I’ve spend most of this summer revising and resubmitting three different articles, so I don’t have a lot to report … More Revising and Resubmitting
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A few weeks ago, I returned from the Second Symposium on Applied Rhetoric. I had the honor of being on … More Collaborating on unfinished research through presentation questions
I’ve signed a letter circulated by the Knight First Amendment Institute calling on Facebook to establish a Safe Harbor for … More The Positives of Social Platform Research for Social Platforms
My friend and collaborator Chris Krycho is beginning work on a massive note-taking/referencing managing/word-processing/document formatting tool aimed at making things … More I’ve joined a board!
I was honored to have three speaking requests in March. I opened the month speaking to the Surge Network on … More About Town
While talking about YouTube in my Social Media for the Workplace class, a student asked if YouTube would someday eat … More How YouTube Could Eat Cable (Maybe, In the Future)
I’ve been co-hosting a podcast about the ethics of technology for five years now, but I’ve not written much about … More On Writing about Tech Ethics / Morals Are Not a Luxury
I’m pleased to announce that I have a new article out today. It’s called “Artist Communication: An Interdisciplinary Business and … More A New Article!
Happy new year! As we charge ahead into 2019, I’d like to take a moment to look back on the … More 2018 Recap
I’m really thrilled to note that my first article has a full citation now: Carradini, S. (2018). “An organizational structure … More Publishing Update