The newly rebranded GeekyCon fan convention struggles to reconcile commerce and community, negotiate the inclusion of more white (cis) men in a heretofore female/queer environment, and create a “positive” fan environment that still leaves room for dissent.
The sudden departure of Jian Ghomeshi from Q illustrates that the CBC’s once innovative radio division needs to focus on developing new personalities and formats if it is to adapt to a rapidly evolving mediascape.
The ways people have appropriated and redeployed the campaign tell us much more about how it “worked” than critiques of people who participated.
Klout attempts to quantify the ephemeral, subjective concept of online influence through social media analytics. What does such a number mean for how we consider self-presentation online?
While Internet denizens celebrate the web’s “official” 25th anniversary today, we might pause to recognize how confusing and uncertain “inventions” and “births” sometimes are.
A federal appeals court just ended net neutrality because the FCC didn’t call it what it is: common carriage.
The policy battle over net neutrality is heating back up with the hearing in Verizon v. FCC. Here’s what’s at stake in the case.