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Anne Helmond

Anne Helmond is Assistant Professor of New Media and Digital Culture and Program Director of the MA New Media and Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam. She is a member of the Digital Methods Initiative research collective where she focuses her research on the infrastructure of social media platforms and apps. Her research interests include digital methods, software studies, platform studies, app studies, infrastructure studies and web history.
Web 2.0 review: Carbonmade

Web 2.0 review: Carbonmade Introduction Carbonmade is a Web application which allows you to create and host an online portfolio. Creating a portfolio can be a lot of work and take up all your time. Carbonmade offers a service which allows you...

Presentation Manovich

Manovich about the shift from Virtual Reality to Augmented Reality: manovichar.pdf


Onderzoek doen naar Nieuwe Media verschijnselen wordt veelal moeilijk gemaakt door allerlei bugs. Hierbij een analoge variant waarmee ik vandaag in aanraking kwam:

Discuss Article: Blogging, the Nihilist Impulse – Geert Lovink

On page three, paragraph three Lovink states that ‘blogs were the actual catalysts that realized democratization’. But wasn’t Usenet an early catalyst? Or is Usenet dismissed because it has never reached critical mass? He also states on page three,...