dot com: The Wikipedia Story
A podcast from Crowd Network
The internet is an increasingly anonymous and faceless place. Or at least, that’s what we’re told. Dot com is the podcast documentary series about the people of the web, drawing back the veil on the faces of the internet in a way that can give us hope, but also leaves questions about its future. In series one, host Katie Puckrik explores the complex universe of Wikipedia, where nerddom rules, communities thrive, and information is everything. It’s fascinating, it’s weird, it’s stories you’ve never heard before. But there are lies and darkness behind that veil, and it’s catching.
This is a Crowd Network original. It’s presented by Katie Puckrik, edited by Charlie Frost and James Bradford, and written and produced by Anna Staufenberg.
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