lotu5 on Thu, 3 Nov 2005 15:12:45 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> a new definition

olia lialina wrote:
> And a remark: Wikipedia, its potential and importance are praised (and
> used) by every New Media writer, but not many seem to be interested in
> contributing. Even an important and beloved term like "Remediation",

Funny, this entry:


is awful. really, really awful. A good example of how some areas of
wikipedia are suffering from a lack of participation. It's probably
because most media activists are busy posting on their own websites...

also of interest is the discussion around the neutrality of the
definition of Indymedia. there's a meta-meta example of irony for ya.


Maybe the media activism entry on wikipedia would be a good place for
some wry critiques of wikipedia?


2 fraudulent elections. 2 fraudulent wars.
1 human made environmental disaster.
what more will it take?
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