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A presentation on the meaning of 'open', what the Internet has taught us and how it applies to the rest of human life.

A presentation on the meaning of 'open', what the Internet has taught us and how it applies to the rest of human life.

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    • open
    •  
    •  
    • consumption
    • contribution
    • open
    • so what?
    •  
    • cc. Kevin Steele, Flickr
    •  
    • 4% ad revenue decline cc. Kevin Steele, Flickr
    • $165 billion purchase
    •  
    • cc. Maulleigh, Flickr
    •  
    • 2006 Q1+2 = $8 billion cc. Maulleigh, Flickr
    • 2007 Q1+2 = $6 billion cc. Maulleigh, Flickr
    • $25 million estimate
    •  
    • cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
    •  
    • 1990 = $650 million cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
    • 1996 = $325 million cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
    • 2006 = hidden / private cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
    • 2006 = $700k in donations
    • good?
    • bad?
    • deeply different
    •  
    • how?
    • computers
    • the internet
    • ideas!
    •  
    • cc. CTudball, Flickr
    • cc. Paolo Massa, Flickr
    •  
    • cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
    •  
    •  
    • cc. Chrys, Flickr
    •  
    • Imagine a world in which every single person can share freely in the sum of human knowledge.
    • so what?
    •  
    • cc. Ben Stanfield, Flickr
    • rip. mix. burn. cc. Ben Stanfield, Flickr
    • cc. Pierre-Emmanuel Weck
    • run. improve. copy. cc. Pierre-Emmanuel Weck
    •  
    • run. improve. copy.
    • rip. mix. burn. run. improve. copy.
    •  
    • cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
    •  
    • industrial information economy cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
    • networked information economy cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
    • so what?
    • work
    • education
    • politics
    • government
    • social change
    • philanthropy
    • contribution
    •  
    • education
    • education open
    • cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr n
    • cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr
    • cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr
    •  
    • cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr
    • what
    •  
    • social change
    • c. Shall Mariya, Flickr
    •  
    • humanity's immune system c. Shall Mariya, Flickr
    • This movement “...does not depend on its firepower but rather on the quality of its connectedness.”
    •  
    • good news
    • open
    • open ideas
    • bad news
    • cc. Wally Gobetz, Flickr
    • cc. gogoninja, Flickr
    • cc. Lone Primate, Flickr
    • who?
    • you
    • open
    •  
    • pictures by:
    • podcasts: Yochai Benkler http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail776.html Paul Hawken http://forum.wgbh.org/wgbh/forum.php?lecture_id=3522