Announcing the Digital Methods Summer School 2010: Foundations for Online Research with Digital Methods

The Digital Methods Initiative, a collaboration of the New Media & Digital Culture program at the University of Amsterdam and the Govcom.org Foundation, is organizing its 4th annual Summer School for advanced B.A. and M.A. students, PhD candidates as well as designers, artists and programmers working in the area of online media research, broadly conceived.… Read more Announcing the Digital Methods Summer School 2010: Foundations for Online Research with Digital Methods

Essay on Identity 2.0: Constructing identity with cultural software

Presented at the DMI mini-conference, University of Amsterdam, day 2. Introduction to my paper on Identity 2.0 Yesterday we talked about the web having technological eras, or periods of the web that have specific providers, software and templates. This is also what I indirectly undertake in my study into the reconfiguration of identity in the… Read more Essay on Identity 2.0: Constructing identity with cultural software

DMI mini-conference Day 2: Carolin Gerlitz on Mapping and Tracing Brands

Carolin Gerlitz, Made by many: Tracing and mapping consumer/brand interaction across online spaces. Respondent: Anne Helmond, University of Amsterdam. 21 January 2010. “Made by many” in the paper title refers to the way brands are increasingly shaped and expressed in performative spaced on the web by consumers along with producers. Brands are constituted by the… Read more DMI mini-conference Day 2: Carolin Gerlitz on Mapping and Tracing Brands

DMI mini-conference Day 1: Michael Stevenson on the Archived Blogosphere

The Digital Methods Initiative is holding a three day mini-conference with workshop presenting papers and research proposals.Today I responded to Michael Stevenson’s paper on the history of the blogosphere through the eyes of EatonWeb and the Internet Archive. The following is my summary of his paper and argument followed by questions. Michael Stevenson. The archived… Read more DMI mini-conference Day 1: Michael Stevenson on the Archived Blogosphere

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