Hypothes.is Presentation

Hypothes.is have recently released this presentation they gave at a the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) conference: It is interesting for me to watch Hypothes.is progress while we develop rbutr alongside them. While many people will compare rbutr to Hypothes.is and other annotation services, watching videos like this really helps to show just how different our […]

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Rebuttals of an Academic Nature – Economic Growth and Public Debt

Often when talking to people about rbutr they make the comment that it would be incredibly useful to have rebuttals easily locatable in the academic research realm. That academics and students would find it incredibly useful to help them find counter-arguments to papers they are reading. We have always agreed with this analysis and looked […]

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Review of The Promise and Peril of Real-Time Corrections to Political Misperceptions by Garret and Weeks

Research published in the Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) Journal shows that apps which highlight incorrect information and provide real time corrections may actually be less effective at changing the minds of people who have a pre-disposition to agree with the incorrect information, than time-delayed correction techniques are. Here I will review the paper, and then reflect […]

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