How social media broke the internet

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How social media broke the internet

  1. 1. How social media broke the internetBEST.eu.org Leuven regional meeting, 4 April 2013
  2. 2. Hi, I’m Clo Willaerts
  3. 3. My blogs:bnox.be & conversity.be/blog
  4. 4. @bnox
  5. 5. Engineers
  6. 6. 8 problems for you
  7. 7. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  8. 8. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  9. 9. http
  10. 10. Longform
  11. 11. Search engines
  12. 12. Shortform
  13. 13. The Wayback Machine
  14. 14. Network effect
  15. 15. Text: the problemDo we want the internet to be the archive of popular culture of end 20th, beginning of 21st C?
  16. 16. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  17. 17. First image on the web, 1992
  18. 18. Bandwidth
  19. 19. YouTube
  20. 20. Pinterest
  21. 21. Cinemagraphs
  22. 22. Vine
  23. 23. Earth Pics
  24. 24. Social objects
  25. 25. Internet memes
  26. 26. Facebook candy
  27. 27. Social proof
  28. 28. Images & video: the problemHow do we avoid the fragmentation of digital content into (cat) memes?
  29. 29. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  30. 30. E-commerce
  31. 31. Phishing and scams
  32. 32. AirBnB
  33. 33. trust: the problemHow can we quantify trust in a digital space?
  34. 34. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  35. 35. Self publishing
  36. 36. Citizen journalism
  37. 37. Fan art
  38. 38. Peer recommendations
  39. 39. Amazon recommendations
  40. 40. Negative bias
  41. 41. Streisand effect
  42. 42. Yelp horror stories
  43. 43. Empowered consumers
  44. 44. Some of them are influential
  45. 45. user media: the problemHow can we restore the balance disturbed by negative bias?
  46. 46. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  47. 47. Cluetrain, 1999
  48. 48. Listening and monitoring
  49. 49. What about negative comments?http://www.globalnerdy.com/2008/12/30/the-air-forces-rules-of- engagement-for-blogging/
  50. 50. Trolls
  51. 51. Responding: service level?
  52. 52. Crisis communication
  53. 53. public conversations: the problemHow can we change the status and/or life span of public conversations?
  54. 54. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  55. 55. Clo?
  56. 56. Offline identity: Seven of Nine
  57. 57. Offline identity: Orlan
  58. 58. Online identity
  59. 59. Avatars and nicknamesSecond Life: Babynox Willis
  60. 60. Avatars and nicknamesRobbie Cooper: Alter Ego
  61. 61. Avatars and nicknamesRobbie Cooper: Alter Ego
  62. 62. The Nym Wars:PostSecrets iPhone app
  63. 63. ASL?
  64. 64. About.me
  65. 65. Identity platforms:Facebook vs Salman Rushdie
  66. 66. Identity platforms:Opensource Obscure vs Google+
  67. 67. Identity platforms:Gotye “Im not dead”
  68. 68. Identification through preferences: Hunch.com
  69. 69. Identification through behaviour: Orbitz vs Mac users
  70. 70. On = off
  71. 71. Christopher "moot" Poole:The case for anonymity online
  72. 72. What is revealed about you: http://www.datadealer.net
  73. 73. Profiling
  74. 74. identity: the problemWhere and how do you want to host your identity?
  75. 75. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  76. 76. Kevin Colvin vs Facebook
  77. 77. Kevin Colvin vs Facebook
  78. 78. Google: Me on the Webhttp://www.google.com/goodtoknow/manage-data/me-on-the-web/
  79. 79. Online reputation: glassdoor.com
  80. 80. Online reputation management reputationchanger.org
  81. 81. Apple Labor Scandal
  82. 82. You are what you share
  83. 83. reputation: the problemHow can we manage our (online) reputation?
  84. 84. textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  85. 85. Privacy
  86. 86. Josh Harris: We Live In Public (2009)
  87. 87. Adam Harvey:cvdazzle.com
  88. 88. Malte Spitz vs cell phone datahttp://www.zeit.de/datenschutz/malte-spitz-data-retention/
  89. 89. Google Streetview
  90. 90. Facebook Privacy Settings: TakeThisLollipop.com
  91. 91. Life stage = sales lead
  92. 92. Oversharing@NeedADebitCard
  93. 93. Panopticon & Little Brothers
  94. 94. Peopleofwalmart.com
  95. 95. More shaming
  96. 96. privacy: the problemHow can we stop the Little Brothers?
  97. 97. Conclusion?textimages & videotrustuser mediapublic conversationsidentityreputationprivacy
  98. 98. Thank you very much! This presentation:http://www.slideshare.net/bnox

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