Escape to planet Aerth

Escape to planet Aerth

A story about a parallel universe, a parallel version of our planet and a better architecture for the social web.

I gave this talk at beyond tellerrand in Düsseldorf, Germany on May 19, 2014: http://2014.beyondtellerrand.com/

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Bastian Allgeier

May 22, 2014
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  1. Escape to planet Aerth

  2. RWW

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  5. Fragmentation

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  8. Aerth

  9. git checkout -b better_web

  10. mail@example.com Mailbox example.com Databox mail@example.com example.com

  11. 4123131.t-online.de

  12. schantalle.web.de

  13. suchpersonal.domain

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  17. example.com/pics/2014/05/19/btconf.jpg example.com/id/friends.vcard example.com/avatar.jpg example.com/sites/amazon.com/wishlist.json

  18. -rw-rw-rw-

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  20. for:family for:friends for:others

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  23. connection with your OS

  24. social graph + communication in apps

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  26. Developer’s candy store

  27. The rise of client-side web apps

  28. Authentication is handled by the browser

  29. window.identity.request([ ! ! ‘fullName’, ! ! ‘street’, ! ! ‘zip’,

    ! ! ‘location’, ! ! ‘country’ ]);
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  31. Device-independent sessions

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  33. Private messaging

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  36. The internet of things

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  39. +

  40. We cannot change the past

  41. We can change the future

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  44. The web of choices

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  46. No compromises!

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  48. redecentralize.org

  49. “Cheer up motherfucker” James Hetfield

  50. decentralizecamp.com

  51. The next big thing will be a billion small things

  52. Thank you! @bastianallgeier