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By - February 06, 2007

I love that this was done by a professor of anthropology.

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  1. ben says:

    True. Beautiful. Thanks John.

  2. Andy Redfern says:

    Excellent! A well produced and educational video.

  3. Dr. Pete says:

    For all of the lip service we pay to Web 2.0, it’s amazing to stop and think how much the internet has really changed in the past decade. It’s already revolutionalized almost everything we do, and yet we’ve taken it for granted in record time.

  4. JDCowboy says:

    I’m not sure the full impact of this video has yet manifest…. this should astound us all. (socially, culturally, and yes, even technologically) ++thanks for the post John++

  5. John S. says:

    That video was great. Really enjoyed it. Revolution.

  6. epictum says:

    Reminds me of this video. It kinda sounds like Garage or Fruityloops in the background there, haha. Still cool though. I like.

  7. John says:

    Cool video. Must have taken a loooong time to edit…

  8. Pat says:

    What a thought provoking piece……love that it is based in anthropology….thanks.

  9. bcoleman says:

    i teach the intro to media studies @ MIT. will bring this into the fall class. really elegant and generous.

  10. CSKnight says:

    Absolutely fantastic! Everyone should see this video!

  11. Juju says:

    Does this professor have a web site? Do you have the url?

  12. Juju says:

    Does this professor have a web site? Do you have the url?

  13. Gira says:

    Great work! – Thanks Gira

  14. rollo says:

    It’s realy true. great video! Thanks say rollo

  15. elektrorate says:

    This vid comes from one intelligent person and everything in this vid is so true…

  16. fridemar says:

    Screencasting the read/write-process


    Screencasting the read/write-process in the Web is a great presentation idea.

    Selected animated screencasting over the own write/read process in the realm of the Open Content and The Creative Commons pages encourages this new form of presentation.

    Yes, Web2.0 is for connecting people, who create and share wealth. >Google:CreatingAndSharingWealth, not only informational but also economical wealth for all participants.

    — (MyOpenId)
    The ref part serves for reconnecting social annotations back to this site.I also link it via my bloglist at the wiki based open business site:

  17. WOW…. this video is soo awsome. I love it how in a short and sweet manner, it is able to explain how the web has evolved over its short history. Great work.

  18. Frases says:

    For some time now researching on this subject and never found a matter so well written.