Talk at St Paul's

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  • Alarmist? Maybe. But food for thought.
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  • move, copy, aggregate … and display
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  • The Guardian (http://tinyurl.com/25r367) reports that London’s the second largest Facebook network in the world.
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  • The future has always been hard to call. I know no teacher who, when the net was first connected up to their school, realised that this was what T B-L envisaged — let alone what this *meant*.
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Talk at St Paul's

  1. 1. TB‐L’s original vision The original thing I wanted to do was to make  it a collaborative medium, a place where we  (could) all meet and read and write. http://www.digitaldivide.net/articles/view.php?ArticleID=20
  2. 2. Slide courtesy of Bradley Horowitz, Yahoo! (http://tinyurl.com/3cjgpp; pdf)
  3. 3. 1985: Born — Internet 2 years old; Nintendo release 'Super Mario Brothers' 1990: Start primary school — WWW being conceived 1992: 7 years old — first SMS message sent 1995: Amazon, eBay founded 1996: Heading towards secondary school — Hotmail launched; pay‐as‐you‐go mobile tariffs; instant messaging 1998: Teenage years — Google founded 1999: Studying for GCSEs — Napster; Blogger 2001: Wikipedia; iPod 2002: Studying for A Levels — social‐networking services appear 2003: University — Skype 2005: Graduation approaches — YouTube John Naughton: http://oscal.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/lecture‐text.pdf See also: http://www.preoccupations.org/2007/05/making_the_poin.html
  4. 4. Persistence
  5. 5. Persistence What you say sticks around. And not just what you say.
  6. 6. http://web.archive.org/web/20021030152640/www‐db.stanford.edu/~sergey/photos/drag96.jpg
  7. 7. Searchability
  8. 8. Searchability  online, wherever we are, we’re findable
  9. 9. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/09/technology/09aol.html?ex=1180584000&en=115de8b08689ed66&ei=5070
  10. 10. Replicability
  11. 11. Replicability Copy and paste, copy and  paste, copy and paste, copy  and paste, copy and paste …
  12. 12. Invisible audience
  13. 13. Invisible audience We don’t know who is present … or who will be present.
  14. 14. Persistence Searchability Replicability  Invisible audience http://www.danah.org/papers/Etech2007.html
  15. 15. Facebook
  16. 16. The site began to open up to all (not just those with an .edu email address) from September, 2006. 
  17. 17. 24 million active users (= active on site in last 30 days) • 50% of active users return to the site daily • 100,000 new users join per day • 45 billion page views per month and growing • 50 million users, and a lot more page views, predicted by the end of 2007 http://blog.pmarca.com/2007/06/analyzing_the_f.html#comments
  18. 18. 24 May, 2007 Facebook launched: Facebook Platform
  19. 19. Facebook's Privacy Policy 3306 words long … And concludes: We reserve the right to change our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use at any time. http://www.facebook.com/policy.php
  20. 20. Changing  The  Default  Privacy  Settings This should be an obvious tweak but  most people ignore it. By default anyone  in your networks can see everything  you’re doing on Facebook. How to use Facebook without Losing Your Job over it
  21. 21. http://mashable.com/2007/01/24/facebook‐privacy‐cia/
  22. 22. Whenever you put data on a computer,  you lose some control over it. And when you put it on the internet, you lose a lot of control over it. Bruce Schneier
  23. 23. Trust Understanding
  24. 24. Persistence Searchability Replicability  Invisible audience

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