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While on hiatus ...
While this blog was on hiatus I was mainly concentrating on a few different research projects, but I did manage to do a few things that may be interest to regular readers.
First, I attended Microsoft's inaugural Politics and Technology Forum in Canberra. The keynote address was delivered by Matt Bai, political writer for the New York Times magazine and was followed by two panel sessions focusing on Blogging, social networks, political movements and the media and Politics 2.0 ? information technology and the future of political campaigning. I was on the first panel, which you can watch here. If you're interested you should also check out Stilgherrian's Twitter stream of the event here.
Second, I attended a fantastic conference hosted by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, Creating value: between commerce and commons. You can follow my Twitter stream of the event here.
Fourth, I had a op-ed piece posted to ABC News Online Opinion on the preliminary privacy ruling in the Viacom and Google litigation, "Who is watching YouTube? The US courts want to know". Read it here.
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