Business and Ownership of the Media in Digital Times

  De Waal, Martijn Business and Ownership of the Media in Digital Times. New York:…

Urban Interaction Design: Towards City Making

Brynskov, Martin, De Waal, Martijn et. al. Urban Interaction Design. Towards City Making. Research Manifesto.…

The City as Interface: How New Media Are Changing the City

What does the rise of ‘urban media’ mean for the urban public sphere and how do these new media technologies influence the way that the city functions as a community?

The City as Interface. How Digital Media Are Changing the City

The City as Interface will be published in the spring of 2013 by NAi010 Publishers.…

The Future of the City

The Dutch Council for the Environment and Infrastructure is preparing a report on The Future…

Interview with Marietje Schaake (Member of the European Parliament) on Internet Freedom

For the magazine Vreihijd, made by Come Amsterdam, published by Castrum Perigrini as a part of their Paradox of Liberty-programma and distributed with newsweekly De Groene Amsterdammer, Martijn de Waal talked with Member of the European Parliament Marietje Schaake on internet freedom. (interview in Dutch only)

Book Chapter: From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen

In het boek From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen (verschenen bij MIT Press) schreef ik een hoofdstuk met de titel The Ideas and Ideals in Urban Media Theory.

Studie naar webdocs en ‘interactive storytelling’

Voor het tijdschrift 609 van het Mediafonds verrichte ik een klein onderzoek naar de stand…


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About 4 days ago from Martijn de Waal's Twitter via TweetDeck

Short Bio

Martijn de Waal (1972) is a writer and researcher focussing on the relation between digital media, society and urban culture, with a specific interest in public space and civic media.

He is currently working as a senior researcher at the Lectorate of Play and Civic Media at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.

His most recent books are De Platformsamenleving. Strijd om publieke waarden in een online wereld (2016, in Dutch) and The City as Interface. How New Media Are Changing the City (2014).


By email:
martijn@[this domain]

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