Tag Archives for social media

The Hyper-Reflective Web: Revisiting My last 20 Tweets

As we are realizing that network society is contingent on technology, but not on specific technologies (such as email, friendster, myspace, facebook, twitter), we are learning to work and play across and beyond specific social media. For me, the integration … Continue reading

29. July 2009 by Philipp
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Social Media Literacy

Probably we overstretch the metaphor of literacy when we want to talk about what it means to participate in networked societies. However, as the amount of media that we can use explodes (think twitter, facebook, dropbox, wordpress, or typo3), we … Continue reading

12. May 2009 by Philipp
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Entwarnung [all-clear]: Facebook does not make you stupid!

Last month Aryn Karpinski, a doctoral student at Ohio State argued in an unpublished draft article  that College students who use Facebook spend less time studying and have lower grade point averages than students who have not signed up for … Continue reading

09. May 2009 by Philipp
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My Country is Different

in May 2009 many of “us” are getting social media and do believe that “web 2.0” has the potential to be a game changer. However, the critique of the new way of organizing collective action is to be taken seriously. … Continue reading

04. May 2009 by Philipp
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