THE END! Final blog post of Digital Researchers
Well, this blog has been running for almost three years! It started out as a collective analysis of digital media and how to do research in digital environments. However, Kristin Scott and Sean Lawson, the other two contributors, have moved on to do other projects (Kristin’s teaching and finishing up a PhD; Sean is building his well-deserved reputation as a cyberwar critic and theorist).
I myself have kept this going, but I’ve felt a bit limited by the overall theme of the blog. So, I’ve decided to set up a new blog on my own domain to explore ideas. I will likely do more social media criticism and commentary there (as I have here), but I can also expand and discuss other topics, like being a professor, being involved in cultural studies, software studies, science and technology studies, and political economy, and sundry idiosyncrasies.
For now, since this blog is paid for, I will probably maintain it here. Later, I may archive it.
In any case, thank you for reading!