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Aquariums include exhibits and enclosures of freshwater and marine plant and animal species. Notes that a rapid expansion in the number of aquariums has occurred over the last ten years and in addition the complexity of exhibits and activities is also expanding in an aquarium “explosion.”...
Briefly describes the history of the Internet and OHIONET. Discusses OCLC’s role and involvement in providing a comprehensive service nationwide. Covers OCLC’s commitment to provide selected services to its members via the Internet, and details the advantages of this.
Considers the correct role of the European Commission in the light of its dependency on information from all European Union institutions.
Discusses the (primarily Catholic) Church in the “information society,” and explores the nature of communications in this context, and specifically the Internet. Suggests that the Church must embrace today’s communications media and leverage its position as social and ethical advisor and...
Examines the damaging effects that malicious computer abuse, such as hacking and viruses, can have on the development of an information‐based society. Computing and telecommunications technologies are a key ingredient in the realization of this society, but are increasingly the targets of...
Explores the problems of “counting” hits and visits to Web sites on the World Wide Web. Nominally, cyberspace offers unrivalled monitoring and tracking potential when compared with other marketing media. However, further inspection reveals some complicating factors. Identifies the phenomenon...
Argues that the growing availability of information, especially from electronic sources, offers both potential and problems for the researcher. Increasingly, information has become a commodity, commissioned for a specific purpose and shaped to fit the needs of the commissioner. It follows that...
Describes two categories of scholarly Internet resources: peer‐reviewed electronic journals and academic discussion lists. Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each in turn.
Looks at the growth and potential of the Internet in relation to security issues. Presently, lack of security is perceived as a major roadblock to doing business on‐line. Risks of system corruption, fraud, theft and viruses point companies to the need for enhanced security. Investigates the...
Proposes World Thai Expert Link (WorldTEL), to exploit new Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), or telematics, as a main means of creating social groups and thus task‐oriented workgroups in terms of motivational advantage and in a context of the psychology of interpersonal...
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