Here is a list of Civic Media blog posts from ROFLCon::
- ROFLCon Keynote: Jonathan Zittrain on Memes and Society
- When Lulzes go Global (moderated by Ethan Zuckerman)
- From Micro-fame to Nano-fame: Nyan Cat, Me Gusta, Huh?, and Double Rainbow
- You Don’t Need Permission to Create
- Jason Scott on the Mysterious Case of Robert Hoquim
- Memes from the Year 2000
- Too Big to Know: Reddit, YouTube, Imgur
- When Your 0:15 Seconds of Internet Fame is up
- Closing Keynote: Defending the Internet
- Old Spice Guy chats with his creator at #ROFLcon
- Ben Huh on Copyright and Making the Meme Ecosystem Better
- A Brief History of Web Comics
- The Battle for YouTube’s Soul: Commercialization vs The Creative Web
- Further Reflections
- Thinking about the people behind viral videos
- Internet trolls are even uglier in person
Not all notes turned into blog posts. A full set of ROFLCon livenotes can be found here in our livenotes index. Thanks to Charlie DeTar for helping me create the livenote index code, which I hope to write up as a separate blog post soon.
Finally, try not to miss Matt Stempeck’s blog post of our Thursday evening talk: Tom Steinberg of MySociety Tricks Us into Active Citizenry.
Phew! That’s a lot of blogging! Final projects are due in two weeks, so I expect that the volume of student may reduce for the rest of the month. See you in the summer!
Did You Write a #ROFLCON Blog Post? If so, please link to it in the comments. Thanks!