Feedback from Oxford Students (Part 1)

Feedback from the Oxford Freshers’ survey Most of the feedback received by the academics that produce podcasts came from people outside of Oxford University. To sample audience impact within the institution, a survey was undertaken. An Oxford University Freshers’ Fair … Continue reading

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News Coverage Analysis

Since the launch of Oxford on iTunes U in October 2008, the podcasting activities at Oxford have attracted great attention from various media sources including national and international newspapers (e.g. Guardian, Telegraph, Times, Independent, Australia’s Age) and broadcast companies (e.g. CNN … Continue reading

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Fishing with a broken net

We have talked about how we can collect data from our webservers, that we have a (presently growing) range of webservers in the ecosystem we want to observe, and that we can only observe a limited number of those webservers. … Continue reading

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What’s in an IP address?

I want to take a moment to talk a little more about the technical disconnect between technical tracking approaches and actual people and their actions, and perhaps float an idea from another field that might be of interest to this … Continue reading

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Sifting signal from noise

Think of this as Connecting The Dots part II, as I want to pick up on some of the specifics touched on in that post. My apologies, but this is the tip of an iceberg and is quite a long … Continue reading

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