Category Archives: Generative Value

#Future directions, plans… vague, but interesting… #WEB206

To those who are reading, please excuse the vagueness of this post. It refers to a project we’ve been given in the subject I am studying. If you didn’t read about this earlier, all is explained in my ‘An Interesting Conundrum‘ … Continue reading

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Discussing ‘#Weblogs and the #MassAmateurization of #Publishing’ by @cshirky #WEB206

TUTOR: Discuss the claim that Clay Shirky makes in ‘Weblogs and the Mass Amateurization of Publishing’ that the Web and Weblogs have made publishing a “financially worthless activity”? What do you think? MY RESPONSE: Technically, I agree with the notion that blogging … Continue reading

Posted in #WEB206, Barriers to Entry, Blogging, Blogs, Chris Anderson, Clay Shirky, Economies of Scale, Generative Value, Internet, Kevin Kelly, Mass Amateurisation, Monetisation, Online Writing, Participatory Culture, The Long Tail, Web Publishing, Writing, Writing for the Web | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment