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The Unacknowledged Convergence of Open Source, Open Access, Open Science (2005) (firstmonday.org)
42 points by chsasank 41 days ago | past | 3 comments
What motivates the authors of video game walkthroughs and FAQs? (firstmonday.org)
99 points by miobrien 47 days ago | past | 61 comments
What motivates the writers of video game walkthroughs and FAQs? (firstmonday.org)
1 point by imposterr 3 months ago | past
Cons in the panopticon: Anti–globalization and cyber–piracy (firstmonday.org)
2 points by seusscat 7 months ago | past
Ten Years of WhatsApp: The Role of Chat App in Formation, Mobilization of Online (firstmonday.org)
3 points by infodocket 9 months ago | past
How Candidates in the 2014 European Parliament Elections Campaigned on Twitter (firstmonday.org)
1 point by gargs 11 months ago | past
Internet Research Agency Twitter activity predicted 2016 US election polls (firstmonday.org)
1 point by anigbrowl on July 1, 2019 | past
Stewardship in the “Age of Algorithms” (2017 by Clifford Lynch) (firstmonday.org)
3 points by boshomi on May 4, 2019 | past
The global gig economy: Towards a planetary labour market? (firstmonday.org)
2 points by mooreds on Apr 1, 2019 | past
Cyber Pearl Harbor (firstmonday.org)
14 points by mooreds on Mar 1, 2019 | past | 8 comments
Agile research (firstmonday.org)
1 point by runningmike on Jan 11, 2019 | past
Sharing by proxy: Invisible users in the sharing economy (firstmonday.org)
1 point by runningmike on Nov 6, 2018 | past
Content is Not King (2001) (firstmonday.org)
3 points by joak on Sept 23, 2018 | past
Emoji as a 'language' of cuteness (firstmonday.org)
1 point by raleighm on Sept 6, 2018 | past
Nerd vs. bro: Geek privilege, idiosyncrasy, and triumphalism (firstmonday.org)
3 points by reagle on Jan 2, 2018 | past | 1 comment
Tools for Jimmying Experience: Conceptual Speed Dating on Facebook (firstmonday.org)
1 point by tacon on Dec 9, 2017 | past
The mentality of Homo interneticus: Some Ongian postulates (2004) (firstmonday.org)
8 points by acsillag on Sept 23, 2017 | past | 2 comments
The Attention Economy and the Net (1997) (firstmonday.org)
73 points by jpelecanos on Aug 17, 2017 | past | 6 comments
The rise of reading analytics and the emerging calculus of reading privacy (firstmonday.org)
1 point by nabla9 on Apr 28, 2017 | past
The Usability of Open Source Software (2003) (firstmonday.org)
1 point by jarmitage on Mar 28, 2017 | past
Automating power: Social bot interference in global politics (firstmonday.org)
2 points by phreeza on Feb 7, 2017 | past
The ethics of unbreakable encryption (firstmonday.org)
1 point by mooreds on Feb 1, 2017 | past
Automating power: Social bot interference in global politics (firstmonday.org)
1 point by raverbashing on Jan 27, 2017 | past
Study: Social bots distort the U.S. Presidential online discussion (firstmonday.org)
1 point by hairy_man674 on Nov 8, 2016 | past
Automating Power: Social Bot Interference in Global Politics (firstmonday.org)
1 point by putdat on Apr 21, 2016 | past
The Hi-Tech Gift Economy (2005) (firstmonday.org)
4 points by putdat on Apr 21, 2016 | past | 1 comment
“Free as in sexist?” Free culture and the gender gap (2012) (firstmonday.org)
1 point by edward on Dec 14, 2015 | past
Technology and Pleasure Considering Hacking Constructive (firstmonday.org)
2 points by terminalcommand on Sept 2, 2015 | past
Redefining privacy and anonymity through social networking affordances (firstmonday.org)
1 point by kneth on July 9, 2015 | past
Enclosing the public domain: The restriction of public domain books (firstmonday.org)
37 points by walterbell on Dec 31, 2014 | past | 8 comments

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