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Jonathan Zittrain: The Web as random acts of kindness
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29 January 2017, 08:59
Viewing this video as of 2017 I searched for the Star Wars Kid and actually, he himself revealed who he was on 2013, 4 years after the release of this video. Interestingly enough, the warning in the wiki page is still there but this time concerning the matter of defamatory editing
13 July 2014, 02:10
I think the key to expanding this kind of internet, to take over the strict and faceless aspects that are predominant now, is to educate the public, and to show everyone that the internet really does live on random acts of kindness, is made up of real people, and is not owned by someone or some company.
23 August 2013, 01:21
That little survey in the beginning was messed up, because clearly everyone who ever hitchhiked comprise of those who have only hitchhiked in the last 10 years and those who only hitchhiked over 10 years ago.
22 August 2013, 03:23
People who complain about how the internet is a filthy den of trolls and haters probably spend their time watching the mainstream media and are projecting their own experience onto something they have little experience with.
25 January 2013, 19:41
hahahaha 11:30 line about "turning everything into an ad for Rolex" is funny since Rolex ads have been at the tail end of many TED videos lately.
21 April 2012, 01:25
oh god interlacing
14 February 2012, 10:19
@caseyforever A girl from France is surfing my couch atm.
14 February 2012, 06:37
Nice job of trying to explain the motivation some have for being out here ... Forums are a good display of this, I can ask a tech question at 4 am and get a reply, for free, from someone on other side of the world ...
Jaime Chavez Estrada
14 February 2012, 06:09
Check out my video its called EsyMoney-Forever
14 February 2012, 05:26
That guy is a good speaker. Held my attention all the way through.
14 February 2012, 05:20
14 February 2012, 05:10
@ppw00 If you wish to live outside of the transformative power of selflessness and compassion, then yes, you are correct. You are whatever YOU imagine yourself to be. I am my brother's keeper and have been kept myself by some amazing human beings.
14 February 2012, 05:07
This video is awesome.
14 February 2012, 04:58
4chan /b/ that is all....
14 February 2012, 04:06
Random acts of kindness, give money to Portugal and Greece. Because, governments and kindness don't go together..
14 February 2012, 02:48
Need motivation or encouragement? Do you know a friend who needs help? Then please watch this video, and share it. watch?v=qrgP54D-C38 Depression and suicides in the world need to stop, life is too short for that.
13 February 2012, 23:25
haha craiglist hitchhiking board "killers don't plan ahead?" seriously
13 February 2012, 22:52
hey this is my teachers brother! interesting...
13 February 2012, 22:51
@Sc0tt08 Or Omegle
13 December 2011, 05:30
I love you internet
9 December 2010, 06:49
World Peace One passing it forward
30 June 2010, 05:39
19:00 Murder, yeah it can be funny.
15 March 2010, 02:12
27 February 2010, 09:14
loved the vid,could you check mine out :) keep it up!
27 February 2010, 08:27
25 January 2010, 00:02
The geeky heart of mine got warmer. What a great talk.
18 December 2009, 14:32
hey lovely video. could you check mine out? if you likre my videos ypou should subscribelol havc a niceday. keep it up.
9 November 2009, 04:10
19 October 2009, 07:25
5 October 2009, 14:12
I share your opinions myself. But the ear i tend to get from people on the idea of the venus project is more the fear being perpetrated by the "Lebertarians" and religionists. People i think love the idea of the ideal but do not want to be the first to accept this because culture is not encourraging the idea of doing something for nothing. Just have to keep trying:))
5 October 2009, 06:31
i've been a member of "couch surfing" for years. amazing. have met so many fun people and even one room mate that came from it! it strongly suggest it to everyone. meet great people, stay connected to the world, and it's EASY. you need to do NOTHING.
5 October 2009, 05:33
I'm in college studying network engineering right now. My dad has a Ph.D. in the field. Until I watched this video, I never understood the attraction. I love the internet-meme references. "Paki dickheads reroute packets, but the rest of the interwebs works together to fix the problem. Now we rejoice, able to again watch LEEEEROOOOOOOOY JEEEEEEEEEEEEENKINS!" Technology brining the world together. Even the shout of LEROY JENKINS is poetic in such a context!
1 October 2009, 20:19
I want that shirt!!! lol great talk!
1 October 2009, 03:38
in response to his theory: the internet is then just a more kinder form of suburbia.
29 September 2009, 10:51
i like this video! =D
28 September 2009, 22:04
Due to noise at my end, I couldn't understand last two word, "every information on Internet is saying is saying us ?" would be tankful if some one help me here.
26 September 2009, 06:08
boring & naive
24 September 2009, 21:11
and yet we can see that someone sent the little cardboard robot off in the wrong direction and someone else sent it back. That's your scummy hacker nice hacker conundrum.
24 September 2009, 04:32
I think we're going off task. I didn't assume corporations were men of "bestial character" conspiring anything. That wasn't the point of my argument at all. My only point was that it would be a mistake to think that the internet has no extremely significant centralized figures because it does. Every website needs a DNS server to make sure we as humans do not have to remember an IP address. That's one example of a central figure that we rely on. The financial needs was just another example.
24 September 2009, 04:12
Huh? This is the same TED i've always seen, i've been watching for months. When was the old one used?
24 September 2009, 04:08
AT&T is very small outside of America's boarders. If the company disappeared overnight, a large segment of USA's population/businesses/webservices would suddenly disappear from the internet. But the rest of the world would keep spinning as per usual, and European/Asian mirrors of most of the lost webservices would likely come online in a day or so.
24 September 2009, 03:56
Men in bath tubs crying with Mickey Mouse dolls. This is someone's fetish
24 September 2009, 03:29
Excellent new intro animation TED. So glad you just rid of that last one!
24 September 2009, 03:23
I still don't see how that doesn't prove my point. Financially it's so out of reach to the average person that in reality the internet is controlled for the most part by large ISP corporations. You'd see quite easily the effect it would have if AT&T denied access to all its servers to you even if you don't pay for their particular service to get you on the internet in the first place. And since it's so unrealistic to make your own ISP, you are technically forced to choose one.
24 September 2009, 03:16
I think you just proved it.
24 September 2009, 02:58
Great TED talk. Best explanation ever. Loved this.
24 September 2009, 02:57
In free market socialism does arise the difference is that nobody feels used. People want to be good sometimes they just a little misguided
24 September 2009, 02:45
Uh, I was referring to the fact that you could simply walk to the park even if it IS miles away. It's still a choice you could make whether or not it's ridiculous. As for the internet, even if you find a Wifi signal, SOMEONE is paying an ISP to get it up there. Every single connection must have one. You can't choose some ridiculous routes to get on the internet for free and free for all. Walking to the park is free for everyone. There's no alternative like this for the internet.
24 September 2009, 01:49
That's not an accurate analogy. You can go to the park on your own. You can't get internet access without an ISP. Whatever you think we're paying for, it's still for all intent and purposes a price as an obstacle for what we want.
24 September 2009, 01:16
Oh I understand the point. I mentioned AT&T because it's a growing example of BOTH the owner and business of the internet. If nobody owned it, it would be free to go on it. But it's not. It takes maintenance and you have to pay an ISP like AT&T which controls a massive amount of Internet traffic.