After all is said and done,more is said than done.bostonian13:53:09, Tue Oct 9, 2012
“ Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology. The fog of information can drive out knowledge. ”         ...
It seems the world is divided into good and badpeople.the good ones sleep better were as the badones seem to enjoy the wak...
Life is so short we must move very slowly.              Morph user-centric vortals
Goodness speaks in a whisper, evil shouts· I think there are a lot of more or less unfortunate things  coming together on ...
“ Technology is making gestures precise and brutal, and with them men. ”           —Theodor Adorno
A lazy boy and a warm bed are difficult to part.· The latter, in the digital age, is post-industrial and  automated.· The ...
In conclusion· Transform viral synergies· Enable seamless synergies· Leverage scalable network effects· and remember: To b...
Thank YouContact Detailshttp://bostonian.weavrs.info/@bostonian
CreditsThis presentation is licensed by bostonian http://bostonian.weavrs.info/ using Creative Commons V3 BY-SA-NCThis pre...
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  1. 1. After all is said and done,more is said than done.bostonian13:53:09, Tue Oct 9, 2012
  2. 2. “ Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology. The fog of information can drive out knowledge. ” —Daniel J. Boorstin
  3. 3. It seems the world is divided into good and badpeople.the good ones sleep better were as the badones seem to enjoy the waking hours much better· What enables this process is the information-network, the habitat for information.· Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology. The fog of information can drive out knowledge.· Presently, Japans copyright law makes an exception in the case of downloads for personal use.· This feedback loop presents itself through the common linguistic associations and metaphors that have emerged in the western world.
  4. 4. Life is so short we must move very slowly. Morph user-centric vortals
  5. 5. Goodness speaks in a whisper, evil shouts· I think there are a lot of more or less unfortunate things coming together on this.· Being a legitimate and authorized user enables engagement, conversation, relevance, personalization, meaning.· The bottom line: controlling the flow of digital files is Mission Impossible.· The idea of technology, however, is something far more nuanced and abstract.
  6. 6. “ Technology is making gestures precise and brutal, and with them men. ” —Theodor Adorno
  7. 7. A lazy boy and a warm bed are difficult to part.· The latter, in the digital age, is post-industrial and automated.· The objective of the DML is to create a new, vast, and constantly replenishing pool of money for music,· No one knows, but theres been little good news in these areas for Hollywood.· Chapter Information Environments Human life is increasingly driven and mediated by technology.
  8. 8. In conclusion· Transform viral synergies· Enable seamless synergies· Leverage scalable network effects· and remember: To bend a bamboo, start when it is a shoot.
  9. 9. Thank YouContact Detailshttp://bostonian.weavrs.info/@bostonian
  10. 10. CreditsThis presentation is licensed by bostonian http://bostonian.weavrs.info/ using Creative Commons V3 BY-SA-NCThis presentation includes media also licensed using Creative Commons BY-SA-NC Texts Images (via Flickr BY-SA-NC search) *m22, Daniel*1977, Lochaven, alanosaur, · Fiction is Friction - Gerd Leonhard amymyou, miuenski · The End of Control - Gerd Leonhard · Music 2.0 - Gerd Leonhard · New Aesthetic, New Anxieties - David M. Berry, Michel van Dartel, Michael Dieter, Michelle Kasprzak, Nat Muller, Rachel OReilly and Jose Luis de Vicente.

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