Proceedings Table of Contents
Speaker Statements and Bios
Introduction to the Proceedings.
Peter Day and Doug Schuler
What it is -------> is --------->up to us.
Globalization, Cyberspace the Public Sphere.
The Internet and Radio B2-92.
Technologies Opportunities Program.
Rankin Inlet Community Access Centre.
Paper Tiger Television.
Carlos Pareja & Jamie McClelland
An Assets Based Approach to Community Building.
The Austin Access Model.
Scott Robinson, Fiorella De Cindio, Syd Frederickson
Paper -- Exclusive!
Deliberation in the Digital Age.
John B. Adams, Matt Powell
What is a Technology Healthy City? Developing Community Technology Impact
Emily Bancroft and David Keyes
Participatory Design of Information Strategies: Lessons Learned from El Salvador.
Creating Civic Involvement through Dynamic Networks -- A Multi-Platform Approach.
The Institute for Village Studies Workshop.
Civic Participation and the Internet.
Courtney Kakuska, Karen Lee
Broadband: Organizing for the Public Interest.
Making Network Society for all -- European and US Experiences.
High Tech, Low Tech, No Tech: Moving Beyond Economics to Bridge the Digital Divide.
Susan Kretchmer, Ron Carveth, Nancy Kranich
First Mile Broadband: Implications and Opportunities.
Telecommunications Applications Prototyping in Second-generation Community Networks.
Wayne Miner, Murali Venkatesh
Identifying Critical Issues in How Governments Shape New Public Space.
An Explanation of Multiple Community Networking Topologies: Practices, Capabilities, and Policy Issues.
Jeff Evans, Dara O'Neil
Intentional Use of PC/Internet as a Communications Tool to Facilitate Practical Friendship in an Urban Community.
Bruce Perler, Joan Valles, Tod Ransdell, Jack Lanham, Lisa Leibfried
E-mail Groups for Social Change.
Open Source Journalism -- An Alternative Strategy for Using the
Internet to Strengthen Democracy and Build Communities.
Neighborhood Knowledge Los Angeles: A Political and Technical How-To Kit.
Neal Richman, Bill Pitkin, Yoh Kawano
Bridging the Wisdom Divide.
Bruce Takata, David Matteson
Interactive Neighborhood Maps on a Community Web Portal: The Quality of Life In San Diego Project, and the AXIOMAP Technology.
Ilya Zaslavsky & Richard Marciano
Papers -- Regional Snapshots
Cybersobriety: How a Commercially Driven Internet Threatens the
Foundations of Democratic Self-Governance. Some Ways Sound Public Policies
Could Help. Why They Won't be Adopted and What to Do Instead.
Richard E Sclove
Papers -- Foundations
Using Cyberspace to Nurture Civil Society in Nigeria and U.S.A.: An
Educational Partnership Model.
John Agada & Martha Hale
Community Informatics in Argentina: Act II.
Susana Finquelievich & Alejandra Jara
Telecenters in the Second World -- Marginal Markets, Remittance Flows and
Papers -- Crossing Boundaries
Holding On To The Ground.
Shaping Communities: Empathy, Hostility, Lurking and Participation.
Explaining Community Informatics Success Prospects: the
Celia Romm & Wal Taylor
Cyberspace as a Tectonic System: Implications for Design.
Papers -- Socio-technical
Global Communications in the Post-Industrial Age:
US Labor Organziations and New Communication Technologies.
Place Matters, Even in Cyberspace: Exploring Online Maps as Forms of
Alternative Community Media.
Papers -- In the Community
Open Sources and the Open Society: An Essay in Politics and Technology.
The Turing Game - A Participatory Exploration Of Identity In Online
Joshua Berman & Amy Bruckman
The Soil of Cyberspace: Frameworks and Foundations for a Healthy Online
Navigating Very Large-Scale Conversations.
Papers -- Museums, Libraries and Culture
Discover the Treasure: The Value of a Learning Community.
Fiorella di Cindio et al
The "Embedded" Telecottage: Variations for Communication and Technology.
Moving Beyond the Field of Dreams: Citizenship and Internet Use at Vancouver
Ellen Balka and Brian J. Peterson
Papers -- Public Policy Issues
Electronic Environments and Public Spaces: the future of the future museum.
Randy Lee Cutler
Cyber Culture and Counter Culture Ideologies of Cyberspace.
Arthur Helweg & Adrian Mihalache
From Representation to Performance: Responsive PublicSpace.
Maja Kuzmanovic (FOAM-sponge) & Sha Xin Wei (Stanford-sponge)
Papers -- New Models
"On the Net, Nobody Knows that You're a Dog!" (Well, Almost Nobody): National
Governments and the Issue of Internet Control.
Standing Before the Portals: Non-Profit Content Online in the Age of
the Commercial Gatekeepers.
Local Government Policy Toward Virtual Political Spheres.
Welcome To 1927: The Creation Of Property Rights And Internet Domain Name
Policy In Historical Perspective.
ICTs for Health Promotion in the Community: A Participative Approach.
An Asset-Based Approach to Community Building and Technology.
Nicol Turner & Randal D. Pinkett
Can Public Policy Widen Participation in Cyberspace? Networks, Interests and
Initiatives in North West England.
John Cawood & Seamus Simpson
The Association for Progressive Communications and the Networking of Global
Civil Society: the role of the APC in UN Summits 1992-1995.
Rory O'Brien & Andrew Clement
Access to Cyberspace as a Human Right: Universal Service and the
Human Right to Communicate.
Electronic Community Networks: Women's Place, Women's Space?
Brian Loader & Leigh Keeble
E-Commerce and Local Economic Development: Enemy or Ally?
Impediments to User Participation in
Community Network Design: Implications for Theory and Practice.
Murali Venkatesh, Julia Nosovitch, and Wayne Miner