China patrols its cyberspace carefully. The government there closes down hundreds of websites each year and blocks access to many international websites.How do Chinese citizens get over the great firewall of China?
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David Weinberger attended Supernova 2009 in San Francisco, where some of the biggest names in tech, business, government, and academia came together to talk past, present, and future of networks. He chatted with a number of those thought-leaders, and came away with three major threads for 2009 which might help guide our thinking as we go into 2010:
The Broadband Initiative The Growth of Real Time Web The Web and the Obama Administration
Social networks will be like air, in that they will permeate everything that we do online AND offline. We’ll look at the underlying technologies that will make this possible, how it will evolve, and the business models that will support it.
Charlene Li, Altimeter Group
Welcome to Openness 2.0 a five part ongoing series brought to you by First Monday Podcast, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the University of Illinois at Chicago Libraries.
In Part 1 Sandra Braman, Mary Case and Steve Jones breakdown the current state of Openness in policy, culture and academics.