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Book Reading At SXSW 2016
Books / Presentations

Book Reading At SXSW 2016

The “internet of things” is the expanding network of everyday objects—you can expect some 35 billion connected devices by 2020. The internet won’t be about your mobile phone or laptop anymore, it will be dominated by communication between devices, chips scattered over the natural world, and sensors embedded in our […]

Idea to retire: A closed-platform Internet of Things
Commentary Essays / Other Public Writing

Idea to retire: A closed-platform Internet of Things

This appeared as “Idea to retire: A closed-platform Internet of Things” on the Brookings Institution’s TechTank blog. The Internet has gone through a major demographic transition: in the year 2015, the number of devices connected by the Internet surpassed the number of people connected by the Internet. Public policy makers need […]

In The News / Interviewed

How the Bundys’ social media machine fed their political movement

Helped with a Washington Post story on how social media is used by radical libertarians in the US. Howard, who teaches communications at the University of Washington and Oxford University, noted that social media is a critical tool for protest movements, allowing groups such as the Oregon occupiers to build communities and reach people […]

Prezi:  About the COMPROP Project
Grants / Presentations / Research

Prezi: About the COMPROP Project

Here is an interactive Prezi describing the goals, work plan and initial findings of the Computational Propaganda Research Project.