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  1. Jun 2024
    1. pen-source software (F

      "A natural initial question is what is open source software? Roughly, being open source requires that the source code, and not only the object code (the sequence of 1's and 0's that computers actually use), be made available to everyone, and that the modifications made by its users also be turned back to the community."(Lerner & Tirole, 2001).

      Lerner, J., & Tirole, J. (2001). The open source movement: Key research questions. European economic review, 45(4-6), 819-826.


    1. Coordination that builds capacity for participation in public media 2.0

      Mentions standards to assess but not standards for interaction on either side

    2. a responsible share according to capac-ity in shaping the aims and policies of the groups to which one belongs.

      Goes further to say it is your responsibility to hold power accountable and media is the platform on which you can question and challenge power.

    3. people talking to each other about the things that really affect theirlives is what keeps power accountable

      Transparency is a key feature of both education and now policing and something the medical profession is attempting to achieve to build trust around data collection. The accountability feature of democracy is the strongest feature media has when speaking to power.

    4. public media 2.0

      A second, seemingly more advanced version with an element of social responsibility that the power of media is used for altruistic reasons.

    5. public media 1.0 wasaccepted as important but rarely loved

      It is seen as a necessity for making the invisible visible, but the ramifications of world wide attention of typically invisible things is often unknown and unprecedented

    6. We argue that multiplatform, open, and digital public media will be an essen-tial feature of truly democratic public life from here on in

      Multiplatform meaning capable of running on two or more running hardware platforms (windows and desktop), however for marketing purposes it also includes channels and to promote products or services. It involves creating and distributing content across different online and offline platforms simultaneously, targeting various demographics and consumer touchpoints. Digital describes electronic technology that generates, stores and processes data in terms of positive and nonpositive states. Finally democracy meaning ruled by the people to make decisions

    7. embrace the participatory—the feature that has been most disruptiveof current media models.

      disruptive typically means to cause trouble and stop something from continuing as usual, so it is interesting to have disruption positioned publicly as something that is to be embraced.

  2. May 2024
    1. If one is to be seenas belonging in a social network, one must dress the part and act thepart

      Not all undesirable attributes are at issue, but only those which are incongruous with our stereotype of what a given type of individual should be (Goffman, 1963, p. 12).

      Goffman, E. (1963). Stigma Notes on the management of spoiled identity.

    2. the imaginary community becomes a place for the transaction of mean-ing, and access is achieved through an understanding of these meanings

      How does the stigmatized person respond to his situation? In some cases it will be possible for him to make a direct attempt to correct what he sees as the objective basis of his failing, as when a physically deformed person undergoes plastic surgery, a blind person eye treatment, an illiterate remedial education, a homosexual psychotherapy (Goffman, 1963, p. 18).

      Goffman, E. (1963). Stigma Notes on the management of spoiled identity.

    3. social net-works serve as Goffmanesque public spaces in which people performacceptable social identities (Goffman, 1971)

      Also, it seems possible for an individual to fail to live up to what we effectively demand of him, and yet be relatively untouched by this failure: insulated by his alienation, protected by identity beliefs of his own, he feels that he is a full-fledged normal human being, and that we are the ones who are not quite human (Goffman, 1963, p. 16).

      Goffman, E. (1963). Stigma Notes on the management of spoiled identity.