Twitter Interview “Ik begin de dag met mijn RSS Reader”

Ik werd vanmiddag door Sanne Brand en Mark Zaremba via Twitter geïnterviewd voor hun project Social Networkz aan de Fontys Hogeschool voor Journalistiek in Tilburg. Het “origineel” is te vinden op de blog van Sanne Brand. Wat ik met name interessant vind aan deze vorm van een interview is dat ik door de “restricties” van… Read more Twitter Interview “Ik begin de dag met mijn RSS Reader”

Walled Garden: Communities and Networks post Web 2.0 (part 1)

Walled Garden is an international working conference that took place in the Lloyd Hotel, Amsterdam on the 20th and 21st of November 2008. The Digital Methods Initiative participated in the session titled Mapping the Walled Gardens: Digital methods for researching and visualizing networks on the Web, moderated by Sabine Niederer and Richard Rogers. “What happens… Read more Walled Garden: Communities and Networks post Web 2.0 (part 1)

Blogs are boring

When I saw Clay Shirky’s appearance on the Colbert Report of the 3rd of April 2008 I wrote down this quote: Communications tools don’t get socially interesting until they get technologically boring. Social effects are more important than just how the technology works. (Clay Shirky) It has stuck to me ever since and when I… Read more Blogs are boring

FIFI2008 Conference with a lot of Poking (and a little bit of E)

All the invited business contacts of XS4ALL received a Poken at the registration desk of the FIFI2008 conference. It turned out to be the most interesting object of the day. The main conference theme was internet, society and security and the first session that got my interest was a live demonstration of social engineering by… Read more FIFI2008 Conference with a lot of Poking (and a little bit of E)

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