AoIR: Search 2.0: Web 2.0, Personal Information Flows, and the Drive for the Perfect Search Engine

Following up on my Web 2.0 panel at 4S, I just returned from another quick trip to Canada — this time Vancouver — for the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, where I organized a similar panel titled Critical Perspectives on Web 2.0: Surveillance, Discipline, Labor.” I again had the pleasure of presenting alongside Anders Albrechtslund, Søren Mørk Petersen, along with Kylie Jarrett, and my former NYU collegaue, Bilge Yesil. We were lucky to have David Silver perform the duties of respondent, and he posted his valuable insights here.

My paper was titled “Search 2.0: Web 2.0, Personal Information Flows, and the Drive for the Perfect Search Engine.” My submitted text is here, but the presentation focused a bit more on Web 2.0 platforms than the paper itself (paper revisions to come). My slides (a 6.7MB PDF) are here.

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