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Mark Surman talk at OSCON 2009 about rallying millions of people to love, protect and steward the open web. (keynote)

Mark Surman talk at OSCON 2009 about rallying millions of people to love, protect and steward the open web. (keynote)

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  • 1. rallying millions of people to love, protect and steward the open web
  • 2. mark surman
  • 3. mark surman mozilla
  • 4. mark surman mozilla
  • 5. mark surman mozilla
  • 6. title: what’s next for open? rallying millions of people to love, protect and steward the open web
  • 7. steward the open web love, protect and Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY.
  • 8. steward the open web love, protect and Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY.
  • 9. steward the open web love, protect and Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY.
  • 10. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. “We must use the generativity of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  • 11. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. “We must use the generativity of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  • 12. my point:
  • 13. my point: the people in this room create cool, world changing technology
  • 14. my point: but technology may not be enough to preserve the web we’ve built
  • 15. my point: we need millions more people to love, protect and steward the web
  • 16. point #1 the people in this room create cool, world changing technology
  • 17. the web we love
  • 18. the web we love
  • 19. the web we love
  • 20. the web we love
  • 21. the web we love this made you
  • 22. point #2 but technology may not be enough to preserve the web we’ve built
  • 23. point #2 but technology may not be enough to preserve the web we’ve built
  • 24. the web is healthy now
  • 25. the web is healthy now but likely many threats and struggles ahead
  • 26. network throttled, sliced up
  • 27. mobile web still thinks like a phone
  • 28. web video looks like plain old TV
  • 29. identity and data locked up in silos
  • 30. security + privacy fail = web lockdown
  • 31. security + privacy fail = web lockdown seatbelt moment:
  • 32. security + privacy fail = web lockdown seatbelt moment: we have the technology
  • 33. security + privacy fail = web lockdown seatbelt moment: we have the technology more people need to care, and act
  • 34. will we have an open web 100 years?
  • 35. point 3 we need millions more people to love, protect and steward the web
  • 36. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. love, protect and steward the open web “We must use the generativity of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  • 37. how?
  • 38. how? we don’t fully know yet,
  • 39. how? we don’t fully know yet, but we have some ideas
  • 40. idea explain open
  • 41. idea explain open, simply
  • 42. idea explain open, simply and then get a million more people to do the same
  • 43. idea focus on what matters
  • 44. idea focus on what matters drill down to concrete solutions to the biggest threats and problems
  • 45. idea encourage people to act
  • 46. idea encourage people to act concrete things people can do to make the web better. starts w/ one web day.
  • 47. idea encourage people to act concrete things people can do to make the web better. starts w/ one web day.
  • 48. who should do this?
  • 49. who should do this?
  • 50. who should do this?
  • 51. who should do this?
  • 52. first step:
  • 53. first step: open your calendar
  • 54. first step: open your calendar add: one web day -> september 22, 2009
  • 55. first step: open your calendar add: one web day -> september 22, 2009 explain open. have a conversation. act.
  • 56. takeaway:
  • 57. takeaway: we need millions more people to love, protect and steward the web
  • 58. takeaway: we need millions more people to love, protect and steward the web we can make this happen
  • 59. we will have an open web 100 years! we can make this happen
  • 60. we will have an open web 100 years! thanks