Patrick Petersen interviewde op #eday10 in Rotterdam succesvol schrijver Douglas Rushkoff over zijn 10 commandments:
10 biases of digital media/commands
1. Time. Thou shall not be always on. We are turning an asynchronous net as always on. He encouraged saying â€œMy time is mine.â€
2. Distance. Thou shalt not do from a distance what can be done in person. Using long distance in short distance situations. Donâ€™t use distance learning in localized context.
3. Scale â€“ the Internet is biased to scale up. Exalt the particular. Not everything scales, should scale or needs to scale.
4. Discrete â€“ everything is a choice. You may always choose none of the above. Sites like Facebook promote forced choice, you have to choose from a set of options.
5. Complexity â€“ the net reduces complexity. Thou shalt never be completely right.
6. Non-corporeal â€“ out of body. Thou shalt not be anonymous. Rushkoff says â€œwork against tendency of the net to promote anonymity.â€ Anonymity encourages becoming part of polarized mobs with no sense of consequence, it side steps prejudices. It is liberating to promote yourself online.
7. Contact is king (not content). Remember the humans. â€œSocial marketing is an oxymoron.â€
8. Abstraction â€“ as above, so not below. Print abstracts text from the scribe. Hypertext takes it a step further.
9. Openness. Thou shalt not steal. When there is no social contract, openness can continue until there is no one left to give things away. Nothing is free.
choise paper writer10. End users â€“ technology is biased toward consumers. Programmed or be programmed.