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Read/Write: A Culture of Sharing and Transparency

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In this class, we discussed the work of Michael Wesch and David Weinberger, who each explore how read/write culture changes things. For Wesch, it opens up the possibility of a more participant-driven ...

In this class, we discussed the work of Michael Wesch and David Weinberger, who each explore how read/write culture changes things. For Wesch, it opens up the possibility of a more participant-driven culture. For Weinberger, it diminishes the power of authorities and shifts knowledge in the direction of greater argument and transparency.

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