[Air-L] The Networked Individual

John Postill jpostill at usa.net
Sat Apr 18 05:59:41 PDT 2009

Dear colleagues

Speaking of The Networked Individual, I have recently submitted an article
entitled "The weakness of weak ties" in which I discuss the notion of
networked individualism in the context of personal media and local leadership
in Malaysia, see


I would be very grateful for your questions and comments on this piece.

Best wishes


Dr John Postill
C3 Research Institute (C3RI)
153 Arundel Street
Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield S1 2NU
United Kingdom


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> Here's a video of my Ferrator lecture at the Clinton School of Public
> Service, University of Arkansas, this past Tuesday. 59 minutes long.
> Discussing the intersection of personal Internet, mobile access to
> information and communication, and social networks.
> May not stay up long.
> Title: "The Networked Individual"
>  Barry Wellman
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