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Tweeting Gluten Free: Quantified Self, Qualified Self, or Both?

Tweeting Gluten Free: Quantified Self, Qualified Self, or Both?

One of the (many) questions I have asked myself when researching how people with Coeliac Disease or Gluten Intolerance catalogue, share and tweet about their experience of the gluten free diet, and the adverse physical and psychological symptoms of ingesting gluten, is: to what extent, if any, can these kinds of activities be classified as falling within the realms of…
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  • Influencer Moth: Activity vs. Social Reach

Visualising The Challenge of Big Data: #bigdataBL

The BSA Challenge of Big Data Conference, British Library, 25th October 2013   The British Sociological Association held a one day seminar/workshop, discussing the implications of working with big data for the social sciences, organised in collaboration with Dr Emma Uprichard, Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick and Dr Abby Day, Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths. I live-tweeted this event,…
Travelling Gluten Free

Travelling Gluten Free

When I was first diagnosed with Coeliac Disease, I was really worried about what I would do when it came to traveling outside of the comfort zone of my local neighborhood, where I at least knew the places that I could safely eat, and improvise with known snack foods if needed.  However, I was determined not to let my new…