At our 6th annual Digital Methods Summer School, “Reality Mining and the Limits of Digital Methods” I presented some of our tools available at the DMI Tool Database during a tool medley:
These are the slides from my presentation on Web Archives and Digital Methods: Reconstructing the Dutch Blogosphere with the Internet Archive. During the NWO CATCHmeeting “Supporting Media Studies Research: Exploration and Contextualization” at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum I presented some web archive use scenarios with a specific focus on doing… Read more Slides from my presentation on Web Archives and Digital Methods
Naar aanleiding van een artikel van Marjolein Kampschreur over de nieuwe cookiewet in Nederland en de implementatie van cookies door Nederlandse politieke partijen op hun websites besloot ik met behulp van onze Track the Trackers tool het gebruik van trackers als beacons, cookies, plugins, widgets en analytics op de websites van Nederlandse politieke partijen kaart… Read more Trackers gebruikt op de websites van Nederlandse politieke partijen in kaart gebracht
I was honored when I was asked to contribute to the First Five Tumblr which asks “What are the first five websites you visit every day?.” In August 2007 I described my daily blogging routine on this blog by consciously looking at which websites I visit daily and why. In 2007 my morning routine was… Read more Featured on “First Five”
Chicago Milwaukee Toronto New York London Enabled by webstagram (Instagram for the Web) and the WordPress Instapress plugin.
Two days ago I wrote a post on ‘What does Twitter know about me? My .zip file with 50Mb of data‘ where I showed that Twitter is currently storing 152 phonenumbers and 1186 e-mail addresses from my contacts which have been imported when I used the Find Friends feature. However, it seems fairly simple to… Read more An easy solution to remove your contacts from Twitter