I made a short survey on how researchers use and experience social media. If you work in an academic or other research setting, in the US, and use social media at least in part for your work, please consider taking a 10- minute survey. Feel free to share! Here's a link: https://bit.ly/3LXGMa0 Thank you!
Blogging is dead. Long live the blog! At 268,000, visits to this blog are now down 37% from the peak year of 2015. At the same time, this year I had the fewest number of new posts, just 39. On the other hand, this year I had 25 million impressions on Twitter. Whatever that means.…
"The First Amendment does not permit a public official who utilizes a social media account for all manner of official purposes to exclude persons from an otherwise-open online dialogue because they expressed views with which the official disagrees."
Blog productivity was up. The top 10 posts. See you next year!
We're unblocked -- but a lot of other people aren't -- while Trump appeals.
The decision is a breath of democracy fresh air.
Too often sociologists think of social media, or online communications generally, primarily as a way of broadcasting their ideas.
With updates. Yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, lawyers from the Knight First Amendment Institute and the Department of Justice argued the lawsuit against President Trump and his staff for blocking us on Twitter, in which I'm a plaintiff. After the two-hour hearing, just like in Law and…
It wasn't just another year.
From it's not true to nothing matters in a few tweets.