Annelous

Annelous

Utrecht / Masterstudent New Media & Digital Culture, Media-maker@HSPublicity&BuroN11 | Sport, Wijn, Eten & Vrienden |
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The makers and the algorithms of LinkedIn Maps try to ensure objectivity, but this can be partly manipulated by users. I will argue that the software of LinkedIn Maps knows his restrictions and that the user should be aware of visual literacy. To understand why LinkedIn gives his users this competence in the process of visualization I will give a technical analysis of LinkedIn Maps. I will discuss the algorithm and explain how the application is put together as a ‘thing’.

The makers and the algorithms of LinkedIn Maps try to ensure objectivity, but this can be partly manipulated by users. I will argue that the software of LinkedIn Maps knows his restrictions and that the user should be aware of visual literacy. To understand why LinkedIn gives his users this competence in the process of visualization I will give a technical analysis of LinkedIn Maps. I will discuss the algorithm and explain how the application is put together as a ‘thing’.

The makers and the algorithms of LinkedIn Maps try to ensure objectivity, but this can be partly manipulated by users. I will argue that the software of LinkedIn Maps knows his restrictions and that the user should be aware of visual literacy. To understand why LinkedIn gives his users this competence in the process of visualization I will give a technical analysis of LinkedIn Maps. I will discuss the algorithm and explain how the application is put together as a ‘thing’.

The makers and the algorithms of LinkedIn Maps try to ensure objectivity, but this can be partly manipulated by users. I will argue that the software of LinkedIn Maps knows his restrictions and that the user should be aware of visual literacy. To understand why LinkedIn gives his users this competence in the process of visualization I will give a technical analysis of LinkedIn Maps. I will discuss the algorithm and explain how the application is put together as a ‘thing’.

The makers and the algorithms of LinkedIn Maps try to ensure objectivity, but this can be partly manipulated by users. I will argue that the software of LinkedIn Maps knows his restrictions and that the user should be aware of visual literacy. To understand why LinkedIn gives his users this competence in the process of visualization I will give a technical analysis of LinkedIn Maps. I will discuss the algorithm and explain how the application is put together as a ‘thing’.

The makers and the algorithms of LinkedIn Maps try to ensure objectivity, but this can be partly manipulated by users. I will argue that the software of LinkedIn Maps knows his restrictions and that the user should be aware of visual literacy. To understand why LinkedIn gives his users this competence in the process of visualization I will give a technical analysis of LinkedIn Maps. I will discuss the algorithm and explain how the application is put together as a ‘thing’.