Aleks Krotoski is an academic and journalist who writes about and studies technology and interactivity. Her PhD thesis in Social Psychology examined how information spreads around the social networks of the World Wide Web. She is a Research Associate at the Oxford Internet Institute and was the British Library's Researcher-in-Residence 2010-2011.
She completed the Emmy and Bafta award winning 4-part BBC 2 series Virtual Revolution in early 2010, about the social history of the World Wide Web.
Aleks writes the Untangling the Web column and blog for The Guardian and Observer newspapers, and hosts Tech Weekly, their technology podcast. Her writing also appears in Nature, Political Quarterly, BBC Technology, New Statesman, MIT Technology Review and The Telegraph.
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