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Berkman Buzz

This week’s Berkman Buzz:

  • Mayo Fuster Morell publishes a new paper on “The Unethics of Sharing: Wikiwashing”: link

  • AndrĂ©s Monroy-Hernandez considers terminology discussions as probes: link

  • David Weinberger interviews LibraryThing founder Tim Spalding: link

  • Dan Gillmor discusses what the new Facebook means for net freedom: link

  • Stuart Shieber explores peer review: link

  • Weekly Global Voices: “Uganda: Anti-Museveni Author Freed After Five Days”

One Response to “Berkman Buzz”

  1. The best way to get me to NOT read something is to put such an absurd term like “unethics” in the title.

    Likewise, the best way to disappoint me for being so gullible as to have actually read some blather is to give a text a heading like “Information vs. Knowledge” and then to talk about something else (namely Information vs. Data) — such poor attention to consistency (let alone attention to detail) invalidates the entire piece.

    Sorry about that.

    :/ nmw

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