Helmond, Anne. (2019). A Historiography of the Hyperlink: Periodizing the Web Through the Changing Role of the Hyperlink. In The SAGE Handbook of Web History, edited by Niels Brügger & Ian Milligan. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
Dieter M, Gerlitz C, Helmond A, Tkacz N, van der Vlist F, Weltevrede E. (2018) Store, interface, package, connection: Methods and propositions for multi-situated app studies. CRC Media of Cooperation Working Paper Series No. 4, Working Paper, 30 August. Collaborative Research Center 1187 Media of Cooperation: University of Siegen. Available at: http://bit.ly/wps1187-4.
Bucher, Taina, and Anne Helmond (2018). “The Affordances of Social Media Platforms.” In The SAGE Handbook of Social Media, edited by Jean Burgess, Thomas Poell, and Alice Marwick. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, pp. 233–253. [pre-print pdf]
Helmond, Anne (2017). “Historical Website Ecology. Analyzing Past States of the Web Using Archived Source Code.” In Web 25: Histories from the First 25 Years of the World Wide Web. Ed. Niels Brügger. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, pp. 139–155. [pre-print pdf]
Helmond, Anne, David Nieborg and Fernando van der Vlist (2017). “The Political Economy of Social Data: A Historical Analysis of Platform–Industry Partnerships.” SMSociety ’17, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Social Media & Society, Toronto, ON, Canada, July 28–30. New York, NY: ACM Press. doi:10.1145/3097286.3097324. [pre-print pdf]
van der Vlist, Fernando N. and Anne Helmond (2017). “Speculative data selfies” Internet Policy Review. [link]
Gerlitz, Carolin, van der Vlist, Fernando N., Helmond, Anne, and Esther Weltevrede (2016). “App support ecologies. An empirical investigation of app-platform relations.” In: Infrastructures of Publics – Publics of Infrastructures, First Annual Conference 2016 of the DFG Collaborative Research Centre 1187 ‘Media of Cooperation’, Artur-Woll-Haus, University of Siegen, Germany. [link]
Berry, David M., Erik Borra, Anne Helmond, Jean-Christophe Plantin, and Jill Walker Rettberg (2015). “The Data Sprint Approach: Exploring the Field of Digital Humanities through Amazon’s Application Programming Interface” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 9 (4). [link]
Helmond, Anne (2015). “The Platformization of the Web: Making Web Data Platform Ready.” Social Media+ Society 1.2: 2056305115603080. [link]
Helmond, Anne (2015). “The Web as Platform: Data Flows in Social Media.” PhD dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 25 September 2015. [blog post] [pdf]. Honorable mention, AoIR 2016 Best Dissertation Award.
Weltevrede, Esther, Anne Helmond, and Carolin Gerlitz (2014). “The Politics of Real-Time: A Device Perspective on Social Media Platforms and Search Engines.” Theory, Culture & Society 31 (6): 125–50. doi:10.1177/0263276414537318. [link] [postprint pdf]
Helmond, Anne (2014). “The new Facebook data policy: like or dislike?” Internet Policy Review. [link]
Gerlitz, Carolin and Anne Helmond (2013). ‘The Like economy: Social buttons and the data-intensive web.’ New Media & Society 15.8: 1329–1347. doi:10.1177/1461444812472322. [link] [pre-peer-review pdf]
Weltevrede, Esther and Anne Helmond (2012). ‘Where do bloggers blog? Platform transitions within the historical Dutch blogosphere.’ First Monday, Volume 17 Number 2. [link]
Helmond, Anne (2012). ‘The Like Economy: The Politics of Data and Dataflows in the Social Web.’ Information in e-motion. Proceedings BOBCATSSS 2012 – 20th International Conference on Information Science. Amsterdam, 23-25 January 2012. Ed. Wolf-Fritz Riekert and Ingeborg Simon. Bock+Herchen Verlag, Bad Honnef, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-88347-287-4. pp. 10-13. [pdf]
Helmond, Anne and Carolin Gerlitz (2011). ‘The Like economy: the social web in transition.’ Paper presented at MiT7 Unstable Platforms – The promise and peril of transition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, 13-15th May 2011. [pdf]
Weltevrede, Esther and Anne Helmond (2011). ‘Where Do Bloggers Blog? Studying Platform Transitions within the Dutch Blogosphere.’ Paper presented at MiT7 Unstable Platforms – The promise and peril of transition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, 13-15th May 2011. [pdf]
Helmond, Anne and Carolin Gerlitz (2011). ‘Hit, Link, Like and Share. Organizing the social and the fabric of the web in a Like economy.’ Paper presented at the Digital Methods Winter School 2011 Conference at the University of Amsterdam, January 24-25, 2011. [blog post] [pdf]
Helmond, Anne (2010). ‘Identity 2.0: Constructing identity with cultural software.’ Paper presented at the Digital Methods Winter School 2010 Conference at the University of Amsterdam, January 20-22, 2010. [blog post] [pdf]
Helmond, Anne (2009). ‘Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life.’ In: Thorington H, Navas E, Green J. Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art). Roslindale, MA: Turbulence. [link]
Digital Methods Initiative (2015). “Field Guide to Online Trackers.” Entry to the Crypto Design Award challenge, Museum of the Image, Breda, 2015.
Digital Methods Initiative (2009). ‘The Nationalities of Issues: Rights Types.’ Global Information Society Watch 2009. [blog post]
Helmond, Anne (2009). ‘Practice-based research in the arts. Henk Borgdorff, based on an interview with Anne Helmond.’ Mapping E-Culture (ed. Cathy Brickwood). Virtueel Platform: Amsterdam. [pdf]
Helmond, Anne (2009). ‘Patching Zone: Collaborative practice and practice-based research. Anne Nigten, based on an interview with Anne Helmond.’ Mapping E-Culture (ed. Cathy Brickwood). Virtueel Platform: Amsterdam. [pdf]
Helmond, Anne (2009). ‘The Chinese Dream. Alex Adriaansens, based on an interview with Anne Helmond.’ Mapping E-Culture (ed. Cathy Brickwood). Virtueel Platform: Amsterdam, 2009. [pdf]