Russia

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Contents

P2P Texts in Russian

Theories & Histories

Thesis: Creative History of the Russian Internet

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Art Platforms

Goriunova, Olga (2007). Swarm Forms: On Platforms and Creativity. MUTE Magazine Vol 2 #4. Accessible online: http://www.metamute.org/en/Swarm-Forms-On-Platforms-and-Creativity

Translations

From Andrew Paterson:

Мифы Греции (Greek Myths) blog

"Stumbled across this blog which itself is quite remarkable example of p2p data sharing. Under the strapline 'Mysterious world of ancient legends' it is really a mystery who is behind this blog, who set it up etc. Postings are Russian language translations, mostly from P2P Foundation blog (Michel Bauwens entries, http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/). The speed and volume of translations suggests it is an automated bot/script doing the translation labour"

http://124omsk.ru/


Conferences

From Andrew Paterson:

It appears that BarCamp, open-space/unconference style gatherings have also blossomed in Russia.

St. Petersburg, June 2009

(see links on right-hand side of NevaCamp pages to other former-Soviet BarCamp locations/events)

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