On February 22nd, 2018, I did a talk for the Inclusive Excellence Series at UW-Green Bay. You can watch that talk, The Adaptive Value of Anger, below.
Spoke with Christopher Gabriel, guest hosting for the Jordana Green Show on WCCO Radio (May 19th, 9pm).
My work made it’s way into BBC Radio’s The Digital Human.
On March 17th, 2016, I was a guest on the Joy Cardin Show of Wisconsin Public Radio where we talked about using social media to rant.
You can listen at Social Media as an Anger Outlet.
On March 8th, 2016, some of my work on Twitter ranting was discussed in a USA Today article by Maria Puente.
You can read the article at Why do people sound off on Twitter? Kim Kardashian’s Twitter rant explained.
On March 1st, 2016, some of my work was discussed by Cristela Guerrain in the Boston Globe article, “The appeal of open letters and what it says about us.”
You can read the article at The appeal of open letters and what it says about us.
On July 31st, 2015, I spoke with Christopher Gabriel about the online outrage at Walter Palmer over Cecil the Lion.
You can listen here: The Christopher Gabriel Program: Dr. Ryan Martin
On March 11th, 2015, I did an interview with Texas Standard on “Online outrage over racism at fraternities – how much are official responses dictated by social media?” For some background on the story, read University of Oklahoma Expels Two Leaders for Racist Singing.
You can listen to the show at Listen: Texas Standard for March 11, 2015.
On February 17, 2015, some of my work was discussed by Rachel Feltman, of The Washington Post, in the article Why Complaining on the Internet Makes us Feel so Good.
You can read the article at Why Complaining on the Internet Makes us Feel so Good.
On February 13, 2015, my work was discussed on Invisibilia, a podcast on NPR that “explores the intangible forces that shape human behavior – things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions.”
The episode, Our Computers, Ourselves, asks “are computers changing human character? Is our closeness with computers changing us as a species?” It can be heard here: http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=3&islist=true&id=64&d=02-13-2015