Articulating the Speed(s) of the Internet

@article{Holtgrewe2004ArticulatingTS,
  title={Articulating the Speed(s) of the Internet},
  author={Ursula Holtgrewe},
  journal={Time & Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={129 - 146}
}
  • Ursula Holtgrewe
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science
  • Time & Society
  • The Internet is widely considered as a key factor of speeding up social and cultural change. It represents the merging of information and communication technologies and enables flows of information and capital, and communication and cooperation regardless of space and, possibly, time. This article explores the example of Open Source/Free Softwaredevelopment, i.e. software development in self-organized projects based on a considerable share of voluntary work. Here, we find complex articulations… CONTINUE READING
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