Robert Harm talks about the potential of Open Data. Important point: it’s not enough when data is accessible “somehow” – open data requires structures and data models that make juggling those bits and bytes easy.
“(…) high-tech or digital products would be regarded as essentially culture-free products (…)” – “However, this notion needs to be revised.”
This post is a follow up to Susanne’s earlier post. It was great. It is an extremely important notion that we should focus our attention on where the masses are where WE are instead of where the masses are somewhere else.
Hang on – There is still culture, there are still habits
The main thesis to be discussed here, revolves around the idea that even though the Internet is said of being global and international, it just isn’t.