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By Sarah Roberts on Feb 9th, 2011
In his article, "Surveillance in the Digital Enclosure," author and scholar Mark Andrejevic takes on the task of questioning the often-idyllic and...
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By Ruby Sinreich on Apr 9th, 2010
HASTAC is preparing to embark on another web site development journey. We're looking for developers to help us fix a few pressing problems here on...
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By Gerry Canavan on Mar 10th, 2011
Two pieces separately crossed my screen today that each offer provocative challenges to the abiding sense of optimism, even triumphalism, that...
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By Brett Walters on Mar 11th, 2007
The GIS and mapping panel provided a small overview of spatial technologies. The panelists hoped for a visually-defined landscape of the web,...
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By Cathy Davidson on Dec 17th, 2007
This is a reblog from Chris Kelty's posting on Savage Minds on Wikipedia's recent announcement of its own version of Wikipedia. knolcats: i?m in ur...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jun 28th, 2008
Google Book Search now indicates what books are still under copyrightand what ones are not. As Cameron Parkins says on the Creative Commons website,...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jul 28th, 2008
 Exciting news about the unveiling of a new search engine, Cuil ("cool")developed by former Google employee Anna Patterson that promises toyield more...
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