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More from course on Twitter and Democracy led by Mark Trahant

More from course on Twitter and Democracy led by Mark Trahant

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  • 1. Twitter Democracy A changing news media in 140 characters
  • 2. Newscheck • Magazine readers are aging. • Autopsy. • The NYT’s new editor • Facebook’s new partners & in Iran • And from Rome • USA-Tube • What’s important on the road? • Twitter conference, du jour.
  • 3. Private thoughts • Thinking Twitter. • Open brain. Literally. Or your body? • Even after you die. • Cameras, cameras, cameras. • Does open architecture include class? • We’ll follow you ... and you.
  • 4. Shhh, more secrets • Trust us, we’re from the government. • Government’s cybersecurity czar. Audio. • Using social media as a political force.
  • 5. Phillyberg I get more notices about my Itunes acct than I do about how my data is used by gov't. Not fair. • Defining privacy, mine. • Or if it’s mine, hit delete. • Online, but public?
  • 6. Data in the clouds • Cloud computing changes the rules. • A founder’s view.
  • 7. Fair use, new rules • The remix culture. • Death of copyright. • Music, TV, etc., looking for help. • A speaker disruption?
  • 8. Something fun Your Tweets, visually. A social media poll.
  • 9. Follow up dissent • Banned for dissent? • Other voices, seeking dissent from those who might not say a word.
  • 10. Future views • Ellen Hume at MIT Museum.