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

Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life online at Networked: A Networked Book

My chapter for Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art), Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life,  is now officially online and open to comments. Thanks to Turbulence.org and and the National Endowment for the Arts for supporting my research. Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life Identity on the web has changed by the assemblage of… Read more Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life online at Networked: A Networked Book

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