When I say Russian Internet culture I mean not only Russia, but countries that use and fill this sigment of the Internet. For example, the fruits of Russian Internet culture include the library Traum, Kinopoisk, Habrahabr, Adme, Demiart. Is there a book or resource where this is described. If possible, continue this list.
Upyachka, forum.ixbt.com, Russian, Habr, Vkontakte, Sergei Moshkov's library, rutracker - bright representatives of
orin.Runte answered on July 9th 19 at 11:02
Carli answered on July 9th 19 at 11:04
What is meant by "Internet culture" of the country?
A certain pattern of behavior?
Yes, several of them from macalube friendly to intellectuals.
As in all of life. If life in a particular country is acceptable, say, to humiliate the women, a man may do it online.
Some ecosystem resources?
Yes, the Internet is full of resources for Russian-speaking audience and those resources get usedonmost of the user traffic of the Russian segment.
In the view (and the usual surfing) many, the entire Internet is in Russian resources, like already mentioned.
In each country, usually by itself has its own ecosystem of resources - their large (and not) forums, your torrent trackers, DC++, its a social network, sometimes even your own search engine.
Enthusiast, creating a similar resource, regardless of the country usually first targets the audience, speaking in his native tongue.
I don't think there is a single book listing resources belonging to the "Russian Internet culture" because it is a very subjective topic: someone the same Demiart may seem like a small dump from the mid-zero, and for someone - tear-off point, family homepage, daily opening with the start of the browser.