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nathanjurgenson on Twitter: many data scientists buy the fiction that their "big" data set is objective, natural, uninterrupted by the research. hence no opt-in
many data scientists buy the fiction that their "big" data set is objective, natural, uninterrupted by the research. hence no opt-in

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) August 29, 2014
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august 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "it’s hard to read “learn ...
"it’s hard to read “learn to code!” as anything other than a call to bootstraps" nice one, @DA_Banks

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) July 14, 2014
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july 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "if we were to treat ...
"if we were to treat technological literacy as currency then we are faced with anarchism for the rich and capitalism for the poor"

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) July 14, 2014
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july 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "Dataveillance raises more ...
"Dataveillance raises more questions regarding the credibility of the entire system of online information flows" http://t.co/jlOK81tzDv

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) May 20, 2014
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may 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "Voyeurism is clickable. Our ...
"Voyeurism is clickable. Our curiosity and digital technology have come together to produce a beast" http://t.co/XoGsAkR2Bt

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) May 19, 2014
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may 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: easy and tempting to blame ...
easy and tempting to blame unemployment and income inequality on tech, but the focus should be on the policies tech is situated within

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) April 14, 2014
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april 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "labor’s share of income ...
"labor’s share of income has fallen most rapidly in those sectors where union presence withered, not where computers displaced labor"

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) April 14, 2014
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april 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "Technological change, in short, ...
"Technological change, in short, falls flat as either a causal or cross-national explanation for American inequality" http://t.co/FgxZ52QO7p

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) April 14, 2014
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april 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: good question from the audience ...
good question from the audience on how big data usually means the privatization of the public, benefiting companies

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) March 17, 2014
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march 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "the selfie captures fatal ...
"the selfie captures fatal negotiations between hyper­visibility and disappearance, self-representation and appropriation"

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) March 17, 2014
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march 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "The technology that makes ...
"The technology that makes the selfie possible is also the technology that makes mass surveillance simple"

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) March 17, 2014
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march 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: Grand Data: What the critique ...
Grand Data: What the critique of grand theory warns us about big data someone write this paper, thanks

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) March 13, 2014
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march 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: ethics of downloading & ...
ethics of downloading & visualizing Instagram selfies like this? posted publicly, sure, but likely outside what users intended

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) February 26, 2014
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february 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: disagree with this common notion ...
disagree with this common notion of academic bloggers as "ignoring hierarchies". opposite: both fighting against & creating new hierarchies

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) February 4, 2014
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february 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: it's not quite right to say ...
it's not quite right to say Pew is being "atheoretical" here, it's that the conceptual presuppositions guiding them are unnamed, hidden

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) February 3, 2014
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february 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: i've seen this in Big Data ...
i've seen this in Big Data talks, where someone great with data makes these huge and theoretically ungrounded conceptual leaps

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) February 3, 2014
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february 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: like, this tweet won't be ...
like, this tweet won't be deleted, but is largely ephemeral in that it won't have lasting presence, consequence, meaning

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) February 2, 2014
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february 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "social media may set individuals ...
"social media may set individuals against one another in pointless struggles for authenticity, precluding them from uniting politically"

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) January 30, 2014
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january 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "Staging a context collapse ...
"Staging a context collapse starts a truth game that the lower-status person has everything to gain by and relatively little to lose"

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) January 30, 2014
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january 2014 by jakeob
Twitter / nathanjurgenson: "all those photos of food, ...
"all those photos of food, all those indiscreet selfies, have an ethical function"

— nathanjurgenson (@nathanjurgenson) January 30, 2014
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january 2014 by jakeob

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