I am currently at TPRC, where I presented a paper Merrill Roth, Eric Baumer, and I are still working on. This post is not about that (though I think we did well and overall it was a good session). The best exchanges at conferences, as we know, happen in the corridors. And I just had… Read More »
For everyone who ever wondered about what is that I am doing at the moment, here is the first attempt of some very talented students to tell the story. There is more to follow.
With the dissertation defended I plan on bringing this blog back to life. I started a post-doc position with the Cornell eRulemaking Initiative (CeRI), based in Cornell Law School. The project runs a very interesting operation called Regulation Room. It offers a platform and, even more importantly, a process for online public participation in the… Read More »
I am currently at the fifth IGF in Vilnius and yesterday I presented some data from our study on the online routines of the digital natives at the GigaNet. Here, i would like to share one observation that I find particularly interesting. In the graph below you can see a summary of our coding of… Read More »
Over the past few months I had the pleasure of working with a great group of people on planning the next symposium of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network. The final program is now available online and I am also posting it below. I think it will be a very interesting day and if you… Read More »
If you happen to follow this blog, you have probably noticed the relative silence in the last month or so. I was, and still am, extremely busy primarily with working on my A-exams and moving on with shaping my dissertation ideas. One of the upcoming highlights is me going to the World Telecommunication Policy Forum… Read More »