During the Digital Methods Winterschool 2012 we worked on a project called Track the Trackers. Track the Trackers The cloud seems to be a buzz word; what it refers to could be difficult to grasp. This project aims to make (some parts) of the cloud tangible. The project focuses on devices that track users online… Read more Track the Trackers and Watch the Watchers
Meer over de literaire avond in de Nieuwe Anita op de website van Literanita. Meer foto’s op Flickr.
My first co-authored article, with colleague Esther Weltevrede, has been published in First Monday, Volume 17, Number 2 – 6 February 2012. Where do bloggers blog? Platform transitions within the historical Dutch blogosphere Abstract The blogosphere has played an instrumental role in the transition and the evolution of linking technologies and practices. This research traces and… Read more Paper: Where do bloggers blog? Platform transitions within the historical Dutch blogosphere
I recently came across a post on O’Reilly that highlighted Christopher Warnow’s network visualization for the book A Thousand Milieus. Warnow created a tool using Processing, based on the Gephi API, that retrieves the Amazon recommendation network for a book. You can download the tool, input your own book and visualize the recommendation network. The tool allows… Read more Visualization: Amazon recommendation network for “Software Studies: A Lexicon”
Last year Erik Borra, Taina Bucher, Carolin Gerlitz, Esther Weltevrede and I worked on a project “One day on the internet is enough” which we have since referred to as “Pace Online.” The project aims to contribute to thinking about temporality or pace online by focusing on the notion of spheres and distinct media spaces.… Read more David Gelernter on the lifestream, time, pace and space.
On the 25th of January I presented a first version of a paper on short URLs during our Digital Methods Winterschool 2012. It contains a case study that aims to map and analyze how devices treat a hyperlink by looking into what happens when a link is shared on a platform and therewith adopted by… Read more The Social Life of a t.co URL visualized