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    Feminism and Social Media

    Robin Morgan talked about the state of the feminist movement, social media, women in politics, and other subjects. Ms. Morgan is the author of Sisterhood Is Powerful and Fighting…

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    Book TV Social Media Review

    Book TV reported on some of their social media activities from the past week.

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    Book TV Social Media Review

    Book TV reported on some of their social media activities from the past week.

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    The Communicators with Nick Bilton

    Nick Bilton talked by video link from San Francisco about his book, Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal, in which he traces the origins of Twitter from…

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    Future of LinkedIn and Twitter

    The chief executive officers of LinkedIn and Twitter talked about the future of their companies. This event was part of the annual Tech Crunch Disrupt Conference.

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    Photo Sharing Applications

    Evan Spiegel, the founder and CEO of ephemeral photo messaging application Snapchat, talked about the future of his company. This event was part of the annual Tech Crunch Disrupt…

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    Ride Sharing

    The founders of the social media company Zimride talked about the future of ride sharing. The two turned their company into a smart-phone based ride service, Lyft.  This was part…

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    Twitter and Campaign Press Coverage

    Peter Hamby, who covered the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns for CNN, talked about his study of the impact of Twitter on media behavior and campaign press strategy, titled “Did…

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    The Communicators with Tom Standage

    Tom Standage talked about his latest book, Writing On The Wall: Social Media, the First 2,000 Years. In the book he argues that social media is not a new phenomenon. He traced the…

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    Ben Smith on Social Media and Online Journalism

    Ben Smith talked about the relationship of social media to journalism. He used slides to illustrate some points and also responded to questions from members of the audience. This was…

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    Impact of Digital Technology on Journalism

    Media executives talked about the impact of digital media on journalism. Among the many topics they addressed were the sale of the Washington Post, Time’s purchase of Huffington…

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    The Communicators with Lori Andrews

    Distinguished Professor of Law Lori Andrews, author of I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy, talked by remote video from Chicago about…

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    Q&A with Tevi Troy

    Tevi Troy talked about his new book, What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted: 200 Years of Popular Culture in The White House, which he calls a tale of how presidents have been…

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    Library of Congress Collection of Tweets

    Robert Dizard talked about the collection of tweets by the Library of Congress and their policies for archiving and indexing. The archive of tweets was donated by Twitter.

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    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook

    Mark Zuckerberg talked about the state and future of Facebook. Challenges included connecting to people without Internet access.  He was interviewed on stage at TechCrunch…

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    Social Media and Journalism

    Panelists talked about the use of social media by journalists. The journalists showed their websites as they talked about their jobs and then responded to questions from members of the…

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    Adam Sharp on Twitter

    Adam Sharp spoke by phone about research findings that show 2010 Twitter data correctly predicted the outcome of 404 out of 406 House elections.

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    Social Media and U.S. House Elections

    Indiana University Sociology Professor Fabio Rojas and Twitter, Inc. Head of Government and Non-Profits Adam Sharp discuss new research that found that social media like Twitter…

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    Supreme Court Coverage in the Digital Age

    Journalists who cover the Supreme Court talked about about ways digital media have changed how they do their jobs. They mentioned several times justices' reluctance to allow cameras in…

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    Media Coverage of Terrorism Issues

    Boston-based reporters and national counter-terrorism correspondents discussed the coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing April 2013. Topics included the sources they used and their use of…

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