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Internet themes

26 March, 2010 (12:17) | Internet | By: Aerar

(German version published on 28 December, 2009) Like every year there were several themes which has been discussed in the Internet during the passing year. Some of those have been discussed for years now already while others have returned or are completely new. So before the year ends here is a short poll with the […]

Financially relevant

3 March, 2010 (19:27) | Internet | By: Aerar

(German version published on 12 November, 2009) The proof that Wikipedia at least is relevant itself has been made by the many donations of its users and supporters. If there are really different people behind all these donations of 1 Euro then the discussion about relevance (German) really reached a big part of the Internet […]

Wikipedia

12 February, 2010 (23:17) | Internet, proposals | By: Aerar

(German version published on 6 November, 2009) The discussion about criteria of relevance (German), deletion of articles (German) and the culture of discussion (German) within the Wikipedia has been theme within the net community for a while now (German). Though I have dealt with this topic myself already I want to summarize my answers to […]

Dissuasion watch

5 February, 2010 (22:06) | Internet, law & order, proposals | By: Aerar

(German version published on 27 Oktober, 2009) Now also from me some small thoughts about the dissuasion madness. The last bigger case was the negative PR which Jack Wolfskin produced with its dissuations (German). Before them it were the president of the DFB Theo Zwanziger (German), the Deutsche Bahn (German), Jako (German) and others who […]

Wikicracy

22 October, 2009 (14:14) | Internet | By: Aerar

The title is a mixture of the words Wikipedia and -cracy. Whether it is democracy, bureaucracy or any other form of -cracy is in the focus of discussion in Germany again. To understand this you should know that the German version of Wikipedia is said to have much harder criteriae for the inclusion of articles […]