Monthly Archives: June 2013

Musings on ICA 2

This is the sequel of a Q&A on last week’s ICA conference in London. If you haven’t read the first part, you can do so here:¬† What did the conference hotel look like? As if Margaret Thatcher has been the … Continue reading

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Musings on ICA 1

After an intense and amazing week at the International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference in London, it’s time to recapitulate. I’ll try to do this in Q&A style. What is ICA? ICA is the biggest (?) association for media and … Continue reading

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Sharing is daring?

Why do certain people share their stuff, while others don’t? In science, why do certain researchers publish pre-prints of their articles or make data publicly available, while others don’t? Is there a participatory culture that encourages sharing? Where is it … Continue reading

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