On the future of new media, media ecologies and media as the death of nature

Dead Media/Live Nature On October 31st I attended the first ASCA matinee with speaker Jussi Parikka from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. His talk, titled “Dead Media/Live Nature: Media Ecologies of Animal Intensities,” focused on the transpositions of media and nature through recent art projects such as Harwood, Wright and Yokokoji’s Eco Media (Cross Talk)… Read more On the future of new media, media ecologies and media as the death of nature

Slides from my presentation at the first WordCampNL

Yesterday I attended the first ever WordCampNL where I gave a talk about “The blog as database. Blogging and the blogosphere through the eyes of software and search engines.” I talked about how research can tell us something about current blogging culture through three concepts: Freshness Fetish (an internal wish to update, the consensus within… Read more Slides from my presentation at the first WordCampNL

New ASCA PhD Candidate: Introduction to my research

Short introduction to my research in the ASCA newsletter #119, October 2009. Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam Anne Helmond, Software‐Engine relations in the Social Web (Docent‐Promovendus, Promotor: Richard Rogers) The research contributes to the emerging field of software studies as a branch within media studies. Software is an understudied object within media… Read more New ASCA PhD Candidate: Introduction to my research

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