"The Internet as Playground and Factory," which will explore the meaning and changing face of labor in the digital era. For three days, 90 theorists, artists, legal scholars, activists, students, programmers, historians, and social media experts will join to re-evaluate what constitutes unpaid labor, value, leisure, play, fun, and exploitation in an economy that is increasingly driven by the expropriation of all our blogging, data entries in online profiles, and submitted photos and videos. This event will commence a biennial series of conferences titled, The Politics of Digital Media.
For more information, visit http://digitallabor.org
Official Website: http://digitallabor.org
Added by SandyO on October 12, 2009