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Richard Rogers is Professor of New Media & Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam. He also is Director of the Govcom.org Foundation, Amsterdam, known for the development of the Issue Crawler, the server-side network location and visualization software. Rogers also directs the Digital Methods Initiative, devoted to methods for the study of online data, with some 30 research tools online. His book Information Politics on the Web (MIT Press, 2004) was awarded the 2005 best book of the year by the American Society for Information Science & Technology. Rogers was recently visiting fellow at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania and visiting scholar in Comparative Media Studies, MIT.

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Richard Rogers is University Professor of New Media and Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam, and the author of Information Politics on the Web (MIT Press). He is Director of the Govcom.org Foundation (Amsterdam) and the Digital Methods Initiative.

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