Category Archives: software

A review of Katherine Hayles How We Think

Andrew Hoskins’ has reviewed Katherine Hayles new book How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenisis for Information, Communication & Society. As well as the published book there is also a web resource with extra resources, which can be found … Continue reading

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Deborah Lupton reviews Richard Rogers’ Digital Methods

Deborah Lupton has reviewed Richard Rogers’ new book Digital Methods for Information, Communication & Society.

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Deborah Lupton on the academic quantified self

Deborah Lupton provides some thoughtful reflections in the post on the academic quantified self. It builds on some recent pieces on the way in which academics and their work are measured and captured in the form of metrics. There are … Continue reading

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New circulations of culture piece on the LSE Politics & Policy blog

A short article I put together on ‘The New Circulations of Culture’ has just been published on the LSE’s Politics and Policy blog. It’s is a short piece that was originally published by Berfrois. It provides a very brief overview of some of … Continue reading

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A short reading list on the topic ‘Digital by-product data and the social sciences’

Yesterday I posted some description and an outline of my module ‘Digital by-product data and the social sciences‘. Afterwards a couple of people asked if I’d be happy to share the readings, which I certainly am. So I managed to … Continue reading

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Digital by-product data and the social sciences (my postgraduate module)

Over the last two or three weeks I’ve been working on my postgraduate module ‘Digital by-product data and the social sciences’. The module ran for the first time last year and I’ve been trying to develop the content a bit … Continue reading

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An audio interview about my book Popular Culture And New Media: The Politics Of Circulation

Dave O’Brien interviewed me for the critical theory section of the New Book Network. The interview is available in full here. The interview focused on my recently published book Popular Culture and New Media: The Politics of Circulation, and we … Continue reading

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