Writings

Peer Reviewed Articles:

Carmi, E. (Forthcoming, 2017). It’s a question of trust: Reviewing Halt and Catch Fire’s third season. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing.

Carmi, E. (2017). Regulating behaviours on the European Union internet, the case of spam versus cookies. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology.

Carmi, E. (2015). Taming Noisy Women: Bell Telephone’s female switchboard operators as a noise sourceMedia History21(3), 313-327.

Book:

2013 – [Book, in Hebrew] TranceMission – The Psytrance Culture in Israel 1989-1999. Resling— The Story behind TranceMission—>

Selected Articles:

– 15/05/2017 – Cookies – More than meets the eye. Theory, Culture & Society websites (Think Piece).

– 03/01/2017 – This is the rhythm of our (social media) lives. Part of Discover Society’s special issue on Digital Futures, edited by Mark Carrigan and Wil Housley.

– 13/06/2016 – Whose data is it anyway? Part of Open Democracy’s special issue on Digital Rights on the internet.

– 15/04/2016 – Reflection on the Review of the ePrivacy Directive workshop.

– 09/08/2015 – Freedom of the Press: Governments that spy over their citizens do not like investigative journalists (Hebrew)

– 26/01/2015 – The Future is Here, Buy It (Hebrew)

– 21/11/2014 – British Council’s project – 80 moments that shaped the world – electronic mail.

– 20/10/2014 – When Zuckerberg Freezes Eggs (Hebrew)

– 08/05/2014 – Listening to the Sound Archive.

– 30/01/2014 – (With Martina Mahnke) Behind and In-front of Algorithms: A Conversation Through the Screen.

– 15/10/2013 – 50 Shades of Digitalization.

– 04/06/2013 – Music Spammers – Artists or Outlaws?

– 25/03/2013 – Solutionism – A new Phenomenon?

– 25/01/2012 – Gender Imbalance on Wikipedia (Hebrew)

– 11/01/2012 – The Absence of Female Dj’s (Hebrew)

– 24/04/2011 – The Meaning of Electronic Genres (Hebrew)

– 05/04/2011 – Hearing Problems – The Truth About Nightclubs That Clubbers Don’t Want To Hear (Hebrew)