Category Archives: methodology

Online gaming in China: Berkeley talk (updated video)

My good friend Steve was nice enough to edit my Power Point presentation into the video recording of my talk about Berkeley on February 25th.  This talk is from the World Craft: Culture and Business of Gaming in East Asia conference held on February 25-26th 2011.  You can find my abstract for the talk here.  […]

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Upcoming Conference: World Craft: the Business and Culture of Gaming in East Asia

I am pleased to have been invited to give a talk at the upcoming conference “World Craft: The Business and Culture of Gaming in East Asia“.  The conference is sponsored jointly by the  Chinese Studies, Center for (CCS), Japanese Studies, Center for (CJS), Korean Studies, Center for (CKS), Institute of East Asian Studies, and the Berkeley Center for […]

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Real time web monitoring, cyber security and old anthropological debates in new places

On July 28th Wired released an exclusive report that both Google and the CIA have invested in Recorded Future, a company that specializes in the real-time monitoring of vast amounts of information in order to produce predictive reports.  The company: ” scours tens of thousands of websites, blogs and Twitter accounts to find the relationships […]

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