lincoln dahlberg on Fri, 29 Jul 2011 18:18:47 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> some more nuanced thoughts on publishing, editing, reading, using

Florian and others, I think this is a fascinating and important discussion.

With regards to a journal to 'funnel' such discussion, without replicating work,
one new initiative worth consideration is Critical Studies in Peer Production 


>I wonder whether we could funnel this discussion thread into the
foundation of a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal for critical media
studies that maintains high scholarly standards but serves both
institutional and non-institutional communities. Such a journal seems
to be missing anyway. Clearly, Nettime itself, although it once had
been founded with the ambition of collaborative filtering, can't serve
this purpose.

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