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Isoc2011 new release

  1. 1. ISOC meetingISOC meeting BucharestBucharest 21 december 201121 december 2011 RoLink Plus Company Romanian Unix Assoiciation (GURU) Alexandru Rotaru, PhD, Chairman
  2. 2. Some initial data:Some initial data: ` Yesterday: Internet driven by universities (1992) Mid period: 1992-2002: Companies moving on the Internet. Internet driven by business. End of period (today): 2009-2011: Users captive to few companies via the Internet. Internet shared by a limited number of technologies owned by a limited number of companies.
  3. 3. What is kept:What is kept: - the core communication way (TCP/IP, IPV4, IPV6) - the core Internet services, adapted to increasing security threads - the on-line services build around web based technology
  4. 4. What is different:What is different: - users are watched by merchants and not only by merchants, using the core technology. It may be done at every click and on every communication device if needed, even if it is not always known by the end user. Today privacy is only for experts which know in detail the technolgy and protect by themself. Each Internet user is a fraction in the business plans of few companies owning the on-line technologies - few companies share 95% of the Internet users. They fight to connect as many users as possible and to fit them with the companies using their particular technologies - social networks try to sell the information from their users by making a revenue chain out of this.
  5. 5. Where do we go:Where do we go: - towards on-line objects which will home- manufacured in reality by volume printers - towards interactive media which means revolution of broadcasting and more virtual reality - towards humanized communication devices used as unified terminals to the biggest multimedia kiosk called Internet - towards 99.5% consumers and 0.5% producers on the Internet. - towards games based mainly on virtual reality enable creation of personages that may be sold to other users
  6. 6. What is confusing:What is confusing: - the large number of options in most on-line applications that we interact via Internet reduce creativity - governments try to regulate and restrict access to the on-line resources accesible via Internet. This creates large damage to the Internet spirit and to creativity. - merchants are scared by security issues and impose rules to the Internet usage such as to protect their assets.
  7. 7. What ISOC may try to do:What ISOC may try to do: - encurage creativity among Internet user categories. To develop applications stimulating creativity mainly for non-techies in IT&C - solve copyright issues by clever technologies and not by governments' rules - secure the network by creating individual signatures for on-line access to resources (to get, put or use the virtual objects on the Internet). Security of on-line world may be largely solved by authorised individual identity. - fight to make users independent from companies. Right for a free choice on the Internet.
  8. 8. Recommendations for a normal InternetRecommendations for a normal Internet user (non techie):user (non techie): - avoid interaction with complicated technologies. Time to learn and complexity of some on-line applications make the users captive and they cannot use their creativity in their field of interest. - social networking usage is better to be limited in time. Several reasons may be detailed - to adapt interactively to the on-line media by keeping its own behaviour and profile - forget about knowing all the technology names circulated over the Internet. It may be a "coule de sac" for most typical users - try to adapt to the on-line training - try to be a producer mostly - one hour in the nature daily recommended. Reduce to miminmum the on-line media access during this period. Good results for health and personal creativity
  9. 9. Recommendation for a hacking InternetRecommendation for a hacking Internet user (techie):user (techie):
  10. 10. ISOC meetingISOC meeting BucharestBucharest 21 december 201121 december 2011 RoLink Plus Company Romanian Unix Assoiciation (GURU) Alexandru Rotaru, PhD, Chairman