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The End of the Internet Dream by Jennifer Granick

Jennifer Granick

“Now when I say that the Internet is headed for corporate control, it may sound like I’m blaming corporations. When I say that the Internet is becoming more closed because governments are policing the network, it may sound like I’m blaming the police. I am. But I’m also blaming you. And me. Because the things that people want are helping drive increased centralization, regulation and globalization…”


The New Clues – Cluetrain Manifesto Circa 2015

new clues manifesto

15 years later two of the authors of Cluetrain Manifesto have wrote the New Manifest of Glory for the People of the Internet and the World Wide Web.
The Cluetrain Manifesto actualy started the Revolution in the field of modern marketing and business in general, provokoed the big change which came with the powerful development of the Internet and Digital technologies. It began in 1999 when the authors – Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls, and David Weinberger, posted 95 theses about the new reality of the networked marketplace.
Today, in the edge of Internet 3.0, Doc Searls and David Weinberger have created a new most actual Manifesto.


Интерактивна визуална история на биткойна и още ценни ресурси за криптовалутите

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Interactive visual history of Bitcoin and more valuable Cryptocurrency resources
Страхотна интерактивна визуализация на историята на водещата световна криптовалута – Bitcoin е създал 28-годишния Роб Лонс от американската компания Bitcoin Hosting.
Той е включил над 150 записа, които представят основните milestones в историческото развитие на криптовалутата от самото й начало през 2007 г. до януари, 2014 г.


The Future of Internet or is it possible Sematic Web?

Борис Луканов

Web 3.0, Sematic Web – is it future of Internet? What will the Web become? How big can the Internet get? What are we going to do with all of this information? The new documentary WEB 3.0, produced by Kate Ray try to give the answers. But still the more questions remain…See what think about Tim Berners-Lee, Clay Shirky, Chris Dixon, David Weinberger, Nova Spivack, Jason Shellen, Lee Feigenbaum, John Hebeler, Alon Halevy, David Karger and Abraham Bernstein: