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  1. Online Comments - a “wicked” problem - Future Tense

    It’s a wicked problem, says social technologist Suw Charman-Anderson. That is, the lack of civility online when people leave comments.

    We tend to blame the poison on so-called "trolls". But does blaming others overlook our own role in reducing standards of online discourse?

    In a two part series, Future Tense looks at the difficulties involved in fostering a genuine online discussion. And we question why so many comment threads quickly deteriorate into the banal, offensive and abusive.

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/futuretense/online-comments---ep/5795478

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  2. The ‘Nasty Effect’: How Comments Color Comprehension : NPR

    At its best, the Web is a place for unlimited exchange of ideas. But the uncivil discourse that unfolds in comments sections can be poisonous. A study in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication suggests that rude comments on articles can change the way we interpret the news.

    http://www.npr.org/2013/03/11/174027294/the-nasty-effect-how-comments-color-comprehension

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  3. The Conversation 2: Don’t Twiddle the Knobs

    Today my guests are Dave Nanian, Adam Keys, Christina Warren, Mike Davidson, and Merlin Mann.

    We discuss Flash, HTML5, and the future of the web, Gowalla, Daringfireballwithcomments – was it legal? was it wrong? was it funny? the newsvine acquisition and NOT selling out or giving up the indy spirit, how to not dupe your readers, technology and kids, comments and giving up control, and how creating an identity on the internet can be both good and evil.

    From http://5by5.tv/conversation/2

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