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Open cultures and the nature of networks

The book “Open Cultures and the Nature of Networks” by Felix Stalder speaks upon contemporary aspects of cultural production and consumption, ranging from the de-centering of authorship, which moves away from individuals to groups, networks or communities, to the blurring of the line between artists and their audiences, the organization of cultural industries, the adaptation of intellectual property law, the future development of technology, the status of a work of art itself and the other processes inspired by movement for Free and Open Source Software. The book contains his 11 essays writen in last eight years
Frankfurt am Main, 2005


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CallNumber
401 STAL
DateAdded
2019-07-17T11:10:24Z
DateModified
2019-07-17T11:10:24Z
Edition
1
Handle
20.500.11806/med/5164
ISBN
978-3-86588-211-0
Key
J4EU2GDY
Language
eng; serb
LibraryCatalog
recherche.nebis.ch
NumPages
96
Publisher
Revolver