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Measurements: The Qualitative Work of Quantitative Work

morganya , March 25th, 2014


Katie Pine Max Liboiron Editor’s Note: Katie Pine and Max Liboiron continue this week’s theme of makers, hackers, and engineers with a post about the politics and performativity…


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Falling in: how ethnography happened to me and what I’ve learned from it

altoombs , March 17th, 2014


Austin Toombs Editor’s Note: Austin Toombs (@altoombs) brings a background in computer science and a critical sensibility to his ethnographic research on maker cultures.  He explores the formati…


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Studying Up: The Ethnography of Technologists

npseaver , March 10th, 2014


Nick Seaver Editor’s Note: Nick Seaver (@npseaver) kicks off the March-April special edition of Ethnography Matters, which will feature a number of researchers at the Intel Science and Technolog…


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March-April 2014: Studying Hackers, Makers, and Engineers

morganya , March 4th, 2014


This month’s theme – ethnographies of hackers, makers, and engineers – is edited by Morgan G. Ames, who made the transition from being a hacker to studying them…


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Tell Me More danah boyd: an interview with the author of “It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens”

tricia wang , February 26th, 2014


danah boyd (@zephoria) is a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, a Research Assistant Professor in Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, and a Fellow at Harvard’s…


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A shift in the business environment that ethnographers can’t ignore

kxande2 , February 20th, 2014


Ken Anderson (@kxande2) manages the Cultural Transformations Lab at Intel. He is an iconoclast by nature and a symbolic anthropologist by training. Over the last 20 years, his…


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