Crashcourse in DIY Survival at Dublin Exchange

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A crashcourse in DIY Survival by Gudjon Mar Gudjonsson from the Ministry of Ideas in Iceland at Dublin Exchange

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Crashcourse in DIY Survival at Dublin Exchange

  1. 1. CRASHCOURSE IN DIY SURVIVALGUDJON MAR GUDJONSSON EXCHANGE DUBLIN GUDJON@MINISTRYOFIDEAS.IS FEBRUARY 24, 2011
  2. 2. GUDJON MAR GUDJONSSON   PROFILE   STARTED A FEW COMPANIES   FOUNDED GR SOFTWARE AT AGE 14   CHANGED THE NAME TO GR INTERNATIONAL 6 MONTHS LATER…  NOW, CEO OF MEDIZZA iceland  KENNIS  
  3. 3. THIS PRESENTATION PRACTICAL LAUNCH: VISIONING PLATFORM ICELAND AS A LAB TIME IDEOLOGY THE WISDOM OF CROWDS POWER OF THE GRASSROOTS THE BIG PICTURE TIME TRAVEL PHILOSOPHY
  4. 4. SHAPING THEFUTURE  DOESNT NEED TO COSTANYTHING
  5. 5. From: torvalds@klaava.Helsinki.FI (Linus Benedict Torvalds)Newsgroups: comp.os.minixSubject: What would you like to see most in minix?Summary: small poll for my new operating systemMessage-ID: <1991Aug25.205708.9541@klaava.Helsinki.FI>Date: 25 Aug 91 20:57:08 GMTOrganization: University of HelsinkiHello everybody out there using minix –Im doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, wont bebig andprofessional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones. Thishas been brewingsince april, and is starting to get ready.Id like any feedback onthings people like/dislike in minix,as my OS resembles it somewhat(same physical layout of thefile-system (due to practical reasons)among other things).Ive currently ported bash(1.08) and gcc(1.40), and thingsseem to work.This implies that Ill get something practicalwithin a few months, andId like to know what features mostpeople would want. Any suggestionsare welcome, but I wontpromise Ill implement them :-) Linus (torvalds@kruuna.helsinki.fi
  6. 6. WIKIPEDIA VS BRITANNICA
  7. 7. 10.0 G FOOD-GRADE GUM ARABICOPEN SOURCE ML ORANGE OIL 3.50 COLA   3.00 ML WATER 2.75 ML LIME OIL 1.25 ML CASSIA OIL 1.00 ML LEMON OIL 1.00 ML NUTMEG OIL 0.25 ML CORIANDER OIL 0.25 ML NEROLI OIL 0.25 ML LAVENDER OIL
  8. 8. “OPEN SOURCE” DESIGNER CLOTHING
  9. 9. OPEN SOURCE GREEN VEHICLE
  10. 10. STARTED WITH A SPARKOPEN MEETUPS NON-POLITICAL100% TRANSPARENT PROCESS
  11. 11. HEARTBEAT OF THE GRASSROOT IN INNOVATION 52 BEATS A YEAR   52 STEPS CLOSER TO THE FUTURE  
  12. 12. VISION NEW WORLD WEEKLY MODEL OPEN M TFOR MEETUP G PLA IONIN OP E N VIS15   16   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   25  
  13. 13. G20  DEAR BARACK OBAMA,   WE HAVE A PROPOSAL  
  14. 14. “MR. FOREIGN MINISTER   I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A VISIT   THERE IS SOMETHING GOING ON THERE”  
  15. 15. OUR GRANDPARENTS’ VISION ELECTRICITYOUR UNIVERSITIES WATER UTILITIESPUBLIC TRANSPORT WORLD WIDE WEB
  16. 16. HOW DID WE GET TO THE  MOON?  
  17. 17. WITH A SIMPLEVISION
  18. 18. "...I BELIEVE THAT THIS NATION SHOULD COMMIT ITSELF TO ACHIEVING THE GOAL, BEFORE THIS DECADE IS OUT, OF LANDING A MAN ON THE MOON AND RETURNING HIM SAFELY TO THEMAY 25TH 1961   EARTH…”
  19. 19. “MY WORK IS TO GET A MAN TO THE MOON…”SAID THE BOOKKEEPER AT NASA
  20. 20. US INVESTS IN SPACEPEN CO$T MILLIONS FISHER AG-7 SPACE PEN
  21. 21. PENCIL!
  22. 22. FUTURE IS   ART  
  23. 23. THE FUTURE IS LIKE JAPANESE  MARTIAL ART!
  24. 24. USE THE FORCE IN OURAIKIDOTHE WAY OF UNIFYING WITH LIFE ENERGY ADVANTAGE
  25. 25. WHAT ABOUT THE FUTURE ?  
  26. 26. “I THINK THERE IS A WORLD MARKET FOR MAYBE FIVECOMPUTERS.”THOMAS WATSONCHAIRMAN, IBM, 1943  
  27. 27. “WE DONT LIKE THEIR SOUND, AND GUITAR MUSIC IS ON THE WAY OUT.”DECCA RECORDINGREJECTING THE BEATLES, 1962
  28. 28. “COMPUTERS IN THE FUTURE MAY WEIGH NO MORE THAN 1.5 TONS.”POPULAR MECHANICS, MARCH 1949
  29. 29. RECEIVED C IN MUSIC IN SCHOOL  IN EIGHTH GRADE  
  30. 30. BEETHOVENS MUSIC TEACHER: “AS A COMPOSER, HE IS HOPELESS.”
  31. 31. ALBERT   EINSTEIN   FAILED  HIS  UNIVERSITY   ENTRANCE   EXAM   LEARNED TO READ 7 YEARS OLD
  32. 32. WE ONLY HAVE [ STILL ]   ONE
  33. 33. PLANET NEEDSUSUK
  34. 34. TODAY  EACH  OF  US  LIVES  SEVERAL  HUNDRED  YEARS  IN  A   DECADE  
  35. 35. OUR GLOBAL VILLAGE AT  NIGHT
  36. 36. WALT DISNEY WAS FIRED FROM HIS EARLY JOB FOR LACK OF IDEAS AND HAVING NO IMAGINATION   YOUNG WALT DISNEYS FIRST BUSINESS THEN WENT BANKRUPT BEFORE HE AND HIS BROTHER FOUNDED THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY  
  37. 37. ICELANDERS  ARE RISK TAKERS   AT HEART  
  38. 38. IT STARTS WITH AN IDEA.AN INSPIRATION.A NEED TO CHANGE.A NEED TO INNOVATE.
  39. 39. THOMAS EDISON   TOO  STUPID  TO  LEARN  ANYTHING   SAID  HIS  TEACHER   ONLY HAD 3 MONTHS OF FORMAL SCHOOLING
  40. 40. GENERAL ELECTRIC 327.000ICELAND 319.756GENERAL ELECTRIC HAS A VISIONICELAND’S VISION ?  
  41. 41. VISION OF A NATION   WISDOM OF CROWDS   N AT I O N A L A SS E M B LY
  42. 42. 9 AREAS x 9 GROUPS x 9 MEMBERS x 2  
  43. 43. VISION PLANNING SESSION   1.500 PEOPLE  
  44. 44. CAPTURING THE HEARTBEAT OF THE NATIONS CREATIVITY  
  45. 45. WE ALL HAVEOUR PLANS FOR THE FUTURE
  46. 46. PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   PRIORITIES   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ACTIONS   ADMINISTRATION   OPPORTUNITIES   SUSTAINABILITY   ENVIRONMENT   EQUAL  RIGHTS   HEALTHCARE   EDUCATION   ECONOMY   FAMILY   PUBLIC   VA L U E S INTEGRITY EQUAL RIGHTS RESPECT JUSTICE
  47. 47. CHANGE IN SOCIETY   GAP!   ABILITY OF THE SYSTEM TO ADAPT TIME  
  48. 48. AS WE ALL THINK  WHY NOT THINK BIG
  49. 49. THE ICELANDIC OPPORTUNITY ICELAND WORLD OPPORTUNITY HAS NEEDS
  50. 50. THE ICELANDIC OPPORTUNITY INSPIRATION  FOR A NEW   WORLD MODEL  
  51. 51. WORLD   ICELAND  ... ON A DIFFERENT FREQUENCY
  52. 52. ICELAND HAS ENERGY
  53. 53. TINY IN POPULATION 300 THOUSANDS  
  54. 54. INFRASTRUCTUR ETHE   BASIC   PHYSICAL   AND   ORGANIZATIONAL  STRUCTURES   NEEDED   FOR   THE   OPERATION   OF   A  SOCIETY   OR   ENTERPRISE,   OR   THE   SERVICES   AND  FACILITIES   NECESSARY   FOR   AN   ECONOMY   TO  
  55. 55. PROTOTYPE A ON ELECTRIC CARSPROTOTYPE B ON DATA CENTERSPROTOTYPE C ON BATTERY CHARGINGPROTOTYPE D TRANSPORTAION BUSINESS MODELPROTOTYPE E ACTIVE DEMOCRATICPROTOTYPE F ON REALTIME CURRENCY  ALL YOU NEED  FOR A GOOD  LAB  
  56. 56. THANK YOUPS.   THE DIY MANUAL FOR MAKING YOUR OWN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IS OPEN SOURCE AND AVAILABLE. JUST CONTACT ME AT:   G U D J O N @ M I N I S T R YO F I D E A S . I S  

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