Posts Tagged: Publishing
Urgent Publishing report by Inte Gloerich, 15-05-19. Pre-Conference Night: Post-Truth Publishing.
Panel Report: The Carrier Bag Theory of Non-Fiction
Urgent Publishing report by Maisa Imamović, 16-05-19. Session 1: The Carrier Bag Theory of Non-Fiction.
Beyond Peer-Review and Self-Help: The Dangerous Potentials of Collaborative Editing and Peer-Commenting
Work faster. Gain acknowledgement. Help peers. Go P2P. Edit collaboratively. Publish democratically. Read critically. These are just some of the promises made by the recent wave software built to facilitate (digital) publication. In the previous post, I evaluated the promises of tools for marketing, post-publication management, and reading. In this post, I will have a [...]
Algorithmic Arrogance: Data-Analysis Tools for Digital Publishing and Their Politics
Enlarge impact. Enhance sales. Spot talent. Get cited. Build communities. Read freely. Analyze complexities. These are just some of the promises made by the recent wave of software built to facilitate (digital) publishing. New media have always carried the promise of liberation and emancipation of (networks of) individual users from societal norms in ‘real life’, [...]