Online and Print Resources for Learning More About and/or Researching the Wikipedia
Andrew Lih, The Wikipedia Revolution
Mathieu O’Neil, Cyber Chiefs
Andrew Dalby, The World and Wikipedia
Joseph Reagle, Good Faith Collaboration: the Culture of Wikipedia
Jaron Lanier, You are Not a Gadget
Dan O’Sullivan, Wikipedia
Axel Bruns, Blogs, Wikipedia, Second Life, and Beyond: From Production to Produsage
Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams, Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything
Nicholas Tkacz, “Power, Visibility, Wikipedia,” Southern Review 40.2 (2007). more…
Stuart Geiger, “The Work of Sustaining Order in Wikipedia: The Banning of a Vandal,” Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), ACM, New York (2010). more…
Felix Stalder, “On the Differences between Open Source and Open Culture.” In Media Mutadis: A Node.London Reader, 2006.
Jaron Lanier, “Digital Maoism: The Hazards of the New Online Collectivism,” and
Responses to “Digital Maoism”
Jutta Haider and Olof Sundin, “Beyond the legacy of the Enlightenment? Online encyclopaedias as digital heterotopias,”
First Monday Volume 15 Number 1-4 (2010).
Chris Wilson, “
The Wisdom of the Chaperones – Digg, Wikipedia, and the myth of Web 2.0 democracy,” Slate (2008).
Vasilis Kostakis, “Peer governance and Wikipedia: Identifying and understanding the problems of Wikipedia’s governance,” First Monday Volume 15 Number 3-1 (2010).
Joseph Reagle, “Is the Wikipedia Neutral?” more…
Matheiu O’Neil, “Wikipedia: Experts are Us,” Le Monde Diplomatique (2009).
Robert McHenry, “The Faith-Based Encyclopedia,” TCS Daily (2004).
Larry Sanger, “Why Wikipedia Must Jettison Its Anti-Elitism,” Kuro5hin (2004).
Peter Denning, Jim Horning, David Parnas, Lauren Weinstein, "Wikipedia Risks," Communications of the ACM (2005).
Jim Giles, "Internet Encyclopedias Go Head to Head," Nature (2005).
"Wikipedia survives research test," BBC News (2005).
Wikipedia at the New York Times
Google donates $2Million to Wikimedia
Interview with Erinc Salor by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 02.02.2010
Interview with Alan N. Shapiro by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 15.03.2010
Interview with Teemu Mikkonen by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 16.03.2010
Interview with Amit Basole by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 16.03.2010
Interview with Patrick Lichty, Nathaniel Stern and Scott Kildall by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 17.03.2010
Interview with Maja van der Velden by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 22.03.2010
Interview with Jeanette Hofmann by Bas Bergervoet and Marijke Tiemensma
for the NMDC – Utrecht University, posted on 26.03.2010
Interview with Geert Lovink by Kai Biermann
for ZEIT ONLINE (in German), posted on 11.05.2010
Interview with Florian Cramer by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 31.05.2010
Interview with Manuel Schmalstieg by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 29.06.2010
Interview with Felipe Ortega by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 21.07.2010
Interview with Hendrik-Jan Grievink by Juliana Brunello
for the CPoV blog, posted on 20.08.2010
Interview with Lanier on his Book, Straight.
Joseph Reagle, In Good Faith: Wikipedia Collaboration and the Pursuit of the Universal Encyclopedia
Felipe Ortega, Wikipedia: A Quantitative Analysis
Stefania Milan, Stealing the Fire. A Study of Emancipatory Practices in the Field of Communication (abstract)
Liam Wyatt, “The Academic Lineage of Wikipedia: Connections and Disconnections in the Theory and Practice of History” (thesis)
Stuart Geiger, Technically Human
Johanna Neistyo, Transnational Spaces
Mark Graham, Zero Geography
Mayo Foster Morell, Online Creation Communities
Andrew Famiglietti, Hackers, Cyborgs, and Wikipedians
Joseph Reagle, Open Communications, Media, Source, and Standards
Trevor Schulz, Journalisms
Eric Zachte, Infodisiac
Andrew Lih’s Blog
Nicholas Carr, Rough Type, The Amorality of Web 2.0
Jimmy Wales, Free Knowledge for Free Minds
Masters of Media, a student collaborative blog at the University of Amsterdam
Online Networks, Journals, Databases, and Wiki Projects
Kiran Jonnalagadda’s Wikipedia Bookmarks
Planet Wikimedia: aggregated posts from various Wikimedia community members.
WikiMedia Meta-Wiki: a research community geared towards Wikimedia projects and communities.
World-Information: provides critical discussion about digital technologies & (future) global developments.
Critical Studies in Peer Production: a peer-reviewed journal that looks at the implications of peer production for social change.
First Monday: a peer-reviewed online journal on the Internet devoted to Internet.
Public Netbase: Non Stop Future: publications on new practices in art and media.
Re-public: an online journal focusing on political thoery and practice.
tripleC: an "Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society.”
Levitation: describes itself as a project that is "working on designing a vision for a new, crowd-driven, decentralized way to collect all human knowledge". The project converts the Wikipedia database into Git repositories. In doing so it strives to built up a decentralized administration giving the user the possibility to decide what he/she likes to read.
WikipediaArt: Scott Kindall and Nathaniel Stern’s performance art project.
WikiChix: is both a wiki and a mailinglist for female wiki editors to “discuss issues of gender bias in wikis, to promote wikis to potential female editors, and for general discussion of wikis in a friendly female-only environment”.
The Wikipedia Review: an open forum to talk about Wikipedia, related projects, and issues.
Wikipedia Weekly: a podcast.
WikiVoices: a grassroots project that hosts a live Skype chat forum and podcast.
Citizendium: "an open wiki project dedicated to creating a free, comprehensive, and reliable repository of structured knowledge."
Truth in Numbers: Everything According to Wikipedia, a documentary
The Truth According to Wikipedia, a documentary