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Lecture 4

CCT360H5 Lecture 4: LEC #4

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Department
Communication, Culture and Technology
Course Code
CCT360H5
Professor
Shanta Nathwani

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LEC #4 27/09/2016 Guest Speaker: Meagan Hanes (@mhanes) - The world wide web is revolutionary o Why? Brief History - Web 1995-2005 - When you wanted to make a website, it was much harder - Needed to know HTML and CSS – no systems available o Needed to buy software and education ($$$) to make website o No other options – no dreamweaver, website builders - 1995: when people started getting connected – introduction of PCs o internet cafes o what was wrong with this? Why did it need to change? o 1995-2000 – driven by commercialism, Yahoo bought everything and deleted many of its tiny sites Now… - how open tech frees the world - Someone created a website, disappeared, and someone else took the code, and with th the help of others, created WordPress 1.0 (now in 29 iteration) - Re-envisioning code creation - Website exist to “do” – sell, connect, achieve goals, etc. Free Software (speech and beer) - Cost of $0 helps - Freedom of speech o Back then if you were to use software like dreamweaver and criticize government, you could get your licence revoked o Now you have the freedom to do whatever you want with it The GPL - General Public Licence - free software license, which guarantees end users the freedom to run, study, share and modify the software o #0: run - freedom to use the software for whatever you want o #1: modify - you are given the source code and can modify o #2: study - you can look a
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