Openness and Innovation

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This talk was given at the Media Futures conference in London, on June 20th, 2008. The session was about how openness can fuel innovation, and the panel included Robert Cailliau, Ian Forrester, Matt Webb and myself. The chair was Bill Thompson.

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  • Openness and Innovation

    1. 1. Openness and Innovation Mark Birbeck http://webBackplane.com/mark-birbeck
    2. 2. Openness leads to innovation
    3. 3. Openness leads to innovation Open source Open standards
    4. 4. Innovation leads to openness
    5. 8. Don't worry too much that the content is rubbish...yet
    6. 9. Early blogs
    7. 10. 'Openness'
    8. 11. Innovate... to share more... to innovate
    9. 15. RDFa, which allows specific information to be published in ordinary web pages
    10. 16. A New Manhattan Project?
    11. 17. Summary Openness is crucial for innovation But we need more innovation in the mechanics of openness
    12. 18. References <ul><li>Me: http://webBackplane.com/mark-birbeck </li></ul><ul><li>My blog: http://internet-apps.blogspot.com </li></ul><ul><li>RDFa: http://rdfa.info </li></ul>

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