Grupo para reunir, comentar e estudar a obra de Clay Shirky
Última atividade: 29 Maio, 2014
SHIRKY, Clay (2008): Here comes everybody
SHIRKY, Clay (2010): The Political Power of Social Media
SHRIKY, Clay (2008): Onde eles encontram tempo?
SHIRKY, Clay (2009): Jornais e pensando o impensável
Situated Software [Shirky.com, 3/04]
Watching my students build software form-fit to particular social situations.
The RIAA Succeeds Where the Cypherpunks Failed [Shirky.com, 12/03]
The RIAA's current legal strategy is driving broad public adoption of encryption, 10 years after it was first predicted
The Semantic Web, Syllogism, and Worldview [Shirky.com, 11/03]
The Semantic Web overestimates the value of deductive logic, and underestimates the difficulty of shared worldview
File Sharing Goes Social [Shirky.com, 10/03]
The RIAA is creating the environment for a generation of socially-bounded file sharing tools
Fame vs Fortune: Micropayments and Free Content [Shirky.com, 09/03]
Why micropayments don't work, and free content is an epochal change.
A Group Is Its Own Worst Enemy [Shirky.com, 07/03]
Persistent patterns in long-lived online groups.
The FCC, Weblogs, and Inequality [Shirky.com, 06/03]
The FCC's vote on media concentration draws out a lesson about a media landscape: Diverse. Free. Equal. Pick two.
Grid supercomputing: The Next Push [Shirky.com, 05/03]
Why supercomputing on tap is less important than it seems bargains
Permanet, Nearlynet, and wireless data [Shirky.com, 03/03]
Why bottom-up (e.g. Wifi) works better than top-down (e.g. 3G)
Social Software and the Politics of Groups [Shirky.com, 03/03]
Software designed for groups encodes political bargains
Power Laws, Weblogs, and Inequality [Shirky.com, 02/03]
Diversity plus freedom of choice creates inequality.
The Music Industry and the Big Flip [Shirky.com, 01/03]
Using collaborative filtering in place of the A&R department
LazyWeb and RSS: Given Enough Eyeballs, Are Features Shallow Too? [O'Reilly, 01/03]
Can distributed bug fixing methods be applied to creating features?
Customer-owned Networks: ZapMail and the Telecommunications Industry [Shirky.com, 01/03]
WiFi and VoIP mean that the telecos significant competitors are its customers.
In-room Chat as a social tool [O'Reilly, 12/02]
An experiment running a meeting side-by-side with an in-room chat channel.
DNA, P2P, and Privacy [Shirky.com, 11/02]
DNA as the ideal primary key for distributed databases.
Weblogs and the Mass Amateurization of Publishing [Shirky.com, 10/02]
Weblogs are so efficient that they destroy the financial value of publishing.
Broadcast Institutions, Community Values [Shirky.com, 09/02]
The skills required to do online media well can actually damage online community.
Half the World [Shirky.com, 06/02]
An investigation of the phrase “Half the world has never made a phone call.”
- Communities, Audiences, and Scale [04/02] Audiences scale. Communities don't
- Help, the Price of Information Has Fallen and It Can’t Get Up [04/97] Why content is free on the Web.
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SHIRKY, Clay (2003): Power Laws, Weblogs and Inequality
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