Jennifer Jones is an associate PhD researcher at the Creative Futures Research Centre (http://creativefutur.es) at the University of the West of Scotland. She specialises in new media methods for data capture, collection and archiving, in particular around social media and mega-events, whilst focusing on the continuous link between digital practice and theory. She documents her research activities at http://www.jennifermjones.net and is @jennifermjones on Twitter
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Articles by Jennifer Jones:
Archiving social media content/context - more questions than answers? [ABSTRACT]Wednesday, 1st June 2011
As Twitter does not provide a long term storage solution for tweets this leaves researchers with a dilemma. How should tweets be stored so that both the content and the context are retained, and the resource is searchable? Jennifer Jones looks at the possibilities but concludes that there are still more questions than answers.
Archiving social media content/context - more questions than answers?Wednesday, 1st June 2011
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