Tagged with Theory and Audience Analysis

The Social TV Phenomenon: A Research Paper

After a semester of intensive research and writing, here is the final product of my research paper on Social Television and Second Screen. Check out the full online interactive version here : The Social TV Phenomenon How New Technologies Look to Enhance Television’s Role as an Enabler of Social Interaction Abstract: This paper provides a … Continue reading

Look mom, I made my own augmented reality!

This post is the 19th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is an a ridiculously awesome example of augmented reality, well at least awesome that I got it … Continue reading

Augmented Reality

This post is the 18th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is an initial reaction to the topic of augmented reality. Augmented Reality – where digital overlays are … Continue reading

Who’s hands hold the “virtual” world?

This post is the 16th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is an initial reaction to readings on virtual worlds. In “Why Virtual Worlds Matter” it seems that … Continue reading

New Media Changing Politics

This post is the 15th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is a more in-depth look at the topic of democracy in new media, specifically in relation to … Continue reading

New Media Democracy

This post is the 14th in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post is an initial reaction to the topic of democracy in new media. In Luke Goode’s “Social news, … Continue reading

Week 9: Ethics

This post is the twelfth in a series for a graduate course called Theory and Audience Analysis. For the course, I will be posting weekly questions and follow-up analysis about the various readings we are assigned. This post delves deeper into the topic of ethics in new media. This week we are reading various articles … Continue reading

A discussion of the Egypt Revolution

We had a great Skype discussion with Egyptian journalist,Rehab El Bakry about the role media and social media play in the ongoing revolution in Egypt. While Egyptians had no access to the Internet in 2000, the government put a focus on increasing the Internet availability. Actual memos report that the government at the time thought … Continue reading