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Mailing list operated by the Institute for Distributed Creativity since September 2004.

Themes
  • MySpace staff cuts [1]
  • work, play, praxis [2]
  • Labor in Second Life [3]
  • "recursive publics" [4]
  • The internet that is not one [5]
  • mediation [6]
  • The Internet as Playground and Factory [7]
  • digital labor and populations [8]
  • where's the labour in software studies? [9]
  • Exploitation [10]
  • The New Socialism [11]
  • Play and Counterpower [12]
  • Class and the Internet, New Capitalism, and (True New) Socialism for the 21st Century [13]
  • Fetish and Trauma: "Communicative Capitalism" [14]
  • Mining the Military-Academic-Industrial Complex in a Poetic-Serious Fashion [15]
  • Spy on Your Workers with Google Latitude [16]
  • "Wikipedia Art" [17]
  • A Modest Proposal: Let's get rid of the teachers [18]
  • Strategic usage of folksonomies: a case study [19]
  • A Reflection on the Activist Strategies in the Web 2.0 Era [20]
  • Are We Google's Paint? [21]
  • Net (dot) Geo. The emergence of the geospatial web [22]
  • "Creative labor", The People Formerly Known as the Employers [23]
  • Free Manuals for Free Software [24]
  • The 50-Year Computer [25]
  • The Politics of Perception [26]
  • Back to materiality? [27]
  • User Labor [28]
  • Facebook Connect [29]
  • Wafaa Bilal: Speech in a Democracy [30]
  • semantic overlay term [31]
  • if AI were a reality, which, currently, it is not [32]
  • Labor and value [33]
  • The wisdom of the few? [34]
  • One Laptop Per Child - MIT/Negroponte Initiative [35], [36], [37]
  • voting as an act of citizenship, perhaps? [38]
  • Social Ethics, Social Aesthetics, Social Beauty [39]
  • Media dies more slowly than some would like [40]
  • ethics [41]
  • The right questions for creative collectives [42]
  • Trebor Scholz and Paul Hartzog: Toward a critique of the social web [43]
  • netporn midlife crisis? [44]
  • Shelf Life [45]
  • Notworking online collaboration in science and education [46]
  • looking for social media scholars.. [47]
  • how long is a piece of string? [48]
  • Fan labor [49]
  • What is Left? / What Does a Distributed Politics Look Like? [50]
  • seed patents, Indian farmer suicides, and the future of Iraq [51]
  • Notes Toward a Theory of Ludocapitalism (O Rly?) [52]
  • Second Life case studies [53]
  • On Immaterial Labour, Immaterial Labor and life beyond utility [54]
  • media curating lists as pedagogical, exploratory and speculative texts [55]
  • Don Tapscott's Wikinomics: A Dismal Netology? [56]
  • media curating as montage [57]
  • Keen as amateur media theorist [58]
  • Online silence and “infomania” [59]
  • Course: The Social Web (Web 2.0: What went wrong?) [60]
  • Spammer de la Silicon Valley [61]
  • New Network Theory Post-Conference Thoughts [62]
  • Everything is Misc [63]
  • Will you delete your Feedburner account? [64]
  • Game Art [65]
  • Art Basel: Signs of a Broken Food Chain [66]
  • Writing about the sociable web [67]
  • viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace [68]
  • the politics of journalism [69]
  • From Counter Culture to Cyber Culture [70]
  • Agency (was Re: THE ANTI WEB 2.0 MANIFESTO) [71]
  • Introducing: Real Costs & Oil Standard [72]
  • Internet Tough Guys [73]
  • global rights expropriation in the intersection between the industrial and the information ages [74]
  • Report on ePoetry 2007, Paris [75]
  • MySpace as hotbed of media activism [76]
  • Art, Lifestyle & Globalisation Questions [77], [78]
  • A critique of sociable web media [79]
  • A critique of naturalized capitalism [80]
  • Bloggers Code of Conduct [81]
  • THE ANTI WEB 2.0 MANIFESTO (Andrew Keen) [82]
  • An Inconvenient Youth and Second Life [83]
  • Virtual Worlds, Education, & Labor [84]
  • Howard Rheingold on Education in SL [85]
  • Some thoughts on Jean Baudrillard [86]
  • Second Life as educational tool [87]
  • How does social media educate? [88]
  • old social architectures [89]
  • partial vs. peripheral attention [90]
  • The Ethics of Participation [91]
  • The Ethics of Leisure [92]
  • Praxis-based Ph.D.s [93]
  • sharing "new media" curricula/potentials [94]
  • The Bronx Blog Project [95]
  • "New Media" Programs [96]
  • How to overcome continuous partial attention [97]
  • play, open-ended research, post-critical approaches [98]
  • animism and such [99]
  • Speaking of techgnosis, read that Stewart Brand thing. That is just amazing social history [100]
  • Architecture and Situated Technologies [101], [102], [103]
  • reading list // religious mediated spaces [104]
  • Interactive City: irrelevant mobile entertainment? [105]
  • The "electricity" of near future participation [106]
  • Some things about performance [107]
  • Cities, Speculation, and the Non-addressable [108]
  • Atoms, Bits, and Ubiquity [109]
  • The Current War and The Will of the People [110]
  • Interactive City: irrelevant mobile entertainment? [111]
  • The Participatory Challenge [112]
  • Public Sphere Polka [113]
  • Where have all the women gone? [114]
  • On participation [115]
  • Anxiety, Comfort, and Play in Public Places [116]
  • Citizen reports [117]
  • Collective Action [118]
  • Net Neutrality [119]
  • Against Web 2.0 [120]
  • Who's afraid of Web 2.0? [121]
  • Lev Manovich on Remix Culture [122]
  • Curating New Media Art [123]
  • On Interdisciplinarity. An Interview with Simon Penny
  • Undermining open source: iTunes U [124]
  • Net autonomy [125]
  • The Social Machine of Events [126]
  • Gated Knowledge Communities [127]
  • Doing away with universities? [128]
  • The Lure of Internet2 [129]
  • lambda lambda lamda [130]
  • Ars Electronica [131]
  • Conferencing Formats and Welome to Marc Tuters [132]
  • Activism now and [133]
  • Art [134]
  • Vision [135]
  • Activist Media Landscape [136]
  • Social information overload/time [137]
  • REFRESH! conference, some impressions (panelism + powerpoint) [138]
  • interesting article on new media scene in LA [139]
  • Tenure and access to knowledge [140]


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