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For a list of pages see Category:Russia.

P2P Texts in Russian

Theories & Histories

Thesis: Creative History of the Russian Internet


Art Platforms

Goriunova, Olga (2007). Swarm Forms: On Platforms and Creativity. MUTE Magazine Vol 2 #4. Accessible online:


From Andrew Paterson:

Мифы Греции (Greek Myths) blog

"Stumbled across this blog which itself is quite remarkable example of p2p data sharing. Under the strapline 'Mysterious world of ancient legends' it is really a mystery who is behind this blog, who set it up etc. Postings are Russian language translations, mostly from P2P Foundation blog (Michel Bauwens entries, The speed and volume of translations suggests it is an automated bot/script doing the translation labour"


From Andrew Paterson:

It appears that BarCamp, open-space/unconference style gatherings have also blossomed in Russia.

St. Petersburg, June 2009

(see links on right-hand side of NevaCamp pages to other former-Soviet BarCamp locations/events)