Monthly Archives for April 2009

social media study group

On Thursday at 1:15 pm we’re gathering masters and PhD students (and other researchers) who are writing about social media at the coffee bar at the University Library here in Bergen – look for a gang of social media types … Continue reading

28. April 2009 by Jill
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calling a customer a brat: twitter and the distinctions between public and private

So the latest fuss in the Norwegian social mediasphere is about Even Sandvold Roland, an 18-year-old in his final year of high school who wrote a tweet yesterday evening complaining that he couldn’t buy a song legally in Norway that … Continue reading

23. April 2009 by Jill
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bohemian rhapsody on old computers

Queen was my first musical love – well, after ABBA, of course. I must have listened to Bohemian Rhapsody hundreds of times. Although the theme of the repentent murderer may seem odd for a fourteen year old to appreciate so … Continue reading

22. April 2009 by Jill
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writing a paper about visualisation of personal data by social networking sites

I spent two days last week at the European Journal of Communication Symposium 2009 – a fabulous little workshop that was held in beautiful Padua, half an hour away from Venice. Every couple of years the journal’s editors invite a … Continue reading

21. April 2009 by Jill
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