Distributed creativity : filesharing and produsage
Bruns, Axel (2010) Distributed creativity : filesharing and produsage. In Sonvilla-Weiss, Stefan (Ed.) Mashup cultures. Springer, Wien, pp. 24-37.
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The culture of mashups which is examined by the contributions collected in this volume is a symptom of a wider paradigm shift in our engagement with information – a term which should be understood here in its broadest sense, ranging from factual material to creative works. It is a shift which has been a long time coming and has had many precedents, from the collage art of the Dadaists in the 1920s to the music mixtapes of the 70s and 80s, and finally to the explosion of mashup‐style practices that was enabled by modern computing technologies.
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