Theorizing the Web is an inter- and non-disciplinary annual conference that brings together scholars, journalists, artists, activists, and commentators to ask big questions about the interrelationships between the Web and society. We deeply value public engagement, and consider insights from academics, non-academics, and non-“tech theorists” alike to be equally valuable.
I attended to speak on Hackathons with Nate Matias. The talking notes for that are here (explore the rest of the website to see the rest of the research).
Here’s the viz for the others on the panel:
I also sat in on a bunch of talks.
Sex Work and the Web
TMI: Theorizing Big Data