Volume 21, Number 1, 2016
: Hacking the streets: 'Smart' writing in the smart city.
: Digital inequality and racialized place in the 21st century: A case study of San Francisco's Chinatown.
Volume 21, Number 2, 2016
, Gloria Mark
: News trustworthiness and verification in China: The tension of dual media channels.
: Media futures: Premediation and the politics of performative prototypes.
: Television use in the 21st century: An exploration of television and social television use in a multiplatform environment.
Volume 21, Number 3, 2016
: Expanding the nationalist echo-chamber into the mainstream: Swedish anti-immigration activity on Twitter, 2010-2013.
: Negativity and anti-social attention seeking among narcissists on Twitter: A linguistic analysis.
Volume 21, Number 4, 2016
: Twitter friend repertoires: Introducing a methodology to assess patterns of information management on Twitter.
Volume 21, Number 5, 2016
: Tackling complexity in an interdisciplinary scholarly network: Requirements for semantic publishing.
: Excerpts from How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet.
Volume 21, Number 6, 2016
: Web 2.0 user knowledge and the limits of individual and collective power.
: Many (to platform) to many: Web 2.0 application infrastructures.
: Rethinking social change: The promises of Web 2.0 for the marginalized.
: The rise of speculative devices: Hooking up with the bots of Ashley Madison.
Christine T. Wolf
: DIY videos on YouTube: Identity and possibility in the age of algorithms.
: Share wars: Sharing, theft, and the everyday production of Web 2.0 on DeviantArt.
: The blogosphere and its problems: Web 2.0 undermining civic Webspaces.
Volume 21, Number 7, 2016
: Close reading big data: The Echo Nest and the production of (rotten) music metadata.
: Big playerbase, big data: On data analytics methodologies and their applicability to studying multiplayer games and culture.
Andrew Michael Duffy
: Who needs trust when you know everything? Dealing with information abundance on a consumer-review Web site.
: User-generated content on Facebook: Implications from the perspective of two organisations.
: Big data for the humanities using Google Ngrams: Discovering hidden patterns of conceptual trends.
Volume 21, Number 8, 2016
: Studying the viral growth of a connective action network using information event signatures.
: Connectedness and disconnectedness to new and old media within different age groups.
Volume 21, Number 9, 2016
, Iina Hellsten
: Integrating and differentiating meanings in tweeting about the fifth Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.
: Soft coercion: Reciprocal expectations of availability in the use of mobile communication.
Volume 21, Number 10, 2016
: Open cultural production and the online gift economy: The case of Blender.
Dylan Eric Wittkower
: Lurkers, creepers, and virtuous interactivity: From property rights to consent and care as a conceptual basis for privacy concerns and information ethics.
: Fickle focus: Distraction, affect and the production of value in social media.
: The 'mastery' of the swipe: Smartphones, transitional objects and interstitial time.
: Terminal markets: Gender and online horse racing economies.
: The depoliticized politics of crowdfunding: A critical examination of the Darren Wilson crowdfunding campaign.
: The public sphere and social capital: Unlikely allies in social media interactions?
Volume 21, Number 11, 2016
: How does the front page of the Internet behave? Readability, emoticon use, and links on Reddit.
: Tweeting for peace? Twitter and the Ardoyne parade dispute in Belfast, July 2014.
Volume 21, Number 12, 2016
: Monuments of cyberspace: Designing the Internet beyond the network framework.
Argyro P. Karanasiou
: Law encoded: Towards a free speech policy model based on decentralized architectures.
: Alternative rules for alternative networks? Tort law meets wireless community networks.