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The future of the net

WEBCAST / MIT Media Lab professor Judith Donath, Berkman fellow Gene Koo, visiting assistant professor at Northeastern School of Law Wendy Seltzer, and Berkman co-founder Jonathan Zittrain discuss their visions of the net ten years from now.
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Innovation, interoperability IP

Brad Smith, General Counsel for Microsoft, addressed a seminar on this topic. (The video of the speech and the discussion that followed is no longer available)
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Copyright and access to knowledge

VIDEO ? Mary Wong discusses the growing discourse around such topics as "the commons," "free culture," and "open content." She addresses the extent to which these terms are rhetoric or signals of change; how "openness" can be stunted by lack of clarity in copyright standards...
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The history of digital community, in less than 7 minutes

Global Voices co-founder and Berkman Fellow Ethan Zuckerman delivers a magnificent, breathless history of digital community. Reaching back to the mid-60s and ARPANET, Ethan makes a propulsive case for the foundational role of communications between people -- email, chat, MUDs, MySpace, more -- in the...
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Web for development

Service-oriented ICT, website evaluation, multilingual websites, accessibility and internet broadcasting are all topics discussed at this third annual conference at UN Headquarters in New York. All sessions from the conference are available for viewing.
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Asia Pacific master blogging challenge

The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific hosts some of the world's most prominent Asia-themed academic blogs including New Mandala, East Asia Forum and South Asia Masala. Blogging breaks new ground for many academics. Its immediacy, the opportunities to take ideas to a wide...
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Richard Denniss in conversation with Greens Leader Senator Bob Brown

Greens Leader Senator Bob Brown joins The Australia Institute's Executive Director Dr Richard Denniss at Politics in the Pub to discuss 'Greening Government'. Duration: 15 min 22 sec.
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Beyond the box office: understanding audiences in a multi-screen world

Full presentations from an industry forum held to discuss Screen Australia's research into the size and shape of Australian screen audiences. The research analysed patterns of screen media consumption in Australia, helping to understand shifts in media participation and offering never-before-published insights into consumption of...
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Time tunnel tests climate change crops

Scientists at the CSIRO are investigating how different wheat traits perform under projected climate conditions using tunnel houses specially designed to mimic the environment of 2050. Duration: 4:34
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Falling patent quality hits innovation

The quality of patent filings has fallen dramatically over the past two decades. The rush to protect even minor improvements is overburdening patent offices and reduces the potential for breakthrough inventions, according to the Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2011.