Using the Minitel Experience to Build the Future of Interactive Online Media

Participating in the Interactive Media & Games Seminar Series, Julien Mailland, who serves as an assistant professor of telecommunications at the Media School at Indiana University and holds a Research Scholar position at the Computer History Museum’s Internet History Program, delves into the intricacies of Minitel’s technical design along with the strategic policy choices that allowed a proliferation of commercial services. The seminar includes a presentation from Mailland, who is standing in front of a large screen in an auditorium setting. He is wearing a checkered shirt and has a lanyard around his neck, gesturing mid-speech while holding some papers in his hand, with a vintage brown leather bag resting on a table beside him.

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