03/29/2010 - ENSEIRB-MATMECA




         The Real-Time Web
Heading to instant information...
Introduction
The Revolution
    « Simple Online Publishing Technology 
    Has Revolutionized How Information 
   Spreads ...
The 3 phases of Web
evolution
1997 - 2001
The Publishing Web

  ✔ Media Websites
  ✔ Homepages
  ✔ Corporate Websites


→ Unilateral information
2001 - 2007
The Social Web

  ✔ Social Media (Facebook,
  Myspace, ...)
  ✔ Blogs, wikis


→ Many to many conversation
2007 - Now
The Real-Time Web
  ✔ Conversational Medias (Twitter,
  Facebook status, Jaiku, Identi.ca,
  etc...)
  ✔ Mobile...
Definition
Whatizit ?
The Real-Time Web...
     « ...also called « Instant Web » is a set of 
   technologies  and  practices  which ...
Whatizit ?
The Real-Time Web...
 ✔ « If you don't come to the information,
 the information will come to you »
 ✔ Differen...
Whatizit ?
Concrete examples
 ✔ Twitter
 ✔ Push on smartphone (ex: iPhone)
 ✔ Sport apps (live events)
 ✔ Google Real-Time...
So, what does it
change ?
So What ?
Advantages
 ✔ Faster information spreading
 ✔ Information anywhere (thanks the mobile
 Web)
 ✔ Citizen Journalis...
So What ?
New issues
 ✔ Overinformation
 ✔ Is information to be trusted ?
 ✔ Rumours spreading as fast as real
 pieces of ...
So What ?
Study cases
 ✔ Iran revolution
 ✔ The French elections case
 ✔ Michael Jackson / Haïti seism
 ✔ The Huddson plan...
What about
journalism ?
Hot Point ?
The information lifespan
Hot Point ?
The citizen journalist
  ✔ Always the first on place
   (citizens = sensory organs)
  ✔ Experts can easily rea...
Hot Point ?
The professional
 ✔ Has to verify the information
 ✔ Collect data & contact people
 ✔ Drives further investiga...
Hot Point ?
The conclusion
 ✔ They're not in competition
 ✔ A complementary treatment of information
 ✔ Necessity to disma...
What happening
next ?
What Next ?
That it brings us
 ✔ Instantaneous/exclusive information
 ✔ Ubiquity
 ✔ Spontaneity
 ✔ Proximity
 ✔ Huge poten...
Whatredefined
That has to be Next ?
  ✔ Journalism
  ✔ Privacy
  ✔ Information filtering
What soon ?
That is coming Next
 ✔ Real-time search
 ✔ Augmented reality services
 ✔ Localisation-based applications
 ✔ An...
Any questions ?
The
  Thanks for listening!
Guillaume Guérin alias Deeder
          http://www.deeder.fr
       http://www.libert-fr.com
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  1. 1. 03/29/2010 - ENSEIRB-MATMECA The Real-Time Web Heading to instant information...
  2. 2. Introduction The Revolution « Simple Online Publishing Technology  Has Revolutionized How Information  Spreads Around The Globe –The Power  Has Shifted To The Participants. »  – Jeremiah Owyang
  3. 3. The 3 phases of Web evolution
  4. 4. 1997 - 2001 The Publishing Web ✔ Media Websites ✔ Homepages ✔ Corporate Websites → Unilateral information
  5. 5. 2001 - 2007 The Social Web ✔ Social Media (Facebook, Myspace, ...) ✔ Blogs, wikis → Many to many conversation
  6. 6. 2007 - Now The Real-Time Web ✔ Conversational Medias (Twitter, Facebook status, Jaiku, Identi.ca, etc...) ✔ Mobile apps (push on iPhone, etc) → Instant conversation & diffusion
  7. 7. Definition
  8. 8. Whatizit ? The Real-Time Web... « ...also called « Instant Web » is a set of  technologies  and  practices  which  enable  users  to  receive information as soon as it is published by its authors, rather  than requiring that they or their software  check a source periodically for updates. » – Source : Wikipedia
  9. 9. Whatizit ? The Real-Time Web... ✔ « If you don't come to the information, the information will come to you » ✔ Different kinds of data : Text, images, videos, relationship data or location data...
  10. 10. Whatizit ? Concrete examples ✔ Twitter ✔ Push on smartphone (ex: iPhone) ✔ Sport apps (live events) ✔ Google Real-Time Search
  11. 11. So, what does it change ?
  12. 12. So What ? Advantages ✔ Faster information spreading ✔ Information anywhere (thanks the mobile Web) ✔ Citizen Journalism ✔ Spotting mistakes easily
  13. 13. So What ? New issues ✔ Overinformation ✔ Is information to be trusted ? ✔ Rumours spreading as fast as real pieces of news
  14. 14. So What ? Study cases ✔ Iran revolution ✔ The French elections case ✔ Michael Jackson / Haïti seism ✔ The Huddson plane crash ✔ Carla Bruni's « affairs »
  15. 15. What about journalism ?
  16. 16. Hot Point ? The information lifespan
  17. 17. Hot Point ? The citizen journalist ✔ Always the first on place (citizens = sensory organs) ✔ Experts can easily react on a particular subject ✔ Their point of view can be quickly & easily shared
  18. 18. Hot Point ? The professional ✔ Has to verify the information ✔ Collect data & contact people ✔ Drives further investigation ✔ Can (must?) participate to this sharing symphony too !
  19. 19. Hot Point ? The conclusion ✔ They're not in competition ✔ A complementary treatment of information ✔ Necessity to dismantle the fear of misinformation
  20. 20. What happening next ?
  21. 21. What Next ? That it brings us ✔ Instantaneous/exclusive information ✔ Ubiquity ✔ Spontaneity ✔ Proximity ✔ Huge potential audience ✔ Counter-balanced information
  22. 22. Whatredefined That has to be Next ? ✔ Journalism ✔ Privacy ✔ Information filtering
  23. 23. What soon ? That is coming Next ✔ Real-time search ✔ Augmented reality services ✔ Localisation-based applications ✔ And so on...
  24. 24. Any questions ?
  25. 25. The Thanks for listening! Guillaume Guérin alias Deeder http://www.deeder.fr http://www.libert-fr.com

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