click here to startUse It or Lose It: Defending the Internet from Commercial Information Pollution

Presented by Jan Hauser
PLANETWORK
Conference
May 12, 2000

 

Table of Contents

Use It or Lose It: Defending the Internet from Commercial Information Pollution

The Internet - A Truly New Form Of Communication

The Internet - A Truly New Form Of Communication (continued)

Radio

Telephone

Different in Both Form and Function?

Internet Narrow-Casting Dynamic

Some Properties of Narrow-Casting

What about Radio and TV ownership?

The Problem: Recap on today's government and traditional communication media...

Our worst problem: Ignorance or Apathy?

But technology changes things, sometimes in very big , and unexpected ways...

Shift Happens

Is the WWW/Internet Happening?

Where is this (Internet Stuff) Happening?

So you think we need change ... (or you wouldn't be here, right?)

Let me suggest...

Where we live...

Let us Muse...

Internet Narrow-Casting Is Not Contaminated - Yet

Some money may be required to operate

Change of Values, Evaluation, Mechanism and ëNormsí

Let's Try an Example of Something New

Let's use our human intellect again to INVENT a blend of some new information technology and change in cultural norms together for a new result -- really effective Ride Sharing

Three Parts:

This is a combined GPS, Wireless Internet, and Color PDA Recently introduced into Japan and currently in use in Japan This product name is: Locatio

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This is the second component (Perhaps you have seen some of these around)

Third Component: Dynamic Ride Brokering Software

Third Component: Dynamic Ride Brokering Software (continued)

Economic and Cultural Aspects

New Token Economy Features

Could this really happen?

Could this really happen? (continued)

Memes, Tipping Points, Paradigm Shifts

Tipping Points, Paradigm Shifts

Ridesharing Paradigm Shift

Similar Idea for Automotive "Fleets"

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The Corbin Merlin

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You Can Be the New Innovators!

Four Big Takeaways

Thanks!

Author: Jan Hauser

Email: jan@janhauser.com

Home Page: www.janhauser.com

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