Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine
ISSN 1076-027X / Volume 1, Number 6 / October 1, 1994 / Page 1
Waiting for the Future in Sunshine City
Major telecom players in Japan are concocting a future--will it become a reality?
John Ratliff went to the Communication World '94 expo recently held in
Ikebukuro Sunshine City, Japan and examined the reality behind the
News Flash: Building the Global Student News
Ritzenthaler describes a network of student writers using the
Internet as a way to get in touch with technologies, gather news,
and provide content for global and national publications.
Can New York Enter the Information Age?
Is New York State public telecommunications policy choking the telephone
industry in the state? Or are telecos following a myopic product development
Japan Playing Catch-Up in Digital Communications
John Ratliff examines policy issues involved with Japan's
efforts to develop a national information infrastructure.
The Internet for Journalists:
The Fourth Estate in Cyberspace
How are journalists now using the Net for research and communication?
Gary Gach surveys how journalists are using a wide variety of Internet
tools and forums for newsgathering.
- Challenges for Web Information Providers
examines the growth of Web-based information, surveys his
providing information about Internet information sources,
explores issues about Web information quality, and
suggests issues of concern for Web information providers.
- BOOK REVIEW: Netiquette by Virginia Shea
Robert M. Slade reviews Netiquette (Albion Books, 1994), a book
that aims to guide the user to the social norms of the Net.
- From the Nets
- Waves... Threads... Catches....
- More about citation style... an open letter...
- THE LAST LINK
What is our "default" relationship with
examines Xerox PARC's assumptions about ubiquitous computing.