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    • Ken Leebow WOW! – Wonders of the Web Author, Speaker, TV Personality Qwest’s Incredible Internet Guy Moving Faster Than Ever – Challenges and Opportunity www.IncredibleInternet.com Speed of Technology Change
    • Simplifying Technology & the Internet
    • The speed of change has become a defining characteristic of the information age. School of the Future www.microsoft.com/Education/SchoolofFutureVision.mspx
      • “ We need to create a process to identify these opportunities early.”
      • -- Philippe Dauman
      • Viacom’s new head Philippe Dauman
      • says his goal is to find the next MySpace
      • or YouTube before the price tag balloons.
      Business
    • I’ve Got a Secret!
    • “ We rarely simplify things, no matter how hard we try.” “ Gadgets are fun, and they may perform tasks we find beneficial, but they don’t actually simplify our lives: they make our lives more complex.”
    • Sir Tim Berners-Lee . . . “ I think Web 2.0 is of course a piece of jargon, nobody even knows what it means. If Web 2.0 for you is blogs and wikis, then that is people to people. But that was what the Web was supposed to be all along.” The “New” Internet
      • The next generation of leaps,
      • if you will, in technology,
      • will all come from the fact that
      • people are always . . .
      • online
      • connected
      • communicating
      • sharing information
    • It’s All About We . . . The Fifth Estate
      • Now, we have the tools to share our. . .
          • Passion
          • Expertise
          • Information
          • Communities
          • Collaboration
          • Communication
          • Lives – Privacy
      • And It’s All Converging
      • Very Quickly . . .
    • Free
          • Share
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      • Examples of the “New” Internet
          • Wikipedia – World Book
          • YouTube – Boob Tube
          • MySpace/FaceBook – Water Cooler
          • Blogs – Traditional Media
          • Craigslist – Newspaper Classified Ads
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      • Sharing on the Internet
          • Flickr – Photos
          • Del.icio.us – Bookmarks
          • Digg – User Based News Ranking
          • SecondLife – Our Lives
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    • www.Blaugh.com
          • Word Processing – Writely
          • Spreadsheets – Google
          • Email – Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail
          • Video – YouTube and many others
          • Leebow’s Predictions – The Year Of . . .
          • 2005 – Blogs
          • 2006 – Online Video
          • 2007 – Web-based Applications
      Everything is Moving to the Web
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      • Everyone’s Got An . . .
      • . . . Opinion
          • Push-Button Publishing
      • Web Site
      • Reverse Chronological Order
      • Passionate
      • Expert
      Blog?
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    • “ It’s a way to maintain my discipline as a scholar and a writer. If I’m blogging daily about Lincoln, then I'm thinking daily about Lincoln, and this helps me develop new ideas.” -- Brian Dirck Why Do You Blog?
    • It’s Wiki . . . . . . Wacky World
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    • wikiHow is a collaborative writing project to build the world's largest how-to manual. With your contributions, we can create a free resource that helps people by offering clear, concise solutions to the problems of everyday life.
    • Imagine a world in which every single person is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge. That’s what we’re doing. And we need your help. WOW!
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      • Boob Tube becomes . . .
      • . . . YouTube
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      • MySpace – 1.4 Billion
      • 2. Yahoo – 812 Million
      • YouTube – 649 Million
      • Source: comScore Media Metrix
      Videos Watched – July 2006
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      • There is Hope . . .
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    • www.MediaSite.com
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      • Your Space . . .
      • . . . is MySpace
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    • Making the Internet a safer more and meaningful experience. www.IncredibleInternet.com + =
    • “ You have no privacy. Get over it!” Scott McNealy, Former CEO Sun Microsystems www.aclu.com/pizza Privacy
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    • Making the Internet a safer more and meaningful experience. www.IncredibleInternet.com + =