Skyrock image analysis: Color as a main signifier of national/cultural belonging

In June the Digital Methods Initiative was invited to attend a workshop devoted to numerical methods in research on migration in Paris, organized by The ICT-Migration program, in collaboration with the University of California (Santa Cruz). Together with Matthieu Renault and other colleagues we did a small project on image representation used on one of… Read more Skyrock image analysis: Color as a main signifier of national/cultural belonging

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

A Protest’s Web: The Cross-Syndication Practices of G20 Toronto Summit Online Protest Platforms

A research project by Anne Helmond, Catalina Iorga, Alejandro Ortega. Text by Anne Helmond and Catalina Iorga. Project website on the DMI wiki. From 28 June – 9 July 2010 we organized a Digital Methods Training Certificate Program which is a two-week intensive training and skill acquisition program. This project is one of project outcomes… Read more A Protest’s Web: The Cross-Syndication Practices of G20 Toronto Summit Online Protest Platforms

The Wired Graveyard

My colleague Esther Weltevrede has compiled this excellent list of things Wired has declared dead over the past years. Wired: intitle:”* is dead” site:wired.com The Wired Graveyard: The Web Is Dead Futurism Is Dead Skype on Fring Is Dead The desktop is dead “Cyberspace” Is Dead Devo Is Dead Copyright Dead DRM Is Dead The… Read more The Wired Graveyard

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