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There are really a huge number of sites that I visit on a regular basis. Here are just a few:
The Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication at Arizona State University. My employer, and a generally wonderful place.
The Complexity & Social Networks blog. Two of my favorite subjects, in one convenient place..
The International Communication Association (ICA), my favorite of the national disciplinary associations. I've been a member for years, and presented at conferences in Dresden and San Francisco, but now I'm planning to take a more active role.
The Consortium for Strategic Communication, directed by Prof. Steve Corman here at ASU in the Hugh Downs School for Human Communication. I have been fortunate to have begun collaborating with them on various projects, since their work is so fascinating and important, and closely related to my own research interests.
The International Network for Social Network Analysis organizes the Sunbelt conference each year, an amazing opportunity to learn about the work of leading network scholars, and take classes in various network software and analytical techniques.
del.icio.us - this is where I record most of my on-the-fly finds for teaching, research, and personal interest.
Twine - here I save sites that I feel are worth commenting on. I like Twine for the way it combines blogging, social networking, and link aggregation functions. My primary Twine has the same name as my blog: Multiplexation - The Twine.
I am on Facebook, but my profile is hidden to prevent searching. Facebook is my "safe space" for communicating with friends and colleagues. If you're a current student, I'm sorry, but I can't add you to my list of friends. After you graduate it's a different story: drop me an email to ask me to add you.
I've become a very active Twitter user, especially since I stopped relying on the web page and graduated to desktop applications like TweetDeck and Twhirl, but you are welcome to follow me there if so inclined.
For (sometimes) regular updates about me and my work, you can read my blog, Multiplexation.There you will also find a blogroll of some of my favorite public relations and related blogs.