Monthly Archives for May 2016

What if the web is almost over?

Nearly ten thousand researchers and no doubt thousands more students have quoted danah boyd and Nicole Ellison’s 2007 definition of social media: We define social network sites as web-based services that allow individuals to (1) construct a public or semi-public … Continue reading

22. May 2016 by Jill
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How the Snapchat Live Story from Norwegian high school graduates’ festival in Stavanger spread around the world

Snapchat’s Live Stories are stories that Snapchat curates from snaps submitted by users who are in a location temporarily designated as a Live Story area, and they are usually about festivals, sports events, elections or special celebrations. Sometimes (quite often?) … Continue reading

10. May 2016 by Jill
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