The online social platforms (blogs, Wikipedia, wikis, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, etc.) have been widely considered as transforming the Web into a participatory medium in which users can actively share, create, and evaluate information. Social Web is often seen as enabling users’ generated content, conversations, and friendship-driven practices. For Taddeo it also reflects strongly (together with media and cultural consumption) “the cognitive, cultural and affective moods with which people remember, choose what to remember and/or share, and preserve and socialize memory.”1 Focusing on the collaborative social media platforms as Wikipedia and Wikia, one could ask whether the personal layer of memories is still explicit given the fact that Wikipedia has been evolving as an encyclopedic medium with various and punctual requirements of what may and may not be published? What memories get to be shared through his Wikipedia and Wikia page? How does it relate to the share of memories and their (potential) extensions? What stories get to be prioritized and / or constrained?
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Event||Wikipedia Academy: Research and Free Knowledge. - Berlin, Germany|
Duration: 29 Jun 2012 → 1 Jul 2012
|Conference||Wikipedia Academy: Research and Free Knowledge.|
|Period||29/06/12 → 1/07/12|