Updated If searching for the news was the most important development of the last decade, sharing the news may be among the most important of the next. – Navigating News Online, May 9, 2011 According to research released today by Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, in the first nine months of 2010, Facebook […]
Presentation for MCDM Research class. PPT. PDF.
How are social networks and social network sites being used by researchers? Guest lecture in Hanson’s COM529 class. [Two addenda!]
Live blogging workshop on online network analysis at UW, Digital Media Working Group (DMWG). Participants: Kirsten Foot, The Coproduction of Online Structures, Associate Professor, UW; Rachel Gibson, The Study of Weblinks as Communicative Devices, Chair, New Media Studies, University of Leicester, UK; Clifford Tatum, Hyper-Lurk Analysis, PhD student, Communication, UW; and Mike Xenos, Making Sense […]
Windows Live Academic (WLA) search (beta) is scheduled to go live after midnight, focusing on (not surprisingly) computer science, physics and engineering subjects. The Microsoft tool provides abstract previews via a preview pane, sort and group by capability, and citation export, according to the website. WLA contains both freely available and access-restricted content, just like […]
Courtesy of one of my COM300 students -> The BBC reports aForrester assertion that the podcast audience is primarily "tech savvy, young males" … "despite the hype surrounding [podcasts]." Harrumph. We are in still in the early adoption stage of this technology! I’m certain that I could examine popular press reports less than two years […]