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118 Katrine Damkjær, Lea Schick Shirky, Clay. Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizing. New York: The Penguin Press. 2008. Print. Tapscott, Dan, and Anthony D. Williams. Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Ev- erything. New York: Portfolio. 2006. Print. Katrine Damkjær is Communication and Management Employee at Louisiana – Museum of Modern Art. She holds a master in ‘Digital Design and Communication’ from the IT University of Copenhagen and a Bachelors in Art History from Copenhagen University. http://www.louisiana.dk/dk Lea Schick, PhD Student, Technologies in Practice faculty group, IT University of Copenhagen. She holds a master in ‘Digital Design and Communication’ also from the IT University and a Bachelors in ‘Aesthetic and Culture’ from Århus University. In her PhD project she explores how a new electricity infrastructure based on renewable energy is imagined and made in Denmark. http://itu.dk/tip/?p=1181 119 Recommended Friends, Artists, Events and Books: The Opportunities and Risks of Web 3.0 Stijn Bannier Chris Vleugels IBBT-SMIT, VUB Studies on Media Information and Telecommunication Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology Vrije Universiteit Brussel Pleinlaan 9, B-1050 Brussels Belgium Bannier@merit.unu.edu Chris.Vleugels@vub.ac.be 1. Introduction Guided by the perspectives of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0, this article examines to what extent Web 3.0, and in particular, recommendation engines, will deliver user-generated, machine-mediated content, and what implications this has for cultural participants and their engagement to and with cultural heritage. There- fore, we use the � ndings from the Flemish IBBT (Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology) research project...
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