Video and slides from the Hacking Journalism event at SETUP Utrecht (in Dutch)

I was invited to present tools from the Digital Methods Initiative at the Hacking Journalism event organized by SETUP Utrecht. In 12 minutes I presented our approach, tools, possible user case scenarios and an example of the operationalization of a research question. Here are the slides and video registration from my – very dense –… Read more Video and slides from the Hacking Journalism event at SETUP Utrecht (in Dutch)

Joris van Hoboken – Google knows your unknown knowns

Opening lecture of the New Media Masters Graduation Day. University of Amsterdam, 21 September 2010. Joris van Hoboken, PhD candidate at the Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam, talked about what Google knows and what Google wants. Google is no longer just a search engine, it is now an extraordinary collection of… Read more Joris van Hoboken – Google knows your unknown knowns

Slides from DMI Summer 2010 – Final Presentations

On the 23rd of September the Digital Methods Initiative presented project outcomes of the 2010 Summer School. Prof. Richard Rogers started with situating Digital Methods within the field of Internet Studies as one of the three strands that deals with the computational turn within Humanities. The first project on Facebook activism was presented by PhD… Read more Slides from DMI Summer 2010 – Final Presentations

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