How wide a world?
          How wide a web?




Ethan Zuckerman (@ethanz)
   TED Global - July 14,2010
Brazil vs. North Korea
Johannesburg, June 15, 2010
Carlos Eduardo dos Santos Galvão Bueno
cc flickr photo by rubin 110
8.3%                                             21m
                                  17.7%       16m
               5m
 ...
Fernanda Viégas
     Martin Wattenberg
Flowing Media - hint.fm
image from
wikimedia commons
visualization of global air routes
by “a trotskyite”, 2009. CC-attribution
visualization by Zurich University of Applied Sciences
               using data from Flightstats.com, 2008
international news as percentage of american TV newscast
  35% in 1970s                         12% in 2000s
New York Times media attention, week of 6/28/10
99.9%

                                                                                 93.9%

                           ...
French Pavilion at Epcot Center, Orlando, Florida
imaginary cosmopolitanism         cc flickr photo by Samantha Decker
cc flickr photo by winkyintheuk
cc flickr photo by caribbeanfreephoto
cc flickr photo by Thierry Andriamirado


raising voices
routinizing translation
search   social
cc Flickr photo by James@NZ
cc Flickr photo by Joi Ito
serendipity   cc Flickr photo by Merlijn Hoek
cc Flickr photo by
  Erik Hersman
bridge figures
xenophiles
raise voices
  go beyond babel
engineer serendipity
    build bridges
cultivate xenophiles
        rewire
                ...
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  1. 1. How wide a world? How wide a web? Ethan Zuckerman (@ethanz) TED Global - July 14,2010
  2. 2. Brazil vs. North Korea Johannesburg, June 15, 2010
  3. 3. Carlos Eduardo dos Santos Galvão Bueno
  4. 4. cc flickr photo by rubin 110
  5. 5. 8.3% 21m 17.7% 16m 5m 11% 5m 8.4% 3.8m 7.5% 2.8m 4.7% 2.4m 6.8% 1.9m 4.8% monthly unique visitors 1.5m % of internet users who use twitter 0.9% 1.2m 2.7% data from Google ad planner, June 2010
  6. 6. Fernanda Viégas Martin Wattenberg Flowing Media - hint.fm
  7. 7. image from wikimedia commons
  8. 8. visualization of global air routes by “a trotskyite”, 2009. CC-attribution
  9. 9. visualization by Zurich University of Applied Sciences using data from Flightstats.com, 2008
  10. 10. international news as percentage of american TV newscast 35% in 1970s 12% in 2000s
  11. 11. New York Times media attention, week of 6/28/10
  12. 12. 99.9% 93.9% 98.0% 93.6% 99.1% 98.7% 95.4% 97.0% 98.0% 98.8% Percent of news page views from domestic sites, Google Ad Planner data, 6/2010
  13. 13. French Pavilion at Epcot Center, Orlando, Florida imaginary cosmopolitanism cc flickr photo by Samantha Decker
  14. 14. cc flickr photo by winkyintheuk
  15. 15. cc flickr photo by caribbeanfreephoto
  16. 16. cc flickr photo by Thierry Andriamirado raising voices
  17. 17. routinizing translation
  18. 18. search social
  19. 19. cc Flickr photo by James@NZ
  20. 20. cc Flickr photo by Joi Ito
  21. 21. serendipity cc Flickr photo by Merlijn Hoek
  22. 22. cc Flickr photo by Erik Hersman
  23. 23. bridge figures
  24. 24. xenophiles
  25. 25. raise voices go beyond babel engineer serendipity build bridges cultivate xenophiles rewire cc flickr photo by xeni jardin
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