Credit unions for online content – Alternatives to social media platform oligopoly that go beyond the false choice of dictatorship versus chaos
Marc Smith Content management on social media platforms is a complex issue. We are often…
I will lead a workshop with Martha Russell on social network analysis of social media as part of the Stanford Media X Summer Institute on New Metrics for New Media: Analytics for Social Media and Virtual Worlds this Summer. I am looking forward to working with the folks at Media X which hosts a range of cutting edge events devoted to exploring the newest trends in technology and society.
It is also worth noting that the traveling exhibit “Places and Spaces” will be displayed through the MEDIA X program at Stanford until December 18th, 2009. There is a May 18, 5-6:30pm Reception in Wallenberg Hall on the campus. The show includes an image I worked on with Danyel Fisher and Tony Capone that represents an overview of Usenet newsgroups.
The show includes a variety of information visualizations and maps that illustrate the utility of graphical representations of complex concepts and terrains. From the Media X site:
“The Places & Spaces exhibit, at Wallenberg Hall has two components. The physical component is available for display and allows for close visual inspection through high-quality prints. It is meant to inspire cross-disciplinary discussion on how best to track and communicate human activity and scientific progress on a global scale. It includes hand-on science maps for children. The online counterpart provides links to a selected series of maps and their makers along with detailed explanations of why these maps work.” [Link]