From the #mediaX2015 Conference “Writing the Code for Personal Relevance”; Monica Lam, Professor of Computer Science, Director of MobiSocial Lab at Stanford University, explains why sharing is broken today and how the use of the open platform Omlet can help fix the current situation. To share today, we have to get our friends to join some social network, share according to the rules of that network, while giving up ownership of our data. Why can’t we just share anything we want with any group of friends, directly from our phones to theirs, without worrying about creepy ads?
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