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(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
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
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
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.
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