ASA 2011 – Las Vegas, NV: August 20-23 – Sociologists Present On The Social Uses And Effects Of Information Technology

ASA 2011 – Las Vegas, NV: August 20-23 – Sociologists present on the social uses and effects of information technology

2011 ASA meetings are being held in Las Vega, Nevada.  Several sessions are related to the study of the social uses and effects of information technology are hosted by the Communications and Information Technology Section of the American Sociological Association (CITASA). These are the connections among the people who recently tweeted the term “ASA2011″ on 18 […]
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Please Vote On Our SxSW Panel: Social Mapping: Bridging Online & Offline Events

Please vote on our SxSW panel: Social Mapping: Bridging Online & Offline Events

  Please vote on our SxSW 2012 panel: Social Mapping : Bridging Online & Offline Events   Event Interactive 2012 Format Workshop Organizer Emily Gannett ‐ IRL Productions Speakers Marc Smith ‐ Social Media Research Foundation Description Look up from your phone and you will notice that offline is not obsolete. Experiences in real life (IRL) remain powerful and memorable. Online […]
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June 22, 2011: NodeXL At The NextWork Networks Event In New York City

June 22, 2011: NodeXL at the NextWork Networks event in New York City

On June 22nd in New York City Wired Magazine and the Economist hosted a day of discussions and displays related to the theme of “Nextwork” hosted by Juniper Networks and located at the Tribeca Rooftop. The Social Media Research Foundation displayed and printed  Nextwork Networks maps of the connections among the people who tweeted about the conference, […]
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HICSS 2011 Paper: EventGraphs: Charting Collections Of Conference Connections

HICSS 2011 Paper: EventGraphs: Charting Collections of Conference Connections

A recent paper “EventGraphs: Charting Collections of Conference Connections” by Marc Smith from Connected Action, Professor Derek Hansen (College of Information Studies) and Professor Ben Shneiderman (Computer Science/Human Computer Interaction Lab) both from the University of Maryland and has been accepted for publication at the 2011 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) Conference.  This is the 44th year for the conference. [...]
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