just read about an exciting sounding book on everydayliteracies:
wikiworld: political economy and the promise of participatory media
- a newly published book by juha suroanta & tere vadén, available here

haven't read it yet, but immediately raises more questions about book publishing, their use of "copyleft" instead of "copyright", and what kind of wiki, wacky, wonderful world we're living in and heading toward.

here's the toc:
1. A Critical Paradigm of Education
2. Digital Literacy and Political Economy
3. Radical Monopolies: Schools, Computer Softwares and Social Media
4. The World Divided in Two
5. Edutopias and the Promise of Active Citizenship
6. From Social Media to Socialist Media

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