This list is compiled by Winter Camp participants and crew. Feel free to add to this list by leaving your suggestions in a comment.

Web Resources
Online Video
Online Articles and Books
Printed Materials


Barcamp Events:
Recent BarCamp event: Mobile Tech 4 Change New York
The Wikipedia entry on barcamps
BarCamps for the financial sector
Hypercamp, a concept by Dave Winer

Berlin creative sector:

Bricolabs and related projects in Colombia:
Intermundos Project,
New project with local indigenous groups,
Indigenous “communication mesh”, ACIN of the NASA tribe, they are the best organized (politically) indigenous community and have been active using media for many years, Article about this group and their protests in English available here.
Bogotrax network – independent festival of electronic music + workshops,



(Temporary) Media Labs:
Hybrid Work Space/Dokumenta X (1997)(archive) (report)

One Laptop per Child project and XO Sugar Software:
Sugar Labs,
Video of the Eart Treasury Vision of the Program

Participatory projects:
Peer to Patent,

Online Video

Remix Culture documentaries:

Video Sharing:
Engage Media

Projects linked to the Transmission network:
A metadata project for exchanging metadata between CMS’s and other
tools we might want to create / adapt. Version 1.0 of the standard is availablehere.

Drupal Working Group, a working group to create a Video Sharing site in Drupal 6 with full
aggregation abilities. Working group home:

Other relevant projects listed on the Transmission network project page:

Online Articles and Books

Ascott, Roy, “On Networking,” in: Leonardo. Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. 21.3 (1988), pp. 231232, available here.

Benkler, Yochai, The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom, Yale University Press, 2006. Text is available here.

Bosma, Josephine, “Constructing Media Spaces. The novelty of net(worked) art was and is all about access and engagement,” in: Frieling, Rudolf and Dieter Daniels (eds.): Medien Kunst Netz. Thematische Schwerpunkte, vol. 2, Vienna 2005, pp.290-309.

Blair, Dike, His Thingness. Interview with Wolfgang Staehle, 1995, text available here.


Hamlin, Kaliya, Role of Face-to-Face Interaction in Building and Complementing Online Community, .

Juris, Jeff, “Networking futures”,

Lichty, Patrick, Holy Fire and the Rise of New Media Gallery Art,

Lichty, Patrick, The Decline of Listservs,

Lovink, Geert, The Importance of Meetspace. A Manual for Temporary Media Labs, Jan. 8, 2000,

Lovink, Geert, The Principle of Notworking: Concepts in Critical Internet Culture, Public Lecture, Amsterdam: HVA Publications, 2005. Available as a pdf here.

Metz, Rachel, The Geek Mind Behind Dorkbot. Interview with Douglas Repetto, in: Wired, Apr. 24, 2006,

Noveck, Beth Simone, ‘Democracy of Groups’, in: First Monday, Vol. 10, No. 11, 2005.
Paper is online here.

Noveck, Beth Simone, Wikigovernment, in: Democracy Journal, #7, Winter 2008.

Questions about Self-Organisation. Answers by Douglas Repetto, June 3, 2008, Pixelache Helsinki 08.

Florian Schneider, Collaboration: The Dark Site of the Multitude, 2006,

Stalder, Felix, Open Culture and the Nature of Networks, Novi Sad 2005, Available as pdf from:

Printed Materials
Barney, Darin, The Network Society, Cambridge: Polity Press, 2004.

Castells, Manuel, The Rise of the Network Society, Blackwell Publishing, 2000.

Castells, Manuel, The Network Society: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.

Deleuze, Gilles and Felix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus. Capitalism and Schizophrenia, London 2003.

Feenberg, Andrew and Maria Bakardjieva, ‘Consumers or Citizens? The Online Community Debate,’ in: Feenberg, Andrew and Darin Barney (eds.): Community in the Digital Age, Lanham 2004, pp. 1-28.

Galloway, Alexander and Eugene Thacker, The Exploit: A Theory of Networks, Minneappolis 2007.

Geert Lovink and Trebor Scholz (eds), The Art of Free Cooperation, New York: Autonomedia, 2007.

Rossiter, Ned, Organized Networks: Media Theory, Creative Labour, New Institutions, Rotterdam: NAi Publishers and Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2006.
See also the review: Geoff Cox, “Organized Networks: Media Theory, Creative Labour, New Institutions by Ned Rossiter,” in: Leonardo. Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (2006) pp.502-503.