Pisa: User communities and their toolsPosted by Dave Winer, 5/12/05 at 5:04:04 AM.
Podcast of today's talk
Who am I?
Unconferences, our experiments with BloggerCon at Harvard and Stanford
| ||Dave Winer, resident of Florida, USA. Software developer, blogger, researcher, inventor. Attended Tulane, Wisconsin, author of outlining tools, scripting systems, blogging tools, aggregators. Designer of formats and protocols including XML-RPC, SOAP, RSS, OPML. Winner of Wired Tech Renegade award in 2001 for SOAP, MacUser product of the year in 1986. Former research fellow at Berkman Center at Harvard Law School, former contributing editor for Wired. |
Why I started blogging
| ||Why was all the interesting stuff at conferences happening in the hallways?|
Why blogging works where mail lists don't
| ||Route-around conventional wisdom, create my own news.|
RSS, a sushi restaurant conveyor belt for news and ideas
| ||Work can go on even if some object. |
Monoculture, an artifact of the 20th century?
| ||Creativity didn't used to be an exclusive thing, only the economics of 20th century technology made it so.|
| ||BBC on RSS as sushi belts.|