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Memory communities and the Internet

The Internet can be considered as a contemporary form of collective memory, not only an archive of documents, images and personal accounts, but the place where it is possible to observe various processes of social construction of shared memories and representations. Lecture given on 7/3/2013 at the University of Koper.

The Internet can be considered as a contemporary form of collective memory, not only an archive of documents, images and personal accounts, but the place where it is possible to observe various processes of social construction of shared memories and representations. Lecture given on 7/3/2013 at the University of Koper.

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  1. 1. Memory communities and the Internet Collective intelligence and self-understanding
  2. 2. Cognitive Surplus Collective / Collected
  3. 3. MEMORO.ORG The Bank of Memories
  4. 4. Source:Memoro.org
  5. 5. Source:Memoro.org
  6. 6. Source:Memoro.org
  7. 7. Source:Memoro.org
  8. 8. Source:Memoro.org
  9. 9. Source:Memoro.org
  10. 10. Give me a Story (as a gift)Temathic Paths History of Enterprises History of Organizations Tours Organization Source:Memoro.org
  11. 11. Tour Organization Merchandising & Community building Source:Memoro.org
  12. 12. Vanished Rome ROMASPARITA.EU
  13. 13. Local Enterprise
  14. 14. Cultural visits (tour organization) Photos History Community
  15. 15. Source & Year Description Privacy Authorization & Fair Use
  16. 16. By areas (sub-municipalities) Thematic
  17. 17. Memory Institutions Communities

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