Nice writeup by the @torproject of some recent work I've been doing on Tor users contributing to @Wikipedia. The two papers described were led by @kaylea and Chau Tran!
Wikipedia has tried to block Tor users since 2007, alleging vandalism, spam, and abuse. New research tells a different story: people use Tor to make high-quality contributions to Wikipedia, often to topics like politics, technology, and religion. https…
Woohoo! @jdfoote got @ICA_CAT's dissertation award! I feel super honored to server on @jdfoote's committee and know what the selection committee saw. Jeremy did *great* work. Thanks for making @comdatasci look good, Jeremy!
We are happy to announce this year's #ica20 #ica_cat Dordick Dissertation Award Winners
@jdfoote and @nzamanz
I'm finding @firstname.lastname@example.org's "Rise and Fall of the Note" dataviz on previous CSCW paper word lengths to be SO USEFUL in the part of @ACM_CSCW@twitter.com reviewing where we are asked to decide if a paper's contribution is commensurate to its length. https://doi.org/10.1145/33593241
Only one more day to register to learn #python and #datascience in Seattle at @UW@twitter.com over three upcoming Saturdays and Sundays. Workshops are FREE, run by volunteers, and supported by @email@example.com and @UWComm@twitter.com. Join us!
Learn #python and #datascience (or volunteer to mentor) at the sixth "Communit@UW@twitter.comata Science Workshops" in #Seattle in January/February!…
Learn #python and #datascience (or volunteer to mentor) at the sixth "Community Data Science Workshops" in #Seattle in January/February! Register before noon Sunday January 12 at: https://wiki.communitydata.science/Community_Data_Science_Workshops_(Winter_2020)
Found a "turtile" on the @comdatasci whiteboard.
My research group @comdatasci has started work on a new NSF grant that's looking at ecological dynamics in online communities. @groceryheist and @jdfoote led the work and @aaronshaw and I are PIs.
Modeling the ecolo@firstname.lastname@example.org of online organizations https://blo…
Come join my research collective @comdatasci! Applications to work directly with me at @UwCom are due 12/1. I'm happy to talk about the possibility of joining our group either this round or at some point in the future!
It's grad school application seaso@email@example.com considering a PhD in communication, infor@UwCom@tw…
Last Friday was the @firstname.lastname@example.org retreat—@UW@twitter.com's annual day-long get-together for people working at the intersection of people and computing. I was the faculty co-organizer w/ @email@example.com. Zara (@firstname.lastname@example.org) put together this awesome video documenting the event! 🤩
#Design #Use #Build @email@example.comRetreat i@UW@twitter.comn annual event in HCI and design at the Universit…
I have known @firstname.lastname@example.org for many years. She is *so* deserving of the @EFF@twitter.com pioneer award. Her speech is important and incredibly timely. I feel honored to know her and to have worked with her!
Last night, I@email@example.com by the @EFF. As I reflected on what got me@EFF@twitter.comthis place, I realized I needed to reckon with how I have benefited from men whose actions have helped…
The analysis is built around a series of Bayesian regression models at different stages of user experience that we used to unpack the way that the relationships between gender/feedback and sharing/participation look very different among less/more experienced users.
One important takeaway hidden by looking only at overall averages is that although boys are more likely to share the the projects they create initially, the reverse is true among more experienced users!
Check out my new paper documents how online collaboration platforms imagine anonymous users in ways that are strikingly differently than anonymous users see themselves. Paper was led by Nora McDonald w/ Rachel Greenstadt and Andrea Forte. #CHI2019 https://blog.communitydata.science/new-research-on-how-anonymity-is-perceived-in-open-collaboration/
To help you make your scientific study #exceedinglyreproducible, my student Jeremy Foote has published software to make PDF flipbooks of your lab meetings for deposition into your university's institutional archives. https://blog.communitydata.cc/exceedingly-reproducible-research/
My physical Research Symbiont award arrived! 🏆🐟https://mako.cc/copyrighteous/a-research-symbiont I knew it was a plush fish w/ an attached parasitic lamprey but didn't appreciate the detail that went into the magnetic "interface." [Current Mood: Weird mix of deeply honored and grossed out. 😊🤢]