Relevant Research and Articles - Digital Identity

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Digital Identity Forum

Susan P. Crawford, "Who's in Charge of Who I Am? Identity and Law Online," December 8, 2004

Posting Your Resume on YouTube, The Wall Street Journal, December 6, 2006

Danah Boyd, 'Facebook's "Privacy Trainwreck": Exposure, Invasion, and Drama,' September 8, 2006

Chinese Web Site Rips Off Facebook, Harvard Crimson, February 15, 2007

Google and Your Health Information,, May 29, 2007

The Identity Metasystem: Towards a Privacy-Compliant Solution to the Challenges of Digital Identity (Microsoft, 2006)

Identity and the virtual community (Donath)

"Staying Connected via Cellphone (and Cellphone Bill)", 'NY Times', June 27, 2007

Digital Identity Documentation & Management

The Identity Gang

Xeni Jardin, Your Identity: Open to All, Wired, May 6, 2005

High tech 'threat' to private life, BBC, March 26, 2007

Enjoying Technology's Conveniences But Not Escaping It's Watchful Eyes, Washington Post, January 16, 2007

Marathon Keeps Fans Up to Date, Washington Post, April 19, 2007

The Story of Digital Identity (Podcast series)

The ID Chip You Don't Want in Your Passport, Washington Post, September 16, 2006

"Re-writing the rules of online ID" Bill Thompson, 'BBC', January 5, 2007

On the Identity Trail project

Creating, Exploring & Asserting Identity

danah boyd, "Friendster and Publicly Articulated Social Networks” (2004)

David A. Huffaker & Sandra L. Calvert, "Gender, Identity, and Language Use in Teenage Blogs" (2005)

Paper presented at AAAS, danah boyd, "Identity Production in a Networked Culture: Why Youth Heart MySpace" (2006)

Darren Waters, Designer Hopes for Love in Games, BBC, March 9, 2007

Bridget Murray, A mirror on the self (2000)

Stephanie Rosenbloom, Loosing Google's Lock on the Past, New York Times, June 2, 2005

Facebook, Myspace, etc. And Getting Hired, National Association of Colleges and Employers Spotlight Online, June 2, 2006

Kids, the Internet, and the End of Privacy: The Greatest Generation Gap Since Rock and Roll, New York Magazine, February 12, 2007

John Sules, Identity Management in Cyberspace, April 2000

John Sules, Do Boys (and Girls) Just Want to Have Fun? Gender-Switching in Cyberspace, 2004

Henry Jenkins, "What's Coming Next? Self-Definition and Accomplishment through the Construction of the Netflix Queue", April 16, 2007

Socializing digitally (danah boyd, 2007)

[ Heather Horst, "Coming of Age in Networked Public Culture: Stories from the Field" June 21, 2007]

"Adolescents in MySpace: Identity Formation, Friendship and Sexual Predators" Larry D. Rosen, Ph.D., June 2006

"Can You Hear Me Now?" Sherry Turkle 'Forbes' 05.07.07

"Hyper-connected generation rises", Darren Waters, 'BBC', May 9, 2007

"Naughty, But Only on the Internet" Regina Lynn, 'Wired', May 25, 2007

MP3 players could boast sat-nav", 'BBC', Thursday, 10 May 2007

"Finding myself through online identities", Bill Thompson, 'BBC', Monday, 14 May 2007

Mp3 Player, Related Sources

DeNora, T. (2000) Music in Everyday Life. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hosokawa, S. (1984) ‘The Walkman Effect.’ Popular Music, 4: 165-80.

Miller, D. and D. Slater (2000). The Internet: An Ethnographic Approach. London: Berg