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  • Web : Liberty, Equality, Fraternity Lecture Prepared by Anirudh Agrawal PhD Fellow CBS Aag.ikl@cbs.dkElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • • Currently pursuing PhD in Social Entrepreneurship • Consultant to Start-Ups and firms investing in India • Co-founded Schultz and Kaiser, Biotech consulting firm focused on selling Indian Bio-tech patents to MNC Bio-tech companies • Professional Experience : Commercial Engineer at Veolia Water • Pre-Doctoral program in Strategy : HEC Paris • Masters thesis in Social Entrepreneurship • Bachelors and Masters in Mechanical EngineeringElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Next 3 lectures• Advocacy and Activism focused on Online Media• Online Trust and Reputation Management, Online Marketing• Business Models and Open Innovation focus on Internet, Co-creation, CrowdsourcingElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Contents for Todays Lecture• Fundamental Rights / Shared Values• World of internet : Changing paradigms• Civil Society Organizations and Social Movements• Advocacy and ActivismElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • 1.Rights/ValuesElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Fundamental Rights/Human Rights• Right to marriage/Friendship/Association/Assembly• Freedom of move/change jobs/cities• Freedom of religion• Freedom to think and express• Habeas Corpus• Right to Life• Right to Information• Equality/Liberty/FraternityElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Activity 1• What will you do if you find out that a particular firm is exploiting child in third world country to provide comfort/health/affordability to you?...Example :• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iYnH3fQH7c• No education• No choice in life• No information• Suffer discrimination• Firms make profit on their innocenceElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • 2. InternetElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Number of Internet User 2010Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Number of Internet Users as Percentage of country’s PopulationElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Internet CensorShipElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Internet in EuropeElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Twitter Statistics Twitter Company Statistics Data Total number of active registered Twitter users 500,250,000 Number of new Twitter users signing up everyday 150,000 Number of unique Twitter site visitors every month 180 million Average number of tweets per day 55 million Number of Twitter search engine queries every day 1.6 billion Percent of Twitter users who use their phone to tweet 41% Percent of tweets that come from third party applicants 60% Number of people that are employed by Twitter 175 Number of active Twitter users every month 100 million Percent of Twitters who don’t tweet but watch other people tweet 40% Number of days it takes for 1 billion tweets 5 days Number of tweets that happen every second 8,900 Twitter Annual Advertising Revenue Revenue 2013 (Projected) $399,500,000 2012 $259,000,000 2011 $139,000,000 2010 $45,000,000Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • FaceBook Statistics Facebook Statistics Data Total number of active Facebook users 900 million Total number of minutes spent on Facebook each month 700 billion Percent of all Facebook users who log on in any given day 50% Percent of 18-34 year olds who check Facebook when they wake up 48% Percent of 18-34 year olds who check Facebook before they get out of bed 28% Average number of friends per facebook user 130 Average number of pages, groups, and events a user is connected to 80 Average number of photos uploaded per day 250 Global Facebook Reach Statistics Number of languages available on the Facebook site 70 Percent of Facebook users who are outside the United States 75% Number of users who helped translate Facebook 300,000 Facebook Platform Statistics Average number of aps installed on Facebook each day 20 million Total number of apps and websites integrated with Facebook 7 million Facebook Mobile Phone Statistics Number of Facebook users who access the site through a mobile device 350 million Every 20 Minutes on Facebook Links shared 1 million Friends requested 2 million Messages sent 3 millionElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Youtube Statistics1.) 35 hours of video footage is uploaded to the site every 16.) The total number of advertisers using YouTube hasminute increased 10-fold in the last year2.) Over 13 million hours of footage was uploaded in 2010 17.) There are currently over 10,000 official partners3.) More video is uploaded every 60 days than the three major 18.) Content ID--YouTubes automated system that serves as aUS television networks produced in 60 years copyright-violation watchdog--scans 100 years worth of content4.) Each week, YouTube receives the equivalent of 115,000 full- every daylength feature films in uploads. 19.) 1000 partners are now using Content IDYouTube Demographics 20.) Over one third of YouTubes total monetized views come5.) 70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the U.S. from Content ID. 6.) YouTube is localized in 25 countries across 43 languages YouTube & Social Video7.) The base age demographic for YouTube is 18-54 21.) Over 5 million people have found and subscribed to aYouTube Views/Usage/Content friends channel using YouTubes friend-finding tools8.) Over 2 billion videos are viewed every day 22.) Every auto-shared tweet results in six new YouTube.com browsing sessions9.) YouTube Mobile gets over 100 million views per day 23.) More than half the videos on YouTube have been rated or10.) In 2010, there were over 700 billion video playbacks commented on by users11.) A full 10% of YouTube videos are in HD 24.) Over 4 million people are connected and auto-sharing to at12.) There are 7,000 hours of full-length movies and television least one social networkepisodes available on YouTube. 25.) Every day, millions of clips are "favorited" and millions ofMonetization & Copyright On YouTube subscriptions occur13.) 2 billion video views per week are monetized14.) Hundreds of partners are making six figures per year15.) 94 of AdAges top 100 advertisers have run campaigns onYouTubeElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Global ICT developments, 2001-2011 100 Mobile-cellular telephone subscriptions 90 Individuals using the Internet 80 Fixed-telephone subscriptions 70 Per 100 inhabitants Active mobile-broadband subscriptions 60 Fixed (wired)-broadband subscriptions 50 40 30 20 10 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Mobile-cellular subscriptions per 100 inhabitants, 140 2001-2011 Developed 120 World Developing 100 Per 100 inhabitants 80 60 40 20 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Active mobile-broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitants, 2007-2011 60 Developed World 50 Developing Per 100 inhabitants 40 30 20 10 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 The developed/developing country classifications are based on the UN M49, see: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/definitions/regions/index.html Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators databaseElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Global mobile-cellular subscriptions, total and per 100 inhabitants, 2001-2011 6000 100 90 5000 80 Subscriptions (in millions) 70 Mobile-celullar subscriptions (millions) 4000 Per 100 inhabitants Per 100 inhabitants 60 3000 50 40 2000 30 20 1000 10 0 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators databaseElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Top 10 countries with the lowest ICT prices, 2010 Monaco Macao, China Liechtenstein Hong Kong, China 2010 United Arab… 2008 Singapore Luxembourg Norway Iceland Denmark 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 ICT Price Basket (=Price as a % of income) Source: ITU Measuring the Information Society 2011Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Growth in Internet based advertising revenueElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Activity 2• In groups of five, think about top 5 ways you have collaborated with your peers on Internet?• And than think how would the same activities happen without internet?• Than discuss the new possibilities of collaboration in internet world !!!Could be in commenting on facebook, sharingvideos, re-tweeting on twitter, tagging onfacebook, gaming, poker, assignmentsElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Global Internet Map 2011 http://r3zn8d.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/global-internet-map-2011-x.pngElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • What is Advocacy?• The act of pleading or arguing in favor of something, such as a cause, idea, or policy; active support.(The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Ed © 2000 by HoughtonMifflin Company)• The ability of an organization to facilitate communication between citizens and decision makers( “Using Online Advoacy” available at www.groundspring.org)• Comprehensive efforts to grow membership, engage potential supporters, cultivate relationships, build communities, raise awareness, and mobilize constituencies around a cause. (“Using Online Advoacy” available at www.groundspring.org)Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class Courtesy : www.npower.org
  • Examples of Advocacy• GreenPeace• India Against Corruption• PETA• Oxfam• Campaign Against Nuclear Disarmament• Pro-Choice Movement vs Pro-Life MovementElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Business Oriented Advocacy• Energy Lobby• National Rifle Association• Greenpeace• Financial Services RoundtableElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Competing Advocacy Groups• War on Iraq (for vs against)• Life (abortion vs life)• Nuclear Disarmament (peace vs security)• Strict environment regulation (environment vs jobs)• Immigration Debate in Denmark (equality vs social security depletion)• Capitalistic markets vs Socialistic marketsElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Coal vs Wind• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-FhIgtoLxU• Coal• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_xcvpM-UV0• WindElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • BuzzWords in Advocacy• E-campaign, Campaign • Motivate• Protests • Take Action• Activism • Outreach• Debates • Inform• Impact • Activate• Policy • Effectuate• Engage • Sympathize• Recruit • Equality• Retain• MobilizeElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Strategies Adopted by Activists Strategies & Tactics Quiet Negotiation Meet Civil Servants Share Information Low Non-Public Briefs Profile Continued Negotiation Goal: Medium Meet Civil Servants To Win Profile Public Briefs “Feed” Opposition Appear at Committees MPP Visitations Alliances with Other Groups Letters to MPP’s/Newspapers Public Criticism High P.R. and Ad Campaigns Profile Work Opposition Release Information Letter Writing Demonstrating & RalliesElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Activity 2• How do you get your information? In what ways can you bring your voice and concerns?Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • How do you get information?Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • What are traditional platforms of information sharing and communication?• Newspaper• Word of Mouth• Television/Radio• HamRadio/ Amateur Radio• Observation• InternetElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh Agrawal Courtesy:Slides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class The New Breed of Activism What it is, How it is applied, How you use it By: Gautam Raju and Eyal Halamish
  • Diffusion of Information• One way• Networks• Collaborative Information exchangeElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Who are the gatekeepers of Information?• Government with the power of law• Business Tycoons with control over media• Media Editors• Server and information routerElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • What is social media?• Social media is a web-based and mobile based technologies forum which is used to turn communications into interactive dialogue among organizations, communities and individuals, e.g. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pintrest, internet forums, weblogs, social blogs, podcast, photographs or pictures, video, rating and social bookmarks.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN-kIJI_5wgElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class The Courtesy: New Breed of Activism What it is, How it is applied, How you use it By: Gautam Raju and Eyal Halamish
  • Crowdsourcing• http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=ZSTurPXtDAw&NR=1Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Facebook and Twitter are Bigger Than Many CountriesElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • But they aren‟t the top social networks in every country.Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Optimists• Yes, digital media is changing everything• Makes it easier for people to communicate, organize protests, and other movements• Don’t have to rely on the mainstream media anymore. (Wikileaks!)• Iran protests – Twitter, YouTube• UK Student Protests – Twitter (organising)• Change from a media that talks AT you (TV) to a media you use to communicate (Facebook, Email, Mobiles)Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Wikileaks • “We open governments” • Allows people to give – and get – raw information without relying on the traditional news media.Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Twitter in….Iran • Al Jazeera (10 Jan 2011): “In the summer of 2009, the word on everyones lips was "Iran." As the youthful Green Movement rose up against what they perceived to be a tampered election, the world banded together in solidarity. The hashtag #iranelection trended on Twitter for weeks, while media outlets spoke of a "Twitter revolution." •Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Twitter in London • Student protests last month (December 2010) against fees. • Activists used Twitter and Google Maps to avoid police, and send messages to each other about where to organize.Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Pessimists• No, digital media doesn‟t change everything• People‟s tastes are still for entertainment• Not everyone has access to digital media anyway, particularly poorer people• Television still reaches a much bigger global audience• Even with Wikileaks, most people learn about it from mainstream media.• Even in Iran, and London, Twitter/new media not the cause of revolutionElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Even Wikileaks relies on mainstream media to get the word out…Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Iran 2009– Mostly outsiders tweeting • „Twitter functioned mainly as a huge echo chamber of solidarity messages from global voices, that simply slowed the general speed of traffic,‟ (Harkin 2010) • Most actual protests organized by text or word of mouth (the old fashioned way).Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • But even “rich” countries have uneven access.• 1/3rd of Americans don’t use fast internetElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • People Still Spend More Time Watching TV and Film than on the InternetElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Television Audiences Can be in the Billions (Compare to Facebook and Twitter numbers earlier) • 1. Michael Jackson‟s Funeral – 2.5-3 billion? • 2. Princess Diana‟s Funeral – 2 billion • 3. 2010 FIFA Final – 1.75 Billion • 4. Funeral of Pope – 1 Billon people • 5. Rescue of Chilean Miners – 1 billion people.Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Civil Society OrganizationElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • What is Civil Society? • Developmental Non Governmental Organizations • Citizens Groups • Self Help Groups • Professional Associations • Registered Charities • Business Associations • Trade Unions • Faith Based Associations • Coalition and advocacy Groups etc.Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • What is Civil Society? “Civil society or civil institutions can be in totality referred to as voluntary, civic and social organisations or institutions which form the basis of a functioning society as opposed to the force backed structures of a state (regardless of that states political system)”.Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • What is a Civil Society? Civil Society Organization CorporationAim Social Value Creation Economic Value CreationRole of Profit Non Profit Making Profit MaximizingActivities Production of social Production based on services like : Advocacy, demand demand and supply activism, human rights in the market in relation to movement, grant-giving profit maximizationFunding Grants, donations Self Funding, marketGovernance Participation, democratic, Based merit, capital stakeholders and other social factorsElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Functions of Civil Society Organization Civil Society‟s involvement occupies a critical place in the governance process and promotes good governance by facilitating people‟s collective action for attaining sustainable socio-economic outcomes for the common good of the society.Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Functions of Civil Society Organization • Citizenship Development: For citizens to be active in public affairs and participate in efforts that promote good governance. • Policy Formulation and Advocacy: Influencing the decisions of legislators, elected representatives and public administrators • Watchdog role: Playing a crucial role in evaluating the policies and actions of the Government • Counterbalance State and Business: Crony Capitalism, plurality,Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Functions of Civil Society Organization • Welfare Service Delivery: Providing necessary institutional basis for service delivery. • Impacting Electoral Politics: Impacting the outcomes of the electoral process • Reform and Social Change: Serve as an instrument for reform and social change • Collective Action: Facilitating peoples collective action in attaining sustainable socio-economic outcomesElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Social Movement is a• challenge to – authorities, power-holders, OR – cultural beliefs and practices – (NOTE: others would say “actions to promote or resist social change”)• that is – collective (multiple people) – organized (coordinated, at least to some degree) – sustained (lasts a while, not just one outburst) and – non-institutional (the most problematic part of a standard definition – outside the “normal” structures or routines of society. More about this shortly.)Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Different ways of defining movements• As groups of people (the most natural idea): BUT a movement can continue as the people in it come and go• As a (single) challenge that lasts a long time – but misses the complexity of movements• As preferences for change (i.e. as sets of ideas) (McCarthy & Zald 1977 – commonly cited) BUT although the preferences bound a movement, they are not the thing itself• As sets of actions with common orientations toward social change preferencesElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Another, related way of defining terms• Collective action (esp. protests): people act together in some concerted fashion.• Collective campaign: series of collective actions oriented toward the same general social change goal bounded by space, time, and/or participants• Social movement: a complex set of collective campaigns and other collective events broadly oriented to the same general goal – Emphasis on complexity, diffuse boundaries – Competing definitions, orientations within the movementElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Organizations• Social movement organization (SMO): an organization (with boundaries, members, a structure) explicitly oriented toward movement goals. National Organization for Women. NAACP. Greenpeace.• Other organizations (sometimes called “preexisting” organizations) may be part of movements, but their “purpose” is not the movement. I.e. churches, unions, fraternal organizations, government agencies.• All the organizations in a social movement taken together may be called a social movement sector (but the term is NOT popular)• BUT . . .Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Social Movement Private OrganizationGovernance Leader driven, Ideology Capital Driven, Market driven, Social Values driven opportunity driven can be hazy as wellGoals Hazy but values driven Well DefinedStakeholders Agreement is loosely bound, Agreement towards common differences may occur over a goal, long term commitment period of time, commitment is shakyOrganizational Characteristics Case by case (PETA vs Organized Vegetarian food)Organizational structure Loose, based on shared organized values, difficult to bind togather over a long period of time, leadership is not well definedFinancials Not defined, personal finance, Well definedElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh Agrawal philanthropy, churchSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
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  • The basic questions about movements Why are there social movements? How are there social movements?Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Why movements? Depends on the question• Why do people need movements? Issues of disadvantage, power differentials• Why do people think they need movements? Issues of interests, grievance formation, ideologies.• Why are people able to form movements? Issues of resources, capacities, opportunities.• Why do movements succeed? Issues of opportunity, strategy.• Why do movements rise and fall? Issues of coevolution, dynamics.We will be discussing all these different issues!Elanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Coevolutionary Theory• Builds on political process• Stresses that movements change/evolve not only from their own internal logic but in interaction with other actors• Stresses that regimes, opponents, media, etc. ALSO change/evolve in interaction with movements• Historical trajectories are the consequences not only of the movement’s choices but of what others do.• No actor can control outcomes, because the outcomes are ALSO a product of others‟ actions and choices AND ALSO sheer luck & external circumstances like the weatherElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • state Civil society marketElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • • http://edition.cnn.com/video/?hpt=ibu_t2#/video/ business/2013/02/22/intv-wbt-sony-playstation- house.cnnElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
  • Online Activism• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHhCP5ad-zMElanor Colleoni Micheal Etter Anirudh AgrawalSlides developed from Elanor Colleoni Class
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