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Video: Marshall McLuhan Lecture mit Mark Surmann

Im Rahmen der transmediale11 gab es in der kanadischen Botschaft einen Seiten-Event, wo Mark Surmann, Geschäftsführer der Mozilla Foundation, im Rahmen einer “Marshall McLuhan Lecture” über die Bedeutung eines Offenes Netzes gesprochen hat: Media, Freedom and the Web. Davon gibt es ein Video:

transmediale Marshall McLuhan Lecture 2011 by Mark Surman, Mozilla Foundation from transmediale on Vimeo.

Marshall McLuhan helped us imagine a global village over 40 years ago. Now we live in this village everyday. It’s not only mediated and connected, but also shaped by ideas about freedom and openness that we could barely have imagined in the era of television and gas guzzling automobiles. Taking a tour from McLuhan to free software pioneer Richard Stallman and Tim Berners Lee, Mozilla’s Mark Surman reflects on what the global village we’re all building together can be in this era defined by the web.

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