On the Evolution of Methods: Banditry and the Volatility of Methods

I was honored to be invited by The Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the University of St. Gallen to participate in the expert-workshop “Research Methods in the Digitally Networked Information Age” in Brunnen, Switzerland from 10 to 12 May 2010. On Tuesday Christian Sandvig and I moderated the “Evolution of Methods” panel in… Read more On the Evolution of Methods: Banditry and the Volatility of Methods

Photos The Next Web Conference 2010

All pictures from the Next Web Conference 2010 on Flickr. All photos licensed under a CC license: Non-commercial use allowed with a name credit: Photo by Anne Helmond Please contact me at anne.helmond(at)gmail.com if you would like to use a picture for commercial use.

The Next Web: Joe Stump on “Combining Location and real time, that’s hot!”

Joe Stump is the CTO of SimpleGeo, a company that could be described as a S3 for location services. A few stats: Lat-long timestamp per user id: every 30 seconds users update their location which amounts to 1,6 petabytes per year. Location-based services amount to about 128.000 dollar a month in S3 costs: No wonder… Read more The Next Web: Joe Stump on “Combining Location and real time, that’s hot!”

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