Shirky Vs Morozov
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Evgeny Morozov (2010) Evgeny Morozov (born 1984 in Soligorsk , Belarus [ 1 ] ) is a writer and researcher who studies political and social implications of technology.
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On 15 June 2009, while thousands of Iranians were streaming on to the streets of Tehran to protest against the disputed results of the presidential election, Jared Cohen, an official in the US state department, quietly sent an email to Twitter. Despite coming from the youngest member of America's foreign policy arm – Cohen was just 27 at the time – it was surprisingly serious.
Evgeny Morozov is perhaps the most skilled contemporary practitioner of the rhetoric of contempt. He seeks to win arguments (and attention) by treating ideas he dislikes with scorn and ridicule and by treating their proponents with mockery and cruelty. He encourages this behavior in others.
By EVGENY MOROZOV Associated Press
As it did during the recent shootings in Arizona, the Twitter network provided a ringside seat for another major news event on Friday — the overthrow of a corrupt government in the African nation of Tunisia , after weeks of protests over repression and economic upheaval.
Cory Doctorow est souvent traduit sur ce blog car c’est l’une des rares personnalités qui pense l’Internet et agit en conséquence pour qu’il conserve ses promesses initiales d’ouverture et de partage.
Tim O’Reilly’s crazy talk Evgeny Morozov
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Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations is a book by Clay Shirky published by Penguin Press in 2008 which evaluates the effect of the Internet on modern group dynamics .
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Clay Shirky (born 1964 [ 2 ] ) is an American writer, consultant and teacher on the social and economic effects of Internet technologies.
Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age is a 2010 non-fiction book by Clay Shirky .
Clay Shirky: Let a thousand flowers bloom to replace newspapers; don’t build a paywall around a public goodBut I think Clay’s ideas are worth hearing in toto , so using audio from the Shorenstein Center, we’ve made a transcript of his entire talk. If you’d like, while you’re reading, you can listen to the audio in the player below, or download the MP3 .
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