Participation, Design, Search: How the Internet is Transforming

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Michael Maier, former Shorenstein Fellow and founder and CEO of the German company Blogform Publishing, joined the Berkman Luncheon Series on September 25 to present on the next generation of digital media platforms in his talk: “Participation, Design, Search: How the Internet is Transforming.”

Michael’s thoughts centered on the idea that digital magazines are starting to pick up, by bringing editorial structure and integrated publishing. Search will not remain Google’s monopoly. The Internet is transforming from an experimental space to a quite mature and professional platform. The next generation (which is today’s) of innovation will introduce more sustainable models and hence change the old media much more than the shockwaves of Web 1.0.

Runtime: 1:03:30, size: 320×240, 176MB, .MOV, H.264 codec

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  1. contentious.com - links for 2007-10-28

    October 28, 2007 @ 8:20 am

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    […] MediaBerkman : Participation, Design, Search: How the Internet is Transforming Great podcast I just listened to exploring the overlap and differentiation of blogs, media, journalism, citizen journalism, and participatory media. (tags: podcast media media+evolution media+literacy journalism citizen+journalism blogs future tidbits+fodder) […]

  2. Let the Source be with you « Cyber Liberties Initiative

    October 28, 2007 @ 10:40 am

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    […] the instance of Maier choosing not to use MySpace due to its poor design [video available here:http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediaberkman/2007/10/03/participation-design-search-how-the-internet-is...].  At the FSOSS talks, time and again the emphasis was on the user and the purpose of the […]

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