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Examines the politicaleconomic background behind the NationalResearch and Educational Network NREN and the proposed NationalInformation Infrastructure NII. Points out that several importantquestions about N.I. have not been addressed. Explains the structure ofNREN. Concludes that the US...
Explains the necessity for measurement of Internet growth so thatcapacity, commercial potential, etc. may be planned and assessed. Arguesthat this cannot be measured merely by packet counts and userregistrations. Presents detailed analysis of over 13,000 sites,worldwide. Develops a mathematical...
Relates how the Electronic Mailing List for the US ExecutiveInformation Systems Special Interest Group EISSIG was confused for theClinton administrations Office of Electronic Publishing and EMail.Tells how EISSIG list holders were swamped with irrelevant messages.Draws some conclusions about the...
Presents the Internet paradox of an information surfeit causingintelligence impoverishment, information pollution.Reviews some methods and literature associated with informationretrieval in an academic environment. Elucidates a VirtualReality solution, based on expert software and fuzzy logic....
Describes an information retrieval system prototype currently usedto support NASA R&D. Suggests lessons learnt may be applied to otheraudiences. Discusses the implications of the prototype with reference topotential general applications.
For Global, read USA. Examines therelationship between dominant communication technologies, humancognition and human organization. Concludes that electronic networkshave a great potential for improving the richness of human cognition andfacilitating democracy. Cautions that public money needs to...
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