For the majority of today’s web users, the launch of an open-sourced web browser in 1997 means little. How do we make open web principles relevant for them and the two-thirds of the world who will be joining the Internet over the next decade? What do we need to change in how we design, talk about and and govern the Internet?
* Seamus Kraft, OpenGov Foundation
* Mark Surman, Mozilla Foundation
* Elise Hu, NPR, moderator
Important addendum by Willow Brugh and Seamus Craft, "Teachable Moments in Civic Media": civic.mit.edu/blog/willowbl00/teachable-moments-in-civicmedia
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