The Perceived Freshness Fetish

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An academic account of the forced update culture in the blogosphere: http://www.annehelmond.nl/2008/11/03/slides-and-notes-from-my-presentation-at-stifosandberg-moving-movie-industry/

An academic account of the forced update culture in the blogosphere: http://www.annehelmond.nl/2008/11/03/slides-and-notes-from-my-presentation-at-stifosandberg-moving-movie-industry/

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  • 1. The Perceived Freshness Fetish Anne Helmond, University of Amsterdam Stifo@Sandberg, Moving Movie Industry, October 31, 2008.
  • 2. © http://darmano.typepad.com/bloggers_anonymous/
  • 3. UPDATE!
  • 4. The Life Cycle of a Blog Post, From Servers to Spiders to Suits — to You © Wired/Infographic: Build
  • 5. This graph animation illustrates the reach over time of a blog post © Matthew Hurst
  • 6. I’m Sorry Blog © danielgebhart.com
  • 7. Blog Abandonment © Wefeelfine
  • 8. The Life Cycle of a Blog Post, From Servers to Spiders to Suits — to You © Wired/Infographic: Build
  • 9. The New York Times Company Debuts “Moveable Type” © Photos: Craig Mod
  • 10. “Moveable Type” by Ben Rubin & Mark Hansen © Beet.TV
  • 11. Blogging plant posts daily news on its mood © Telegraph
  • 12. Thank you, questions? anne@annehelmond.nl Anne Helmond, University of Amsterdam Stifo@Sandberg, Moving Movie Industry, October 31, 2008.