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The Gentrification of the Internet, Jessa Lingel - Shared screen with speaker view
KAllman
15:32
Thanks, sadly, I do not have a webcam so my screen will be blank and I do not have a mic.
Jessa Lingel (she/hers)
16:31
@KAllman, no worries, thanks for letting us know! :)
camelia
18:26
Alas, no camera on our library computers. But I'll call in.
Amelia Rodarte (she/her)
42:59
I remember StumbleUpon!
camelia
51:01
Good analogy. What's the equivalent of being pioneers-ish and leaving the whole region?
KAllman
57:59
Thank you this was thought provoking.
Erik Sugg
58:31
Wonderful perspectives. In your opinion what is the best way to fight online hate groups, like white nationalism, neo Nazism, etc.? I know de-platforming is useful, but I'm curious if there are any are initiatives in development?
Erik Sugg
59:06
"any other" ^ sorry ;)
Liz Siler
59:40
Bella Thorne
Jessie Jones (she/her)
01:00:04
Thank you, Jessa! I missed a bit in the middle because I got to give a big Harry Potter fan a copy of the illustrated Goblet of Fire :) but I look forward to review the recording soon.
tye
01:01:45
In terms of actual physical infrastructure, have you looked at where the server farms for all the data mining are placed?
KAllman
01:03:43
Prior to becoming a librarian, I was a certified paralegal. I worked on multiple cases where evidence gathered from the defendents comments on online platforms (Myspace at the time)were used in the prosecution. My question is how do you feel about gentrification and how it will come in conflict with both civil and criminal law?
Kyle Denlinger
01:04:19
Jessa, thanks for the great talk. I’m wondering how some of your observations might apply to education technologies, where the majority of users (students) have greatly reduced agency in shaping policies, and have no real options for leaving. I too worry about this kind of gentrification limiting folks’ ability to imagine a possible future, and this is especially true for edtech
Jeffrey Todd Nuckolls
01:04:49
I would rather issues of free speech be decided in courts of law not just up to the whim and caprice of multi-billion dollar corporations.
Daniel S. (he/him)
01:07:52
I did not know about cable overbuilding/dark fiber, thank you!
Ali
01:08:02
Do you have any suggestions for how organizations (like libraries) could create or facilitate better online spaces?
Jessie Jones (she/her)
01:08:14
would dark fiber solve some of the digital divide issues in small towns and rural areas?
Kyle Denlinger
01:13:04
The difference being, of course, that Sakai isn’t monetizing that data
Jessie Jones (she/her)
01:13:42
talk about test anxiety!
Kyle Denlinger
01:14:23
Yeah, of course. Thanks!
Dawn
01:14:46
Thank you!
Gregory Hill
01:14:47
Thanks so much!
Erik Sugg
01:14:59
Thanks so much, Jessa! I'll get your book into our libraries!
Abigail Wickes
01:14:59
thanks so much, I learned a lot!
Siuki Wong
01:15:06
Thank you for the presentation.
Sarah Sever
01:15:08
Thank you! That was fascinating.
camelia
01:15:12
Great talk! Look forward to your book and see you on Tumblr :-)