Bernhard Rieder
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University of Amsterdam
Mediastudies Department, Associate Professor
Latest Blog Posts
# Introducing the YouTube Data Tools
# the end of Netvizz (?)
# A quote from Mortimer Taube’s “Computers and Common Sense” (1961)
# mapping subreddits through shared moderators
# DMI-TCAT released as open source
# Facebook pages through interactions and friendship
# what do teens dream of? – mapping co-tag relations on tumblr
# social theories as axioms
# scrutinizing a network of likes on Facebook (and some thoughts on network analysis and visualization)
# playing with the New York Times archive


Welcome... my personal homepage. I am an associate professor at the Media Studies Department at the University of Amsterdam interested in all things digital.

My research interests focus on the history, theory, and politics of software, more particularly on the role of algorithms in social processes and the production of knowledge. Part of that is working with and building digital methods.

I have worked as a Web programmer on various projects and I'm currently writing a book on the history and cultural significance of information processing.

rieder at uva dot nl
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Mediastudies Department
Turfdraagsterpad 9
1012 XT Amsterdam
The Netherlands

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