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- New Media Art: New Forms of Production Dissemination and Reception of Art Disciplines
- Transcripts from the February 1999 panel in Madrid with Jordan Crandall, Alex Galloway and Geert Lovink.
- "a" is for Alex
- An anthology of writing by Alexis Massie.
- k.i.s.s. of the panopticon
- Cultural theory and new media literacy.
- The Life of King Edward the Confessor
- 13th Century manuscript from Oxford University.
- Hopes to serve as the ultimate source of information for online journal writers, readers, researchers and the media.
- Complete Works of William Shakespeare
- Searchable database from Jeremy Hylton.
- Futurism: Manifestos and Other Resources
- F.T. Marinetti and friends embrace the exciting new world of speed, noise, machines, pollution, and cities in 1909.
- Zoetrope: All-Story
- Print and on-line magazine, founded by Francis Ford Coppola, which is dedicated to finding and publishing the best new voices in short fiction.
- American Literary Classics
- Mellville, Poe, Twain, Alcott and others plus a special "Chapter a Day".
- Marx/Engels Internet Archive
- Searchable research material and/or general reading pleasure for those interested in this epoch-shaping stream of thought.
- City of Boiled Beans
- by Ashok Khosla and Susan Bodenlos
Discovering India while setting up a software development center there for Apple Computer.
- Renaissance Geeks
- by Simon Firth
If Silicon Valley is the new Florence then why is it so ugly?
- Back From Chaos
- by Edward O. Wilson
A scientist considers the fundamental unity underlying all forms of knowledge.
- What are Structured Vocabularies?
- Collections of terms, organized in a way that specifies the relationships between concepts for the purpose of facilitating access to key information.
- THE OUTSIDER
- by Laura Miller
Haruki Murakami on the darkness of the subconscious, the Aum Cult subway gas attack and being an individualist in Japan.
- FREE RADIO, CRAZY COPS AND BROKEN WINDOWS
- by Alexander Cockburn
Making the airways safe for large corporations.
- THE NEW PURITANISM
- by John Leonard
Who's afraid of Lolita? (We are)
- Time & Bits: Managing Digital Continuity
- An integrated technical and philosophical discussion of digital archives and their future with Stewart Brand, Brian Eno, Bruce Sterling and others.
- Tilman Baumgaertel's Hotlinks
- The Herodotus of net.art.
- Entire text of a new book by Wendy M. Grossman about the wars along the border between cyberspace and real life.
- James Lee Byars
- An appreciation by John Brockman.
- *the* weekly high-tech sarcastic update for the UK.
- Joyce Maynard
- Her life, in detail (including an affair with J.D. Salinger).
- Computing in the Arts Syllabus
- Links from a class taught by Natalie Bookchin at UC San Diego, Fall '97.
- The Web Writer
- Guide to writing online from Steve Gilliard.
- The Matrix: J.C.R. Licklider
- Licklider from 1963-64 put in place the Pentagon funding priorities which would lead to the Internet, and the invention of the "mouse," "windows" and "hypertext."
- Beijing Scene
- China in English.
- Remembering the Memex
- A FEED document on Vannevar Bush's classic essay "As We May Think" (1945) with annotations by Michael Joyce, Esther Dyson and others.
- An irregular web column. Irregular in content, irregular in timing.
- H.L. Mencken Page
- The most prominent newspaperman, book reviewer, and political commentator of his day, Henry Louis Mencken was a libertarian before the word came into usage.
- Entropy Gradient Reversals
- "All Noise - All the Time" from RageBoy Christopher Locke. (7.29.97)
- Conference on After Postmodernism
- University of Chicago, November 14-16, 1997. Papers will not be presented but made available through this site for discussion at the conference. (7.25.97)
- Visceral Façades: Taking Matta-Clark's Crowbar to Software
- Matthew Fuller proposes to take the attitude and the thinking of a raw and sensuous strand of conceptual art and use it as a device for software development and criticism.
- Words of Art
- An on-line glossary of theory and criticism for the visual arts.
- Internet Text
- Philosophy and psychology of the Internet from Alan Sondheim.
- The City Review
- A 'zine devoted to Manhattan affairs and the arts with a strong emphasis on architecture, planning, real estate, museums, books and consumer technology. Edited and published by Carter B. Horsley.
- Serving Suggestions
- Article on the work of artist Barry X Ball by Jean-Pierre Criqui.
- Virtual Curator
- Paper on a project by Colin Beardon and Suzette Worden at the University of Brighton.
- Web Deleuze
- Lectures by philosopher Gilles Deleuze. In French with English translation forthcoming.
- The Doors of Perception
- Aldous Huxley's 1954 book about his experiments with mescalin and his thoughts on the value of transcendence through its use.
- The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
- Walter Benjamin Essay.
- NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
- by Daniel Hurewitz
Review of Charles Kaiser's "The Gay Metropolis, 1940 - 1996".
- GAY KIDS IN THE REAL WORLD
(http://www.wired.com/news/news/wiredview/story/8246.html) (dd)by Steve Silberman
On misguided government attempts to protect kids from predators on-line.
- MATTEL'S LATEST: CEASE-AND-DESIST BARBIE
- by Steve Silberman
Mattel's great Barbie purge.
- THE GODFATHER OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART: AN INTERVIEW WITH BILLY KLÜVER
- by Garnet Hertz
The electrical engineer who founded E.A.T. (Experiments in Art and Technology)
- DIGITAL CULTURE: GOD, MAN AND THE INTERFACE
- by Harvey Blume
Interview with Steven Johnson, founding editor of FEED, about his new book.
- CLICKING FOR GODOT
- by Scott Rosenberg
Do we want to live in a world where Godot actually shows up?
- by David Hudson
Vuk Cosic replicates the Documenta X Web site before it shuts down.
- INTERNET ART STRUGGLES FOR ITS OWN IDENTITY
- by Tom Watson
A special report on Web-based art in New York City.
- "THE FUTURE THAT ALMOST WASN'T: A CONVERSATION BETWEEN DIANA THATER AND T. KELLY MASON"
- Two artists discuss the the history and intersection of video and electronic music.
(also available from the nettime archive)
- J.G. BALLARD ON WILLIAM BURROUGHS' NAKED TRUTH
- by RICHARD KADREY AND SUZANNE STEFANAC
Ballard speaks about the influence of Burroughs on his own writing.
- "WE LOVE YOUR COMPUTER!":
AN INTERVIEW WITH JODI
- by TILMAN BAUMGAERTEL
Dirk Paesmans and Joan Heemskerk (www.jodi.org) talk about their site and how it has been presented at documentaX.
- INTERVIEW WITH MIKE DAVIS
- by GEERT LOVINK
Davis' book "City of Quartz" points to a future in which the sublime and the dreadfull are inextricable; a future which does not belong to Southern California alone, but terrifyingly seems to belong to all of us.
- HEATH BUNTING INTERVIEW
- by TILMAN BAUMGAERTEL
Conducted at the opening of documenta X.
- KASUMA SPEAKS
- by KAY ITOI
Yayoi Kusama on her life of art.
- THE CAPITALIST THREAT
- by GEORGE SOROS
What kind of society do we want? "Let the free market decide!" is the often-heard response. That response, a prominent capitalist argues, undermines the very values on which open and democratic societies depend.
- BEYOND THE FRAME
- by BERNARD EDELMAN and EDGAR ROSKIS
"At the international conference on photography in Arles on 6-7 July, a seminar on "pictures and politics" analyses the conflicting relations between photography and the law, the authorities and culture."
- Intelligent Software
- By Pattie Maes
"Computers are as ubiquitous as automobiles and toasters, but exploiting their capabilities still seems to require the training of a supersonic test pilot."
- William S. Burroughs
- By Gary Kamiya
"Burroughs brought the Big Cold into our literature. He pushed literature way out, past all the stop signs, into a wasteland where the faces screamed like Francis Bacon portraits and the pain wasn't literary."
A William S. Burroughs Primer from bigtable.com.
- Negative Documenta
- By Donald Kuspit
"There's an air of self-righteousness to this exhibition, and nostalgia. While the curator, Catherine David, attacks "reactionary nostalgia" (Art Press, June 1997, p. 42), a great number of works in her exhibition are nostalgic for "68," more particularly, for a certain idea of "critical art," as David calls it."
A response from Jordan Crandall.
- H.L. Mencken Page
- The most prominent newspaperman, book reviewer, and political commentator of his day, Henry Louis Mencken was a libertarian before the word came into usage.
- Is Denny Really Dead?
- By Michael Krantz
An edgy e-mail prank (or is it art?) ruffles feathers while testing the limits of online storytelling.
- Economy and Ecology
- By Susan George
"Aside from the language and medium of art, there are basically two dominant contemporary views of the world, the ecological and the economic. I will argue that these two worldviews are fundamentally incompatible and locked in warfare, whether or not this war has yet been recognised by most people."
- Why Artists Should Not Be Allowed Out in Public
- By Cintra Wilson
"Nobody should ever give artists the time of day, really. Tether the whiny brutes to their keyboards and paint boxes and only let them out for the odd grilled cheese. Let them be seen and heard in craft and deed alone. Keep them out of our goddamned bars."
- Gerbil: A Queer Culture Zine
- Keeping a Queer presence and offering a Lesbian and Gay alternative to mainstream Queer media.
- "Not flimsy nonsense, but a web of sense." Vladimir Nabokov resources on the Net from Penn State University.
- Institut de Développement Artistique
- Le Magazine Électroniqe et Bimestriel de l'IDA, Université de Provence.
- Scripting News
- News and commentary from the cross-platform scripting community. Lots of other tech info and gossip, too, from Dave Winer who has a love/hate relationship with Apple.
- Monthly online literary magazine from Bookwire.com. Essays, interviews and excerpts.
- Thomas Pynchon
- HyperArts Pynchon Pages curated by Tim Ware.
- Metropolis Magazine
- Examines contemporary life through the focus on various design disciplines.
- The Drudge Report
- The top "live" newswire and syndicated column shortcuts publicly available on the net. From Matt Drudge.
- James Turrell
- Extract from Craig Adcock's essay, The Roden Crater Project, 1989.
- William S. Burroughs Inter Net Web Zone
- An electronic reference guide to works of William Seward Burroughs, his literary works, recordings, film, video appearances, samples, and other publications.
- Intro to the Internet
- Class taught by Phil Agre at the University of Califorinia/San Diego. His focus is on understanding the ways in which media -- paper, television, the Internet, whatever -- fit into people's lives. Great links to resources and examples of student projects.
- Selective Internet resources for writers.
- Internet Archaeology
- Aims to present the results of archaeological research online in a readable manner and yet make it possible for readers to explore the data upon which conclusions are based.
- Hakim Bey Fanclub
- Are you crazy about Hakim Bey (not)?
- The first art news source on the Net
- William Gibson's Yard Show
- The author's homepage.
- Reporters Sans Frontieres
- "Reporters Without Borders" is dedicated to freedom of the press and brings you copies of banned newspapers. In French, English and Spanish.
- City of Bits
- An imaginative, compelling, and dynamic companion to the "analog" book by William J. Mitchell, Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at MIT.
- Marcos Novak: Words, Works, Worlds
- Stretching the definition of architecture/"data landscapes" at UT in Austin.
- Memex and Beyond
- Historial record of and current research in hypermedia.
- News and commentary on hypertext from Eastgate. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
- Electronic version of Computers and the History of Art Journal.
- Journal of a strained net, three days a week.
- Why Not Sneeze?
- A critical journal of/on Web art.
- Face Value
- Notes on social media and self-exchange by Nino Rodriguez.
- Diaries (journals) on the Internet
- Links to a variety of online journals written by people you probably will never meet.
- Art Commotion
- Los Angeles Contemporary Arts Magazine.
- Web site of the Foundation Hergé.
- Design Architecture
- Electronic journal of design and architecture.
- Brian Eno
- Interviewed by John Alderman in HotWired 6/5/96.
- Bombes Away
- Project to reconstruct the famous British WWII code-breaking machines before the technicians die. From The Guardian.
- The Nasty Trick
- How Luther Blissett turned a corporate attack on the multiple name into a marvellous prank on a major publishing house.
- Fear of Surfing
- Debut essay by A.D. Coleman for June ArtNews' "Web-sight" column
- No Passion Spent
- Essays 1978-1995 by George Steiner. Chapter One: The Uncommon Reader
- The Culture Machine: Science and Art on the Web
- Review by Ben Davis in the August Scientific American
- Living-Room Galleries
- The revival of art salons by Carol Kino in the July Atlantic Monthly
- Essays by Joseph Squier
- "Back to the Future: Artists and Electronic Publishing" and other essays.
- The 900+ pages here are based on the new youth culture reference book published in the U.S. by HarperCollins (and in the U.K. by Fourth Estate).
- Engines of Creation
- 1985 book by K. Eric Drexler that projected the development of hypertext publishing systems; now it is at last appearing on one.
- Foundation Watch
- Conservative monthly newsletter that monitors the activities of private foundations and analyzes their impact on American society.
- Scoop des Arts
- Arts journal from Montreal. In French.
- Internet Poetry Archive
- Includes the work of living poets from around the world including Philip Levine and Nobel Prize winners Seamus Heaney and Czeslaw Milosz.
- First Monday
- Peer-reviewed, electronic journal dedicated to the Internet, and only available on the Internet.
- Damien Hirst Biography
- Conversation with Marcelo Spinelli for the British Art Show IV.
- "L'Esprit Nouveau et les Poëtes," Guillaume Apollinaire
- Important essay on modern art from ArtBin. In French with an introduction in Swedish and English.
- Text 21
- A symposium on the future of the written word from Alfred University with presentations by Sven Birkets, Joseph Nechvatal and others.
- Ancient World Web Meta Index
- Large index of links to all things ancient.
- Scientific American Magazine
- You will find many of your favorite magazine features here, as well as at least two major articles in their entirety, with links that let you connect directly to the researchers and their work.
- Electronic Publications from the Smithsonian Institution Libraries
- First up: "Hair Pipes in Plains Indian Adornment" by John C. Ewers, 1957. Illustrated.
- The Sokal Affair
- Jason Walsh of the U of Washington has collected links pertaining to the spoof played by physicist Alan Sokal on the editors of "Social Text". All the fun of academia without the tuition...
- Manifestos and other resources collected by Kim Scarborough.
- The (re)making project
- Archive of the plays of Chalres Mee. The author invites you to take and reuse the texts to make new works.
- Memetics Index
- Memetics is a whole new school of thought which studies the transmission of ideas by viewing ideas (which memetics calls memes) as being living organisms.
- Not Bored!
- A situationist-inspired, low-budget, irregularly published, photocopied journal of amateur radical socio- cultural critique.
- Fluxus Mail Archive
- Searchable mail archive for the Fluxus mailing list.
- "Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology" by George P. Landow.
- The Libyrinth
- Devoted to writers such as Borges, Eco, Garcia Marguez and Joyce.
- Online literary daily.
- Art Criticism and the Vanishing Public:Two talks from an ADA panel held earlier this year transcribed by ArtNet Magazine:
- Donald Kuspit
- Website for magazine dedicated to the words and voices of artists, writers, filmmakers and performers on the cutting edge of arts and letters and culture.
- Methods of Detournement
- Guy Debord, Gil J. Wolman.
- ArtNet Magazine
- Publisher Doug Milford and editor Walter Robinson have assembled a professional staff of artists and writers to create a major art magazine for the Web. A must read for keeping up with the new, improved art world.
- Stirling Marginal Review
- Review of the arts and urban environment in Stirling, Scotland.
- Ellipsis Publishing
- Architecture, Simon Biggs, John Chris Jones and the Mekons.
- Art Topos
- The first Greek professional Fine Arts publication in INTERNET, using text, images, sound, animation and video. It is published both in Greek and English.
- What is Culture?
- Online syllabus from the Learning Systems Group at Washington State University.
- Culture in Cyberspace
- This newsletter looks at the intersection of technology and culture for people who manage cultural organizations or who otherwise care how culture is represented in the emerging information age.
- Web art mag from Australia
- Electronic Four-Alarm FIRESIGNal. The official Newsletter of the Firesign Theatre. We will now learn three new words in Turkish...
- Open Book Systems
- Not a bookstore in the traditional sense, OBS focuses on using the medium to facilitate the evolution of online recorded thought, or "online publishing."
- On-line journal of all the arts.
- Canvas Criticism
- Selections from Leo Steinberg, Arthur Wheelock, Meyer Schapiro and Kenneth Clark.
- Rivista de Cultura Hispana. Works on History, Literature, Fine Arts, Cinematography, Comic and the Spanish Language. In Spanish.
- Online magazine of world music. Lots of audio files available of music made outside the United States.
- The Jorge Luis Borges Center for Studies & Documentation
- Center based in Denmark for the study of the Argentinian writer.
- New York Times
- Contains most of the news and feature articles from the current day's printed newspaper, classified advertising plus interactive features including forums and the crossword puzzle.
- Professionally done online magazine with an interesting mix of content. Somewhat heavy on graphics.
- Communication Arts
- Largest magazine for graphic designers, art directors, copywriters, photographers, illustrators and multimedia designers.
- Deutschsprachige Literaturmagazine im Web
- German Literary Magazines on the Web. In German.
- A series of electronic position papers examining the role of the arts and culture in defining the public sphere of the information age.A collaborative project of the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities and the Getty Art History Information Program.
- Journal for teachers of writing in a webbed environment. Elaborate use of frames if you have Netscape 2.x.
- Image Soup
- Quarterly for computer artists offers how-to advice for applications such as Photoshop and Director.
- F. Scott Fitzgerald Centennial Home Page
- To elevate the awareness of one of America's greatest writers and to coordinate all events in 1996 commemorating the 100th anniversary of his birth.
- Documents of Interactivity
- From ArtsWire.
- Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche Page
- From the USC Annenberg School for Communication.
- A multilingual arts/cultures/media magazine. In English and Portuguese.
- Archaeology Magazine
- An official publication of the Archaaeological Institute of America.
- Allucquére Rosanne Stone's Home Page
- Cultural theorist, performance artist, director of the ACTLab, UT at Austin.
- 19th Century Women Writers Web
- The work and lives of nineteenth century American women authors.
- The Act
- The journal is focused on the dissolving boundary between art and life. It is now looking to publish works concerning the end of art, art & life, and 'art that cannot be art'.
- La Rafale!
- La gazette de l'idiot du village (global). Counter- and sub-culture, politics, agit prop, rap music, surrealism, situationnist, parisian bars. In French.
- William Butler Yeats
- Online journal sponsored by the Lehman College Art Gallery's Center for Long Distance Art & Culture.
- Marvin Minsky
- A selection of published papers from the author of "Society of Mind".
- Le Xerox et l'infini
- Jean Baudrillard - TRAVERSES #44 - Machines Virtuelles
- Tirades and rants, usually having to do with net hype, updated every weekday with appropriate links. One of the best sites on the web.
- Critical Art Ensemble
- A collective of six artists of various specializations dedicated to exploring the intersections between art, technology, radical politics, and critical theory.
- A filter to cyberspace from David S. Bennahum, including his bi-weekly newsletter Meme.
- UC Irvine Critical Theory Resource
- A large number of scholarly bibliographies that can be browsed and searched.
- THING REVIEWS
- Current reviews of exhibits around the world from THE THING
- Word Slam
- A celebration of the power of language, created to explore the art of the spoken word. From time-tested masterworks to future classics in embryo.
- An international, electronic review of books on theory, technology and culture. Contributors include Jean Baudrillard and Kathy Acker.
- Mainlining Postmodernism: Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger and the Art of Intervention
by Walter Kalaidjian, Postmodern Culture v.2 n.3
- "Midway through the Reagan era, the crossing of the Great Depression's communal aesthetics and the contemporary avant-gardes was theorized from the conservative right as a stigma of neo-Stalinism."
- The Vision of an Accomplished Webmaster
- Interview with Elizabeth Osder, The New York Times' New Content Development Editor and creator of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Site, and The Yuckiest Site on the Internet.
- Seamus Heaney Page
- Poetry from the Nobel Prize winner.
- Experimental Russian-language magazine covering today's alternative cultural scene. Cyrillic fonts are required for successful reading and can be downloaded from the site.
- Factsheet Five -- Electric
- Your net guide to parallel culture, the weird stuff that you may stumble across, but can't find through the usual channels.
- Censorship and the Arts in Canada
- By Leif Harmsen
This hypertext is a product of my survey of the place where Canadian censorship and the arts intersect. It is not complete. I have examined censorship in my home province of Ontario in particular and from my gay perspective.
- The Tech Classics Archive
- This is a searchable archive of 375 classical Greek and Roman texts (in English translation), provided by The Tech at MIT. The original electronic sources for the works are freely available online.
- Lyotard Anti-Differand Page Alan Liu
- Normally, the Web is a dimension in which time is "noise." Time is what interferes with the reception of a long page or large image. One gets up and takes the dog out, looks up at the night sky, gets lost in the immensity of distance, comes back in with dew on one's hair--and all this time that large .gif image is STILL coming in.
- Transcopyright by Ted Nelson
- The on-line copyright problem may be resolvable by a simple, sweeping permission method. This proposed system, which anyone may use, allows broad re-use of materials in exchange for automatic tracking of ownership. Payment goes to the original publisher and credit to the original author. Nothing is misquoted, nothing is out of context (since the original context is immediately available), and users are not spied upon.
- The Elements of Style
- The Classic by William Strunk
- Utne Lens
- A biweekly Web publication from Utne Reader.
- Thomas Pynchon Home Page
- If you've never read Gravity's Rainbow I don't want to talk to you.
- McLuhan Quote-O-Rama
- Ramdom quotes from media guru Marshall McLuhan.
- Random House
- Bookstores and book publishers have been using the same age-old marketing techniques and technologies for a long time. Now, Random House has decided to go the high-tech route--we are starting experimental services on the Internet's World Wide Web. For now, what we've made available is the Web equivalent of a movie trailer: some bits and pieces that represent, in part, the full coverage of our books, from the many divisions of Random House, that we'll be providing via the Internet in the future.
- Being Digital by Nicholas Negroponte
- Excerpts from the book by the director of the MIT Media Lab.
- The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James.
- This page is my notes on James' classic study of religion. In addition to serving as a sort of "Cliff's Notes" for the book, it is also a home page for pointers to other information on the Net, pertinent to the various topics discussed.
- Communication Decency Act
- Gopher archive for the full-text of the Exon Bill (S. 314) in the Congress, which requires telecommunications service providers to be liable for the content housed on their networks.
- Why Censoring Cyberspace is Dangerous & Futile by Howard Rheingold.
- "Don't be fooled when some politician uses 'pornography and pedophiles on the Internet' as an excuse to cripple the most valuable technology America has going for it."
- Censoring Cyberspace by Philip Elmer-DeWitt, Time Magazine, November 21, 1994
- Carnegie Mellon's attempt to ban sex from its campus computer network sends a chill along the info highway.
- Hypertext Hotel, WWW Entrance
- This is a project which was started by Robert Coover in the Hypertext Fiction Workshop at Brown University about four years ago, and has been expanded to roughly novel-length over those years, being ported through three hypertext systems in the process.
- The Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord
- La Société du spectacle was first published in November 1967 by the Paris publishers Buchet-Chastel. The disturbances of 1968 made the book known. A second edition, strictly unaltered, was issued in 1971 by Editions Champ Libre, a publishing house whose name was changed to Editions Gerard Lebovici in 1984 in the wake of the murder of the publisher. That edition was reprinted regularly until 1991. The text of this third edition is also identical to that of 1967. (Naturally, the same principle will be applied to my other books, all of which are to be republished by Gallimard; I am not someone who revises his work.)
- The Temporary Autonomous Zone by Hakim Bey
- Influential anarchist text. Anti-copyright, 1985, 1991. May be freely pirated & quoted -- the author & publisher, however, would like to be informed.
- Institutional Circuitry: Thinking About the Forms and Uses of Information by Philip E. Agre
- In this issue we have been asked to speculate upon the future of information, and I would like to begin by unpacking some of the assumptions bound up in this phrase, "the future of information".
- Networking on the Network by Philip E. Agre
- The Internet and other digital networks are currently undergoing explosive growth. Several million people employ electronic mail for some significant portion of their professional communications. Yet in my experience few people have figured out how to use the net productively. A great deal of effort is going into technical means for finding information on the net, but hardly anybody has been helping newcomers figure out where the net fits in the larger picture of their own careers. These notes are a first attempt to fill that gap, building on the most successful practices I've observed in my fifteen years on the net. I will focus on the use of electronic communication in research communities, but the underlying principles will be applicable to many other communities as well.
- As We May Think by Vannevar Bush
- An important article first published in the July 1945 issue of The Atlantic Monthly by Vannevar Bush, considered the father of modern-day hypertext/hypermedia.
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