PageOneX is an open source software tool designed to aid the coding, analysis, and visualization of front page newspaper coverage of major stories and media events. Newsrooms spend massive time and effort deciding what stories make it to the front page. Communication scholars have long used column-inches of print newspaper coverage as an important indicator of mass media attention.
As more sites focus on longform content, Fast Company disclosed some statistics on how its longer pieces have been doing — but the data shows that the real secret isn’t length but ongoing engagement with readers.
NYU ITP graduate student Federico Zannier collected data about himself — online browsing, location, and keystrokes — for his thesis. As he dug into personal data more and looked closer at company privacy policies, he wondered what it might be like if individuals profited from their own data. That is, companies make money using the data we passively generate while we browse and use applications and visit sites. What if individuals owned that data and were able to sell it?
Las nuevas tecnologías y las redes sociales han perturbado el sistema de jerarquías vigente y han agravado la crisis de gobernanza; el reto de los medios sociales es convertir la multitud boba en multitud inteligente.
Jaime del Val artista y filósofo madrileño, fundador del colectivo Reverso, ha obtenido una financiación de dos millones de euros por parte de la Unión Europea para la realización de Metabody, un proyecto que lucha en contra de la creciente...
MIT Open Documentary Lab: "[Katerina] Cizek is currently the director of the NFB’s HIGHRISE project, exploring new forms and new approaches to content. HIGHRISE is a multi-year, many media series of projects. You can see it at highrise.nfb.ca and her previous project Filmmaker-in-Residence at filmmaker.nfb.ca."