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The Beginnings of Remix Data as Research: Three Case Studies On YouTube Video Mashups

The beginnings of this site, remix data, in terms of my research goes back to my analysis of YouTube Memes. Below I repost information that is available on Remix Theory, which eventually led to my current focus on remix and data:

Three case studies: The Charleston Style meme, Radiohead Parodies, Downfall Parodies

Research on Remix and Cultural Analytics

Post-doctoral research for The Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen, Norway. For this 2012 research I implemented cultural analytics techniques to analyze YouTube video remixes.  My research was performed in collaboration with the Software Studies Lab at the University of California, San Diego. There is a second part of this research which I’m currently developing in collaboration with the New Media and Interdisciplinary Digital Studio Program in the School of Visual Arts at Penn State.  Below are links to brief descriptions of already published material.

Part 1: Charleston Style

Part 2: Lotus Flower Parodies

Part 3: Downfall Parodies

Part 4: Sliced Images of Three Case Studies

Part 5: Vroom at Calit2

Online research material used for the three case studies

Peer review publication, Anthrovision, 2012
Modular complexity and remix: the collapse of time and space into search