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MediaCommons Survey Response: ‘How has reblogging and reblogging culture on sites like Tumblr and Twitter complicated the notion of authorship?’

I proposed to respond, and was invited this week to post a response, to the MediaCommons frontpage survey question and video interview with Max Marshall: How has reblogging and reblogging culture on sites like Tumblr and Twitter complicated the notion of authorship?

Here’s the interview with Max Marshall that, along with the survey question, prompted my response.

My response, “Laminated Identity: Author(iz)ed Sharing on Facebook” and the conversation that follows, is posted on MediaCommons.

MediaCommons Survey Response: ‘How has reblogging and reblogging culture on sites like Tumblr and Twitter complicated the notion of authorship?’

I proposed to respond, and was invited this week to post a response, to the MediaCommons frontpage survey question and video interview with Max Marshall: How has reblogging and reblogging culture on sites like Tumblr and Twitter complicated the notion of authorship?

Here’s the interview with Max Marshall that, along with the survey question, prompted my response.

My response, “Laminated Identity: Author(iz)ed Sharing on Facebook” and the conversation that follows, is posted on MediaCommons.