Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine
- Masthead /
ISSN 1076-027X / Volume 2, Number 5 / May 1, 1995 / Page 1
- Editor's Page
- Return to the Internet World
There's Gold in Them Thar Phone Lines
Amelia DeLoach explores the issues arising from the
Spring '95 Internet World Conference and Exhibition which took place
in San Jose April 10-13th.
New Directions at Internet World
John December attended Internet World in San Jose, and reports
on some aspects of the "look and feel" of the conference.
The Cutting Edge: News in Brief
Chris Lapham continues with more news from Internet World and beyond,
including the latest on CompuServe, Yahoo, and the '96 Olympics.
I Survived Comdex
John December was in Atlanta for the end of Freaknik and the start of
"Geeknik"--the '95 Spring Comdex (Computer dealers expo).
Exploring New York City's Online Community
reports on the life of New York
online, touching on
both the idea and the realization
of community online.
How Will This Improve Student Writing?"
Reflections on an Exploratory Study of On-line and Off-Line Texts
Steve Krause questions whether
online class discussion actually improves student writing.
Slick, But Not Complete
Sean McCandless reviews
Internet Slick Tricks,
an introductory Internet book from
Alfred and Emily Glossbrenner.
Gramercy Press on the Web: MCI's Ambiguous Adventure in Advertising
Have you met Darlene (one of the Web's
most popular characters)?
Kevin Hunt critiques
Darlene's home on
MCI's Gramercy Press site.
From the Nets
Pomp and Circuit-stance by Lisa Schmeiser
Responding to last month's review of Being Digital,
Shayne Weyker comments on Nicholas Negroponte's "demo or die"
philosophy at MIT's Media Lab.
The Last Link
Representation(s) and a Sense of Self:
The Subtle Abstractions of MOO Talk
Stephen Doheny-Farina examines the subtle language abstractions possible
in Multiple User Dialogues--Object Oriented (MOOs).
Letters to the editor always welcome: