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From Scarcity to Abundance

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These are the slides for the Feb 1, 2012 class of "The Politics of the Internet," which is being taught at the Harvard Kennedy School by Micah L. Sifry. The slides contain a link to the audio file of …

These are the slides for the Feb 1, 2012 class of "The Politics of the Internet," which is being taught at the Harvard Kennedy School by Micah L. Sifry. The slides contain a link to the audio file of the class lecture and discussion. The main topic is how the shift from scarcity to abundance is disrupting old societal models in favor of new ones.


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  • 1. DPI-665 Politics of the Internet Audio here: http://www.livescribe.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/LDApp.woa/wa/MLSOverviewPage?sid=WFnk8htSxhg1 Professor Micah L. Sifry CC BY-NC-SA February 1, 2012 “ From Scarcity to Abundance”
  • 2. Moore’s Law
    • The number of transistors that can inexpensively be placed on a computer chip will double roughly every 18 to 24 months.
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  • 6. Discussion
    • Who benefits from the scarcity model?
    • Who benefits from the abundance model?