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The talk I gave at Edge of the Web in Perth.

The talk I gave at Edge of the Web in Perth.

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    • Breeding success through openness Chris Messina November 6, 2008 Edge of the Web Perth, Western Australia
    • @factoryjoe #eotw
    • “Low hills closed in on either side as the train eventually crawled on to high, tabletop grasslands creased with snow. Birds flew at window level. I could see lakes of an unreal cobalt blue to the north. The train pulled into a sprawling rail yard: the Kazakh side of the Kazakhstan- China border. . . .
    • “Workers unhitched the cars, lifted them, one by one, ten feet high with giant jacks, and replaced the wide-gauge Russian undercarriages with narrower ones for the Chinese tracks. Russian gauges, still in use throughout the former Soviet Union, are wider than the world standard. The idea was to the prevent invaders from entering Russia by train. The changeover took hours.” — Robert D. Kaplan, The Ends of the Earth
    • “Open is the new Black.” — Marc Canter Taking advantage of open for proprietary purposes
    • What is “open”?
    • On-demand Personal Engaging Networked
    • What is “openness”?
    • Chris’ Characteristics of “Openness” • atomic • transparent • rhizomatic • organic • evolutionary
    • The Rules of BarCamp • You do talk about BarCamp. • You do blog about BarCamp. • If you want to present, you must write your topic and name in a presentation slot. • Only three word intros. • As many presentations at a time as facilities allow for. • No pre-scheduled presentations, no tourists. • Presentations will go on as long as they have to or until they run into another presentation slot. • If this is your first time at BarCamp, you have to present.*
    • Photo by the Ryan King. Shared under Creative Commons.
    • Source: University of Winnipeg
    • CM
    • Source: Coworking on Coding in Paradise
    • Photo by Chris Messina
    • coworking.pbwiki.com
    • paved cowpaths of microformats Source: Paul Downey. Shared under Creative Commons.
    • <a href=“http://factoryjoe.com” >My site</a> <a href=“http://brynnevans.com” >Brynn</a>
    • <a href=“http://factoryjoe.com” rel=“me”>My site</a> <a href=“http://brynnevans.com” rel=“friend met sweetheart”>Brynn</a>
    • • hCard • hCalendar • hAtom • XFN • hResume • hReview • hRecipe • XOXO • rel-license • rel-tag
    • Photo by Tantek Çelik. Shared under Creative Commons.
    • #eotw
    • Twitter circa July 2006.
    • DiSo Project & the Open Stack
    • Ingredients •activities •contacts, relationships & identity •services •permissions & privacy •groups/groupings •messaging & notifications
    • Technologies ...++
    • The Open Stack Credit: Joseph Smarr
    • Google vs Facebook
    • Openwashing!
    • ...Characteristics • atomic • transparent • rhizomatic • organic • evolutionary
    • WWW Foundation
    • Open Web Foundation
    • One Final Thought
    • Photo by the Charlie Brewer. Shared under Creative Commons.
    • Source: NASA and STScI
    • Source: NASA and STScI
    • Source: NASA and STScI
    • Published by the Boston Globe. Courtesy SOHO/EIT consortium.
    • Source: moby.com
    • Photo by the Erik Natzke. Used without permission.
    • fin. me -› factoryjoe.com