Professor of Digital Media at Universidad de Antioquia. His research focus is on Media History and Archaeology of the Moving Image. Advocate of Free Software.
I am a researcher, social media manager, and consultant currently living in Lisbon, and finishing my PhD @ CEIS20, University of Coimbra, Portugal. My interests range from Digital Humanities to History. I am also interested in Cultural Heritage, Public Domain, Open Access, and Free Software. I’m also president of the Portuguese Association for Free Education (free as in free speech, not as in free beer). More about.me/paulasimoes
Free Licenses to share & visualize things (hardware) in connection with Compartiva project (philosophy of software)
I am a developer in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH) and community manager for the Open Online Newspaper Initiative (Open ONI). I have helped create and support open source research tools such as Annotonia and sites including The Willa Cather Archive, Nebraska Newspapers, The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Nebraska Authors, and the Salmon Pueblo Archeological Research Collection. I have overseen numerous server migrations and streamlined server software deployment, configuration, and administration.
…cal thinking and media deconstruction to geo-political world events as they are presented through the news media). http://noagendashow.com
Associate Member — Media Ecology Association – https://www.media-ecology.org/
Associate Member — Free Software Foundation – https://www.fsf.org/
Creative Commons – https://creativecommons.org/
Electronic Frontier Foundation – https://www.eff.org/
Electronic Frontiers Australia – https://www.efa.org.au/
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** Currently employed as a sessional (casual / adjunct) academic at Griffith University. ** I am an independent scholar, educator, trainer/assessor in the areas of Digital Media, Communication, and Computer History. My fields of interest include: media ecology, internet studies, computer history, internet history, digital methods, software studies. I have been a sessional (casual / adjunct) academic from 2001 to the present (16 years as a casual ). During that time I have delivered teaching to all levels of undergraduate and postgraduate coursework, both on-campus and via distance education. I am also a qualified Vocational Workplace Trainer/Assessor and content developer (Cert IV TAE). If you are interested in any of the themes or ideas presented here on this page please feel free to contact me. Thanks for reading this, I hope you have a good day / night!
Dimitris Papageorgiou is a violinist, improviser and composer from Athens currently based in Edinburgh. He is a visiting researcher and a tutor in composition at The University of Edinburgh, and an associate member of the Lab for Electroacoustic Music Research and Applications, Ionian University, Corfu. During 2018, Dimitris was a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for Artistic Research, UniArts, Helsinki. His work as a teacher, researcher and performer/composer is focused on the relationship between (free) improvisation and composition. His artistic research theorises and translates ‘comprovisation’ as ‘syn-schediasmos’ (GR: συν-σχεδιασμός) both through eco-philosophical and ethnomusicological reflections, and through collaborative practice-based enquiries that involve the development of multimodal notational environments and the use of bespoke real-time digital signal processing software.