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Hi Alex,

OK, thanks for the info re Digital Labor. It sounds like you have a good idea of which article might fit our focus from that conference, so would you like to explore that further, either as potential author or as "potential article finder"? Or do you think there would be enough from one of these panels for a special issue? Also, would it be possible for you to explain in a few words what the main issues the panels dealt were - thanks!


From: Alex Halavais 
On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Mathieu O'Neil
<mathieu.oneil> wrote:

On Internet as Playground and factory...

Good idea, this conference certainly sounded interesting, 
though I could not look in great detail at the program because 
everything apart from the titles was illegible in the pdf... 
 They may have a publication planned already, I don't know.

Yes, there is a book in the works. But not everyone at the conference
(e.g. me!) is involved in the book project. And it may be that 
some of
the presentations that are not as directly related to their book
(e.g., the Mechanical Turk panel, the panel on collaborative literacy)
would be well suited to the journal.

- Alex

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