Tag Archives: Bruns

From citizen feedback to the problem of ties

(via Gatewatching) – The Australian government’s Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (DBCDE) has recently launched its public blog, entitled “Digital Economy Future Directions.” The Australian Government is working on a “roadmap for Australian businesses, househoulds and government … Continue reading

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Hyperlocal citizen journalism

Here you can find an interesting paper from Bruns, Wilson and Saunders, exploring the roles that citizen journalism might assume in a networked media system. It is less revolutionary as Bruns’ article on the networked ideal model of deliberative democracy. … Continue reading

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A quick update

Finally I have finished my reply to Axel Bruns’ article discussing a networked model for political deliberation. You can find it in the “Papers” section of this blog; your comments are more than welcome. In not really related news, I … Continue reading

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Monday reader

Before a recap of the weekend headlines, here are two articles probably worthy of your attention: Axel Bruns on the present of journalism in Australia; and Alexander van Elsas on the “free” web2.0 business model.

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Visualizing cultural patterns

I’m being very uningenious with the title of this entry, which I simply copied from Axel Bruns. In a quite interesting blogpost, he writes about the latest apparent trend in cultural studies: the analysis of cultural trends (all across the … Continue reading

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A great blog on citizen journalism

Axel Bruns from the Queensland University of Technology runs an excellent blog on matters related to citizen journalism (and to blogs in particular). He just posted an entry about the publication of a couple of new articles, one of which … Continue reading

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