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Critical point of view : a Wikipedia reader

Author: Charles Matthews; Ben Yates
Publisher: Amsterdam : Institute of Network Cultures, ©2011.
Series: INC reader, no. 7.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Matthews; Ben Yates
ISBN: 9789078146131 9078146133
OCLC Number: 728530574
Notes: Title from title screen (viewed on May 17, 2011).
"The INC reader series are derived from conference contributions and produced by the Institute of Network Cultures."--Page 4.
Description: 1 online resource (384 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: The {u2018}C{u2019} in CPOV: Introduction to the CPOV Reader --
Encyclopedic Knowledge : The Argument Engine --
A Brief History of the Internet from the 15th to the 18th Century --
Generating Ambiguities: Mapping Category Names of Wikipedia to UDC Class Numbers --
Computational cultures : The lives of Bots --
The politics of forking paths --
{u2018}Good luck with your wikiPAIDia{u2019}: Reflections on the 2002 Fork of the Spanish Wikipedia. An interview with Edgar Enyedy --
Video for Wikipedia and the Open Web --
A Journey from Rough Consensus to Political Creativity: Insights from the English and German Language Wikipedias --
Outline of a Clustering Procedure and the Use of its Output --
Interventions : Wikipedia Art: Citation as Performative Act --
Questioning Wikipedia --
Diary of a Young Wikipedian --
A Brechtian Media Design: Annemieke van der Hoek{u2019}s Epicpedia --
Digital Anarchy, Social Media, and WikiLeaks --
Politics of exclusion: When Knowledges Meet: Wikipedia and Other Stories from the Contact Zone --
The Missing Wikipedians --
Wiki Space : Palimpsests and the Politics of Exclusion --
Wikipedia in India: Past, Present and Future --
User DrorK: A Call for a Free Content Alternative for Sources. An interview with Dror Kamir --
Governance & authority: The Right to Fork : A Historical Survey of De/centralization in Wikipedia --
Wikipedia and Authority --
The Wikimedia Foundation and the Governance of Wikipedia{u2019}s Infrastructure : Historical Trajectories and its Hybrid Character --
Cultural Transformations in Wikipedia {u2013} or {u2018}From Emancipation to Product Ideology{u2019}. An interview with Christian Stegbauer --
The Wikimedia Foundation and the Self-governing Wikipedia Community : A Dynamic Relationship Under Constant Negotiation --
Appendices : {u2018}WikiWars{u2019} Conference I in Bangaore --
CPOV Conference II in Amsterdam --
CPOV Conference III in Leipzig.
Series Title: INC reader, no. 7.
Other Titles: Wikipedia reader
Responsibility: edited by Geert Lovink and Nathaniel Tkacz.
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