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My presentation to educators at EDNA for me.edu.au - digital footprint and how profile, identity, reputation and trust works online. Everything you do is your digital footprint. Also how Web 3.0 moves …

My presentation to educators at EDNA for me.edu.au - digital footprint and how profile, identity, reputation and trust works online. Everything you do is your digital footprint. Also how Web 3.0 moves us from locked content to Live content.

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  • Good presentation about education profile very useful and interesting.
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  • This was an interesting address at EdNA, thanks for posting the slides, it has made me think about the online universe in a different way.
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  • 1. Digital Footprint Social Networks
  • 2. Today
    • All slides are at http://slideshare.net/SilkCharm
    • What is Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 ?
    • Innovation and Web 3.0
    • Who Are You? Profile, Identity, Reputation and Trust
  • 3. Early Internet Pre-Web
  • 4. Online Services
    • Compuserve, AOL, Genie, Prodigy, Bulletin Boards, Microsoft Networks (became MSN) (since 1969)
    • Gopher, WAIS, Veronica, ARCHIE, SMTP (eMail), NNTP (Usenet), FTP, IRC (Chat) (since I started in 1989)
  • 5. Read Only Web Web 1.0
  • 6. Flickr: AXB500 Web 1.0 = eyeballs viewing brochure websites
  • 7.  
  • 8. Culturally Relevancy Be Engaged or Risk Becoming Irrelevant to Generation Y.
  • 9. Read/Write Web Web 2.0
  • 10. Web 2.0 = talkers and creators
  • 11.  
  • 12. Content Video Blog Photo Blog Text Blog Audio/Podcast Blog
  • 13.  
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  • 15.
    • Content pre-prepared & created in ISOLATION
    • Content submitted THEN comments/questions
    • NO collaborative video editing
    • Vertical silos of content in response
  • 16.  
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  • 18. Read, Write, Collaborate Live or Web 3.0
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  • 21.
    • Create Videos that are static and locked down content, allowing others to comment post- production
    • One Producer, working in isolation, not online
    • Mix Videos In Real-Time To Create Your Own Live Broadcast
    • Multiple Producers, Multiple Locations, One Channel
  • 22.  
  • 23.
    • Live stream from mobiles (Qik)
    • Multiple streams mixed (Mogulus)
    • Big Brother has left the house and has a mobile phone.
  • 24. Live Content
    • Personal events – weddings, christenings for absentee friends and family.
    • Sports events – strangers filming live events, others mixing at Mogulus.
    • Educational events and workshops… and conferences like this one.
  • 25. Who Are We Online?
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