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Trending Ethnography: Notes on Import, Prediction, and Digital Culture Jan 27, 2014

The Background: “Dead and Buried” At the end of 2013, a flare-up involving the work of Daniel Miller and his colleagues revealed a complex set of tensions regarding how digital culture scholars, journalists, and others in the technology sector address … Continue reading

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Visually Exploring the ICA 2013 Conference (#ica13) Jun 19, 2013

(The Culture Digitally community hails from a number of disciplines, Communication being one of them. We were excited to come across Rodrigo Zamith’s analysis of the presentations at ICA, the most prominent of the scholarly conferences in the Communication field. … Continue reading

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What Socialbots Tell Us about Social Media Apr 2, 2013

The last tweet you got may have been from a robot. A socialbot, to be exact. Like some neo-Asimovian science fiction story, networks of socialbots are beginning to spread across social media, liking, Tweeting, and friending unsuspecting humans, biding their … Continue reading

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Podcast and Dialogue: With Alice Marwick and Brooke Duffy Mar 26, 2013

The Podcast Podcast: Play in new window | Download   The Dialogue Brooke Erin Duffy and Alice Marwick gave a Plenary Panel Lecture at Temple University.  Following up on their panel on “Fashion and Celebrity 2.0: Reconciling Discourses of Authenticity … Continue reading

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Announcement: new article by Lee Humphreys, “Connecting, Coordinating, Cataloguing: Communicative Practices on Mobile Social Networks” Dec 14, 2012

Lee Humphreys has a new essay in the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, called “Connecting, Coordinating, Cataloguing: Communicative Practices on Mobile Social Networks.” This piece will be of great interest to the Culture Digitally crowd, especially those drawn to … Continue reading

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