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How to gain karma

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The world is evolving. …

The world is evolving.
Certain things happened in the 19th and 20th century that were very important and useful for that time frame.
Now we are in the 21th century, and, thanks to new technologies like the internet, things are changing.
But, what exactly is changing, and how can I be a part of it?

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  • 1. How to gain karma Welcome to the 21 th century Bert Desmet PRESENTED BY: Fedora Ambassador, FS (h)acktivist, etc This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
  • 2. Who is that guy?
    • Bert Desmet
    • 3. 22 years old
    • 4. Fedora all round contributor
    • 5. Co organizer Loadays.org
    • 6. Devnox
  • 7. Today's Topics
    • Yesterday is history
    • 8. Tomorrow is a mystery
    • 9. Today is a gift
    • 10. There is no free lunch
  • 11. Yesterday is history
  • 12. The good old days..
    • No means to fast reproduce things
    • 13. No need for copyright
    • 14. People were creative
  • 17. Mass production
    • 'cheap' to produce mass media
      • Privileges for printers
    • From 17 th century
      • Privileges for authors
      • 18. Copyright
        • 14 years
  • 19. Change is dangerous
    • Especially for companies
  • 20. Tomorrow is a mystery
  • 21. Sharing is caring
    • Creative commons
    • Open Source licenses
  • 24. Business model
    • Online shops
    • 25. Viral marketing
    • 26. Pay what you want
      • Money is for artist and marketing
      • 27. Not for big bonuses
  • 28. Today is a gift
  • 29. Open what?
  • 30. Open what?
  • 31. Free what?
  • 32. Everything is possible
    • Things are cheap now
      • Free as in beer software
      • 33. Cheap hardware
    • Easy to share
      • Wild Wild Web
  • 34. Question!
    • Do you think that I steal stuff if I want to sell a book which has for the most part just edited text ('improved') of your book?
  • 35. Be awesome
  • 39. On Communities Contributors (5%) Participants (15%) Consumers (80%) SEEK SHARE PARTICIPATE
  • 40. On communities Future User Pool Future User Pool User Pool influence
  • 41. Incentives
    • People want to be challenged
    • 42. 49% of people want
      • Creativity and innovation
      • 43. Not stability and security
    * http://www.vkbanen.nl/banen/artikel/Starter-wenst-afwisseling/101389.html
  • 44. There is no free lunch
  • 45. Do stuff
    • And get stuff in return
      • T shirts (10 euro)
      • 46. Hardware (50 to 1000 euro)
      • 47. Travel to conferences (100 to 1000euro)
      • 48. New friends (priceless)
      • 49. Knowledge (priceless)
  • 50. So what?
    • The future is in our hands
    • 51. Help make it happen
      • The future will happen anyway
  • 52. Disclaimer
    • I am a hippie.
  • 53. Sources
    • Cartoons: Nina Paley (CC by-sa)
    • 54. Group Picture: Máirín Duffy
    • 55. 'Video killed the radio star' http://www.siliconcloud.com/blog/bid/60601/Video-killed-the-radio-star-and-now-is-after-your-website
    • 56. Special thanks to:
      • Paul Frields
      • 57. Jeroen van Meeuwen
      • 58. Pieter Colpaert
  • 59. Questions? [email_address] Twatter: @biertie Identica: @bdesmet CONTACT: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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