June 3 and 4, 2010 – Personal Democracy Forum 2010 – NYC

I spoke on June 4th at the Personal Democracy Forum in New York City about what social media network maps can tell us about various political figures and topics. The video is available here: http://streams.civicolive.com/stream/127/5040/6000. Political discussions are obviously a major area of social media use. This talk explores the ways social network analysis and visualization [...]
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Video: Natalia Martín talks to Marc Smith and John Kelly about Social Media Analysis

I spoke about social media with Natalia Martín Cantero, RTVE blogger and professor in digital new reporting at IE School of Communication-IE University in Segovia, Spain along with my colleague John Kelly, from the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University and Founder of Morningside Analytics. The video was recorded at the symposium on Transnational connections: Challenges and opportunities for communication. In this [...]
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Video: Interviews at IE University Transnational Connections Symposium in Segovia, Spain

In March, 2010 I had the pleasure of attending and speaking in Segovia, Spain at the IE University Department of Communication at the symposium on Transnational connections: Challenges and opportunities for communication. The symposium is organized with Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania.  I participated in a video interview with several [...]
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