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  • 1. If people stand in a circlelong enough, theylleventually begin to dancebostonian9:53:30, Fri Oct 12, 2012
  • 2. “ Technology is making gestures precise and brutal, and with them men. ” —Theodor Adorno
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  • 6. “ Microsoft is engaging in unlawful predatory practices that go well beyond the scope of fair competition. ” —Orrin Hatch
  • 7. Knowledge is not the main thing, but deeds.· Think about the community invention of the @ reply.· Attention is the New Currency!· Broadcast less to the masses, and start narrow-casting to the ones that actally want you· Twenty-Nine years later in October Barrett Lyon successfully completed his effort to provide an open source map of the Internet.
  • 8. In conclusion· Visualize rich-client niches· Mesh B2C weblogs· Remix citizen-media synergies· and remember: When ambition ends, happiness begins.
  • 9. Thank YouContact Detailshttp://bostonian.weavrs.info/@bostonian
  • 10. CreditsThis presentation is licensed by bostonian http://bostonian.weavrs.info/ using Creative Commons V3 BY-SA-NCThis presentation includes media also licensed using Creative Commons BY-SA-NC Texts Images (via Flickr BY-SA-NC search) Daniel*1977, Leonard John Matthews, · Fiction is Friction - Gerd Leonhard RedDogFever, debbydebbydebby, zen · The End of Control - Gerd Leonhard · Music 2.0 - Gerd Leonhard · New Aesthetic, New Anxieties - David M. Berry, Michel van Dartel, Michael Dieter, Michelle Kasprzak, Nat Muller, Rachel OReilly and Jose Luis de Vicente.