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  1. UiB Innsikt: Det norske klassesamfunnet: Klasseanalysens relevans i dag

    Innledere og panel: Johs. Hjellbrekke (UiB), Maren Toft (UiO) og Jørn Ljunggren (OsloMet).

    Dette seminaret blir arrangert i samarbeid mellom UiB og Studentersamfunnet i Bergen.

    Når samfunnsvitere gjennom de siste to hundre årene har forsøkt å forstå samfunnet vi lever i, har klasseanalyse vært en av de viktigste tilnærmingene.

    Spørsmål om makt, ulikhet, fattigdom, helse og samfunnsutvikling har alle blitt belyst gjennom klasseforskning. Men klasseanalysen har vært omstridt, og klassebegrepet har også blitt omtalt som en «zombie»-kategori; altså ideer, teorier eller begreper som har mistet sin relevans, men som man likevel holder fast ved. Har klasseanalysen fremdeles relevans? Om svaret er ja: på hvilke måter og langs hvilke dimensjoner kan Norge eventuelt beskrives som et klassesamfunn?

    UiB Innsikt inviterer til en samtale om hvor viktig klasseanalyse er for å forstå samfunnet vi lever i nå.

    Innleder og paneldeltaker: Johs. Hjellbrekke er professor ved Sosiologisk institutt. Han fordyper seg i analyser av av sosiale klasser, eliter, makt, ulikhet og sosial mobilitet. Arbeidslivssosiologi, historisk sosiologi, statistiske metoder for analyse av kategoriske datamengder, vitenskapshistorie og vitenskapsteori.

    Innleder og paneldeltaker: Maren Toft er postdoktor ved Institutt…

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  2. Keeping Your Personal Data Personal: How Decentralized Identity Drives Data Privacy

    Want your FedEx package? Now you must allow the company to scan your ID. Check into a hotel? Hand over your passport. Rent an e-bike? Key in your driver’s license, which includes your address, birthdate, and weight. What if you could maintain control over your personal identity and share only what is needed? Enter decentralized or self-sovereign identity (SSI). In the future, we believe each person will hold an e-wallet and control his/her/their own personal information.

    Presenters include: - Wendy Hanamura, Director of Partnerships at the Internet Archive - Kaliya Young, Author and Co-Founder of the Internet Identity Workshop - Lambert Heller, Director of the Open Science Lab at the National Science Library of Germany - Irene Adamski, Head of Operations at JOLOCOM

    Find the resource guide that accompanies this presentation here: https://metro.org/DWebResourceGuides/Session3

    This series is a partnership between Internet Archive, DWeb, Library Futures, and Metropolitan New York Library Council.

    Learn more about the series "Imagining a Better Online World: Exploring the Decentralized Web" here: https://metro.org/decentralizedweb

    Sections: 00:00 Welcome & introductions from METRO 02:00 Wendy Hanamura provides a gameplan 03:53 The current state of identity on the web 06:45 Definin…

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  3. The Decentralized Web: An Introduction

    What is the decentralized web, why is it important, and where is it along the path of development? What are the problems the decentralized web seeks to solve? Who are the players working to realize this vision? Why is the Internet Archive, a library, a leader in the decentralized web movement? This webinar, the first in a six-part series, explores those questions and more.

    Presenters include: - Wendy Hanamura, Director of Partnerships at the Internet Archive - Brewster Kahle, founder and Digital Librarian of the Internet Archive - Mai Ishikawa Sutton, Founder and Editor of COMPOST Mag - Paul Frazee, Founder of Beaker Browser.

    The resource guide that accompanies this presentation can be found here: https://metro.org/DWebResourceGuides/Session1

    This series is a partnership between Internet Archive, DWeb, Library Futures, and Metropolitan New York Library Council. For more details, visit https://metro.org/events/decentralized-web-introduction

    Sections: 00:00 Welcome & introductions from METRO 04:51 Wendy Hanamura provides a gameplan 08:33 Defining terms 16:16 Conversation with Brewster Kahle 34:26 Demo by Mai Ishikawa Sutton 47:10 Demo by Paul Frazee

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  4. Transparency as foundation for the world of the future

    Approximately one year ago I gave an interview to Creative Society project, in which I shared our experience about applying transparency to animation production and benefits of adopting transparent budget using Open Collective.

    Now the interview got translated into English and I am happy to share it with you!

    Links for projects mentioned in the interview: * OpenCollective - https://opencollective.com/ * Synfig open-source 2D animation software - https://www.synfig.org/ * Pepper&Carrot Motion Comic - https://morevnaproject.org/pepper-and-carrot/ * Creative Society - https://creativesociety.com/

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  5. Decentralized Social Media: Can Peer-to-Peer Lead to Less Toxic Online Platforms?

    In today’s social media world, we’ve seen platforms go awry when faced with the scourges of misinformation and trolling. In authoritarian regimes, entire platforms are easily blocked. And yes, a billionaire can buy a platform and change the rules.

    Would decentralized (or P-2-P) social media, where there is no central controlling entity, be better? How do you take down damaging posts when there is no central command center? The founders of some of the top decentralized social media networks, from Matrix to Manyverse to the new Bluesky initiative, walk you through the possibilities. With demonstrations of how to use these peer-to-peer alternatives to Facebook, Slack and Twitter.

    Speakers: Jay Graber is CEO of Bluesky, the initiative funded by Jack Dorsey and Twitter, “to develop and drive large-scale adoption of technologies for open and decentralized public conversation.”

    Matthew Hodgson is Co-founder of the Matrix.org. Matrix is an open network for secure, decentralized communication with more than 40M users.

    Andre Staltz is Creator of Manyverse, a free, open source “social network without the bad stuff,” built on the peer-to-peer SSB protocol.

    This production is presented by METRO Library Council, Internet Archive, DWeb, and Library Futures.

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  6. Freedom of the Press: The First Principle of News

    Freedom of speech is hailed as the ‘first freedom’, the bedrock of democracy, but it is subject to erosion in times of upheaval. The British Library holds the earliest plea for free speech, Milton’s Areopagitica, which argues against censorship and in favour of ‘freedom to choose, for reason is but choosing’. But according to Freedom House, press freedom is in retreat: in 2003, 41% of countries had a free press. By 2016, only 31% did. This debate will ask why, and explore a range of solutions.

    Isabel Hilton is a renowned writer and broadcaster, and founder of the China Dialogue Trust. Her career in broadcast and print journalism spans several books, and a record of reporting from Latin America, Europe and South and East Asia. She is a Visiting Professor at the Lau Institute, KCL, was appointed OBE in 2008, serves as a Senior Advisor to the China Council and holds two honorary doctorates.

    Inaya Folarin Iman is a writer and broadcaster. She is the creator and host of The Discussion, a weekly ideas, culture and politics TV show on GB News. She is the Founder and Director of The Equiano Project, a forum to promote freedom of speech and open dialogue on the subjects of race, identity and culture, and she is the Cultural Management and Youth Engagement Trustee for the National Portrait G…

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  7. GoldenEye DevTalk - Creating the Nintendo 64 Classic

    Celebrating 25 years of GoldenEye, on the 8th May 2022, we were joined by three very special guests who were all part of the development team - Martin Hollis, Dr. David Doak and Brett Jones. In this live interview you’ll hear about the development of the game, their experiences and more! A really special opportunity to hear first hand what is involved in creating a game that would become the seminal game for the N64.

    Special Thanks to our Exec Producers: Thomas Noel Collister Jackson Johnny Blanchard Chris Turner RetroBytes

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  8. GoldenEye DevTalk - Audience Q & A - Creating the Nintendo 64 Classic

    Celebrating 25 years of GoldenEye, on the 8th May 2022, we were joined by three very special guests who were all part of the development team - Martin Hollis, Dr. David Doak and Brett Jones. In this live audience Q & A you’ll hear about the development of the game, their experiences and more! A really special opportunity to hear first hand what is involved in creating a game that would become the seminal game for the N64.

    Special Thanks to our Exec Producers: Thomas Noel Collister Jackson Johnny Blanchard Chris Turner RetroBytes

    Help us create more videos! Support us through Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/computinghistory

    Museum Website : http://www.ComputingHistory.org.uk Twitter : https://twitter.com/computermuseum Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/computinghistory/

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  9. Runes and Other Topics with Dr Jackson Crawford

    Jackson’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/JacksonCrawford

    Jackson’s Patreon, for anybody who’d like to donate: https://www.patreon.com/norsebysw

    His most recent video on runes, with Luke Ranieri: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYqBkqWwY0Q

    The first in his playlist of videos about runes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kW9KbtjyHN4&list=PLATNGYBQ-TjrPCf9YGy0qzqca1ypcGs50

    My video on the history of /r/: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq4XbdA3dTk&t=1409s

    A little guide to the concept of a phoneme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jx4IObS4rV4&t=385s

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  10. The Origins Of Homo Sapiens With Professor Chris Stringer

    ‘The Origins Of Homo Sapiens With Professor Chris Stringer’

    From where did humans originate? What did the earliest humans look like? Why did homo sapiens survive while other hominin species went extinct?

    In this filmed episode of The Ancients podcast, we’re on location at the Natural History Museum in London as Tristan Hughes delves into a huge topic; the origins of modern humans!

    Our guest, Professor Chris Stringer, is a leading expert in human evolution. Chris takes us through his research on the origins of our species, from Neanderthals and the strange hobbit-like hominin that lived in Indonesia, fossil evidence from across the planet, and how the ‘Out of Africa’ theory of early human dispersal has become more complicated in the light of new research.

    Listen to the full version of the podcast here: https://shows.acast.com/the-ancients/episodes/the-origins-of-homo-sapiens

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