The Extroverted Reader 2.0

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  • The Extroverted Reader 2.0

    1. 1. The extroverted reader 2.0Mathias Klang @klang67
    2. 2. Sumerian Logographs(c.a 4000bc)
    3. 3. “fndtlvsnvrydctngvrytmsmbdytrnsnthstgntththrrmndrdbk” Phoenician alphabet only consonants (2000 BC).
    4. 4. “ifindtelevisionveryeducatingeverytimesomebodyturnsonthesetigointotheotherroomandreadabook” Greeks added vowels (1000 BC)
    5. 5. “ifindtelevisionveryeducating.everytimesomebodyturnsontheset,igointotheotherroomandreadabook.”Aristophanes’ plays have punctuation (200 BC)
    6. 6. “Ifindtelevisionveryeducating.Everytimesomebodyturnsontheset,Igointotheotherroomandreadabook.” case appears c:a 700 AD Lower
    7. 7. Spaces between appear about 900 AD“I find television very educating. Every timesomebody turns on the set, I go into theother room and read a book.”
    8. 8. The silent voids
    9. 9. An unchangingmillennium
    10. 10. Screens, battery life, weight,1970s Xerox develops e-paper
    11. 11. 1993 2004 2010 1999 2002 2007 2009 2011
    12. 12. Only technology(spot the ethical dilemma?)
    13. 13. Control in digital world Law Contextual &programmed social rules Architecture Control in analogue world
    14. 14. What do we own?
    15. 15. Pushing connectivity
    16. 16. Blogger 1999Google 1999 End of communications monopoly
    17. 17. Social reading
    18. 18. To be social is to share…
    19. 19. The problem withstimuli
    20. 20. Whattechnology wants
    21. 21. Pinch & swipe
    22. 22. if youre not paying for something,youre not the customer; youre theproduct being sold
    23. 23. What do the people who control whatwe can do, think?
    24. 24. Radical Transparency: A manifesto of militant nudists?
    25. 25. A Squirrel Dying InYour Front Yard MayBe More Relevant To Your Interests Right Now Than People Dying In Africa Mark Zuckerberg
    26. 26. The bling factor
    27. 27. “My fear is that these technologies are infantilising the braininto the state of small children who are attracted by buzzing noises and bright lights, who have a small attention span and who live for the moment.”Prof. Susan Greenfield
    28. 28. Back to books:the e-reader
    29. 29. Cloudreading: Readability & Evernote… (&books)
    30. 30. Wonderful!!! But…
    31. 31. Life without serendipity?
    32. 32. The end of Swedish?
    33. 33. What about Book design? Essay: Craig Mod - Hack the Cover http://craigmod.com/journal/hack_the_cover/
    34. 34. Changing the marketplace
    35. 35. More information
    36. 36. User generated content
    37. 37. Personal data & walled gardens
    38. 38. Pricing models & purpose ofcopyright
    39. 39. Alternative marketplaces
    40. 40. Endless personal library
    41. 41. The social reader: can the infinite be shared?
    42. 42. Changing the writer
    43. 43. The Gutenberg Parenthesis
    44. 44. The conservative illusion
    45. 45. Hello to Jason Isaacs"I have never renounced the old ways.” Lucius Malfoy
    46. 46. The Semmelweis reflex
    47. 47. There is no book… there are stillreaders
    48. 48. Culture is inevitable,copyright is not
    49. 49. THANKS!
    50. 50. 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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