Category Archives: China

What Makes Cities Bloom and Prosper?: Connected and Cooperating People

This is the title of chapter 8 that I wrote in a book*) about “Smart Cities”, see picture. ============part of chapter===== What Makes Cities Bloom and Prosper?: Connected & Cooperating People Jaap van Till Prof Emeritus Network Architecture and Digital Infrastructures, Tildro … Continue reading

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About China’s Internet Censorship

In the Republic of China there are approx. 650 million Internet users, of which 86 % mobile. This is probably the largest online population on the planet, and all network functions within China, including education, digital business and social media … Continue reading

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L3 My keynote at the Open Source Developers Conference Australia 2014

Here are the slides of that lecture:  Lect3 KeynoteOSDC2014 JvTill7f And here is the video recording of it: https://theconnectivist.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/privacy-what-is-was-it/ Its objective was to inspire. Jaap van Till, Connectivist and #Btwiener

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C5 “Alphabets of Life”: great book about our common cultural roots

1. I recommend you read this amazing book about alphabet characters and languages by genius librarian Kim Veltman : http://www.alphabetsoflife.com/   charting the common roots of our culture. Characters are components of languages which Dr. Veltman, director of the Virtual McLuhan Institute … Continue reading

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