Blogging for Engines. Blogs under the Influence of Software-Engine Relations

In February I graduated cum laude with a thesis on blog software and search engines titled ‘Blogging for Engines. Blogs under the Influence of Software-Engine Relations.’ It aims to add the study of software-engine relations to the emerging field of Software Studies, which may open up a new avenue in the field by accounting for… Read more Blogging for Engines. Blogs under the Influence of Software-Engine Relations

Google expands its indexing focus to actions within social networks

For some reason this Google Alert struck me as odd. I previously described how Google Alerts showed me that Google is dividing the web into different spheres, for example the websphere, the blogosphere, the newssphere, the ‘commentosphere’ etc. This Alert however, does not so much seem to point to a specific sphere but to a… Read more Google expands its indexing focus to actions within social networks

Google knows I blog for Google t-shirt

My friends gave me this t-shirt as a graduation present two months ago. It is now the “T-shirt of the day” at Googlified.com, nice. UPDATE: The t-shirt refers to my MA thesis which is now online: Blogging for Engines. Blogs under the Influence of Software-Engine Relations

Recalling RFID: Visualizing the RFID Imagery According to Google

The Recalling RFID seminar on Friday was nicely complemented by workshops on Saturday. With the Digital Methods Initiative we conducted research on various aspects of RFID on the web which resulted in five different projects. I worked on a project titled “RFID Imagery: ‘Wet’ and ‘Dry’ Associations Compared” with Esther Weltevrede, Laura van der Vlies… Read more Recalling RFID: Visualizing the RFID Imagery According to Google

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