Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine
ISSN 1076-027X / Volume 1, Number 7 / November 1, 1994 / Page 1
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Exploring the Web Off-Line at the Second Annual Conference
Were you in Chicago for the Second International World Wide Web conference?
Tove Forgo attended,
and she provides a quick look at what transpired.
Head for the Lifeboats! The Suits are Rearranging the Deck
Chairs on the Titanic
describes what happened at a recent
symposium on large-scale networking at the University of
Welcome to the Emerald City! Please Ignore the Man Behind the Curtain
What assumptions about public space and activity are made when constructing
networks for communication?
John Monberg explores this question and the structure of online
MOO as Tool, MOO as Realm: A Response to Don Langham
Michael E. Doherty, Jr. explores the role of the MOO as a tool and a realm
for thought in a response to
essay in the July CMC Magazine.
Challenges for a Webbed Society
examines how the Web is already
transforming human communication,
thought, and relationships.
- FROM THE NETS
- Waves... Threads... Catches....
- THE LAST LINK
Does the "electronic frontier" metaphor for
the Net lead to faulty views of the nature of online communication?
explores this question in
Cybernauts in the Electronic Frontier: Pets on a Leash.
CMC Studies Center