"Open Source and the Evolution of Communication" by Zak Greant @ eLiberatica 2007

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This is a presentation held at eLiberatica 2007.

http://www.eliberatica.ro/2007/

One of the biggest events of its kind in Eastern Europe, eLiberatica brings community leaders from around the world to discuss about the hottest topics in FLOSS movement, demonstrating the advantages of adopting, using and developing Open Source and Free Software solutions.

The eLiberatica organizational committee together with our speakers and guests, have graciously allowed media representatives and all attendees to photograph, videotape and otherwise record their sessions, on the condition that the photos, videos and recordings are licensed under the Creative Commons Share-Alike 3.0 License.

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"Open Source and the Evolution of Communication" by Zak Greant @ eLiberatica 2007

  1. 1. Free Software, OpenSource and the Evolution of Communication
  2. 2. Two Parts
  3. 3. Part I: DefiningFree Software & Open Source
  4. 4. Free Software = Open Source
  5. 5. Open Source =Free Software
  6. 6. Software that
  7. 7. everyone
  8. 8. has the freedom to
  9. 9. run
  10. 10. study
  11. 11. copy
  12. 12. modify &
  13. 13. share.
  14. 14. The Three BigCommunication Revolutions
  15. 15. Human Language
  16. 16. LanguageTransforms Us
  17. 17. The Profound Tool
  18. 18. Programs (akaLanguage for Machines)
  19. 19. LanguageTransforms Machines
  20. 20. The Jacquard Loom
  21. 21. Punch Cards and Paisley
  22. 22. General Purpose Computers
  23. 23. MachinesTransform Us
  24. 24. Programs AreRunnable Versions of Human Skills
  25. 25. The Internet
  26. 26. The GreatObsoleter
  27. 27. The Net AllowsBroadcast of Skills
  28. 28. Where are we now?
  29. 29. Thanks!
  30. 30. • Thanks to Jon Sullivan for dedicatingthe nice ladybug photo to the publicdomain (Image sourced from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ladybird.jpg)• Thanks to George H. Williams fordedicating his photos of the Jacquardloom to the public domain (Imagessourced from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Jacquard.loom.full.view.jpgand http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Jacquard.loom.cards.jpg)

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