Harry Halpin is Postdoctoral Associate with the World Wide Web Consortium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Visiting Researcher at the Institut de Recherche et d’Innovation du Centre Pompidou, France, as part of a European Commission–funded Marie Curie PHILOWEB project. His research interests range from the complex dynamics of tagging to the philosophical foundations of Anonymous. He is the author of Social Semantics: The Search for Meaning on the Web (2012), which analyzes the impact of the web on theories of semantics.
What Is Enlightenment?: Google, Wikileaks, and the Reorganization of the World
Contributor Harry Halpin on Julian Assange's "What Is Enlightenment?: Google, Wikileaks, and the Reorganization of the World"...