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  • 1. jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 2. 400 000 bc.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 3. mankind takes its first step towards the civilization by discovering fire.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 5. a new revolution a new age is comingjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 7. from institution to person culture to.... person to person culturejeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 9. collaborative culturejeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 10. Collaborative culture challenge Todays info-sphere facilitates quick and easy exchange of information. Through the free Internet-based digital infrastructure, new communities are forming and growing whose aim is to seek innovation in the process of knowledge building, exchanging, reassembling and delivering. The tools of creation and the means of distribution are becoming more affordable, continuously expanding the range of creators and users.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 11. Collaborative culture challenge Yet, not everyone is happy with this. A coalition of large conservative media conglomerates calls for Draconian measures to stop this free flow of information. New restrictive technologies and new oppressive laws are being developed right now, in an attempt to create scarcity out of the digital abundance. But nothing can stop it !jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 13. internetjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 14. wwwjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 15. www. The History of Web Development Beginning at CERN (Centre Européen de Recherche Nucléaire). A tool was needed to enable collaboration between physicists and other researchers in the high energy physics community. Tim Berners-Lee* and others brought together the technologies needed to be able to share documents using Web browsers in a multi-platform environment which evolved from those humble beginnings into the World Wide Web as we know it today. *Tim Berners-Lee is credited with having created the World Wide Web while he was a researcher at the CERN, in Geneva, Switzerland.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 16. www. Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal called HyperText and CERN. Three new technologies were incorporated into his proposal. Briefly, they were HTML (HyperText Markup Language) used to write the web documents, HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) to transmit the pages, and a web browser client software program to receive and interpret data and display results. A line-mode user interface (named at CERN, the world wide web or www) was completed in late 1989. May 1991 was the first time that the information-sharing system using HTML, HTTP, and a client software program (www) was fully operational on the multiplatform computer network at the CERN laboratories in Switzerland.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 19. OPEN SHARE PEERjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 20. open sourcejeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 21. open source Open source is a set of principles and practices that promote access to the design and production of goods and knowledge. The term is most commonly applied to the source code of software that is available to the general public with relaxed or non-existent intellectual property restrictions.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 22. open source Open source software is computer software which source code is available under a license (or arrangement such as the public domain) that meets the Open source definition. This permits users to use, change, and improve the software, and to redistribute it in modified or unmodified form. It is often developed in a public, collaborative manner. Open Source software is the most prominent example of open source development and often compared to user generated content.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 24. Linux is a Unix-like computer operating system. Linux is one of the most prominent examples of free software and open source development; its underlying source code can be freely modified, used, and redistributed by anyone. Apache for a Linux system is the most widely used HTTP server in the world today. It surpasses all free and commercial competitors on the market.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 25. UGCjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 26. UGC User generated content (UGC), also known as Consumer Generated Media (CGM) or User created Content (UCC) , refers to various kinds of media content, publicly available, that are produced by end-users. The term entered mainstream usage during 2005, it reflects the expansion of media production through new technologies that are accessible and affordable to the general public.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 27. UGC These include digital video, blogging, podcasting, news, gossip, research, mobile phone photography and wikis. In addition to these technologies, user generated content may also employ a combination of open source, free software, and flexible licensing or related agreements to further diminish the barriers to collaboration, skill-building and discovery.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 29. youtube YouTube is a video sharing website where users can upload, view and share video clips. YouTube was created in mid February 2005 by three former PayPal employees. YouTube service uses Adobe Flash technology to display a wide variety of video content, including movie clips, TV clips and music videos, as well as amateur content such as video-blogging and short original videos. In October 2006, Google Inc. announced that it had reached a deal to acquire the company for US$1.65 billion in Google stock.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 30. youtube Unregistered users can watch most videos on the site, while registered users are permitted to upload an unlimited number of videos. Some videos are available only to users of age 18 or older (e.g. videos containing potentially offensive content, although pornography is disallowed to be uploaded). Related videos, determined by title and tags, appear onscreen to the right of a given video. In YouTubes second year, functions were added to enhance user ability to post video responses and subscribe to content feeds.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 34. wikijeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 35. wiki A wiki is computer software that allows users to easily edit, create, and link web pages online. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites, power community websites, and are increasingly being installed by businesses to provide affordable and effective Intranets or for use in Knowledge Management. Ward Cunningham, developer of the first wiki, WikiWikiWeb, originally described it as "the simplest online database that could possibly work".jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 37. wiki It was named by Cunningham, who remembered a Honolulu International Airport counter employee telling him to take the so-called "Wiki Wiki" Chance RT-52 shuttle bus line that runs between the airports terminals. According to Cunningham, "I chose wiki-wiki as an alliterative substitute for quick and thereby avoided naming this stuff quick- web."Wiki Wiki is a reduplication of wiki, a Hawaiian-language word for fast. The word "wiki" (/wiːkiː wiːkiː/) is a shorter form of wiki wiki. One of the best-known wikis is Wikipediajeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 43. MySpace is a social networking website offering an interactive, user- submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music and videos internationally. According to Alexa Internet, MySpace is currently the worlds sixth most popular English-language website and the sixth most popular website in any language,[2] and the third most popular website in the United States, though it has topped the chart on various weeks. The service has gradually gained more popularity than similar websites to achieve nearly 80% of visits to online social networking websites. It has become an increasingly influential part of contemporary popular culture, especially in English speaking countriesjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 44. MySpace profiles for musicians are different from normal profiles in that artists are allowed to upload up to four MP3 songs. Though recently MySpace has promoted the ability to add up to five songs, instead of four by artists adding a company to their friends list. The uploader must have rights to use the songs (e.g their own work, permission granted, etc). Unsigned musicians can use MySpace to post and sell music, which has proven popular among MySpace users.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 47. The Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative work available for others legally to build upon and share. The organization has released several copyright licenses known as Creative Commons licenses. These licenses, depending on the one chosen, restrict only certain rights (or none) of the work.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 48. The Creative Commons licenses enable copyright holders to grant some or all of their rights to the public while retaining others through a variety of licensing and contract schemes including dedication to the public domain or open content licensing terms. The intention is to avoid the problems current copyright laws create for the sharing of information.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 49. All these efforts, and more, are done to counter the effects of what Creative Commons considers to be a dominant and increasingly restrictive permission culture. In the words of Lawrence Lessig, founder of Creative Commons and former Chairman of the Board, it is "a culture in which creators get to create only with the permission of the powerful, or of creators from the past". Lessig maintains that modern culture is dominated by traditional content distributors in order to maintain and strengthen their monopolies on cultural products such as popular music and popular cinema, and that Creative Commons can provide alternatives to these restrictions.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 50. Creative common licences Creators choose a set of conditions they wish to apply to their work.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 51. b Attribution. You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work — and derivative works based upon it — but only if they give credit the way you request. Noncommercial. You let others copy, distribute, display, and n perform your work — and derivative works based upon it — but for noncommercial purposes only. No Derivative Works. You let others copy, distribute, display, and d perform only verbatim copies of your work, not derivative works based upon it. a Share Alike. You allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs your work.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 61. the modern dinosaurs are facing new problems and new situation with old habits and old tools .jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 62. Files sharing is not a problem, it is an opportunityjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 63. a chinese proverb says.... when the wind of change is blowing some peoples are building walls and others are building windmills....jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 65. music in the front linejeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 66. the end of dinosaursjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 67. The day the music industry died A survey by Student Monitor from last year found that more than half of college students download music and movies illegally. According to market research firm NPD, college students alone accounted for more than 1.3 billion “illegal” music downloads in 2006jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 68. The day the music industry died The established business model worked in an analog world because recording wasn’t accessible to everybody and it was expensive. In today’s digital world, artists have at their disposal affordable professional recording tools and the Internet, which provides marketing, sales, and distribution. Indie bands and unsigned artists record their music and make it available on the Internet in hopes it will find an audience willing to support it.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 69. The day the music industry died Is the music industry ready for this change. Not sure they see it coming, as they’ve taken steps to deal with the changing marketplace by selling digital downloads and ringtones on one hand and suing their file sharing customers on the other. But we could wonder if a record exec has ever seriously thought, “What if nobody will buy albums anymore? What if the album goes extinct?” The record industry is a dinosaur, corrupt, greedy, and above all, slow to change. They’ve already been caught flat footed by the digital music revolution. For their sake, let’s hope they are looking a little farther into the future.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 70. Collaborative culture One tactic used by bands today is to make that music free. The hope is that loyal fans will pay for premium releases, attend concerts and buy merchandise. The fans are also acting as de-facto marketers because they spread through word-of-mouth their interest in the band to friends and acquaintances.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 71. Collaborative culture Recently, Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Prince and Madonna decided to give away their music to fans. These artists arguably understand the record business better than anyone and they’ve collectively decided that the album isn’t for making money anymore. This isn’t an isolated incident. This is a trend.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 73. Nine Inch Nails Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails urged fans to steal his albums, saying, “If I could do what I want right now, I would put out my next album, you could download it from my site at as high a bit-rate as you want.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 79. Planet Earth by Prince The new album Planet Earth by Prince have been launched as a free CD with a national Sunday newspaper in uk. The Mail on Sunday was available on july 16 with an "imminent" edition, making it the first place in the world to get the album. Planet Earth will go on sale on July 24. Prince said: "Its all about giving music for the masses and he believes in spreading the music he produces to as many people as possible." "Its directing marketing as well, and I dont have to be in the speculation business of the record industry."jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 88. Open culture Recently, Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Prince and Madonna decided to give away their music to fans. These artists arguably understand the record business better than anyone and they’ve collectively decided that the album isn’t for making money anymore. This isn’t an isolated incident. This is a trend.jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 90. ...plant a seedjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 91. ...and nuture throughjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 92. ...collaborationjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 94. ...and so it begins... the 1st contribution... Well. this is the start of what we hope will culiminate into an eye popping design. I dont want to put words in their month, but I believe (Keystone and Rez Menoptra, among others) were basically sketching in 3-dimensions to establish the possible envelope of the building. But dont take it from me.well let them tell you what they were thinking. I just wanted to post their first christening contribution. jeudi, 13 octobre 2011
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  • 96. real designers have the finger on the pulse of the societyjeudi, 13 octobre 2011
  • 97. this is the real beginning of design and the end of designers....jeudi, 13 octobre 2011

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