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Extra info for Up for Grabs: The Future of the Internet (Volume 1)
About half are Internet pioneers and were online before 1993. Roughly a third of the experts are affiliated with an academic institution and another third work for a company or consulting firm. The rest are divided between nonprofit organizations, publications, and the government. Some Internet luminaries were involved with the survey, including Vint Cerf, Esther Dyson, Bob Metcalfe, Dan Gillmor, Simson L. Garfinkel, Howard Rheingold, and David Weinberger. S. Department of State, IBM, AOL, Microsoft, Intel, Google, Oracle, and Disney, among many others.
Com “The Internet will become even more organic. Wires will fade and the Net will be more like a utility—always on. ” —B. S. Department of Commerce IPv6 Task Force “Any institution that chooses to ignore or underestimate the “user drives” aspect will suffer adverse consequences…The current regime of copyright protection is an impediment to society moving forward in leveraging technological benefits and furthering creative works. Other impediments are legacy “entitlement” arrangements of traditional media, proprietary exclusionary technologies, regulatory systems that respond more readily to corporate lobbies than demonstrating responsibility to social principles.
Among them: “We will no longer be able to create technology products in a clean room void of societal interest. ” —Bradford C. Brown, Brown National Center for Technology and Law “The entire concept of information freedom will be profoundly impacted. , EContent magazine, Intranets newsletter 8 UP FOR GRABS “The Internet has created information demand that traditional publishing technologies are not capable of meeting…Search technology has changed the way information is presented and sorted. Editors have lost the control they traditionally wielded over the presentation and selection of news…Some are predicting the rise of ‘citizen journalism’ provided by the man in the street using digital technology.
Up for Grabs: The Future of the Internet (Volume 1) by Lee Rainie, Janna Quitney Anderson, Susannah Fox