These are first thoughts for the curriculum - would anyone else like to suggest their own favourites? In particular, it's not hard to find fun videos on file sharing, privacy and social networking sites (indeed web 2.0 in general) - but I could do with help on less obvious stuff like e-contracting, e-commerce or other aspects of IP??
here's my starting favourites!
The machine is us - Web 2.0 changes everything
"FriendFace" (IT Crowd) - web 2.0 - social networks and privacy
The Facebook Song
Wikipedia, editing the umlaut - web 2.0 and distributed editing
What is web 2.0? an educationalperspective - intro to web 2.0
Big Brother State - privacy & surveillance
The Last Enemy extract - life as an un person in an ID card world
ACLU pizza delivery - private/public data collection and privacy
4chords (Axis of Awesome) - creativity, mash ups, copyright, parody
Filesharing RIAA parody ad (IT Crowd) - filesharing and P2P
3 minute medley on the music wars(from TED)
Content and tubes
The Internet is For Porn - self explanatory
Net Neutrality, Lessig-style - infrastructure
David Scharf's "Big Brother State" is a superb introduction to pervasive surveillance:
The Machine is Us/ing Us is a good one for getting student attention: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g
I've been trying to put together an Alice & Bob animation for PKI secure e-commerce, but alas it's still on the drawing board and may not be premiere'd until well after you and I both retire!
I still like RhettandLinks's Facebook song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSnXE2791yg
I'd like to contact you about digital assets and dying, but the email address in your profile doesn't seem to be working.
If you sent your phone number to cnicholson at nytimes dot com, I'd be glad to give you a call.
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