Archives for “Tactical Networks and Simulations”

Pars Arts - Sepideh SaremiAs the last episode of Tactical Networks and Simulations before the mid-season break, I would like to introduce an e-mail interview I have done with Sepideh Saremi.

Saremi is the editor of Pars Arts, an English-language blog focusing on Iranian diaspora culture.

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Iranians' Blogs - Fariborz ShamshiriThis week on Tactical Networks and Simulations, I would like to introduce an e-mail interview I’ve done with Fariborz Shamshiri.

Shamshiri is an Iranian journalist who writes about Iran’s social issues and political news. He is also the administrator of an open directory project titled Iranians’ Blogs which aims to list all English blogs maintained by Iranians.

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Interview with Hiwa KAs the fourth episode of Tactical Networks and Simulations I would like to introduce an audiovisual chat/interview made through Skype with Hiwa K about about his two propositions, Cooking with Mama and Estrangement, as well as music, the current social and political situation in Iraq and the use of Internet in a more general way.

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Conversation Map - Warren Sack

As the third episode of Tactical Networks and Simulations, I would like to introduce an online interview I’ve done with Warren Sack through e-mail around his project titled Conversation Map.

Conversation Map is a graphical browser for very large-scale conversations (VLSCs) that is designed to make it easier for participants to understand and reflect on a wider network of social semantic relations by analyzing several thousands messages at a time belonging to large mailing-lists or busy Usenet newsgroups.

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The road to Bethlehem - Aleem MaqboolThe first simulation I would like to introduce is The road to Bethlehem, a project by BBC Middle East correspondent Aleem Maqbool.

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Chris Harrison - Internet Map: Connection DensityAn introduction to Tactical Networks and Simulations.

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