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The futures of communication

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Jerry Michalski

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We industrialized
everything
Designed for efficiency and scale
Designed from mistrust
Perfected CMMC
Language of war & cattle drive
Consumerized
everything
Snip!
And CMMC breaks things...
Connect
Build bridges
Disciplines
Groups
Foster discourse
Be a Trusted Ally
Today's race:

Consumerism (CMMC)

Techno-Utopianism

The Relationship Economy
The Futures of Communication
by Jerry Michalski @jerrymichalski
at the University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Friday, Feb. 13, 2015

3 Big Claims
Children are curious
People are trustworthy
We were smart before
2 Big Forces:
Institutional
Barriers have fallen
Things stay put
(Persistence)
Zero Marginal Cost
Society
We used to trust
We lost that trust
Our modern lenses
The "Appeal to Tradition" Fallacy
Short-term incentives everywhere
Paychecks
Amnesia (no history, no context)
Our infrastructure is broken
Stocks and Flows
All flow now: blogs, Twitter, news, Tumblr, Instagram, Tinder...
6 Forces
Spinning out of control
What's real?
Fauxthenticity
Spin
Misinformation
Surkov!
The info/entertainment business models helped make us amnesic
Denial of Discourse Attacks
Key RE concepts
Reputation, credibility
Trustworthiness, authenticity
Meaning, purpose, values
Design from Trust, Trusted Ally
Vulnerability is ok!
Design for bad actors later
Taking back agency
What if we trusted you?
So let's rethink:
Media
Journalism
PR
Learning
Media is Dangerous
Problem + Solution
Remember
Shared memory
Explore new forms of collaborative sensemaking
Prezi + Brain + Wikis + ???
Journalism is delaminating!
Public Relationships
Lifelong learning (mostly free)
Universities' value:
Know people
Mentoring
Nexus for tackling big problems
Refine the tools and the knowledge
Mind the Commons
"What gets us into trouble
is not what we don't know,
it's what we know for sure
that just ain't so."
-- Mark Twain (or not)

Dystopian Futures
Every laptop, tablet and phone is a...
and much more
Investigative
Infotainment
Citizen/blogosphere
Advertising
Technology
Society
Indigenous
Wisdom
Canon
Change
Personal
Small Group
Cultural
Collective
all simultaneously
"It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it" 
-- Upton Sinclair
Why do we fail to see what's going on?
The Surveillance State
Coaches
Teachers
Scientists
Authors
Filmmakers
Curators
Critics
Reviewers
Recommenders
Designers
Influencers
Artists
Journalists
Citizens
Free
Open
Social
Abundant
Emergent
Thrivable
Stalk or Serve?
Villemard's 1910 Postcards
Not mere "consumers"
Consumer Mass-Market Capitalism
Implications
Why did we lose trust?
Why don't citizens vote?
Why are students apathetic?
Why are employees unmotivated?
My Brain
Century of the Self
17 years
one concept map
in context
everything I care about
Support
Invent better ways for creators to make a living
So their works can go freely into the Commons
(Artform)
Curate
Filters, judgment, credibility
Not just facts and reason
Points of view
Narratives, emotions, empathy
Anti-Vaxxers
Climate Change
Russia in the Ukraine
Libraries
If I were you...
Rhetoric • Discourse • Ethics • Digital Humanities
Examples of the Relationship Economy
Open source software
Open content databases
Unschooling
Traffic calming
Unconferences, Open Space
Microfinance
The Sharing Economy
Worker cooperatives
+
The fighting Temeraire tugged to her last berth to be broken up, 1838
The spaces of reconnection, capacity and memory.
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