Videos and Tapes on Internet Politics

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Compiled by Michel Bauwens in January 2009, based on the material available here


  1. Alain Badiou on the Politics of Resistance
  2. Andrew Rasiej on how Social Media are Transforming Democracy
  3. Barak Obama on the Use of Social Media in his Electoral Campaign
  4. Ben Rahn on Online Political Fundraising
  5. Bill Allison and Greg Elin on Open Government Initiatives
  6. Bruce Bimber on the Internet in U.S. Elections
  7. Bruce Sterling on the Estonian Cyberwar
  8. Christopher Kelty on Free Software as Culture
  9. Clay Shirky on Collective Action through Social Networking
  10. Clay Shirky on Self-organized Online Cause Groups
  11. Clay Shirky on Social Networks and Politics
  12. Clay Shirky on Social Networks and the Obama Campaign
  13. Danielle Allen on the Archeology of Internet Rumours
  14. David Sirota on the Populist Uprising in the US
  15. David Smith on a Meaningful Life Being of Use
  16. David Taylor on Radical Web Designs for Social Activism
  17. David Weinberger on Blogs and U.S. Politics
  18. David Weinberger on the Web 2.0 for Politics
  19. Eben Moglen on Free Culture after the Dotcommunist Manifesto
  20. Eben Moglen on Social Change without Coercion
  21. Eben Moglen on Universal Access to Knowledge
  22. Elisabeth and John Edwards on the Impact of the Internet on US Politics
  23. Ellen Miller on the Sunlight Foundation and Transparency in the Political Process
  24. Greg Elin on Open Data from the US Government
  25. Harald Katzmair on Developing and Implementing Social Network Campaign Strategies
  26. Heather Holdridge on Civic Online Campaigns
  27. Henry Jenkins on the Role of Civic Media in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election
  28. Howard Rheingold on Smart Mobs for Democracy
  29. Howard Rheingold on the Smart Mobs in Korea
  30. Jascha Franklin-Hodge on How Obama Really Did It
  31. Jeffrey Juris on Networking Futures
  32. Joe Trippi on Obama as Internet President
  33. Jon Warnow on Open Source Activism
  34. Jonathan Cabiria on Virtual Environments for Social Justice
  35. Jonathan Zittrain on The Future of the Internet and Civic Technologies
  36. Judith Donath on Designing Society
  37. Justin Oberman on Advocacy in the Mobile Age
  38. Karl Palmås on Panspectrocism
  39. Katrin Verclas on Using Mobile Phones for Social Change
  40. Lani Guinier on Experiments in Democracy
  41. Lawrence Lessig on Coding against Policy Corruption
  42. Lawrence Lessig on how Free Culture Needs Free Software
  43. Lawrence Lessig on the Need for Open Politics
  44. Lawrence Lessig on using Openness against the Corruption of Politics
  45. Liam Kirschner on Brilliant Swarms for Personal Transformation and Political Activism
  46. Luis Ramirez and Paloma Baytelman on the Chilean Penguin Revolution
  47. Mark Elliot on the Participatory Consultation Process for the Future of Melbourne
  48. Mark Elliott on Stigmergy, Collaboration and Citizen Wikis
  49. Mark Pesce on Hyperpolitics
  50. Markos Moulitsas Zuniga on his experience with Daily Kos
  51. Marty Kearns on Netcentric Advocacy in a Socially Networked World
  52. Matt Bai on the Web and the Next U.S. President
  53. Michael Anti on how Blogging has changed China
  54. Michael Nagler on Nonviolence
  55. Michel Bauwens on the Peer to Peer Society
  56. Michel Bauwens on the Political and Policy Aspects of P2P
  57. Nicco Mele on the Impact of Web 2.0 on Politics
  58. Paul Selker on the Obama Works Experience
  59. Pete Ashdown on Open Source Politics
  60. Ricken Patel on Trends in Global e-Advocacy
  61. Robert Fuller on Rankism
  62. Robert Hackett on Networked Advocacy
  63. Steven Lenos on e-Participation for Governments and Parliaments
  64. Todd Main on Effective Lobbying For Open Source
  65. Tom Steinberg on Innovations in Online Activism at the MySociety Project