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Wikipedia & Dr Faustus: när all världens kunskap blir fri






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Wikipedia & Dr Faustus: när all världens kunskap blir fri Wikipedia & Dr Faustus: när all världens kunskap blir fri Presentation Transcript

  • Wikipedia & Dr Faustus?
    • När all världens kunskap blir fri
  • Imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge.
    • Jimmy Wales
  • Be careful what you wish for 'Cause you just might get it And if you get it then you just might not know What to do wit' it…
    • Eminem
  • ALL kunskap blir FRI
    • as in beer
  • i en värld där information var BRISTVARA
    • Alexandr Solzhenitsyn
  • 3,485,971
  • vad händer nu?
  • OUAGADOUGOU [citation needed]
  • information utan användning
  • Fyra huvudproblem
  • 1. WIKIPEDIA isn't reachable and suddenly nobody knows anything anymore.
  • 2. illusionen av kunskap
  • 3. “EXPERTER”
  • 4. det vi får gratis värderar vi inte
  • I en värld av överflöd behövs mer av allt…
  • Tack…
  • Information: Mathias Klang
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