The rise of the informal media: how search engines, weblogs and You-Tube change public opinion
With the rise of less formal, more personal media outlets like YouTube and blogs, the mass media is no longer our only public forum. This issue of the Dutch architectural journal Openinvestigates these new user-tailored media, asking, "What are the opportunities for artistic practices and critical forms of publicness?"
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