Tag Archive for ‘blogs’
Here are the slides from the talk to Google that our retroV group (Information Virality) gave. This project got the Google researc award and it was great to be able to present some of our findings to Google.
This presentation is based on two academic papers
This post covers the paper that Kevin Wallsten is presenting at HICSS at the e-government minitrack. Kevin is trying to assess the relationship between the blogosphere and journalists. He looked at the A-list blogs by combining two main authority indices of blogs – Karpf’s BAI index and The Truth Laid Bear. His findings: Since 2004 [...]
Our retroV team (which studies the topic of information virality) will present in the IPP 2010 conference (Internet, Politics, Policy) held in Oxford. This conference is a great opportunity to enjoy the growing number of scholars who study the topic of information politics. Our paper, Fifteen Minutes of Fame: The Place of Blogs in the [...]