Tag: Google

Value Creation Through Digital Commons: Complicating the Discourse

How do producers of digital commons establish relations with the market, and how do they create economic value through their practices? An attempt to go beyond common misconceptions is done through looking at the phenomenon of “open movies” production within the 3D Blender and 2D Synfig animation communities.

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In Fair Use, Freedom Does Not Equal Progress

An appeal of fair use case Cariou v. Prince (2013) has implications far beyond the art world, into the digital and other forms of media, while also raising the issue of what is moral in fair use, not just legal.

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The Cost of Interfaces

Boycotting Facebook is getting harder, particularly because of the complete invisibility and unawareness of the nature of the social networking site to its members.

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The Google+ Assignment—Evaluation

Using Google+ for student assignments in a TV genre class would, ideally, link learning with social technologies students are already using, and spur students to consume social media more critically. As with all experiments there was some success and some failure.

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