up with a different sense of media, meaning that each generation since the Revolutionary War comes of age as a different news medium rises. The digital age is the new age, starting from 1991 and continues through today. In the future, Newton predicts that every public information material will be public, and available all the time. The next age after that will have media implants, with enhanced human capacity. I was intrigued through the discussion and his predictions, and also terrified of the World War 3.0. I am going to try and keep my notes so that one day, when I get older and the time periods he discussed become the current time, I can look back and see if his predictions were accurate.

          • Cronkite Night At the Movies“The Pelican Brief” At the beginning of this thrilling movie I, personally, had no idea what the connection was between this movie and journalism. As the movie progressed, though, the connection became clear. Denzel Washington’s character provided an exceptional view of what an investigative reporter does and how they provide a pivotal role to the journalism society. Although this story was based off a book, it is quite possible that something of this nature could happen in real life. This movie provides a visual of how exciting and beneficial investigative journalism can be. The loss of such in depth and accurate reporting has been slightly lost in today’s journalism market, which is quite unsettling. Although investigative reporting is expensive, the field will eventually pay itself off by providing the audience with what is needed and wanted. “The Pelican Brief” was a thrilling to watch, but most of all it placed investigative journalism in a sincere light.

          • “We are in a profoundly new age of journalism,” Eric Newton said. From there, he had me hooked as he dove into the history of journalism and revealed its patterns. His goal was to seek the future of journalism and to do that, he told us we must look at the past. Newton explains, “We tend to use what we know to guess what comes next, but we get the future wrong because we don’t see all the things around us.” He took us to the very first acts of journalism to the world we know now and then talked about what the future could hold. In order to find where the future is going to end up, Newton said, “You must think of off the planet ideas.” One of my favorite things that he said that got me thinking was, “Every generation since the revolution has grown up with a different form of media.” Of course he was right and presented us with evidence to back it up. I found it extremely interesting. It’s amazing to think about how far this industry has come over the years and the new things that has come about because of it. The future that Newton painted for us included wearable media, robotics, artificial intelligence, cranial downloads, media implants and enhanced human capacity. Although on the surface these ideas could seem so far off and unreachable, I found myself thinking that with all the advances that I have seen in my lifetime alone that these bizarre things could actually be possible. With this, he emphasized that it was my generation that was going to create the technology and advances that will shape the industry for the next generation. He clearly showed us that it has repeatedly been people in the late teens and twenties that have made the industry what it is now. This must see monday was amazing and one that I am extremely happy I went to. Not only did I learn a lot about the history of the industry but I learned a little about the ideas of where our future could be heading. Most importantly, Eric Newton motivated me to believe that anything is possible with belief and hard work.

          • As we gathered in the First Amendment Forum we listened to Eric Newton who is the senior advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. His presentation was very interesting; he caught and held my attention throughout the entire time he shared with us Cronkite students. One phrase in particular that caught my interest was, “We’ve only scratched the surface of the digital age.” Newton, in my opinion, is one hundred percent right. If we look back throughout the years and see our progression as a society in technology we can conclude that there is much more room to grow. I see our society moving forward at a sky rocketing rate. Our generation is growing up with technology we can barely remember the times before Facebook and Twitter. Our news sources are coming to us faster than when they did by paper. I can imagine in the near future our technology leaders of tomorrow will have created something unique and wonderful to better serve our community.

          • Dan Gilmor and CJ Cornell were this weeks Must See Monday’s Speakers, and they spoke entirely about the age of digital journalism that we are in today and how entrepreneurship is and will continue to be involved in the growth of the new journalism. Gilmor spoke about four different students associated with the Cronkite school who dove into the field of entrepreneurship. They spoke about how these ideas are not only tools that give the public what they want and need to know, but they are also great startup business ideas and could potentially result in these students careers for years to come. The four websites the student introduce were not only beneficial to the community, they also gave people exactly what they want, wether it be on the light rail or a more brad range of news instantly. I was thoroughly impressed how these students are virtually all the same age as me and they truly have these amazing ideas that i believe will all add to the world. I believe that all of these students will be able to benefit with full time careers out of their own enterprises. Cornell encouraged student about the opportunities of entrepreneurship in journalism and spoke about the business that will be created and how this will essentially be part of the next wave of technology and journalism in the digital age. She then took questions and thanked the four participants. I thought this had to be one of my favorite presentations largely due to the fact that all of these students were exactly like me. They have been given the same tools as me and have utilized them to the max. It has given me some inspiration to actually consider thinking about creating my own venture in the new digital age of journalism.

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          • This week’s Must See Monday presentation was about the Digital Media Entrepreneurship. CJ Cornell, the entrepreneur-in-residence, was the one who presented four “ventures” and their innovative media ideas. Before he handed the stage to the students, though, he told about how important certain things were. He said that ambiguity is important because you have to have a vision, you have to take risks, and take ownership, you have to be resourceful. He also said that your innovation has to be scalable. They really try to make people first and he said that the following were really important: 1) motivations 2) behavior 3) emotions. He also said that the future was important because of trends and opportunities. After this short speech, he handed the floor off to Elizabeth who was in charge of the Watch Tree. Elizabeth spoke so fast, she ran through her presentation and I really didn’t get to grasp what her innovation was about. It was something about how community service is made a lot more difficult to partake in than it should and Watch Tree allows people from everywhere to post community service activities and events. She made a good point about how these days if you want to volunteer, you have to rsvp three months in advance and it just isn’t practical. Also, you have to go through expensive medical tests and background checks, and it just gets crazy. She said with her innovation, it makes it easier for people to give back to the community who don’t have the ability to give a high level of commitment. I thought it was neat. The next person was Adam and he actually received the Knight Grant that funded $100,000 of his innovation project. What it is, is a website that gives relevant information to you when you are riding the lightrail. It follows you wherever you go. Say you start out on the transit in Phoenix and you are on your way to Tempe. When you are in Phoenix, the information you receive will be about Phoenix, but once you cross into Tempe, the information will become about Tempe. It allows people to share content.The person after this was Amanda Crawford, who with Andrew Gessell created the idea of Fictionado. Amanda is a journalism student and she thought of how cool it would be to have a website that made it easy for people to do reading on the go through their mobile devices. She said that if you see a poster on the lightrail or elsewhere, you can take a picture of a barcode on the poster with your iPhone or Droid phone and the short stories would just appear on your phone. The idea is still underway and I thought this was really neat. She said that “how we’re reading has changed” and she wants her website to be the “netflics for short stories.” The last person to go was Marius Ciociriam who, oddly enough, is a film major. As CJ Cornell said, he wanted to incorporate a lot of different students into the progam, not just limit it to journalism students. Marius is a perfect example of this attempt. He created Blimee and his idea is that new can be displayed on digital signage instead of a bunch of ads up on huge screens. He wants to be able to show local newspapers on the big screen and he is currently working with Advision Media. They provide the screens for Blimee news feeds. I thought this was really neat and I’m glad I went to the Must See Monday.

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          • “The Pelican Brief” was another movie about the dangers that journalists my face when the are muck racking. It also is another example at how shady the government is, yet they yield plenty of power and will use it if they do not like something that is being said. I know that these movies are to inform us but they also inflict plenty of fear. It shows you that this world is not all peaceful and dandy, but it is our job to make sure that the public is aware. I guesss heros impose alot of danger upon themselves. I hope that once I become an investigative reporter it is not as risky for me. Either way I will do whatever it takes to shine light on the truth. Truth will always prevail.

          • I never thought that I would see a connection between the media cycles and science-fiction. Science-fiction always seemed like an unreal reality. Eric Newton showed that science-fiction can become reality. In his presentation he showed that the “crazy” thinking of science-fiction mirrors the technology we have today. “The Jetsons” had Skype. “Star Trek” used cell phones. “2001: A Space Odyssey” had the iPad. “The Jetsons,” “Star Trek” and “2001: A Space Odyssey” were created in the 1960s which was decades before any of these technologies were created. The 1960s were a part of Generation X whose big media medium was TV newscast. The technologies during this era included satellite, cable and video tape. These technologies were not even close to what was being presented on TV and film. Not many people would think that technology of “Star Trek” or “The Jetsons” would become a reality about four decades later.Newton pointed out that we tend base what the future will be like from what we know. In the 1960s, the people only knew a limited amount of what technology could be. Eric Newton said to predict the future we must think “crazy.” There was someone who thought “crazy” and brought their ideas to reality. These ideas shaped how we use technology and how we get our news. Each generation has grown up with a different media medium. It will be interesting to see what technologies the next generations use as a medium or what science-fiction technology will be made into reality. After listening to his presentation, the possibilities of what the future could be seem endless.

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          • Tonight’s movie was quite the treat! I was intrigued to watch The Pelican Brief, filled with lots of Denzel, and Julia Roberts of course, who is one of my favorite actresses. The combination of great actors, a thrilling plot and plenty of suspense thrown in made tonight’s feature my favorite movie shown in The First Amendment Forum to date. Not only was this movie about law and journalism, it also had a ton of unexpected twists! I was so shocked and horrified when the car bomb exploded and the whole audience seriously jumped in their seats. And the intense scene where the assassin was approaching the two main characters in the parking garage and the dog pops out of the car I was not prepared for at all! This movie was so engaging that when the disk stopped I was actually upset. Turns out it just needed to be turned over because it is old school I suppose. I truly enjoyed The Pelican Brief and I would recommend for everyone to watch it because it appeals to all audiences. What a wonderful way to spend my Wednesday night!

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          • The Cronkite School ended the semester with a Must See Monday that explored the great strides students are making as digital media entrepreneurs. Dan Gillmor and CJ Cornell introduced four students who accepted a challenge and dove head first into the ambiguous world of entrepreneurship. Each had their own project that proved innovation in new media is the next step in journalism. From community service to a modern day town crier the students have taken a look at what people need and how to address that need with what the community already has. The display of student projects was a glowing affirmation that we have the ability to create our own place in the world. With the intentions to inform the public around us we have the chance to secure ourselves financially as well. New media seems to be a constant in every facet of life today. With the release of the iPad, continuous updates to our favorite search engines, or the LCD screens that play while we pump our gas, the outlet for journalism is growing and these students are taking full advantage of it. This Must See Monday confirms that the Cronkite School is on the cusp of innovation; adapting to the rapid changes that effect the world of journalism every day, like the opportunities for students through the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship, ensures that the school is molding Journalists that will thrive.

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          • ?Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, led the Must See Mondays lecture, “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110,” and made some dubious points about the gradual change in media and journalism. He began the chronological tour of the ever-changing media world with verbal communication, then upgraded to the pamphlet; penny press; the telegraph until we  arrived to where we are today—helplessly occupied by our cell phones, iPads, televisions and computers. He touched on how early popular TV programs helped the creation of many of the devices we have the opportunity of using. The Flintstones had its version of Skype, where its characters were able to communicate via video, and Star Trek unveiled the planet’s first cell phone. These out-of-the-box inventions backed the words of Newton, when he said we must think “crazy and out of this world,” when moving forward in this digital age.

          • This Must See Monday’s Speaker Series featured Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. He highlighted “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110.” Newton used history to explain and predict the future for journalism. First, he stated we must accept the fact that we are in a digital age and no one knows what is going to happen next. Every generation is growing up with different forms of media. Continual technological advances create new outlets for news, making all future generations expect different things. “We predict the future based on what we know,” which is wrong because it doesn’t open up the possibility for new ideas to come. Another interesting factor in predicting the future, is looking at Science Fiction. Because this genre dreams up new possibilities, it doesn’t limit the imagination. For example, Skype, cell phones, and the iPad were all used in science fiction entertainment decades ago. What Newton predicts for the future, is that print will die, artificial intelligence and robotics will rise, and that media will become conversational. Information will become even more public and accessible to everyone. After that will follow “Bio Media”, or actual media implants that don’t require separate gadgets. “Hyper Media” will follow that with actual cranial downloads that are delivered straight into your mind. “Omni Media” finishes it off with thought projection and telepathy. This lecture was extremely thought provoking and enlightening in expanding the horizons that media will possibly one day stretch into. It is mind blowing to fathom the ideas Newton suggested, yet they are all entirely possible.

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          • During the Must See Monday on November 14, 2011 we were able to learn about the future of journalism. Eric Newton, who is the Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, told us that the future of journalism is unknown. He spoke of the beginning and life of journalism throughout all of time, even mentioning the estimate of the very first news story, 1-2 M B.C. He also told us how mass media changed the world, with the beginning of printing books and newspapers. Journalism has gradually changed over the generations, and this is because every eighty years there is a great awakening. This means there are new thoughts and ideas being used to better journalism and media that eventually changes how it was previously done. When he spoke of the future of journalism, he helped us imagine a news story from across the world, in which the story was presented as if you were actually there watching it play out through Nano technology. He gave us several big ideas involving the future of journalism to think about because “we are only scratching the surface of the digital age”.

          • Eric Newton, the senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, sat down with his audience, which included many students of the Cronkite school, to discuss the future of news. His predictions of the future baffled many in the crowd but I was skeptical to believe in such fairytales. He talked about futuristic gadgets and things that would most likely be associated with Science Fiction movies, which ironically is what he alluded to several times, including popular movies and shows such as the Matrix, Star Trek, and I-Robot. But I was too smart to believe these things. After all, I AM a Cronkite student. As he continued to talk, however; I was left wondering whether these things were feasible, especially when he got to the gloomier portion of his speech. He talked about two possible world wars, both of which could happen in our life times. I was left fascinated thinking about the possible destruction of the world as we know it, but the creation of a world that we have yet to know. The possibilities for Journalism in the future is infinite. There is no limit to what we might do.

          • In crisis situations, reporters have two responsibilities. The first is to get the story. The second is to get it without causing any further damage. As Ina Jaffe said, “When you walk into these situations, don’t make it worse.” She furthered that it also isn’t the job of the reporter to make things better either. We aren’t social workers, she said. However, journalists can’t get the information we need for a story unless we behave a certain way. If we act like automatons, our subjects won’t talk to us. However, if we are too sympathetic to our subjects, we interfere with the story and cross professional boundaries. If there is anything I learned tonight, it’s that reporters walk a fine line between their professional duties and their duties as a human being when covering crises. This balancing act seemed to have taken a toll on both speakers. Jaffe said that she would often bury the emotions and not cry about them until a week after they ended. This is the sort of trauma characteristic of disaster victims or relief workers. I never thought that the same thing would apply to reporters.

          • It is difficult to predict the future. Eric Newton says that science fiction has been the most accurate at guessing what the future holds. The way that we access media has been a central habit that is constantly subject to change.The web is being consistently improved for one specific reason – to satisfy the needs of the people. It has been simplified, modified and tailored to accommodate the masses. Personal websites developed into blogs. Websites that sold products evolved and took the form of aggregators that sold an array of products from vendors all over the world.The World Wide Web began to take shape as one large network that is interconnected throughout. This should excite journalists. It means that the possibility of news spreading increased indefinitely.The future is going mobile and the news organizations are falling in step. Active browsing and content will encourage reader involvement. Stories are being packaged in a way that makes them more interesting than ever with text, graphic and video elements.The news and the Internet both share a common interest. The common goal is to best serve the consumer. Now, more than ever, these two entities are working together to provide the most effective and entertaining experience for those with access.Newton said to, “Think crazy.” The presentation presented many futuristic ideas that were both terrifying and intriguing. It will be interesting to see how the world will change in our lifetime.

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        • “We are in a profoundly new age of journalism,” Eric Newton said. From there, he had me hooked as he dove into the history of journalism and revealed its patterns. His goal was to seek the future of journalism and to do that, he told us we must look at the past. Newton explains, “We tend to use what we know to guess what comes next, but we get the future wrong because we don’t see all the things around us.” He took us to the very first acts of journalism to the world we know now and then talked about what the future could hold. In order to find where the future is going to end up, Newton said, “You must think of off the planet ideas.” One of my favorite things that he said that got me thinking was, “Every generation since the revolution has grown up with a different form of media.” Of course he was right and presented us with evidence to back it up. I found it extremely interesting. It’s amazing to think about how far this industry has come over the years and the new things that has come about because of it. The future that Newton painted for us included wearable media, robotics, artificial intelligence, cranial downloads, media implants and enhanced human capacity. Although on the surface these ideas could seem so far off and unreachable, I found myself thinking that with all the advances that I have seen in my lifetime alone that these bizarre things could actually be possible. With this, he emphasized that it was my generation that was going to create the technology and advances that will shape the industry for the next generation. He clearly showed us that it has repeatedly been people in the late teens and twenties that have made the industry what it is now. This must see monday was amazing and one that I am extremely happy I went to. Not only did I learn a lot about the history of the industry but I learned a little about the ideas of where our future could be heading. Most importantly, Eric Newton motivated me to believe that anything is possible with belief and hard work.

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        • I thought Eric Newton made some interesting points at this Must See Monday. I found his point that science fiction has done a pretty good job of predicting future technology quite accurate and definitely true, with the Jetson’s version of Skype and the cell phones in an episode of Star Trek. Newton was right when he said that to predict what will happen, we have to think outside the box. The depiction of New York in 1999 that he showed us was an incorrect prediction because the technology was what was current when it was made. To even come close to possibly predicting what technological advancements will happen in the future of journalism, journalists need to think way outside the box. As Newton mentioned in his lecture, technology has changed dramatically within the past five years, and even the past year, as social networking sites like Twitter have gotten even more popular. He said that “each US generation comes of age as a different news medium is rising,” and this is definitely true, with just how much technology has changed in the last century. In conclusion, I enjoyed Newton’s lecture, but the extreme technological advancements he talked about honestly made me a little frightened for the future.

        • At the last Must See Monday event, Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation discussed “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2110. This presentation was really interesting to me because Newton talked about the future of news. He discussed how the industry has changed and what it will soon become. We looked back at a few clips from early movies and TV shows such as a Space Odyssey and Star Trek. It was the inventions of cell phones and the iPad that came from an idea in these shows. Newton mentioned that profoundly the new digital age no one knows how it’s going to turn out. Newton said “the first thing to predict the future is to think crazy.” Another thing he mentioned was that it’s been about every 80 years that there has been a crises and a great awakening where new things are discovered. He broke the different generations in categories such as these:From 2001 to 2026 we are currently in the cyber generation, where mobile and social media is what’s emerging among us. This includes things such as smart phones, tablets, remote sensing, blogs, and citizen media and so on. He also went on and discussed the further future generations such as visionary, 2027-2047, Hybrid, 2048-2068, and Courageous, 2069-2089. Newton said that we are only scratching the surface of the digital age and there’s still so much to explore. I’ve learned a lot about this lecture and I think it really opened the eyes to many of the students at Cronkite. One of Newton’s ending quotes was that “If we don’t engage in the new technology we’re not engaging in our near future.” It’s important for us as journalist to keep up with the latest technology because its new ways and outlets for us to do what we do, which is to deliver new and inform the public.

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        • In this evening’s lecture, Mr. Eric Newton tickled the sci-fi nerd in everyone who attended; I suddenly have the urge to watch James Cameron’s Avatar, but I digress. Newton discussed of the advancement of technology and the media through which humans (and eventually robots) will communicate in a rational but creative way. Newton went through sixteen ages of American Journalism, four of which were hypotheses on the future of technology. The other twelve coincided with eras that I have studied in Principles and History of Journalism. The changes in technology coincide with the evolving traditions of journalism. Something that was not completely addressed in this lecture was the changing principles of journalism in the ages of nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, or telepathy. As in-depth as Newton went in the discussion of the evolution of technology, there was not much discussion in regards to how the on-going digital age will affect how the news is reported or written. It might just be up to us, the current students of journalism, to decide how things will be done in the future.

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        • Tonight’s Must See Monday by Eric Newton was very enlightening. He discussed about how technology was advancing and how it was also affecting the future of journalism. He first began by discussing the past of both technology and journalism. One of the more interesting facts I learned was that cell phones were created thanks to the show “Star Trek.” He then talked about the Singularity Theory. I was amazed by how fast he said that technology was advancing. His theory on how we would get implants to help us learn information was amazing and agreed with what I had already previously believed would happen. Finally Eric Newton discussed how this time in history is “World War 3.0” which is an ongoing technological warfare. He talked about how this world will soon be run by smart grids, robots, and artificial intelligence within the next 15-30 years. Eric Newton both inspired and informed me tonight with this Must See Monday.

        • Before Eric Newton started talking, I had no idea what the title “what 1767 tells us about 2100” meant. I found his timelines of the different eras very interesting and I he did a great job explaining all the different evolutions of journalism and not only how much it has grown but also how much it will continue to grow. I found his correlations between the wars particularly fascinating and the World War 3.0 will definitely be something to look out for. I also enjoyed his advice for future journalists; he was able to put a serious and humorous twist on each of his points. My favorite part however was when he talked about we always say journalism right now changing more than ever when in fact it has been changing constantly ever since 1767. There will always be something that one generation never had to worry about or something that one generation missed because new methods are always being invented and changed.

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        • With the closing of tonight’s Must See Monday, I wasn’t sure if I should be excited for the coming age of journalism or afraid of an out-dated sci-fi movie becoming a reality. That in mind, I wasn’t sure how valid Eric Newton’s projections for the coming 100 years or so were. Granted, history does show us a large jump in message reach from a “nearby crowd” to millions with the introduction of something as fabulous as the internet. Also, Newton included that “we tend to use what we know to guess what happens,” but I would have liked to see more factual evidence to back up his “guesses.” I can’t be a total critic because much of what he said is true; for instance, it is true that “every american generation has grown up with a different form of media on the rise.” With this “constantly changing” media, who’s to say we won’t live a future that includes electronic minds, robots of some sorts. After seeing slides on Star-Trek inventions that became realities, Newton’s notion of the future, “Think crazy. Not the out-of-the-box crazy, but the out-of-this-planet crazy” don’t seem too crazy. But this “enlightened” era near the beginning of the next century? All I can say is thank goodness I won’t be around for this World War 4.0 and an “Avatar”-like future; I don’t look good in blue anyway.

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        • This week’s Must See Monday focused on “Communities in Crisis: Ethical Considerations for Journalists.” Ina Jaffe, a national desk correspondent for NPR West and Victor Merina, senior correspondent and special projects editor for Reznet spoke about past experiences while reporting on communities in crisis. Jaffe said her first breaking news story for NPR West was about a person who brought a gun to an elementary school yard in California and opened fire on children, killing some and injuring many. She wasn’t sure how to report on the story or how to interview children who were there. Her editor told her to not interview them. She returned to the same city a year later to interview a family whose child had died in the shooting. She said you have to have patience in crisis situations, let victims come to you. Don’t force your way into a victim’s lives. Merina spoke about covering the race riots in Los Angeles and going to the funerals of many of the victims. This allowed him to get to learn about them better by talking to their families. He agreed with Jaffe and said you should let victims come to you. You have to have patience with mourning families. The question of how do you stick to deadlines was another topic brought up. Jaffe said in crisis stories, get what you need to get in the time you have to tell the story. She said one fantastic interview is better than forcing seven people to talk to you. Merina said journalists need to have respect for the people and places you visit and write about. Show humanity, these are real people. I learned that a journalist really needs to research a community before going into it and try to write a story about it. You should also really observe the scene. Make sure you don’t get too involved with a story. You need to be enough a part of a story to write a good story, but not enough where that’s all you think about and you wallow in that stories sadness.

        • The weeks Must See Monday is quite special. It features the “History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells us About 2110”. The intro was done by Dean Callahan. And then Senior Advisor to the Knight Foundation Eric Newton started going over how things from the past influence the future. For instance, the T.V. show “The Jetsens” came up with the idea of skype long before it was real. Newton then went to look at cycles throughout history such as World War 3.0 that is possibly soon to begin. “Cyber space is an arena for war”, Newton stated. If the cycles in history continue then we can expect technology to grow into something unimaginable. Our future could hold things such as having “newsbots” or having real conversations with your computer. With this new influx of technology old media will be sure to fall away into the past. “What’s next?”, Newton asked? The answer is bio media with augmented reality, media implants and nanotechnology. Newton continues to explain that 80 years from World War 3.0 there will be a World War 4.0 of humans v. a nonhuman entity. “Today we’re just scratching the surface of the digital age”. This quote is so true. Our future is rapidly approaching and it is up to us to shape it. Newton continued to explain what a journalist should do with this rapidly growing field. Journalists used to be able to just write on paper with ink and send it out to the world. Now we type up our information and send it out or broadcast our information to thousands over the television. So what is a journalist to do? Keep up with the times in this sea of technology. “Happy Sailing”.

        • Tonight’s Must See Monday speaker was Mr. Eric Newton, the senior advisor to the president of the John L. and James S. Knight Foundation. This foundation funds journalism projects across the nation, especially here at the Cronkite School. Mr. Newton’s discussion tonight focused on the history of the future of news, and how we can use the past to predict the future. He started off in 1767, in what he called the first era of news, and ended up in the year 2111, and predicted that by then, humans will have World War 4.0 against non-human things. This could include machines, technological robots. Furthermore, Mr. Newton said we could be living in World War 3.0 right now, and might do so well into the next decades. This war is in cyberspace, and he said countries do have tech armies right now, and are preparing to have a cyberspace war. Technology is so present now, that this war is plausible. He gave specific examples from science-fiction and other mediums to indicate that the past has successfully predicted the future in some cases. These examples included: Skype from the Jetsons, the iPad, and the cell phone from Star Trek. Others, like Pulitzer’s prediction in 1899 of what New York City would like in 1999, don’t pan out quite as while. Nonetheless, Mr. Newton advised us that technology, news and the media is changing constantly, and that we can use the past to gain insight into the future. I found his discussion to be very thought provoking and entertaining, and it was a privilege to hear him speak tonight at the Cronkite School.

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        • The Must See Monday presented tonight was unbelievable. Eric Newton, presidential advisor of the Knight Foundation, spoke about the progress man, as a species, has made since 1767. He organized the presentation based on innovations and their respective impacts on the world. Mr. Newton stated that a crisis occurs approximately eighty years, a shockingly accurate statement. He also said that all the advancements in technology, as beneficial as they may be, ultimately would lead to WW3.0. Newton also pointed out how current devices were conceived in past media: Skype from the Jetsons, cell phones in Star Trek, and concepts for future cityscapes. However, from this will arise WW4.0, humans vs. robots: the ultimate showdown and the cliché science fiction theme. Such a possibility is scary to consider, because 2040 is not that far away. Newton reassured us that there are 7 billion reasons none of it will happen. It still did not settle the mood because he ended the presentation with “it’s crazy, so it just might happen.”

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