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  1. Description Max Read: "What does the GDPR do? First, it creates a set of legal responsibilities for data-gathering and data-processing companies, and second, it creates rights around personal data. Those rights protect anyone geographically within the E.U. or ...

  2. = new university created as a pluralistic institution dedicated to truth-seeking URL = Description Niall Ferguson: "The University of Austin will therefore begin modestly, with a summer school offering “Forbidden Courses” — the kind of content and instruction no ...

  3. Excerpt Derek W. Keats and J. Philipp Schmidt: "Education 1.0 is, like the first generation of the Web, a largely one-way process. Students go to universities to get education from professors, who supply them with information in the form of a stand up routine that ...

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    Web 2.0 is best defined by a combination of the following three characteristics: 1. the value is created by the users 2. it is the collection of tools that makes this possible 3. it is the business model that funds the platforms that enable sharing, i.e. centralized and privately owned platforms More technically, Web 2.0 is often used for sites 1) ...

    According to Dion Hinchcliffe in the Wall Street Journal URL = http://web2.wsj2.com/the_state_of_web_20.htm 1. The Web and all its connected devices as one global platform of reusable services and data 2. Data consumption and remixing from all sources, particularly user generated data 3. Continuous and seamless update of software and data, often ve...

    Political Critique of the Web 2.0 Wisdom of Crowds paradigm

    Marc Fawzi, has a detailed argument, see the Unwisdom of Crowds. Here, he compares the Web 2.0 characteristics to those of the hunter-gatherer mode, and concludes that it is therefore regressive: "Web 2.0: Back to the Hunter-Gatherer Society Observe: trusted individuals are once again the source of news in a society (i.e. bloggers) Observe: word of mouth is once again how news spreads (i.e. viral marketing) Observe: people once again hunt and gather in a crowd (e.g. digg) Observe: people once...

    Web 2.0 and capitalist appropriation

    1. Dmytri Kleiner A critique of the Web 2.0 paradigm of the centralisation of sharing at Metamute magazine. By Dmytri Kleiner et al. at http://www.metamute.org/en/InfoEnclosure-2.0: "If Web 2.0 means anything at all, its meaning lies in the rationale of venture capital. Web 2.0 represents the return of investment in internet startups. After the dotcom bust (the real end of Web 1.0) those wooing investment dollars needed a new rationale for investing in online ventures. ‘Build it and they will...

    Web 2.0 as a pre-emptive strike against P2P systems

    (I question this argument, since P2P systems continue to evolve, and are being used by entrepreneurial ventures as well - MB) From Metamute. By Dmytri Kleiner et al athttp://www.metamute.org/en/InfoEnclosure-2.0: "From a technological stand point, distributed and peer-to-peer (P2P) technologies are far more efficient than Web 2.0 systems. Making better use of network resources by using the computers and network connections of users, P2P avoids creating bottlenecks created by centralised syste...

    Here's a good overview of tools already, at http://www.shambles.net/web2/
  4. Purpose Statement Cultural commoning is of its time. In a world where it is becoming clear that the everyday creative things we do have a value to us, to the social fabric and wellbeing of our communities and to the health of our democracies it offers an alternative ...

  5. Examples USA Yascha Mounk: "Few middle or high schoolers are poring over academic articles written by Richard Delgado or Kimberlé Crenshaw. But across the nation, many teachers have, over the past years, begun to adopt a pedagogical program that owes its ...

  6. URL = http://www.gnu.org/ Description "The GNU Project was launched in 1984 to develop the GNU operating system, a complete Unix-like operating system which is free ...

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