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Please… title this book! Jan 3, 2013

After nearly two years’ work, I am ready to turn in the anthology I’ve been co-editing (with Pablo Boczkowski and Kirsten Foot). I’m extremely proud of it, and hope it will be useful to young scholars who work on issues … Continue reading

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How About Some Open Peer Review? Jun 5, 2012

My friend and colleague Mark Hayward and I have been working on an essay entitled “Working Papers in Cultural Studies, or, the Virtues of Gray Literature,” which we’ll be presenting at the upcoming Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference in Paris.  … Continue reading

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Announcement: Limn #2, “Crowds and Clouds” including essays by Gillespie and Kreiss May 14, 2012

The second issue of Limn, titled “Crowds and Clouds,” has just been published. My own piece is a slightly expanded version of my essay, posted here first, called “Can an Algorithm Be Wrong?” But there are a number of other … Continue reading

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Andres Monroy-Hernandez on “Designing for Remixing” at Berkman Feb 9, 2012

Culture Digitally’s Andres Monroy-Hernandez spoke a week or so ago at Harvard Law’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society, on “Designing for Remixing: Computer-supported Social Creativity,” focused on his Scratch Online Community. The video is now available at Berkman’s site. … Continue reading

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Culture Digitally: An Introduction Pt. 2 Jun 20, 2011

We face an increasingly complex ecology of digital technologies and cultural production outlets: blogs, video games, Facebook, wikis, media platforms, Twitter, etc. And we are finding that they present substantive challenges to our ways of understanding the workings and implications … Continue reading

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