Community Is a Crime

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I never used this deck anywhere, and I didn't end up going to Reboot 2006. But the ideas still resonate, and they might be worth sharing.

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  • wow, this is a very long slides, but at least I got to know more about reboot better.

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  • Just so it's clear, while this presentation was originally developed for use at Reboot 2006, I was then unable to participate in the gathering, and I didn't actually present my ideas. Still, I'm proud to be associated with Reboot!
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Community Is a Crime

  1. 1. Heath Row Reboot 2006 | <a| e| we| |.com
  2. 2. From Where This Came New Year’s Eve 2005 They Might Be Giants! Heath’s stunt date Why Heath went home alone
  3. 3. Community Is a Crime Reboot 2006 Heath Row ka| e|@we| |.com
  4. 4. Community Is a Crime (Or: Why Only Outlaws Inhabit the Outlands) Reboot 2006 Heath Row ka| el@well. com
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  6. 6. Some History
  7. 7. Some History 9 People are created
  8. 8. Some History it People are created it People comment on Creation
  9. 9. Some History it People are created 9 People comment on Creation it People comment on the Created
  10. 10. Some History People are created People comment on Creation People comment on the Created People comment on comments of the Created
  11. 11. N The Problem
  12. 12. The Problem 9 Content is created by the Created
  13. 13. The Problem G Content is created by the Created it The Created comment on Content
  14. 14. The Problem is Content is created by the Created 9 The Created comment on Content it Content comments on Creation
  15. 15. The Problem Content is created by the Created The Created comment on Content Content comments on Creation Creation created the Created
  16. 16. Say What?
  17. 17. Say What? What?
  18. 18. Say What? What? What?
  19. 19. Say What? What? What? What?
  20. 20. Say What? What? What? What? What?
  21. 21. Say What? What? What? What? What? What
  22. 22. Weinberger’s Echo
  23. 23. “The entire Internet can start to seem to be nothing but a set of sealed rooms, each constructing—and then confirming—rea| ity out of nothing but proclamations of prejudice and wishes. In echo chambers, the argument has it, the sound of our own voices can drown out fast-changing reality. ” David Weinberger, Salon, Feb. 20, 2004
  24. 24. That quote was taken out of context.
  25. 25. That is my point.
  26. 26. Community Steals
  27. 27. Community Doesn’t Steal W Songs
  28. 28. Community Doesn’t Steal
  29. 29. Community Doesn’t Steal ya ~«‘-, : -%7 1 . t. ’ ’ I . ,.> ‘ STAR WARS : ,2’ 29150132 IVA NEW HOPE N I U Songs 9 Books G Movies
  30. 30. Community Doesn’t Steal 0 Songs as Books ’3 It Movies :1 l I it Ideas
  31. 31. Community Doesn’t Steal 0 Songs 0 Books 0 Movies 0 Ideas 0 Money
  32. 32. Community Does Steal *9 Attention
  33. 33. Community Does Steal *1! Attention it Time
  34. 34. Community Does Steal 0 Attention 0 Time 0 Identity
  35. 35. 0 Attention Community Does Steal 0 Time mu)” 0 Identity ‘. .J«~- i, ,_ . .. ‘r’. ‘.~"". 0 Responsibility J«, ,.tv; ..» . ~i4'
  36. 36. Community Does Steal it Attention it Time is Identity it Responsibility is TheValue of Opinion
  37. 37. Attention
  38. 38. “lnformation is not scarce. We are drowning in information, yet constantly increasing our generation of it. Is there something that flows through cyberspace that is scarce and desirable? There is. It's called attention. ” Michael Goldhaber, Wired, December 1997
  39. 39. Books have been written.
  40. 40. Books have been written. There are statistics.
  41. 41. Books have been written. There are statistics. I don’t have them.
  42. 42. Books have been written. There are statistics. I don’t have them. I don’t care.
  43. 43. Time
  44. 44. “Each of us has only 1,440 minutes to spend today. We really need to think very carefully how we are using each others’ time and attention. ” Bill Jensen, Fast Company, Rea| 'l'ime 2000
  45. 45. I don’t use Linkedln, Linkedln uses me.
  46. 46. I don’t use Linkedln, Linkedln uses me. Production without promotion.
  47. 47. I don’t use Linkedln, Linkedln uses me. Production without promotion. The Kleiner Effect. *
  48. 48. I don’t use Linkedln, Linkedln uses me. Production without promotion. The Kleiner Effect. * * “Confessions of a Ghostwriter"
  49. 49. Identity
  50. 50. “People are certainly less likely to be frank and direct in some contexts when they fear embarrassment or reprisals. This can stifle or even prevent the occurrence of some valuable discussions. Due to stereotyping and preconceived notions of people and groups, the postings of some may be filtered inappropriately in some peoples‘ minds. Online, all that counts is your words—and sometimes that's a good thing. Knowing someone's full name can lead to harassment and intimidation. ” Adam Lasnik, March 24, 2003
  51. 51. "021 (/26 Internet, nobody knows you're a dog. "
  52. 52. Spam.
  53. 53. Spam. Phishing.
  54. 54. Spam. Phishing. Comment spam.
  55. 55. Spam. Phishing. Comment spam. Splogs.
  56. 56. Spam. Phishing. Comment spam. Splogs. Widespread dishonesty.
  57. 57. Responsibility
  58. 58. One Cause The Cluetrain Manifesto, I999:
  59. 59. One Cause The Cluetrain Manifesto, I999: 1. Markets are conversations.
  60. 60. One Cause The Cluetrain Manifesto, I999: 1. Markets are conversations. 6. The Internet is enabling conversations among human beings that were simply not possible in the era of mass media.
  61. 61. One Cause The Cluetrain Manifesto, I999: 1. Markets are conversations. 6. The Internet is enabling conversations among human beings that were Simply not possible in the era of mass media. 39. The community of discourse is the market.
  62. 62. One Cause The Cluetrain Manifesto, I999: 1. Markets are conversations. 6. The Internet is enabling conversations among human beings that were simply not possible in the era of mass media. 39. The community of discourse is the market. 67. As markets, as workers, we wonder why you're not listening.
  63. 63. One Cause The Cluetrain Manifesto, I999: 1. Markets are conversations. 6. The Internet is enabling conversations among human beings that were simply not possible in the era of mass media. 39. The community of discourse is the market. 67. As markets, as workers, we wonder why you're not listening. 73. You're invited, but it's our world. Take your shoes off at the door.
  64. 64. One Cause The Cluetrain Manifesto, I999: 1. Markets are conversations. 6. The Internet is enabling conversations among human beings that were simply not possible in the era of mass media. 39. The community of discourse is the market. 67. As markets, as workers, we wonder why you're not listening. 73. You're invited, but it's our world. Take your shoes off at the door. 91. Our allegiance is to ourselves.
  65. 65. Bear with me here. ..
  66. 66. One Effect When my toaster breaks,
  67. 67. One Effect When my toaster breaks, I don’t contact the toaster maker or a toaster repair shop,
  68. 68. One Effect When my toaster breaks, I don’t contact the toaster maker or a toaster repair shop, I add a post to my blog about how crappy the toaster and toaster maker is.
  69. 69. One Effect When my toaster breaks, I don’t contact the toaster maker or a toaster repair shop, I add a post to my blog about how crappy the toaster and toaster maker is. Then I rally other toast lovers around my toaster woes.
  70. 70. One Effect When my toaster breaks, I don’t contact the toaster maker or a toaster repair shop, I add a post to my blog about how crappy the toaster and toaster maker is. Then I rally other toast lovers around my toaster woes. If my toaster doesn’t get fixed,
  71. 71. One Effect When my toaster breaks, I don’t contact the toaster maker or a toaster repair shop, I add a post to my blog about how crappy the toaster and toaster maker is. Then I rally other toast lovers around my toaster woes. If my toaster doesn’t get fixed, it’s the toaster maker’s fault.
  72. 72. TheValue of Opinion
  73. 73. It Used to Be That Data led to
  74. 74. It Used to Be That Data led to Information led to
  75. 75. It Used to Be That Data led to Information led to Knowledge led to
  76. 76. It Used to Be That Data led to Information led to Knowledge led to Understanding led to
  77. 77. It Used to Be That Data led to Information led to Knowledge led to Understanding led to Wisdom
  78. 78. It Now Seems That Singular experience leads to
  79. 79. It Now Seems That Singular experience leads to Knee-jerk reaction leads to
  80. 80. It Now Seems That Singular experience leads to Knee-jerk reaction leads to Communication with peers leads to
  81. 81. It Now Seems That Singular experience leads to Knee-jerk reaction leads to Communication with peers leads to Widespread misinformation leads to
  82. 82. It Now Seems That Singular experience leads to Knee-jerk reaction leads to Communication with peers leads to Widespread misinformation leads to Popular opinion
  83. 83. Does snark trump fact? Snark (n. ): I. A pejorative style of speech or writing, loosely described as irritable or snidely derisive. 2. A contraction of “snide remark. ”
  84. 84. God, I hope not.
  85. 85. St. Pete r’s Keys Q A~. ". __l - ‘‘ ‘'5. r V ; ~' ‘ A‘ -. ,_¢ "#1 - g ‘ _
  86. 86. Be Special
  87. 87. Be Special Purple Cow and The Big Moo by and edited by Seth Godin How are you remarkable?
  88. 88. Be Special Don’t just link, think.
  89. 89. Be Special Don’t just link, think. The A list is just a list.
  90. 90. Be Special Don’t just link, think. TheA list is just a list. Create original content.
  91. 91. Be Special Don’t just link, think. The A list is just a list. Create original content. (Content trumps comments. )
  92. 92. Be Clear
  93. 93. Be Clear Write tight.
  94. 94. Be Clear Write tight. Edit yourself.
  95. 95. Be Clear Write tight. Edit yourself. Don’t post everything.
  96. 96. Be Clear Write tight. Edit yourself. Don’t post everything. (If you must, have multiple homes. )
  97. 97. Be Real
  98. 98. Be Real No anonymity.
  99. 99. Be Real No anonymity. (Unless absolutely necessary. )
  100. 100. Be like Horton ‘‘I meant what I said, and I said what I meant. ” Horton Hatches the Egg by Dr. Seuss
  101. 101. Be like Horton We are what we do.
  102. 102. Be like Horton We are what we do. If you know me, contact me first.
  103. 103. Be like Horton We are what we do. If you know me, contact me first. Don’t be a passive aggressive customer.
  104. 104. Be like Horton We are what we do. If you know me, Contact me first. Don’t be a passive aggressive customer. If your tree falls and no one hears it, you hold the saw.
  105. 105. Be Nice
  106. 106. Be Nice “As ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them | ikewise. ”—Luke 6:3l
  107. 107. Be Nice “As ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise. ”—Luke 6:3l You know what I mean.
  108. 108. Town Square?
  109. 109. Ghost Town? '. __* . ’ v . . . F, _. 3/ I "'4
  110. 110. We hold the keys.
  111. 111. Heath Row Reboot 2006 kalel we| |.com

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