Monthly Archives: June 2017

Posts from Demos Centre for Analysis of Social Media

I am currently spending three months at the Centre for Analysis of Social Media at the think-tank Demos.  Below are some posts I have written while there, largely around the UK General Election: Activists, Not Bots: An Analysis of #VoteLabour … Continue reading

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Being Wrong, Responsible, and Irreversible: Some Brief Thoughts On The Last Three Days

This was written in a hurry, and in a state mixing elation from the events of June 8th-9thwith anger at the events of June 9th-10th.  Nonetheless, if there are any mis-representations or poorly thought through criticisms I take responsibility – … Continue reading

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