Venice Sessions IV - David Weinberger - Between Media and World

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Venice Sessions IV - David Weinberger - Between Media and World

  1. 1. Between Media and World David Weinberger Ph.D. Harvard Berkman Center for Internet & Society Self @ evident . com JohoTheBlog.com dweinberger@twitter Venice Sessions - Telecom Italia October 20. 2009
  2. 2. From medium to content
  3. 3. The Web is not a medium
  4. 4. “Digital life is real life.” - Nicola Greco
  5. 5. <a> hyperlinks </a>
  6. 6. The new punctuation . , ; : ? ! <a> <a>
  7. 7. Content Medium < <a>
  8. 8. Difference Amplify Agree Disagree Extend Support Reject Endorse Denounce Dispute Concur Discount Recommend Connect
  9. 9. The change in authority
  10. 10. Authority The News Traditional Canon
  11. 11. Certified Answer STOP Belief Point
  12. 12. A Book Too Far, by Jane Doe [Due back on the 12th of next year] Footnote #354: Doe, Jane. A Book Too Far page 546 Abelardo Morell
  13. 13. New sources of authority: Metadata
  14. 14. Conifers Point Perry Island Wave4536a Lobster (escaped) Tuna132 Shoes Wave46756c SS Minnow Long/Lat Information Bonito6575 Tuna778 Tuna865 Reef Lobster#FCA45 Cod93784c Temp 67F
  15. 15. Flicker.com/nadya
  16. 16. Metadata Data herman melville Search
  17. 17. Face ted C Web lass ific atio n tic Web S eman Social Search ing Folksonomies 2.0 Crowd Sourc ing Social Tagging Me chanic al Turk
  18. 18. In the hyper-abundant, hyper-linked world, media’s value tends toward metadata.
  19. 19. Imperfection
  20. 20. bjortklingd@flickr
  21. 21. Good enough is good enough (cc) Herrolm @ flickr
  22. 22. Transparency
  23. 23. Certified Answer Certified STOP Answer STOP Belief Belief Point Point
  24. 24. Media in this new world
  25. 25. “Printed matter will be with us forever” - Giuseppe Vita
  26. 26. Shared interests Difference Conversation Mattering
  27. 27. Participate with transparent expertise as someone to whom the world matters in a voice that accepts the messy differences in how the world matters to us all.
  28. 28. Thank you. David Weinberger Blog: www . JohoTheBlog . Com Email: self@evident . com

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