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- n. The act or process of converting from analog to digital
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the administration of digitalis for the treatment of certain heart disorders.
- n. the effect produced by the administraation of dititalis.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the administration of digitalis for the treatment of certain heart disorders
A recent MorganStanley report at the Web2. 0 conference highlights how digitalization is spreading worldwide:
Instant communication, Hoffmann posits, is creating an epidemic of fear that feeds on itself: "The rise in market volatility, in our opinion, is a function of digitalization, which is exaggerating human mood swings by the unprecedented dissemination of information via the Internet."
This so-called digitalization process has helped small businesses attain a dramatically more efficient way of doing business.
D. D.anuraj, Chairman, CPPR, said that the lack of a dedicated space facilitating easy and speedy access of information extracted through the RTI from across the state had led to the idea of digitalization of RTI information and making it available on a Wikipedia-like platform.
One of the interesting aspect of the "digitalization" of media is "traditional" media slow movement to become more trackable and targetable.
As you probably expected, our world is slowly taking the path of complete digitalization.
Mr. Reynolds, 48, uses as his gold standard the music of his youth (post-punk) and the music that clinched his professional reputation (rave); he presents few, if any, upsides to the digitalization of music and instead remembers fondly his visits to the local record shop.
The 'digitalization of childhood' needs to be mediated in a way that children and their caregivers establish norms of behavior which impart the skills needed to compete in a global marketplace, but also practice the relational and deep thinking skills we will need to maintain excellence and equity in our society.
RB: I have recently talked to a number of 20-something writers and they feel like television is a generational fault line and perhaps even the digitalization of music and sampling is another fault line that allowed them to see cultural objects in smaller discreet fragments and bundles.
Make no mistake -- advances in digitalization, and those yet to come, have improved our lives, our work, and our planet in ways we can't even begin to imagine.