VIRT3C: Conflict on Virtual Networks

March 2010 saw the inaugural interdisciplinary conference of the Virtual Communication, Collaboration and Conflict (VIRT3C) Research Group at the University of Hull.  It was a great event at which I was presenting.  Alex Grech has done a great summary of the event:

It’s not often that you get to spend two days with ecumenical Marxists, technologists, Maths teachers, activists and researchers. These are my ‘take home’ sound bites…

There is also a summary of day 1 and some of day 2 by Simon Lindgren.  There were loads of great presentations at the event including:

  • Alternative models for social media networks: bloggers and changing power systems in Malta (and slides)
  • Technology, Evolution and Open Source.
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