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By Jonathan Tarr on Aug 11th, 2010
If you've been following the work of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University recently, you may have heard about their One...
By Jonathan Tarr on May 20th, 2010
As the summer begins, I am ramping up work with digitalculturebooks.  dcb is an imprint of the University of Michigan Press and the Scholarly...
By Jonathan Tarr on Feb 21st, 2010
Some folks in my department at the University of Michigan worked last summer with the Detroit Residential Parcel Survey, a huge effort to document...
By Jonathan Tarr on Jan 29th, 2010
Two weeks ago, I was able to present at another regional version of THATCamp, the Technology and Humanities Camp unconference that originated at...
By Jonathan Tarr on Oct 13th, 2009
Following is my unfiltered liveblog of danah boyd's talk: "Youth Generated Culture: Growing Up in an Era of Social Media".  I hope HASTAC folks...
By Jonathan Tarr on May 3rd, 2009
As I have previously announced on this blog, we at HASTAC are big fans of Twitter and have used it productively since October to reach out to new...
By Jonathan Tarr on Apr 19th, 2009
Welcome to Urbana-Champaign!  Our hosts at the University of Illinois, especially the Institute for Computing in the Humanities, Arts, and Social...
By Jonathan Tarr on Feb 13th, 2009
As a sort of followup to my blog post on internet access in rural areas, I have some thoughts on improving access for urban residents, spurred by...
By Jonathan Tarr on Jan 17th, 2009
Our hosts for this session are Cameron Neylon and Deepak Singh, who have themselves explored the many social networks developed especially for...
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Jonathan E. Tarr was a HASTAC Scholar in 2009-10 and 2010-11. He received a Master of Urban Planning degree from the University of Michigan in 2011. Prior to graduate studies, Jonathan served as HASTAC Project Manager from July 2006 through July 2009. His research interests include the integration of technology into planning practice, public participation in planning, reinventing rural economies and distressed cities. Jonathan is a 2005 graduate of Duke University.


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