Journalism agenda: “Moving from generic analytics to editorial analytics…

Journalists [in Turkey] countrywide to support colleagues in clash zones Journalists based in Turkey launched an initiative in solidarity with their colleagues struggling to report in southeastern Turkish provinces struck by clashes between security forces and outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants Turkish author faces jail term for insulting president Nokta Magazine author Perihan Mağden faces … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: ISIS vs Twitter a data visualization… Prolific twitterbots…

ISIS vs Twitter: A cautionary tale told through data visualization  Boing Boing by Bob Parks A report by the Brookings Institution analyzed a sample 20,000 ISIS-supporting Twitter accounts, and sought to answer the question of how suspending accounts impacts the community.   Meet the Editors Fighting Racism and Sexism on Wikipedia Wired Top Stories by Issie Lapowsky Wikipedia’s … Read more

Yandex debuts “social search program”; Reddit users writing a law… a cyberculture roundup..

Yandex processes 2 million+ people searches daily, debuts ?social search program? from The Next Web by Robin Wauters Yandex, Russia?s biggest Internet search and related services company, this morning announced the launch of a?social search program? (note: links to page in Russian), aiming to inject content and account information from a wide variety of local … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: “The FBI file of Steven Paul Jobs”; Path controversy;

The FBI file of Steven Paul Jobs from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin   Path Controversy Renews Social Media Privacy Debate from Mashable! by Peter Pachal Still No Pardon for Alan Turing; Watch the Film Breaking the Code from Open Culture by Mike Springer This week the British Government once again refused to pardon Alan … Read more