Networks are all around us…

2 Feb

“(Networks) are all around us. We rely on them. We are threatened by them. We are part of them. Networks shape our world, but they can be confusing: no obvious leader or centre, no familiar structure and no easy diagram to describe them. Networks self-organise, morphing and changing as they react to interference or breakdown.” (McCarthy et al, 2004: 11)

“Networks embody a set of fundamental principles for the ordering, distribution and coordination of different components, whether chemical, natural, social or digital. Network principles help to explain not just the distribution of wealth in monetary economies, but also the distribution of molecules in cellular systems. If we can recognise and detect these patterns more accurately, we could learn to use them for organisation and decision-making, to make possible new forms of coordination and collective action.” (McCarthy et al, 2004: 12)



Keeping the ideas from this quotes I want to  describe a network such as  distribution of different components in natural, social and chemical spheres. All people are part of this spheres and networks governs all over the world. NETworks are the most famous  connections which are really known in all world and help to different people to talk, to chat, skimming accounts and be at the center of attention.

The quotes might help us to understand our networks. Consider what the network is like, we are the part of it, we understand how it is important for us and  how it connects to other networks.Networks also help to touch with people throug the Internet if we don’t see each other in real life.  Every day at university we connect with different people, different overlapping relationships(organizations, family, interest, background). We discuss relationships with relatives and close friends. In NITS course we connect with people on-line and we learn  and make decision, we make a new accounts and with this strategies we more and more closer to each other. Also we write our blogs which are give important, interesting information to another people. Moreover we can make different advertisement and look through sites that are interesting for us.

Network principles help to explain the distribution of wealth in economies and finances, the distribution of molecules in cellular systems,different ways which are help to govern.In other words, all things which are touch our life.

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”Ms. Aziada”…

2 Feb

Almaty,2nd  February, Kazakhstan Today — the finalist of competition “Ms. Aziada” is defined, transfers Kazakhstan Today.

As it is informed on an official site of Aziady, in competition “Ms. Aziada” which has taken place today in Almaty in frameworks of “Cultural Aziady», 22-year-old Kumis Bazarbaeva from Kokshetau has won.

Ajgerim Dosbolova from Taldykurgana became the first vice-Ms., the representative of Uralsk 23-year-old Saida Adilova has won a title of second vice-Ms., Roza Ahmedieva from Pavlodar became the third vice-Ms.

The ending consisted of three stages: in the first — girls have appeared in bathing suits, in-second — have shown the sports qualities, and the closing stage — дефиле in evening dresses from the Kazakhstan designers.

According to the general director of competition Konstantin Korotkov, all girls are  not professional models, for many participation in competition is first experience.

For the winner, K.Bazarbaevoj, it also the first experience in similar actions: «I am very happy also the truth did not expect that I will become Ms. Aziady. In the future I wish to test in modelling business».

According to K.Bazarbaevoj, she loves sports, on the Asian games supports our hockey players and wishes all sportsmen of more victories.

The jury structure included known actors, designers and sportsmen: singer Nurlan Abdullin, Olympic champion Olga Shishigina, designer Kenzhe Devjatko, «Ms. Kazakhstan-2007» Alfina Nasyrov and others.

According to organizers, more than 100 girls from all Kazakhstan have submitted demands for participation in competition, only 20 it was possible to pass in the ending. During action stars of the Kazakhstan show business acted. The songs have executed group “Horde”, musician Asylbek Ensepov, and also has taken place display of a collection of designer Kenzhe Devjatko. According to organizers, competition “Ms. Aziada” is planned to spend henceforth constantly.

For more information you can use this site:

http://www.astana-almaty2011.kz/gis/menu/ru/News_Center/article.aspx?flag=1&pagenum=1&id=983

Discussion on the NETwork logic and Living NETwork

31 Jan

The articles that I have read ‘NETwork logic’ and ‘Living NETworks’ tells  a lot of new information about the Internet, Mobile Phones, SMS, WIFI and etc. Also this article include communication, transparency,  knowledge, innovation, regulation, accountability, ownership, citizenship and power.We know a lot of about technology but we dont know about network logic. So scientists have some ideas how to impove networks and different communications.

The main difficulties of the regulation is that successful innovation depends only on effective regulation. I think that if government identify the organizations and strategies it could be solving problems.Another point that it will be better if we rebuild public trust in institutions and improve organizational performance itself.  All institutions make mistakes and good desision is to help them in improving.

Also knowledge about all technology and information will be distributed across the internet.It is helpful to search and understand some information which are needed for us.In our life social communication play main role in every person’s life. That is why internet, mobile pnone and other technologies important for everyone in different situation.

More information you can found in this site. Welcome!

http://www2.kimep.kz/lectures/Frederick%20Emrich/NITsSpring11/networklogic.pdf

‘Morning Glory’-very interesting, amazing film about jornalists!

24 Jan

Becky (Rachel McAdams) is a hard-working morning TV show producer, or at least she was until she got fired. Desperate to get a job, she finally gets an interview with Jerry (Jeff Goldblum) – who is desperate to hire a producer for the struggling show “Daybreak”. Becky accepts the job and it proves to be more difficult than even she might be able to handle. She has to fire the sexist co-host, then try to convince egotistical news reporter, Mike Pomeroy (Harrison Ford), to take the job, and then try and get him to actually do the job, properly. And she has to do this while falling for handsome Adam (Patrick Wilson), and trying to save the show from plummeting ratings. Will Becky be able to hold on to her dream job and her sanity?

http://www.imdb.com/video/imdb/vi1517263129/

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1126618/

Adil Jalilov, one of the most successful journalists in Kazakhstan, speaks at LDP

20 Jan

9 September 2010

Adil Jalilov started his career in mass media in 1994, gaining extensive experience both in print journalism and in television. In 2004, Mr. Jalilov became the editor-in-chief of the newspaper Kursiv.  Also, he is the director and a founder of the international journalism center Media Net.

Undoubtedly, Mr. Jalilov is one of the leading journalists of Kazakhstan, and he had a lot to share with the students of LDP. He spoke extensively about the structure of mass media in Kazakhstan and its regulation.  Having laid this groundwork, Mr. Jalilov gave students interesting examples about specific challenges and opportunities that journalists currently face.

Many students were interested in issues concerning freedom of speech and the role of the Internet in its development. According to Mr. Jalilov, “the Internet is gaining more and more significance in both business and the world of journalism.  Many newspapers are closing specifically because of the development of the Internet.”

Mr. Jalilov also responded to questions about the future of journalism in Kazakhstan, and in particular its potential to develop standards similar to those used in the West.  One of the key factors in this process, Mr. Jalilov explained, is the emergence of the next generation of Kazakhstani journalists.

“A change of generations will be able to gradually alter the problems of freedom of speech and develop the media market as a whole,” he explained.  “It is difficult to change the system with the current generation still in control.  The current generation of students, who have grown up with a market economy and an open culture, will become the key factor in the future development of media.”

Coming back to the subject of leadership, Mr. Jalilov noted that “one cannot become a leader artificially, and can not chase it.”  In his opinion, “any leader should have a healthy share of modesty, powerful charisma, high competency and communication skills.”

During his career, Mr. Jalilov has held a variety of leadership positions, both at different levels and in different spheres. “I was the director of a PR agency, which had quite a large budget, but at some point I decided that I needed a little more freedom,” he confessed.

But that doesn’t mean that Mr. Jalilov has stopped making plans for the future.  “At the moment, my partners and I are developing four organizations,” he said.  “These ideas do not help us become wealthier, but help bring up the young generation of journalists. It is important not only to earn money, but also to do something useful for the community and country you live in.”

http://www.kimep.kz/about/news/sept10/jalilov

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18 Jan

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