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Goodbye Link Roundup, Hello Furl Feedroll

Posted on Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 2:44 PM by Andrew Chadwick

It's been a while since I posted one of my supposedly fortnightly link roundups. Aside from the fact that Christopher Boerl, a PhD student, has pointed out that the word 'fortnightly' does not travel well outside the UK, it was cumbersome to do and that meant I didn't do it.

So, from now on there'll be a single page containing my last 50 Furl items, fed by RSS from the superb Feeddigest. We've created a similar one for the New Political Communication Unit site. That's a composite collection but this one will be just my links. Hope you find it useful. Here it is...

Fortnightly(ish) Link Roundup for November 15, 2007

Posted on Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 9:29 AM by Andrew Chadwick

Fortnightly(ish) Link Roundup for September 29, 2007

Posted on Sat, Sep 29, 2007 at 3:51 PM by Andrew Chadwick

Fortnightly(ish) Link Roundup for August 19, 2007

Posted on Sun, Aug 19, 2007 at 7:53 PM by Andrew Chadwick

Fortnightly(ish) Link Roundup for July 3, 2007

Posted on Tue, Jul 03, 2007 at 4:04 PM by Andrew Chadwick

Fortnightly(ish) Link Roundup for June 15, 2007

Posted on Fri, Jun 15, 2007 at 6:11 PM by Andrew Chadwick


Fortnightly(ish) Link Roundup for May 19, 2007

Posted on Sat, May 19, 2007 at 5:25 PM by Andrew Chadwick
Amazon.com--News Release
veotag :.. what is veotag?
Google Builds Team in Quest to Conquer China
Techdirt: Despite Being Leaked Three Months Earlier, Shins Album Sets Sales Record
The Shrinking Long Tail - Top 10 Web Domains Increasing in Reach
Member of the Twittering classes | Technology | Guardian Unlimited Technology
Russia accused of unleashing cyberwar to disable Estonia
Scientologists may take legal action in Panorama row | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
Jon Cruddas: We were wrong about class. That's why we've lost votes | Guardian daily comment | Guardian Unlimited
Iraq veteran wins blog prize as US military cuts web access | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
Bogart: community I'd like a meeting on the subject
Pew Internet: Pew Internet ICT Typology
Cluztr - What are your friends clicking on?
London Knowledge Lab - Home
OxIS - Oxford Internet Surveys
States Ponder Laws to Keep Web Predators From Children
A Boston Newspaper Prints What the Local Bloggers Write
$45 Million Invested in Internet TV Venture
Google to Block Video Clips That Thais Say Insult King
Center for Digital Democracy
techPresident – MySpace's Presidential TownHalls: YAOD or Something New?
PrezVid Show: Trippi speaks at PrezVid
Online elections: the clear and present danger - updated from Guardian Unlimited: Technology
Complexity and Social Networks Blog: eGooglement - How google is trying to improve the accesibility of government websites
Google Fails To Blink
Ross Mayfield's Weblog: Social Technographics and a Power Law of Participation
ICS Postgraduate Conference 2007
Shirky: Power Laws, Weblogs, and Inequality
eINDIA 2007
Update: Are Ron Paul Supporters Gaming Digg? » The Bivings Report
Digital World Research Centre - Home
INCITE - Incubator for critical inquiry into technology&ethnography

Fortnightly(ish) Link Roundup for May 9, 2007

Posted on Wed, May 09, 2007 at 6:42 PM by Andrew Chadwick
The Fair Tracing Project
Complexity and Social Networks Blog: Automatically Sensing Social Networks
Feed Digest : Mix, convert, and republish feeds
YouTube Launches Revenue Sharing Partners Program, but no Pre-Rolls
Add comments to a web page and spread a little "Jump" Knowledge
UNV Online Volunteering
[Citoyens et informaticiens pour un vote vérifié par l’électeur]
Hacking Democracy - Official Website and DVD
Electoral Reform Society - E-Voting
The Electoral Commission : Elections : Election reporting : Electoral pilot schemes : May 2007 pilot schemes
Participation on Web 2.0 sites remains weak | Technology | Internet | Reuters
EFF: DeepLinks
cDc paramedia: texXxt #409
NCVO - ICT Foresight - how online communities can make the net work for the VCS
All posts in Public information review: UK and Ireland E-Democracy Exchange: Democracies Online -
The Power of Information Review: online advice sites could improve citizen empowerment
Designing for Civil Society: Voter apathy? Try TheirSpaces
Pew Internet: Teens, Privacy and SNS
MySpace Will Hold Presidential Primary
WashingtonWatch.com - Welcome to WashingtonWatch.com
Opera Browser Wiki :: Power Buttons for Opera
Cool Buttons for Opera - YuMDaP.net's blog
Andreas Åkre Solberg » Blog Archive » Del.icio.us Opera Buttons
Extremely-fast del.icio.us bookmarking | the j-blog

Fortnightly link roundup for April 20, 2007

Posted on Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 4:06 PM by Andrew Chadwick

Apologies for missing the last one - I was taking a break.

RSA - Special Events - THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF THE WEB: Society, Government and the Internet
Google buys DoubleClick ad service for $3.1 billion
Operation Ore flawed by fraud
MPs vote for £10,000 web funding
Five Ways to Mark Up the Web
Google Auto Pager
Digital Government Society
New technology, new lows for our political discourse | Guardian daily comment | Guardian Unlimited
Victor Keegan: To the average Joe, blogs aren't cutting it | Technology | Guardian Unlimited Technology
The blogosphere risks putting off everyone but point-scoring males | Technology | Guardian Unlimited Technology
Comedy of manners
YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
Int. J. of Electronic Democracy - IJED
Pipes: Politickr.net | All Candidates
Program on Networked Governance - John F. Kennedy School of Government
Newmark: Keep the Internet neutral, fair and free
Nice and Free CSS Templates
Susan Crawford blog :: Why I Voted For XXX
OpenNet Initiative :: Documenting Internet Content Filtering Worldwide
Proposal for porn domain rejected
Cambodia bans texts for elections
Wikipedia:Lamest edit wars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Myspace, YouTube & the Yankees; An interview with Romney's guy, Kevin Madden - Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)
Blog death threats spark debate
MoveOn and BraveNewFilms Sue Viacom Over YouTube Takedown
MoveOn moves in with Pelosi
Google canvasses for political ads
Ming Campbell's on Facebook
News Corp., NBC pull together to challenge YouTube
Arianna Huffington: Who Created "Hillary 1984"? Mystery Solved!

Fortnightly link roundup for March 23, 2007

Posted on Mon, Mar 26, 2007 at 5:01 PM by Andrew Chadwick
Free Security Tool Attracts 38 Million Downloads - Yahoo! News
Worldmapper: The world as you've never seen it before
Digital Dialogues
Blogging the Presidential Race | Wanna Be Presidents
How much 'lived experience' does your news site cover?
Webcameron & 18 Doughty St.
All Politics is Local, Or is It?
The Web on the Candidates
MySpace Impact
Social network traffic up 11.5 percent; MySpace still dominates
The Secret Diary of Hillary Clinton
Microsoft-only Estonian Internet Voting: Troubling Reports (updated)
Friends Swap Twitters, and Frustration
EFF: FOIA Litigation for Accountable Government (FLAG) Project
Pakistani intelligence services using U.S. surveillance tech in aid of kidnapping, torture, and murder?
Daily kos dem candidates straw poll results March 16, 2007
Friends, friendsters, and top 8: Writing community into being on social network sites
Caste communities on Orkut
Against Well-designed Reputation Systems (An Argument for Community Patent). Many-to-Many:
Second Life, Games, and Virtual Worlds. Many-to-Many:
At 18 Doughty Street
A visit with Webcameron in London
Ask David
Online Politics: Web teams
China dissident's wife: "Yahoo betrayed my husband."
The Information Literacy Website
Ning - Create your own Social Networks!
Big Brother State - an animated short by David Scharf
DoJ: FBI misused Patriot act in domestic spying activities
India: Google's Orkut helps cops censor? New cyberterror law... UPDATED
More on Orkut and law enforcement: Brazil
Journalism.org- The State of the News Media 2007
GlobalSecurity.org - Reliable Security Information
In Policy Shift, C-Span Clears Some Clips for Web Use
The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
Viacom Sues Google Over Video Clips on Its Sharing Web Site
RSS Compendium - RSS Readers - Web-Based
Twitter / johnedwards
3spots: Ajax (or Flash) Startpages (or Homepages)
tech decentral » Ajax Start Pages Suck
EFF: Paper: Who Controls Your Television?

Fortnightly link roundup for March 9, 2007

Posted on Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 2:46 PM by Andrew Chadwick
Great Firewall of China | Home
Local Democracy Under Siege: Activism, Public Interests and Private Politics: Books: Dorothy Holland,Donald M. Nonini,Catherine A. Lutz,Lesley Bartlett,Marla Frederick-McGlathery,Thaddeus Countway Guldbrandsen,Enrique G. Murillo
Presenters University
Who's Who - ICT for Development Network
H2O Playlist: Home
Pipes: Rewire the web
Infoscape Research Lab
Media Studies 2.0 - Article on future of media studies by David Gauntlett at Theory.org.uk
China Blocks LiveJournal
AlterNet: MediaCulture: Howard Dean 2.0: Obama Engages Youth on the Web
Study: P2P effect on legal music sales "not statistically distinguishable from zero"
Reformatting Politics: Information Technology and Global Civil Society: Books: Jon Anderson,Jodi Dean,Geert Lovink
The old dog's new tricks
BBC NEWS | Politics | Citizens speak up at Number 10
What's the cost of e-mailing 1.8m people?
s e-democracy now a reality?
BitTorrent download portal debuts
Where Have All the Protests Gone? Online

Fortnightly link roundup for February 23, 2007

Posted on Sat, Feb 24, 2007 at 10:30 AM by Andrew Chadwick
US copyright lobby out-of-touch
Egypt bloggers fear state curbs
Google charges for web programs
Flame First, Think Later: New Clues to E-Mail Misbehavior
Fox Interactive Acquires Technology Ad Company
» Video: Blogging to the Chief Program - February 13, 2007
techPresident – How the candidates are using the web, and how the web is using them.
Virtual Agora Project
MyBarackObama: Who Built This?
Y for Yenndetta » Blog Archive » “Suis-je bovvered?”
Edwards Learns Blogs Can Cut 2 Ways

Fortnightly link roundup for February 9, 2007

Posted on Fri, Feb 09, 2007 at 11:19 PM by Andrew Chadwick
Nelson's Weblog: tech / bad / googleSearchHistory
EFF opens Brussels office
Everyone going a bit Internet crazy
News editing, book editing, pondering at kierenmccarthy.co.uk
Tagging 'takes off for web users'
What does 'unlimited' mean?
Apple pays $700,000 for bloggers' legal fees
Beware the powerful when they hail the new democracy
Cultural differences disappear online
Rivals Voice Complaints About Microsoft’s New System

New feature: fortnightly link roundup

Posted on Fri, Jan 26, 2007 at 6:49 PM by Andrew Chadwick

From now on I'll be adding a fortnightly link roundup. There are many interesting developments in the world of Internet Politics that I simply don't have time to blog about. It's worth recording these, even if it's only in the form of a link. My normal blog posting frequency will remain the same at around six posts a month. These roundups are made possible through my Del.icio.us account.

Link roundup for January 26, 2007:

U.K. police: We're overwhelmed by e-crime
Cyber criminals move focus to web
Privacy Board Won't Share Documents
Widgetbox › Directory of web widgets for WordPress, TypePad, MySpace and other blogs and web pages
Some Bling for Your Blog
Time Inc. Cutting Almost 300 Magazine Jobs to Focus More on Web Sites
Big Media’s Crush on Social Networking
I.B.M. to Introduce Workers’ Networking Software
Eugene Robinson - Throwing Their Blogs into the Ring - washingtonpost.com
Pew Internet: Politics and the internet 2006 elections report
Research on the Internet and Society: Update at William H. Dutton
Want to tell a lie? Put it in an e-mail
Davos Conversation
Belgian copyright group warns Yahoo | CNET News.com
U.S.: No Net governance changes expected | CNET News.com
Attorney general: NSA spy program to be reformed
Sunlight Foundation
UK Data plan 'not like Big Brother'
Anytown, Online
Documents Borne by Winds of Free Speech - New York Times
Unsigned band make chart history
Tech Politics Podcast: Net neutrality back in new Congress | CNET News.com
UK Government looks at data shake-up
Study: eBay sellers gaming the reputation system?
House Seat Hangs by a Byte
RootsCamp - The password has been reset.
Unsigned band set to crash charts
Congress to Take Up Net’s Future - New York Times
Proposal for porn domain revived
Public can purchase $100 laptop
UK Government to close 551 websites

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