Studies

The Revolutions Were Tweeted: Information Flows During the 2011 Tunisian and Egyptian Revolution

September 14, 2011 – By Gilad Lotan, Erhardt Graeff, Mike Ananny, Devin Gaffney, Ian Pearce, and danah boyd

ChatRoulette: An Initial Survey

March 1, 2010 – By Alex Leavitt and Tim Hwang with Patrick Davison, Mike Edwards, Devin Gaffney, Sam Gilbert, Erhardt Graeff, Jennifer Jacobs, Dan Luxemburg, Kunal Patel, Mike Rugnetta, & Karina van Schaardenburg
ChatRoulette: An Initial Survey (pdf)

Afghanistan and its Election on Twitter: The Macro Picture (preview)

September 11, 2009 – By Erhardt Graeff with Seth Woodworth

The Influentials: New Approaches for Analyzing Influence on Twitter

September 2, 2009 – By Alex Leavitt with Evan Burchard, David Fisher, & Sam Gilbert
The Influentials (pdf)
10 Days of Influence Tracked by Density of Responses (2993.27 KB jpg)

Detecting Sadness in 140 Characters: Sentiment Analysis and Mourning Michael Jackson on Twitter

August 18, 2009 – By Elsa Kim and Sam Gilbert with Michael J. Edwards and Erhardt Graeff
Detecting Sadness in 140 Characters (pdf)
Appendices (pdf)

Reimagining Internet Studies: A Web Ecology Perspective

August 10, 2009 – Contributing scholars (in alphabetical order) were: Jonathan Beilin, Bill Bushey, Patrick Davison, Sam Gilbert, Erhardt Graeff, Tim Hwang, Sawyer Jackson, Elsa Kim, Alex Leavitt, AJ Mazur, Dharmishta Rood, Mike Rugnetta, Frank Tobia, and Seth Woodworth.
Reimagining Internet Studies (pdf)

The Iranian Election on Twitter: The First Eighteen Days

June 26, 2009 – Contributing researchers: Jonathan Beilin, Matt Blake, Mac Cowell, David Fisher, Sam Gilbert, Russell Hanson, Tim Hwang, Alex Leavitt, Greg Marra, Rob Mason, Colin McSwiggen, Dharmishta Rood, Aaron Shaw, Frank Tobia, and Seth Woodworth.
The Iran Election on Twitter (pdf)