<CPOV> Welcome --> Conditions for the Possibility of CPOV?
jawbrey at att.net
Fri Mar 12 17:04:45 CET 2010
Geert & All,
I've been out of the email loop due to some monkey business
between AT&T and Yahoo, so I'll just try to pick up where
I last left off.
The most "prolegominous" question that comes to mind when
I read your acronym, CPOV, would probably have to be this:
| What are the conditions for the possibility
| of critical points of view arising, surviving,
| and thriving on the Web?
> Geert & All,
> Being still hopeful that there will arise places where critical reflective thinking
> about the impact of distributive information technology on society can take place,
> I welcome the appearance of this list. I hope it will be a place where broader
> perspectives on social-technical architectures can be maintained, points of
> view from which we can see a way through the mists of mystification to all
> that we hoped for in the future of communication, education, and inquiry.
> Jon Awbrey
> Geert Lovink wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> welcome to this mailinglist on critical Wikipedia research!
>> There is an announcement of the Amsterdam CPOV event in the next email.
>> Work on this project started early 2009 when the editorial team emerged
>> out of the global social cloud. I met Nate in Melbourne in December
>> 2008 and knew of Johanna's work already for a while. Then I ran into
>> Sunil and Nishant in De Balie, here in Amsterdam, and quickly agreed
>> that should do an INC reader on the matter, prepared by two events.
>> The concept was ready in June and work on the production of the two
>> conferences, one in Bangalore, and one in Amsterdam, started soon
>> after. First of all there was a call for papers for the Bangalore event.
>> During the first event, on January 12-13 2010 in Bangalore, the
>> editorial team decided to start its own mailinglist. So, here it is.
>> Here in Amsterdam at the Institute of Network Cultures we are working
>> with a small team on the Amsterdam event. Besides me and Sabine
>> Niederer (who will be on leave soon) who are on the original editorial
>> team, there is the manager Margreet Riphagen, the Brazilian-German
>> research intern Juliana Brunello and the production intern Serena Westra.
>> CPOV is about Wikipedia -- and it's not. That's the central phrase right
>> now. Doing critical work in this field doesn't mean Wikipedia bashing.
>> To me it is sign that Wikipedia is growing up. It is a luxury to have
>> independent research networks that is not formally or informally
>> attached to the big Wikimedia Mothership.
>> Let's see where CPOV will take us!
>> Greetings from a wet and cold, slippery Amsterdam,
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