The „General Online Research“ (GOR) Conference is only 2 months away, and a preliminary version of the programme has been published a couple of days ago. You can access it via the conference tool (follow the link on this site). There is also an early-booking-discount if you register for the
We’ve extended the proposal submission deadline for the BlogTalk 2008 conference (Cork, Ireland) by one week. You now have until 23rd November, 2007 to submit your 2-4 page paper proposal.
Just a quick pointer: The Goethe Institut has published a short essay of mine on the changing publics of the Web 2.0 – and they also translated it into english.
It’s almost a week now since the AOIR conference „Let’s play“ ended. I’m not really good at live conference blogging, especially after I’ve witnessed Axel Bruns‘ speed – it seemed he had his accounts of all the sessions published even before they began -, but I should at least summarize
(SPOILER ALERT if you read this before saturday 8.30 pacific time.. :)). On saturday morning, I’ll be participating in a round table discussion on Social Networking Sites. Nancy Baym, our chair, asked us discussants to answer three questions in advance; here they are with my answers as well: (1) Identify
After my 8-days-roundtrip of the Pacific Northwest, I’ve come back to Vancouver on Tuesday where the „Internet Research 8.0: Let’s play“ conference kicked off last night. Actually, there was kind of a pre-pre-kickoff meeting on tuesday night at a bar close to one of the conference hotels, suggested by Simone
Dieses Weblogs sieht zwar neu aus, baut aber auf auf den 3 Jahren Blogerfahrung (siehe hier) auf. Mein beruflicher Wechsel von Bamberg nach Hamburg ist der Grund, warum ich neu anfange… This blog appears to be pretty new, but actually I’ve been blogging over here for a couple of years