Talk:Online Communication, Blogs and Wikipedia

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If this ever happens maybe to include Webcomics. These usually feature a high degree of author-audience interaction - as far as playing with the expectations an audience has uttered (in the forums) => either catering to them or deliberately messing up their expectations. Some webmcomics do especially play with genre awareness; other intergrate many pop-(and other-)-culture references. The better ones are not usually "fan art" but at least alter the original considerably so that it is merely a starting point. Maybe this would be worth another interesting seminar or a part of a comic/sequential art seminar - or start for new research as there does not seem to be much on it. (en.wikipedia has quite some references but those are mostly tangential articles; a quick search in the subject catalogues hardly yielded anything.) --Nico Zorn 17:26, 31 December 2008 (UTC)