“I hate it with a passion”: Compulsive connection, Facebook and cultures of affiliation

“I hate it with a passion”: Compulsive connection, Facebook and cultures of affiliation

  People are using media more than they sleep and social media are a major factor in that use. People at different life stages and from different generations are often understood to have fundamentally different patterns of digital communication, often across different platforms. Many have argued that Facebook is important for the presentation of self, […]

DATA SHARING, INTERNET SERVERS, AND CLIMATE CHANGE: ‘WHAT’S YOURS IS MINE, AND WHAT’S MINE IS…’

DATA SHARING, INTERNET SERVERS, AND CLIMATE CHANGE: ‘WHAT’S YOURS IS MINE, AND WHAT’S MINE IS…’

  Today, 5,600,000,000 results were retrieved after a Google search on the term ‘data’ (after 0.55 seconds). Other web search engines, such as Bing, Yahoo!, Baidu, AOL or Ask might provide alternative results. In the patterns of everyday life, more than 90% of all the available data on the internet was generated since 2011, and […]