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Magazine

31 July 2009
Pagar para decidir qué se escribe

Martí Manen

en Spot.us investigan otros sistemas para tratar el “problema” que supone la red para las publicaciones.

Así a lo rápido: plantean temas a abordar y son los lectores quien, mediante contribuciones económicas deciden si se va a escribir un artículo sobre un tema en específico o no.

Parece que, en algunos casos, la cosa funciona. En este momento llevan 3.200 dólares de lectores que quieren que se investigue sobre el presupuesto del ayuntamiento de San Francisco. un buen pico.

La medida puede sonar a populista pero no está mal preguntarse sobre los motivos varios al seleccionar qué temas tratar o qué pasaria con un sistema como este en el mundo del arte…

Exhibition curator and art critic. Yes, after Judith Butler it is possible to be several things at once. He thinks that questions are important and that, sometimes, to ask means to point out.

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