(Interview) Jonathan Beilin And Erhardt Graeff On Information Flows Between Culture And Communities Online

(Interview) Jonathan Beilin And Erhardt Graeff On Information Flows Between Culture And Communities Online
technology

In the shade of the Austin Convention Center, we spoke to Jonathan Beilin and Erhardt Graeff of the Web Ecology Project the day after their SXSWi Panel, "Seven Years in Online Dating."

Robin Sinhababu
  • 3 may 2010

This year’s SXSWi produced interesting dialogue on the future of ideas, technology and innovation.  We were able to talk to some smart speakers there and glean insights on several topics.

In the shade of the Austin Convention Center, we spoke to Jonathan Beilin and Erhardt Graeff of the Web Ecology Project the day after their SXSWi panel, “Seven Years in Online Dating.” The Web Ecology Project is a Boston-based research group that focuses on using large-scale data mapping to study information flows between culture and communities online.

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