Expressions in code and freedom                     Mathias Klang @klang67
TiVo-ization of everyday life
Forgotten Revolutions
6000 years ago: someone learnedto read and write
Lets eat grandma   Let’s eat, grandma!Punctuation 200BC
Empty spaces between words are1000 years old
Why get excitedabout Printing?
Digitalization…now that’s cool!
So far,communications codemostly compatible
Add Internet & stir briskly
The open web
Social media
WWW: ‘An endangered species?
Increased activity – ephemeralactivity
Blogger 1999Google 1999               End of communications monopoly
Social media is performance lifestyle
My amazing coffee
Normalizing the abnormal
Walled gardens, information silos &locked clouds
Freedom is useless without accessto underlying code. Without codewe begin to see the "TiVo-ization"of democracy.
Only technology(spot the ethical dilemma?)
The more technology we embed into our lives theless freedom we have. This is not Luddism, butunderstanding how technology ...
The Con: Social media is supportsfreedom & revolution
We teach use but not code.Digital Natives & fear of exclusion
What to do?
Hack society for openness
Be that guy!   (this was my biggest fear)
Tell people what their informationhabits are doing to their lives
Gadgets manipulate lives:but who decides how?
Read ALL your EULA
What does your code do?
THANKS!
Mathias Klang     klang@ituniv.se or @klang67           www.digital-rights.netImage & licensing info in the notes         ...
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  • Expressions in Code and Freedom

    1. 1. Expressions in code and freedom Mathias Klang @klang67
    2. 2. TiVo-ization of everyday life
    3. 3. Forgotten Revolutions
    4. 4. 6000 years ago: someone learnedto read and write
    5. 5. Lets eat grandma Let’s eat, grandma!Punctuation 200BC
    6. 6. Empty spaces between words are1000 years old
    7. 7. Why get excitedabout Printing?
    8. 8. Digitalization…now that’s cool!
    9. 9. So far,communications codemostly compatible
    10. 10. Add Internet & stir briskly
    11. 11. The open web
    12. 12. Social media
    13. 13. WWW: ‘An endangered species?
    14. 14. Increased activity – ephemeralactivity
    15. 15. Blogger 1999Google 1999 End of communications monopoly
    16. 16. Social media is performance lifestyle
    17. 17. My amazing coffee
    18. 18. Normalizing the abnormal
    19. 19. Walled gardens, information silos &locked clouds
    20. 20. Freedom is useless without accessto underlying code. Without codewe begin to see the "TiVo-ization"of democracy.
    21. 21. Only technology(spot the ethical dilemma?)
    22. 22. The more technology we embed into our lives theless freedom we have. This is not Luddism, butunderstanding how technology controls us
    23. 23. The Con: Social media is supportsfreedom & revolution
    24. 24. We teach use but not code.Digital Natives & fear of exclusion
    25. 25. What to do?
    26. 26. Hack society for openness
    27. 27. Be that guy! (this was my biggest fear)
    28. 28. Tell people what their informationhabits are doing to their lives
    29. 29. Gadgets manipulate lives:but who decides how?
    30. 30. Read ALL your EULA
    31. 31. What does your code do?
    32. 32. THANKS!
    33. 33. Mathias Klang klang@ituniv.se or @klang67 www.digital-rights.netImage & licensing info in the notes section of slides. Images at www.flickr.com (or specifically stated). This ppt licensed: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA Download presentation www.slideshare.net/klang
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