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A Video Interview with Payal Arora (Part 5)

The fifth and final video from our amazing interview with author and Erasmus University Rotterdam assistant professor Payal Arora. Dr. Arora finishes by giving us her insights on the “gating” of online communities, why open techno-spaces are becoming endangered, what… Continue Reading →

A Video Interview with Payal Arora (Part 4)

Our video interview with Payal Arora continues. In this edition, Dr. Arora talks about efforts to create knowledge portals and techno-spaces in under-privileged regions in India, moving beyond the First Digital Divide, and her glimpse at new and traditional courtship… Continue Reading →

A Video Interview with Payal Arora (Part 3)

Part 3 of our video interview with Payal Arora, author and assistant professor of Media and Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam, finds us discussing past lives, the excitement of career changes, and the intersection of artistic passion and professional research…. Continue Reading →

A Video Interview with Payal Arora (Part 2)

We continue with Part 2 of our interview with Payal Arora, author and assistant professor of Media and Communications at Erasmus University Rotterdam. This time Dr. Arora talks about getting hung-up on “artifacts”, looking more closely at “technology spaces”, and… Continue Reading →

A Video Interview with Payal Arora (Part 1)

Dr. Payal Arora came to speak at MSU last month to discuss her book,¬†Dot Com Mantra: Social Computing in the Central Himalayas, as well as other aspects of her ongoing research in social media, learning, and beyond. Payal took time… Continue Reading →

On “social” media: A rant

It wasn’t long ago when we had webpages where the main purpose was delivery of content and there was a big divide between the authors and the¬†audience. Then, came along the Web 2.0 and changed the web into a social… Continue Reading →

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