Revision history for WeblogsAndWikisWeekSeven2011


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Last edited on 2011-03-01 08:04:38 by MorganAdmin
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2) Find examples of exemplary or lousy produsage and annotate and comment on them, using your bookmarking network and your weblog.
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2) Find exemplary - or crap - examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using your bookmarking network and your weblog.


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Edited on 2011-02-23 14:57:30 by DestinyHarmoning
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ProdusageForDummies


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Edited on 2011-02-23 14:35:25 by DestinyHarmoning
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- web 2.0
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- web 2.o


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Edited on 2011-02-23 14:34:55 by DestinyHarmoning
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Then explore the rest of the site to get a handle on how Axel Bruns is working with the idea.
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Then explore the rest of the to get a handle on how Axel Bruns is working (w)ith the idea.


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Edited on 2011-02-23 14:33:51 by DestinyHarmoning
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Bruns's interest in produsage is mainly sociological. He looks at the situations in which //user-led content creation environments// are created and take hold, the circumstances in which they thrive, how they develop and die, and how social relations change in the new environments. That's a starting point.
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Bruns's interest in produsage is mainly sociological. He looks at the situations in which //user-led content creation environments// are created and take hold, the circumstances in which they thrive, how they develop and ++dies++ die, and how social relations change in the new environments. That's a starting point.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 11:06:50 by AshleyKranz [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Bruns's interest in produsage is mainly sociological. He looks at the situations in which //user-led content creation environments// are created and take hold, the circumstances in which they thrive, how they develop and ++dies++ die, and how social relations change in the new environments. That's a starting point.
Then explore the rest of the to get a handle on how Axel Bruns is working (w)ith the idea.
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Bruns's interest in produsage is mainly sociological. He looks at the situations in which //user-led content creation environments// are created and take hold, the circumstances in which they thrive, how they develop and dies, and how social relations change in the new environments. That's a starting point.
Then explore the rest of the to get a handle on how Axel Bruns is working ith the idea.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 10:42:57 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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- User-Led Content Creation


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Edited on 2011-02-22 10:40:56 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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- produsers


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Edited on 2011-02-22 07:13:33 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Some point out that user-led content creation environment opens the web to //amateurs//, in the sneering sense of non-professional, vanity-published content creators of music, video, blogs. Others point up that with produsage, we get the remix. Readers become writers. Consumers of a video respond not just with a comment on that video, but with a work-in-kind - [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXGSBpMHcpA a video mashup]]. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that produsage is nothing new. Musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries. What's new is that //user-led content creation environments// democratize the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers and wanna-be's now break into the mainstream with a series of YouTube videos; amateur bloggers get book- and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers try to manufacture and manage them.
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Some point out that user-led content creation environment opens the web to //amateurs//, in the sneering sense of non-professional, vanity-published content creators of music, video, blogs. Others point up that with produsage, we get the remix. Readers become writers. Consumers of a video respond not just with a comment on that video, but with a work-in-kind - [[http://www.livevideo.com/video/55530A5EA6E64C57A0DA7BBA16120FFC/nirvana-meets-rick-astley-mash.aspx another video]]. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that produsage is nothing new. Musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries. What's new is that //user-led content creation environments// democratize the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers and wanna-be's now break into the mainstream with a series of YouTube videos; amateur bloggers get book- and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers try to manufacture and manage them.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 07:02:52 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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More examples: the open source movement, open education movement, open educational resources, edupunk, the free text movement, Wikipedia, citizen journalism, creation and re-sale of objects and skins in Second Life, and this course, which is part of the open-ed movement of MOOCs and Personal Learning Environments. Students are traditionally cast as consumers of education rather than producers of their own - and how fun is that?
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More examples: the open source movement, open education movement, open educational resources, edupunk, the free text movement, Wikipedia, citizen journalism, creation and re-sale of environments in Second Life, and this course, which is part of the open-ed movement of MOOCs and Personal Learning Environments. Students are traditionally cast as consumers of education rather than producers of their own - and how fun is that?


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Edited on 2011-02-22 07:01:49 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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- produsage and the future of creativity
1) Be a sociologist for the week. Use you blog or wiki as a field notebook. Visit some //user-led content creation environments// to find examples of produsage going on and observe and record what happens, how people are interacting. Cruise some produsage sites for a couple of days: YouTube, Flickr, Delicious, Picassa, Facebook, Quora, Ning, or a site of your choice, your interest, looking for how produsage plays out. Watch for instances of the characteristics of produsage Bruns specifies, record them, comment on them:
2) Find exemplary - or crap - examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using your bookmarking network and your weblog.
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- Authority
- Quality
- Produsage and the future of creativity
1) Be a sociologist for the week. Use you blog or wiki as a field notebook. Visit some //user-led content creation environments// to find examples of produsage going on and observe and record what happens, how people are interacting. Cruise some produsage sites for a couple of days: YouTube, Flickr, Delicious, Picassa, Facebook, or a site of your choice, your interest, looking for how produsage plays out. Watch for instances of the characteristics of produsage Bruns specifies, record them, comment on them:
2) Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using your bookmarking network and your weblog.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:57:59 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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- social networking site


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:53:46 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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With weblogs and wikis, Twitter and social bookmarking, Flickr and Youtube, Wikipedia, Second Life, and even Facebook, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the ++web++ media still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, Radio Head, Ansel Adams, NBC, BBC, ABC, CBS, ... With weblogs and wikis and Facebook &c, we moved into a new networked community where the consumers are also producers of texts, images, stories, music, videos. Twenty minutes on Facebook demonstrates how produsage works in general: new narratives, embedded videos with comments.
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With weblogs and wikis, Twitter and social bookmarking, Flickr and Youtube, Wikipedia, Second Life, and even Facebook, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the ++web++ media still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, RadioHead, Ansel Adams, NBC, BBC, ABC, CBS, ... With weblogs and wikis and Facebook &c, we moved into a new networked community where the consumers are also producers of texts, images, stories, music, videos. Twenty minutes on Facebook demonstrates how produsage works in general: new narratives, embedded videos with comments.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:53:30 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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2) Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using your bookmarking network and your weblog.
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2) Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using either your bookmarking network or your weblog.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:50:40 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Some point out that user-led content creation environment opens the web to //amateurs//, in the sneering sense of non-professional, vanity-published content creators of music, video, blogs. Others point up that with produsage, we get the remix. Readers become writers. Consumers of a video respond not just with a comment on that video, but with a work-in-kind - [[http://www.livevideo.com/video/55530A5EA6E64C57A0DA7BBA16120FFC/nirvana-meets-rick-astley-mash.aspx another video]]. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that produsage is nothing new. Musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries. What's new is that //user-led content creation environments// democratize the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers and wanna-be's now break into the mainstream with a series of YouTube videos; amateur bloggers get book- and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers try to manufacture and manage them.
More examples: the open source movement, open education movement, open educational resources, edupunk, the free text movement, Wikipedia, citizen journalism, creation and re-sale of environments in Second Life, and this course, which is part of the open-ed movement of MOOCs and Personal Learning Environments. Students are traditionally cast as consumers of education rather than producers of their own - and how fun is that?
- mashup
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Some point out that user-led content creation environment opens the web to //amateurs//, in the sneering sense of non-professional, vanity-published content creators of music, video, blogs. Others point up that with produsage, we get the remix. Readers become writers. Consumers of a video respond not just with a comment on that video, but with a work-in-kind - another video. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that produsage is nothing new. Musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries. What's new is that //user-led content creation environments// democratize the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers and wanna-be's now break into the mainstream with a series of YouTube videos; amateur bloggers get book- and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers try to manufacture and manage them.
More examples: the open source movement, open education movement, open educational resources, edupunk, the free text movement, Wikipedia, citizen journalism, creation and re-sale of environments in Second Life, and this course, which is part of the open-ed movement of MOOCs and Personal Learning Environments. Students are traditional cast as consumers of education rather than producers of their own - and how fun is that?


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:45:19 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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- ...
==== Activities - Choose ====
1) Be a sociologist for the week. Use you blog or wiki as a field notebook. Visit some //user-led content creation environments// to find examples of produsage going on and observe and record what happens, how people are interacting. Cruise some produsage sites for a couple of days: YouTube, Flickr, Delicious, Picassa, Facebook, or a site of your choice, your interest, looking for how produsage plays out. Watch for instances of the characteristics of produsage Bruns specifies, record them, comment on them:
- fluid heterarchy, ad hoc meritocracy
Post your observations to your blog or wiki as you make them.
2) Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using either your bookmarking network or your weblog.
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====Activities====
Be a sociologist for the week. Use you blog or wiki as a field notebook. Visit some //user-led content creation environments// to find examples of produsage going on and observe and record what happens, how people are interacting. Cruise some produsage sites for a couple of days: YouTube, Flickr, looking for how produsage plays out. Watch for instances of the characteristics of produsage Bruns specifies, record them, comment on them,
- fluid heterarchy, Ad Hoc Meritocracy
Post your observations as they occur.
See if you can see produsage going on on Facebook.
Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using either your bookmarking network or your weblog.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:37:39 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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====Required readings====
Read at least the three pages under Getting Started
- Produsage: A Working Definition
- Produsage: Key Principles
- Produsage: Necessary Preconditions
Then explore the rest of the to get a handle on how Axel Bruns is working ith the idea.
Go searching for some materials that might help you deepen your understanding of produsage and //user-led content creation environments// . Some search terms and ideas
- issues surrounding produsage
- copyright, copy-left, Creative Commons
- remix
- produsage in education
- amateurs and professionals
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Required readings
Explore and read enough of this site to get a solid handle on how Axel Bruns is working ith the idea. The pages under Getting Started are the important ones.
Go searching for materials that will help you develop one of these or others. Some search terms
- Issues surrounding produsage
- Remixe
- Produsage in Education
- Amateurs and Professionals


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:31:26 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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http://produsage.org/
Explore and read enough of this site to get a solid handle on how Axel Bruns is working ith the idea. The pages under Getting Started are the important ones.
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[[http://produsage.org/ Produsage]] Explore and read enough of this site to get a solid handle on how Axel Bruns is working ith the idea. The pages under Getting Started are the important ones.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 06:30:30 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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The main development of the ideas surrounding produsage are coming from Axel Bruns, Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Australia. But others are drawing out some of Bruns's ideas.
Some point out that user-led content creation environment opens the web to //amateurs//, in the sneering sense of non-professional, vanity-published content creators of music, video, blogs. Others point up that with produsage, we get the remix. Readers become writers. Consumers of a video respond not just with a comment on that video, but with a work-in-kind - another video. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that produsage is nothing new. Musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries. What's new is that //user-led content creation environments// democratize the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers and wanna-be's now break into the mainstream with a series of YouTube videos; amateur bloggers get book- and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers try to manufacture and manage them.
More examples: the open source movement, open education movement, open educational resources, edupunk, the free text movement, Wikipedia, citizen journalism, creation and re-sale of environments in Second Life, and this course, which is part of the open-ed movement of MOOCs and Personal Learning Environments. Students are traditional cast as consumers of education rather than producers of their own - and how fun is that?
And by extension, as consumers become producers, they take to the streets and overthrow the old producers who have cast them in a role they no longer have to live with. Go, Egypt.
Bruns's interest in produsage is mainly sociological. He looks at the situations in which //user-led content creation environments// are created and take hold, the circumstances in which they thrive, how they develop and dies, and how social relations change in the new environments. That's a starting point.
[[http://produsage.org/ Produsage]] Explore and read enough of this site to get a solid handle on how Axel Bruns is working ith the idea. The pages under Getting Started are the important ones.
Go searching for materials that will help you develop one of these or others. Some search terms
- crowdsourcing
- Pro-Ams
- Remixe
- OER - open educational resources
- web 2.o
====Activities====
Be a sociologist for the week. Use you blog or wiki as a field notebook. Visit some //user-led content creation environments// to find examples of produsage going on and observe and record what happens, how people are interacting. Cruise some produsage sites for a couple of days: YouTube, Flickr, looking for how produsage plays out. Watch for instances of the characteristics of produsage Bruns specifies, record them, comment on them,
- open participation, communal evaluation
- fluid heterarchy, Ad Hoc Meritocracy
- unfinished artifacts, continuing process
- common property, individual rewards
Post your observations as they occur.
See if you can see produsage going on on Facebook.
Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using either your bookmarking network or your weblog.
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[And by extension, as consumers become producers, they take to the streets and overthrow the old producers who have cast them in a role they no longer have to live with.]
The main development of the ideas surrounding produsage are coming from Axel Bruns, Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Australia. But others on the web
Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers break into the mainstream with a series of youtube videos; amateur bloggers get book deals and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.
Go searching for materials that will help you develop one of these or others.
- Remixes
-
Related topics
Web2.0
[[http://produsage.org/ Produsage]] Explore and read enough of this site to get a solid handle on how Axel Bruns is working ith the idea. At least the Pages under Getting Started.
Activities
Your main task will be to find examples of produsage and observe what happens. Or to find examples for various angles on the just-starting debate.
Cruise some produsage sites for 4 - 5 days: YouTube, flickr, etc. looking for how the circumstances of produsage plays out.
Through examples, show how Facebook engages in produsage - and when it just seems like a rehash of the same old same old.
Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using either your bookmarking network or your weblog.


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Edited on 2011-02-22 05:56:32 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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With weblogs and wikis, Twitter and social bookmarking, Flickr and Youtube, Wikipedia, Second Life, and even Facebook, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the ++web++ media still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, RadioHead, Ansel Adams, NBC, BBC, ABC, CBS, ... With weblogs and wikis and Facebook &c, we moved into a new networked community where the consumers are also producers of texts, images, stories, music, videos. Twenty minutes on Facebook demonstrates how produsage works in general: new narratives, embedded videos with comments.
[And by extension, as consumers become producers, they take to the streets and overthrow the old producers who have cast them in a role they no longer have to live with.]
How recent is this move to produsage? The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Produsage Wikipedia entry]] is a stub. And the topic is so brittle that the Wikipedia entry for Web 2.0 [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0 needs an expert]] to refactor and clean up the mess. That's new.
So, this week is a look into //user-led content creation environments//.
The main development of the ideas surrounding produsage are coming from Axel Bruns, Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Australia. But others on the web
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With weblogs and wikis, twitter and social bookmarking, flickr and youtube, wikipedia, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the web still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, RadioHead, Ansel Adams, and on and on... Via weblogs and wikis and facebook and etc, we moved into a networked community where the consumers are also producers: texts, images, stories, music, videos. Twenty minutes on Facebook demonstrates how produsage works in general.
How recent is this? The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Produsage Wikipedia entry]] is a stub. And the topic is so brittle that the Wikipedia entry for Web 2.0 [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0 needs an expert]] to refactor and clean up the mess. That's new.
user-led content creation environments
The main developments of this idea are coming from Axel Bruns, Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Australia.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 20:18:01 by KelseyLealos [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers break into the mainstream with a series of youtube videos; amateur bloggers get book deals and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.
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Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers break into tjhe mainstream with a series of youtube videos; amateur bloggers get book deals and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:21:19 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Here we are now, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTWKbfoikeg entertain us]].
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Here we are now, entertain us.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:19:48 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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====Topics and entry points====
Go searching for materials that will help you develop one of these or others.
- Issues surrounding produsage
- IP rights
- Remixes
- Produsage in Education
- Amateurs and Professionals
- Authority
- Quality
- Produsage and the future of creativity
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Your main task will be to find examples of produsage and observe what happens. Or to find examples for various angles on the just-starting debate.
Through examples, show how Facebook engages in produsage - and when it just seems like a rehash of the same old same old.
Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them, using either your bookmarking network or your weblog.
Deletions:
Topics:
IP rights
Remixes
Education
Amateurs and Professionals
Authority
Quality
Your main task will be to find examples of produsage and observe what happens;/
Through examples, show how Facebook engages in produsage
Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them on either your bookmarking network or your weblog. Good stuff.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:11:19 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. Newcomers break into tjhe mainstream with a series of youtube videos; amateur bloggers get book deals and movie deals. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.
Deletions:
Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:10:19 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. There's enough value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.
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Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. There's enough much value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:10:07 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians, visual artists, poets, and marketing wonks have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed. There's enough much value in viral YouTube videos that marketeers are trying to manufacture and manage them.
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Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a kind of democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:02:16 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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How recent is this? The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Produsage Wikipedia entry]] is a stub. And the topic is so brittle that the Wikipedia entry for Web 2.0 [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0 needs an expert]] to refactor and clean up the mess. That's new.
Your main task will be to find examples of produsage and observe what happens;/
Deletions:
How recent is this? The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Produsage Wikipedia entry]] is a stub. And it's so brittle that the Wikipedia entry for Web 2.0 [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0 needs an expert]] to refactor and clean up the mess.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:00:39 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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Edited on 2011-02-21 18:00:19 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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[[http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=19&ved=0CFoQFjAIOAo&url=http%3A%2F%2Fciteseerx.ist.psu.edu%2Fviewdoc%2Fdownload%3Fdoi%3D10.1.1.71.2436%26rep%3Drep1%26type%3Dpdf&rct=j&q=produsage&ei=NBFjTZCZLsmr8Aa4g4mHDA&usg=AFQjCNHV4M7ayXjbCY0saZTwZG5uzVoaUQ Produsage, Generation C, and Their Effects on the Democratic Process]]
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Edited on 2011-02-21 17:59:33 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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How recent is this? The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Produsage Wikipedia entry]] is a stub. And it's so brittle that the Wikipedia entry for Web 2.0 [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0 needs an expert]] to refactor and clean up the mess.
Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a kind of democratization of the remix. And still others point out that produsage falls in with reality tv, where the viewer walks into the frame and becomes the viewed.
Authority
Quality
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How recent is this? The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Produsage Wikipedia entry]] is a stub.
Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a kind of democratization of the remix.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 17:53:44 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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How recent is this? The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Produsage Wikipedia entry]] is a stub.
Some point out that this opens the web to amateurs, in the sense of non-professional, personally-funded content creators of music, vid, whatever. Others point up that in produsage, we get the remix. That is, readers become writers. Consumers respond not just with a critique, but with a work-in-kind. Poem begats poem on the same turf. Still others point out that musicians have been sampling for centuries, and see produsage as a kind of democratization of the remix.
Remixes
Related topics
Web2.0
Find exemplary examples of produsage and annotate and comment on them on either your bookmarking network or your weblog. Good stuff.
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For some, this opened the floodgates to the amateurs.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 17:34:49 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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For some, this opened the floodgates to the amateurs.
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IP rights
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Amateurs and Professionals
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For some, this opened the floodgates to the amateurs.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 17:33:10 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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With weblogs and wikis, twitter and social bookmarking, flickr and youtube, wikipedia, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the web still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, RadioHead, Ansel Adams, and on and on... Via weblogs and wikis and facebook and etc, we moved into a networked community where the consumers are also producers: texts, images, stories, music, videos. Twenty minutes on Facebook demonstrates how produsage works in general.
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With weblogs and wikis, twitter and social bookmarking, flickr and youtube, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the web still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, RadioHead, Ansel Adams, and on and on... Via weblogs and wikis and facebook and etc, we moved into a networked community where the consumers are also producers: texts, images, stories, music, videos. Twenty minutes on Facebook demonstrates how produsage works in general.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 17:32:10 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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The main developments of this idea are coming from Axel Bruns, Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Australia.
[[http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=19&ved=0CFoQFjAIOAo&url=http%3A%2F%2Fciteseerx.ist.psu.edu%2Fviewdoc%2Fdownload%3Fdoi%3D10.1.1.71.2436%26rep%3Drep1%26type%3Dpdf&rct=j&q=produsage&ei=NBFjTZCZLsmr8Aa4g4mHDA&usg=AFQjCNHV4M7ayXjbCY0saZTwZG5uzVoaUQ [PDF] Produsage, Generation C, and Their Effects on the Democratic Process]]
Cruise some produsage sites for 4 - 5 days: YouTube, flickr, etc. looking for how the circumstances of produsage plays out.
Through examples, show how Facebook engages in produsage
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The main developments of this idea are coming from Axel Bruns,
Cruise some produsage sites for 4 - 5 days: YouTube, flickr, etc. looking for how the circumstances of produsage plays out.


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Edited on 2011-02-21 17:27:16 by MorganAdmin [The word is supposed to be with and die not dies]
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With weblogs and wikis, twitter and social bookmarking, flickr and youtube, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the web still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, RadioHead, Ansel Adams, and on and on... Via weblogs and wikis and facebook and etc, we moved into a networked community where the consumers are also producers: texts, images, stories, music, videos. Twenty minutes on Facebook demonstrates how produsage works in general.
user-led content creation environments
The main developments of this idea are coming from Axel Bruns,
Activities
Cruise some produsage sites for 4 - 5 days: YouTube, flickr, etc. looking for how the circumstances of produsage plays out.
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With weblogs and wikis, twitter and social bookmarking, flickr and youtube, consumers of content become producers of content. It wasn't that way a few years ago, when the web still relied on professional producers to fill the space and entertain us: Disney, Atmosphere, RadioHead, Ansel Adams, and on and on... We moved to the consumer as a producer.


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