ChatRoulette Analysis: Its platform code favors long-lasting one-on-one relations

The Web Ecology project published the first study (an initial survey) on the new web hype ChatRoulette where a user is randomly paired with another user for chatting. Randomness in the informational web can be found on Google with its “I’m feeling lucky” button, on StumbleUpon with its “Stumble!” button and on Blogger with its Next… Read more ChatRoulette Analysis: Its platform code favors long-lasting one-on-one relations

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

Presentation at the Social Secrets Graduation Workshop

Last week I gave a presentation on social secrets of the web and their privacy issues for the Social Secrets Graduation Workshop at the University of Applied Science/HvA. The presentation (in Dutch) was filmed and can be viewed online at the Social Secrets website or in low-res below: Anne Helmond from Socialsecrets on Vimeo. The… Read more Presentation at the Social Secrets Graduation Workshop

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