Sea of Shoes is now SEAofSHOES.com!

Now you can visit my blog just by typing in ‘seaofshoes.com’! No need for the .typepad.com!

Aren’t you glad you don’t have to type those seven extra pesky letters?

Thanks for visiting and thanks to the people who’ve linked me! :)

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  1. Ragamala says:

    I love your blog. I feel as if I’ve seen you before, were you in Teen Vogue?

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    I saw you in TeenVogue and you have amazing style!!! luvv the prada skirt. Im in love with you blog now!!!

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    Hey :) what blog site did you go to to start your blog? Im just wondering because Im thinking of starting my own blog so… yeah :)

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    There is a growing consensus that comments posted in social networks are not ‘in the public domain’ and that researchers should seek permission to use them. Researchers should also remember that because the internet is so readily searchable, they should avoid using literal quotes from social network discussions (in most cases) as this will potentially reveal who the respondent is.
    In many codes of ethics and in a growing number of laws, the intention/expectation of the person making a post is important in determining what can be done with that post. In terms of privacy there are two issues. The first is that if a researcher has to join a network to see the post, then the person making the post is doing so in the expectation that they are talking to genuine members of the community, not to professional researchers or journalists. The second that is when somebody makes, say, 200 posts in their status bar over the course of a year, they did not have the expectation that all their quotes would be brought back together as a single corpus for investigation.

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