Read the second issue of Computational Culture, a journal of software studies, with articles on subjects ranging from location-aware social media, Google’s PageRank to a methodology for software studies. Boris Ružić wrote an extensive review of Geert Lovink’s Networks Without a Cause. Available online at computationalculture.net.
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Design my Privacy
Your privacy is under pressure. Sometimes it appears as if the computer knows exactly what our needs are, or what we are looking for. We click, we like and app to our hearts content. The Internet knows exactly who we are and gives us all kinds of free information. But behind the smart products and [...]
Digital Human-to-Human Dialogues
By Dylan Degeling Conversations on publication platforms are slowly turning into a dying breed. With several popular publication platforms and blogs permanently closing up their comment-sections, the means by which people engage with a publication on the web is changing (Elis, 2015; Gasthuis, 2013; Sweney, 2016). Discussions through comments, currently the most used conversation method [...]
Navigating Theory on Demand: try out our new web platform for reading
Navigating Theory on Demand is a new way of reading, interacting and working with an e-publication. In collaboration with the PublishingLab a new reading platform has been developed for the Theory on Demand series to make the publications easily readable and browsable online. Léna Robin, Josip Batinic and Lucia Dossin have researched, designed and developed [...]