Category Archives: Links

Tumblr Account of the Moment II: Garfield Minus Garfield

On this edition of the Tumblr Account of the Moment, we’ll take a look at a surreal concept of comics and memes. Jim Davis’ cartoon Garfield has been running for over 30 years. It’s a cartoon that some love, and … Continue reading

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Facebook Announcements, Political Impact, and Traditional Media

The other day, Moammar Qaddafi was killed, and over the next week or so, NATO will end its operations in Libya. NATO Commander¬†Admiral James Stavridis stated the following on his Facebook Page: An extraordinary 24 hours in Libya. As SACEUR, … Continue reading

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SNL Critiques Internet Culture

Last weekend, SNL had a sketch that was relavent to the TECH 621 discussion on identity this past week. Here’s the sketch on Hulu. As silly as the ending was to this sketch was, I think the larger point is … Continue reading

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The Pink Floyd Social Media Experience

Today I found a really neat musical experience that is occurring on social media. Pink Floyd next week will be re-releasing much of their discography on a large box-set. To celebrate and hype the release, the 1974 Wembeley performance in … Continue reading

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NodeXL and SNA with Marc A. Smith at Purdue

Yesterday, Xin Chen and I attended a talk put on by the Brian Lamb Communications Department at Purdue about Social Network Analysis.¬†The speaker was Marc A. Smith, a UCLA PhD in Sociology. THE TALK He worked with Microsoft for a … Continue reading

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