0
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/f...
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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.

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  1. 1. open
  2. 3.
  3. 4.
  4. 5.
  5. 6.
  6. 8. consumption
  7. 9. contribution
  8. 10. open
  9. 11. so what?
  10. 13. cc. Kevin Steele, Flickr
  11. 15. 4% ad revenue decline cc. Kevin Steele, Flickr
  12. 16. $165 billion purchase
  13. 18. cc. Maulleigh, Flickr
  14. 20. 2006 Q1+2 = $8 billion cc. Maulleigh, Flickr
  15. 21. 2007 Q1+2 = $6 billion cc. Maulleigh, Flickr
  16. 22. $25 million estimate
  17. 24. cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
  18. 26. 1990 = $650 million cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
  19. 27. 1996 = $325 million cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
  20. 28. 2006 = hidden / private cc. Stewart Butterfield, Flickr
  21. 29. 2006 = $700k in donations
  22. 30. good?
  23. 31. bad?
  24. 32. deeply different
  25. 34. how?
  26. 35. computers
  27. 36. the internet
  28. 37. ideas!
  29. 39. cc. CTudball, Flickr
  30. 40. cc. Paolo Massa, Flickr
  31. 42. cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
  32. 45. cc. Chrys, Flickr
  33. 47. Imagine a world in which every single person can share freely in the sum of human knowledge.
  34. 48. so what?
  35. 50. cc. Ben Stanfield, Flickr
  36. 51. rip. mix. burn. cc. Ben Stanfield, Flickr
  37. 52. cc. Pierre-Emmanuel Weck
  38. 53. run. improve. copy. cc. Pierre-Emmanuel Weck
  39. 55. run. improve. copy.
  40. 56. rip. mix. burn. run. improve. copy.
  41. 58. cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
  42. 60. industrial information economy cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
  43. 61. networked information economy cc. Joi Ito, Flickr
  44. 62. so what?
  45. 63. work
  46. 64. education
  47. 65. politics
  48. 66. government
  49. 67. social change
  50. 68. philanthropy
  51. 69. contribution
  52. 71. education
  53. 72. education open
  54. 73. cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr n
  55. 74. cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr
  56. 75. cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr
  57. 77. cc. Jason Hundson, Flickr
  58. 78. what
  59. 80. social change
  60. 81. c. Shall Mariya, Flickr
  61. 83. humanity's immune system c. Shall Mariya, Flickr
  62. 84. This movement “...does not depend on its firepower but rather on the quality of its connectedness.”
  63. 86. good news
  64. 87. open
  65. 88. open ideas
  66. 89. bad news
  67. 90. cc. Wally Gobetz, Flickr
  68. 91. cc. gogoninja, Flickr
  69. 92. cc. Lone Primate, Flickr
  70. 93. who?
  71. 94. you
  72. 95. open
  73. 97. pictures by:
  74. 98. podcasts: Yochai Benkler http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail776.html Paul Hawken http://forum.wgbh.org/wgbh/forum.php?lecture_id=3522
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