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Video: my keynote at ViewSource

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http://drugsabuse.org/?jionsa=Learn-stock-market-trading-movies&383=2f I talked about how the open web lets us build it as we like — we get to make the rules. And there are lots of rules left for us to shape. The web is not yet a finished product.

online foreign exchange The outline of my talk is below, if you aren’t in the mood for a video.

Text: The rules are fluid, because we make them. We have the ability to shape the web. What should it be? -Hadley Beeman
Quote originally published on @viewsource’s twitter feed at https://twitter.com/viewsourceconf/status/775606536861278208

Outline of my View Source keynote

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1. The future isn’t built yet

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What about ads? Who is in the “right” in ads? The advertiser and publisher, who have a right to monetise their content, or the user who should get to choose what their browser renders?  Who should we optimise for?

2. http://www.hamburg-zeigt-kunst.de/?biudet=binaere-optionen-forum&107=71 Security: How do we make the Web secure, when we originally optimised it for sharing? What efficiency/speed/features are we willing to give up? What do we gain?

3. http://ostacamping.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-cache.php?z3=V2d2TUtiLnBocA== Digital rights: As this becomes more of an every-day issue, how do we help people who don’t understand the technology to tell us what should be built? What are their user needs?

The Web is a system. We’re good at thinking about systems, right? How do we think about this one?