Daniel Miller is a professor of anthropology at UCL. He is also an editor of the Material World Blog (“A global hub for thinking about things”) He has been working on digital anthropology and social media. His other interests are material culture and consumption, clothing and housing, transnational domestic labour, motherhood and hospices and ageing. His recent global anthropological research project “Why We Post” came up with eleven books including Social Media in Southeast Turkey. He has written/edited 37 books including Webcam (2014), Digital Anthropology (2012), Tales From Facebook (2011), Materiality (2005) etc. Our interview focuses on his recent and future projects, his views on a good and bad ethnography, interdisciplinary ethnography and more.