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  1. The Web We Lost by Anil Dash

    In the past decade, we’ve seen the rise of powerful social networks of unprecedented scale, connecting millions or even billions of people who can now communicate almost instantaneously. But many of the promises that were made by the creators of the earliest social networking technologies have gone unfulfilled. We’ll take a look at some of the unexamined costs, both cultural and social, of the way the web has evolved.

    Anil Dash is an entrepreneur, technologist and writer acknolwedged as a "blogging pioneer" by the New Yorker for having started his site in 1999 as one of the earliest and most influential blogs on the Internet. Today his work focuses on applying the techniques and technologies of the startup world to the transformation the major institutions of society and culture.

    Dash is cofounder of Activate, the strategy consulting firm which helps the world’s major media and technology companies reinvent their businesses, and cofounder and CEO of ThinkUp, a new app which helps people get more meaning out of the time they spend on social networking. In addition, Dash is an active advisor to several of the most prominent and innovative technology startups and non-profit organizations and has been a columnist for Wired magazine.

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  2. Complexity and the future of IT

    Presentation to Computer World Conference in Hong Kong. Identifies issues in the role of IT and the CIO along with basic complexity, the complex domain model and other material. A lot compressed into a short time and some really good questions.

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  3. Cognitive Edge Network

    The use of narrative in development



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    One of the best summaries (its half an hour) I have done. 

    I missed a few things and I was in polemical mood.  I did’t make my usual qualification that I reserve the right to be more reasonable if challenged so I do that now. 

    I made some distinctions and differences stronger that I would in discussion on order to avoid confusion, and I was critical of some other methods, again to make the different clear, without some of the qualifications I would use in a more intimate setting,

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  4. Workshop: Theo Wentzke über die Eurokrise


    Tagged with vortrag

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  5. Gegen_Kultur_Nationalismus

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  6. Reflexionen_ueber_die_Kulturindustrie


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  7. Isabelle Klasen: Über Begriff und Aktualität der Kulturindustrie

    Isabell Klasen erläutert den Begriff der Kulturindustrie im Kontrast zur autonomen Kunst, wie Adorno sie verstand.

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  8. Renaissance der Utopien. Zur Aktualität von Ernst Bloch

    „Denken heißt Überschreiten!“, „Es kommt darauf an, das Hoffen zu lernen“

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  9. Die Idee des Kommunismus (Roger Behrens)

    Kommunismus. Reflexion über Geschichte, Kritik und Rettung eines bedeutungsschweren Begriffs

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  10. Information Doesn’t Want to be Free

    There are three iron laws of information age creativity, freedom and business, woven deep into the fabric of the Internet’s design, the functioning of markets, and the global system of regulation and trade agreements.

    You can’t attain any kind of sustained commercial, creative success without understanding these laws — but more importantly, the future of freedom itself depends on getting them right.

    Cory Doctorow is a science fiction author, activist, journalist, blogger and co-editor of Boing Boing.

    He has written a ton of great books. If you haven’t read them, I recommend starting with Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom and working your way through to his collaboration with Charles Stross, Rapture of the Nerds. Don’t miss out on his fantastic Young Adult novels For The Win, Pirate Cinema, Little Brother and its sequel Homeland. They’re all great.

    Former European director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and co-founder of the Open Rights Group, Cory is a tireless fighter for freedom, campaigning against censorship, DRM, government surveillance and other plagues of our time.

    Cory delivered the closing keynote at the very first dConstruct and it’s truly fitting that he’s back ten years later when the theme of this year’s dConstruct is “Living With The Network.”

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