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ccJP seminar on the global commons

  1. 1. iCommons ‘a global conversation about the future of the internet’
  2. 2. Why are we afraid of telling people what we know?
  3. 3. How can we use the internet to serve a better world?
  4. 4. Does openness always bring abundance?
  5. 5. Does greater access to information make us wiser?
  6. 6. “Never was the technology of peace, in the form of the tractor, transformed into a weapon of war, more ferociously than with the creation of the Valentine tank... so named because it was first born into the world on the day of Saint Valentine in 1938.”
  7. 7. How will the history of the internet be written?
  8. 8. (a) ‘We were doing so well, but the internet soon became a weapon of war and control’
  9. 9. (b) ‘At the brink of a new world war, the internet made the world re-think ideas about cooperation and common development.’
  10. 10. Creative Commons Free Software
  11. 11. opportunity
  12. 12. creators
  13. 13. read/write culture
  14. 14. 21st century
  15. 15. ‘The wealth of networks’
  16. 16. The iCommons Summit ‘Starting the global conversation’
  17. 17. With human beings as creators at the centre
  18. 18. a special kind of conversation
  19. 19. models
  20. 20. Rio 2006
  21. 21. Rio 2006 • Education commons
  22. 22. Rio 2006 • Education commons • Culture commons
  23. 23. Rio 2006 • Education commons • Culture commons • Business commons
  24. 24. Rio 2006 • Education commons • Culture commons • Business commons • Heritage commons
  25. 25. Rio 2006 • Education commons • Culture commons • Business commons • Heritage commons • Public sector commons
  26. 26. Rio 2006 • Education commons • Culture commons • Business commons • Heritage commons • Public sector commons • Scientific commons
  27. 27. Communities • Open content (cc, Wikipedia) • Business and venture capital • Civil society • Governments
  28. 28. iCommons incubator ‘models for innovation’
  29. 29. features • modular task construction • self-selection • transparency • communication • humanization • fairness • norm creation
  30. 30. The Freedom Toaster
  31. 31. Open business
  32. 32. Open business
  33. 33. Open business
  34. 34. Open business
  35. 35. Open business
  36. 36. Open Publishing in a Box
  37. 37. The Rio Framework on Open Science 1. contracts for open science (CC) 2. software for open science (dspace, eprints, topaz, etc.) 3. evidence for open science (journal articles, data) 4. momentum for open science (press articles etc) 5. arguments for open science (to funders, universities, journals)
  38. 38. iCommons iCurriculum
  39. 39. Cultural heritage and living archives
  40. 40. R&D
  41. 41. build an ecology of information
  42. 42. a blueprint for the future
  43. 43. www.icommons.org heather@icommons.org

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