Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine
ISSN 1076-027X / Volume 1, Number 8 / December 1, 1994 / Page 1
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Beyond the Press Release: the Web as a Campaign Tool
Senator Edward Kennedy won re-election
last month in Massachusetts.
examines the role a campaign web played in the election.
Netting in the Office: The Internet's Place in the Business Community
According to Stephen Ward,
for the majority of working professionals, the Internet simply isn`t a time
efficient resource. Faster modems, better software, and cheaper connections
may be needed before mainstream America gets wired.
This Familiar Strangeness: A Look into the Future of Electronic
Jean-Claude Guedon, the founder of one of the first on-line scholarly
journals, believes we all can help determine the future of electronic
publishing. Wendy Pepping
presents Guedon's distinctive vision.
The Computer Trade Press, the Web, and Our Collective Future
David Strom explores how a savy reporter can use Email, the Web, FTP,
and Net News to write for the trade press.
The Internet as Catalyst for a Paradigm Shift
The corporate world may have controlled other forms of mass communication,
but the Internet's democratic if not subversive nature is shifting power
to budding entrepreneurs ready to engage the power of cyberspace.
This chapter from Michael Strangelove's new book explores these issues.
LIST REVIEW: Megabyte University (MBU-L)--Computers
and Writing, by Mick Doherty
- From the Nets
- The Last Link:
Virtualization of Local Life: A Tale of Two Teachers
examines the "virtualization" of physical space in education.
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