Social Network Telecommunications

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Social networks are solving the problem of barrier to entry for high cost broadband in Australia with open source solutions that enable them to donate bandwidth to the network and gain a revenue.

Social networks are solving the problem of barrier to entry for high cost broadband in Australia with open source solutions that enable them to donate bandwidth to the network and gain a revenue.

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  • 1. Social Network Telecommunications The Consumer as ISP
  • 2. Today
    • All slides are at http://slideshare.net/SilkCharm
    • Broadband Social Media Yesterday
    • Innovation Social Media Today
    • Peer to Peer Telecommunications Social Networks solving barriers
    • Action Plan Social Network Telecommunications
  • 3. BroadBand
  • 4. Content Video Blog Photo Blog Text Blog Audio/Podcast Blog
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    • Content pre-prepared & created in ISOLATION
    • Content submitted THEN comments/questions
    • NO collaborative video editing
    • Vertical silos of content in response
  • 8. Innovation
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    • 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
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    • Live stream from mobiles (Qik)
    • Multiple streams mixed (Mogulus)
    • Big Brother has left the house and has a mobile phone.
  • 14. 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.
  • 15. “ It’s All Free, Open Source”
  • 16. Except…
  • 17. Peer to Peer Telecomms
  • 18. Home Wifi
  • 19.
    • Would you like to make revenue from this router?
    • would you like free internet access to your mobile cell phone and iPhone while travelling the world ?
    • YES/NO
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  • 23. http://maps.fon.com/
  • 24. http://www.btfon.com
  • 25. British Telecom and FON
    • BT Customer? Flashing FON's software on all BT Total Broadband Wi-Fi routers in the UK.
    • NOT with BT? Use a FON spot router
  • 26. Reselling Utilities
  • 27. A little bandwidth goes a long way “ You might be surprised by how many people can share a handful on Internet connections. “ “ Most Internet users use less than 1% of their personal bandwidth limit, which means hundreds of people can share a few megabits of bandwidth.“
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  • 31. http://icanhazmeraki.net/
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  • 37. http://www.open-mesh.com/
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  • 39. Working Group
    • Examine regulatory issues with the consumer-as-ISP and implications to telecommunications networks
    • Monitor and inform social networks that build low-cost networks and investigate revenue share
    • Research the impact to Australia of widespread volunteer wifi networks .
  • 40. Laurel Papworth
    • Blog: http://silkcharm.blogspot.com
    • Web: http://laurelpapworth.com
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Phone: +61 (0) 432 684992