[Air-l] Online graffiti
M.B.Gaved at open.ac.uk
Thu Apr 20 03:01:51 PDT 2006
sounds interesting. Like Cameron, I'd ask about what definition you have for "online graffitti"
- online archives of physical real-world graffitti
one of my favourites is Banksy's own site: http://www.banksy.co.uk/
- online spaces which are set up for free expression
(wow, this is so broad it could mean *anything*! perhaps, an online environment with a graphic tool set? anybody fancy trying to define this category?)
- defacement of existing online content?
years ago attrition kept an archive of hacked websites http://www.attrition.org/mirror/attrition/
I am not sure who might be keeping current lists?
good luck, let us know how you get on!
The Open University
From: air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org on behalf of M. Cameron Jones
Sent: Wed 4/19/2006 11:44 PM
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Subject: Re: [Air-l] Online graffiti
Hi Sigal -
On 4/19/06, Sigal <sigalz at shaw.ca> wrote:
> This is my first post here, and I would like to have any idea about "online
> graffiti" as a communication method.
Are you asking about where you can find/see/study online graffiti? Or
about existing research about it?
Some examples of the former
As for the latter --
I remember a CHI poster or paper a few years ago about it... found it.
Carter, S., Churchill, E., Denoue, L., Helfman, J., Nelson, J. (2004).
Digital graffiti: public annotation of multimedia content. CHI '04
extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems. Vienna,
Austria. pp 1207 - 1210.
- Cameron Jones
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