Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine
ISSN 1076-027X / Volume 2, Number 7 / July 1, 1995 / Page 1
- On morality online...
Warning: This magazine contains links to information that is
unsuitable for persons under 21 years of age.
The Ethics of
WWW Site Engineering
- Web sites are being created at a breakneck rate.
Technical issues are discussed in depth; design issues
are just starting to gain attention; but what about
the ethical issues of Web design?
Chris Macdonald examines this question.
The Cutting Edge
- Chief Correspondent Chris Lapham rounds up the
latest in online news.
Big news this month:
American Online purchases major Internet-grown properties.
- Amelia DeLoach
rounds up more news from the online technology front:
Netscape joins forces with more players in online and
- The 11th Computers and Writing drew scholars from
all over the world to discuss ways to integrate
computer-based writing instruction and interaction into
classrooms; Mick Doherty provides a
report from El Paso, Texas, site of the conference.
The Evolution of the Newspaper
of the Future
- What will newspapers look like in the future? How
will current online technologies change news delivery?
Chief Correspondent Chris Lapham examines these questions
and discusses possible models for online news delivery.
Can the US Congress Define Decency?
- Many in the United States Congress feel that they
are the best authority on decency and want to pass
laws in an attempt to restrict free speech on the Internet.
Our Washington correspondent Lisa Schmeiser
examines the latest sound and fury from Capitol Hill.
From the Nets
- What to do this summer? Lisa Schmeiser
tours summer fun on the Web.
The Last Link
- Is it possible to have
civility online? S. Michael Halloran
argues that we must have civility
in order to have civilization online.
Letters to the editor always welcome: