Vol 11, No 1 (2013)

Table of Contents


The Construction of Platform Imperialism in the Globalization Era PDF
Dal Yong Jin 145-172
At the Turning Point of the Current Techno-Economic Paradigm: Commons-Based Peer Production, Desktop Manufacturing and the Role of Civil Society in the Perezian Framework PDF
Vasilis Kostakis 173-190
From Culture 2.0 to a Network State of Mind: A Selective History of Web 2.0’s Axiologies and a Lesson from It PDF
Pak-Hang Wong 191-206
The Potential and Limitations 
of Twitter Activism: Mapping the 2011 Libyan Uprising PDF
Simon Lindgren 207-220
Wedging Equity and Environmental Justice into the Discourse on Sustainability PDF
Oscar H. Gandy, Jr. 221-236

Reflections (Non Peer-Reviewed)

Review of the Book “Digital Labor: The Internet as Playground and Factory”, Edited by Trebor Scholz PDF
Sebastian Sevignani 127-135
Towards a Fourth Cosmology of Doctor-Patient Relationship: A Reflection on the Virtual Patient Community PatientsLikeMe PDF
Konstantinos Bletsos, George Alexias, Charalambos Tsekeris 136-144


Editorial: tripleC’s 10th Anniversary and Its New Title tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society PDF
Christian Fuchs i-viii

Special Issue: The Difference that Makes a Difference 2011

Introduction: The Difference That Makes a Difference PDF
David Chapman, Magnus Ramage 1-5
Emergent Information. When a Difference Makes a Difference… PDF
Wolfgang Hofkirchner 6-12
Emergence and Evolution of Meaning PDF
José M. Díaz Nafría, Rainer E. Zimmermann 13-35
Mind, Matter, Meaning and Information PDF
Robin Faichney 36-45
Communicative Modelling of Cultural Transmission and Evolution Through a Holographic Cognition Model PDF
Ambjörn Naeve 46-66
Arrows Can Be Dangerous PDF
John Monk 67-92
Race: The Difference That Makes a Difference PDF
Syed Mustafa Ali 93-106
Do We Need a Global Brain? PDF
Jan Sliwa 107-116
Information and the Transformation of Sociology: Interactivity and Social Media Monitoring PDF
Hugh Mackay 117-126

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