Daily Archives: July 9, 2004

The lazyweb approach to media research?

A little over a year ago, I started posting data I was scraping off different news sites, inviting other researchers who were interested in media attention to play with the data and publish their own conclusions. A year later, someone’s … Continue reading

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Weblogs and “selective uptake”

As most of my regular readers (all three of you) know, I’m obsessed with what the US media chooses to cover (and not cover). As I’ve accused friends in the media of overfocusing on events that concern wealthy nations at … Continue reading

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It’s alive…it’s ALIVE!

BlogAfrica is alive and well. After a few months of near dormancy due to massive overcommitment on part of the founders – myself included – we’ve revived the regular blogfeed, a selection of posts from the 150 blogs registered in … Continue reading

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