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  • Introduction: Beyond the centrality of media and the centrality of space

    Starting from the middle of the twentieth century human geography has allowed social sciences to escape the prison of Euclidean, abstract space. In that prison, social actors performed within an empty, static container known as “space,” which was more or less a background to their actions. This liberation had many fathers. We could quote Henri Lefebvre’s writings on spatial production (Lefebvre, 1991), Michel de Certeau’s notion of “space as practiced place” (de Certeau, 1984), and Yi–Fu Tuan...

    An initial exploration of ethical research practices regarding automated data extraction from online social media user profiles

    The popularity of social media, especially online social networks, has led to the availability of potentially rich sources of data, which researchers can use for extraction via automated means. However, the process of automated extraction from user profiles results in a variety of ethical considerations and challenges for researchers. This paper examines this question further, surveying researchers to gain information regarding their experiences of, and thoughts about, the challenges to ethic...

    The X-Stop Files

    Software filters present one way to examine the contents of the Internet. Libraries providing Internet access have been turning to these programs as a way to handle concerns over the contents of some sites and servers. Some programs, however, filter at a broad level, causing loss of information and access denial to certain digital locations.

    When beggers become choosers

    This paper explores the notion of leadership in open source software development projects. This paper departs from the discussion of leadership in Learner and Tiroles working paper "The Simple Economics of Open Source". My paper argues that leaders in open source projects only have indirect means of influence on what co-developers should develop. It is shown that leaders are beggars for help and contributions from co-developers, when the project starts up. But leaders become choosers, if a pr...
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