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ActiveHistory.ca
"ActiveHistory.ca is a website that connects the work of historians with the wider public and the importance of the past to current events."
weblog-group  history  public  public-understanding  outreach  country(Canada) 
april 2015 by tsuomela
Atmospheric Phenomena | Unusual phenomena around the World
"The blog for atmospheric phenomena is provided by Arbeitskreis Meteore e.V. It aims at collecting unusual phenomena of atmospheric optics."
weblog-group  atmosphere  weather  meteorology  vision  photos  rainbow  clouds 
april 2015 by tsuomela
Analytical Access to the Domain Dark Archive
"Developing new forms of access to a dark archive of UK websites (1996-2010). Funded by the JISC, led by the Institute of Historical Research in partnership with the British Library and the University of Cambridge."
weblog-group  research  web-archive  country(UK)  project 
november 2014 by tsuomela
astrobites | the astro-ph reader's digest
"Astrobites is a daily literature journal summarizing new astrophysical research posted to astroph. Astrobites is written by graduate students for undergraduates. Click here to read more about our goals."
astronomy  education  research  writer  weblog-group  outreach 
february 2014 by tsuomela
Culture Digitally // Examining Contemporary Cultural Production
"With the generous support of the National Science Foundation we have developed Culture Digitally. The blog is meant to be a gathering point for scholars and others who study cultural production and information technologies. Welcome and please join our conversation."
weblog-group  digital  culture  technology 
february 2014 by tsuomela
The Policy and Internet Blog | Understanding public policy online
"This blog investigates the relationship between the Internet and public policy. It covers work by the Oxford Internet Institute, and work published in its journal Policy & Internet (Wiley-Blackwell)."
weblog-group  policy  internet  governance 
july 2013 by tsuomela
Follow the Crowd | Crowd Research Blog
"The CrowdResearch.org blog, Follow the Crowd, intends to become the premier web resource for ideas related to crowd computing research. Our focus is rapid dissemination of these ideas and vigorous discussion of them."
crowds  crowdsourcing  distributed  cognition  online  research  news  weblog-group 
march 2013 by tsuomela
TALL blog
The TALL group is part of the Department for Continuing Education at the University of Oxford.

We research technology & learning, develop online courseware, and provide consultancy in e-learning for in-house and external clients.
weblog-group  education  open-education  teaching 
september 2011 by tsuomela
Social Media Collective
This is the group blog for the Social Media Collective at Microsoft Research New England. We are a team of social scientists and humanists who use qualitative methods like ethnography and content analysis to study a broad range of online technologies like social network sites, video games, blogs, online culture, mobile devices, news and activism, and more. Here you can learn more about who we are and what we do.
weblog-group  research  microsoft  social-media 
september 2011 by tsuomela
Working Wikily
"The purpose of this blog is to provide practitioners in the social sector with a filter for the events that are pushing the field towards a more networked form of work and a perspective on how and why those events are unfolding."
weblog-group  social-media  online  collaboration  non-profit  philanthropy  community 
july 2011 by tsuomela
Software Studies
"Social scientists, philosophers, cultural critics, and media and new media theorists now seem to cover all aspects of the IT revolution, creating a number of new disciplines such as cyber culture, Internet studies, new media theory, and digital culture. Yet the underlying engine that drives most of these subjects – software – has received little or no direct attention. Software is still invisible to most academics, artists, and cultural professionals interested in IT and its cultural and social effects. But if we continue to limit critical discussions to the notions of “cyber,” “digital,” “new media,” or “Internet,” we are in danger of always dealing only with effects rather than causes
research  weblog-group  academic  academic-center  software  technology  theory  software-studies 
may 2011 by tsuomela
M-Phi
blog dedicated to mathematical philosophy.
weblog-group  philosophy  mathematics 
april 2011 by tsuomela
Monitoring, Modeling, and Memory
"We are a collaboration of researchers performing a comparative study of scientific collaborations."
weblog-group  science  collaboration  cyberscience  infrastructure 
march 2011 by tsuomela
Discard Studies | …exploring throw-away culture
"The new multidisciplinary field of discard studies considers definitions of, attitudes toward, and behaviors around waste, broadly defined. This blog is meant as an online gathering place for scholars, activists, environmentalists, students, artists, planners, and anyone else whose work touches on themes relevant to the study of discard."
weblog-group  culture  discard  environment 
march 2011 by tsuomela
TripleCrisis
"The world is experiencing three simultaneous crises in finance, development, and the environment. A number of economists are questioning the mainstream narratives and analyses of these crises. Some of us have joined to create the Triple Crisis Blog to contribute to a more open and global dialogue around these three crises."
weblog-group  economics  environment  development  finance 
january 2011 by tsuomela
13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR
Adam Frank; Astrophysicist; University of Rochester
Marcelo Gleiser; Theoretical Physicist; Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy Dartmouth College
Ursula Goodenough; Biologist; Washington University
Stuart Kauffman; Biologist; University of Vermont Santa Fe Institute
Alva Noë; Philosopher; University of California, Berkeley
weblog-group  philosophy  science 
october 2010 by tsuomela
50 Posts About Cyborgs
September 2010 is the 50th Anniversary of the coining of the term 'cyborg'. Over a month, this site will update 50 times with links to material — most of it new — celebrating 50 years of one of the 20th Century's more enduring concepts.
cyborgs  cybernetics  weblog-group  history  sts  science  technology  culture 
september 2010 by tsuomela
Science Blogging Aggregated
There is now no one-stop-shopping place for a daily fill of science and culture – instead, there are dozens of such places. Thus a need arose to aggregate all these networks in a single web page as a starting point leading to all of the diverse places where science is discussed online.

The result of this thinking is the page you are on right now – Scienceblogging.org (also Scienceblogging.com) is a new central clearinghouse for all your science needs. Built by Anton Zuiker, Bora Zivkovic and Dave Munger, the page will aggregate RSS feeds from all the major (and some minor) science blogging networks, group blogs, aggregators and services.
weblog-community  weblog-group  aggregator  science  communication  group 
september 2010 by tsuomela
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