I morse deltog jag i norsk radio – närmare bestämt P2 Kulturnytt, sändningen kl. 08.05 (min del är tillgänglig här som mp3-fil). I inslaget diskuterar jag några av de fynd jag kommit fram till när det gäller hur norska partiledare i Stortinget använt sig av Twitter under pågående valkampanj – mellan 1 augusti ocb 1 september. Nedan […]
Yup, that’s my arm right there. I was interviewed for Uppsala local TV today – actually two separate local stations wanted to talk to me, but I’ve only managed to locate one of the interviews online. Unfortunately the clip could not be embedded into, say, this blog post – but you can see it here.
Yours truly during todays presentation at qumu. Photo taken by Jonny Holmström.
I was in Oslo this tuesday to present some of my ongoing research on political Twitter use in Scandinavia (undertaken in collaboration with Hallvard Moe). My presentation went well, and was visualized by Esther Buchmann as seen above. Pretty cool, if I may say so myself.
Just as the working week was winding down I received an e-mail containing the good news that my application for the 2011 Summer Doctoral Programme at the Oxford Internet Institute had been successful. Beginning july 11 and two weeks onwards, I will be spending my time at the institute discussing Internet related social scientific research […]
From january 18th to March 14th, I’ll be a visiting PhD student the School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University. I’ve been assigned to live at Ford Hall, right next to the school. I’m looking forward to a fun couple of weeks in New Brunswick, and also a couple of visits to New York.
My speech and subsequent discussion session during Internetdagarna was filmed and broadcast on Swedish Television (that’s me in the middle in the picture above). I was discussing some of my research findings regarding the recently held Swedish general election (more info here). The entire session is available for your perusal (in Swedish only) on YouTube […]
I’m in Bergen to give a presentation and to collaborate with Hallvard Moe on a few research projects focusing on the social media platform Twitter. Should be good. Only downside is the weather. It rains here. A lot.