Tagged: epistemology

Journalism in an era of big data: Cases, concepts, and critiques

I’m excited to announce the publication of a special issue of Digital Journalism that I guest-edited around the theme “Journalism in an Era of Big Data: Cases, Concepts, and Critiques.” I was fortunate to work with a terrific set of contributors. Their work sheds important light on the implications of data and algorithms, computation and quantification, for journalism as practice and […]

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Apple v. Samsung and a “CSI effect”?

Much has been written about the recent patent infringement case between Apple and Samsung. (Or should I say cases?)  But, I’ll give a quick overview.  Apple sues Samsung for a variety of patent infringements relating to the design and the user interface (e.g., the icons and how to interact with them).  Samsung counter sues arguing […]

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Culture Digitally the Podcast Episode 2: Conversations on Epistemology and Expertise

Hello everyone.   We have a new episode of Culture Digitally the Podcast.  It’s the second installment in a series that documents conversations among digital media scholars on issues relevant to the study of culture, digital media and technology. The discussion format is open and gives our readers the chance to hear our contributors thinking aloud.  […]

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