Atlas of Cyberspaces -- an atlas of maps and graphic
representations of the geographies of cyberspace.
BlogBib -- "An
Annotated Bibliography on Weblogs and Blogging, with a Focus on
and Critical Theory
Library of Information Science and Technology -- a digital
repository useful for those on the front lines as well as theorists.
-- legal news and info on electronic media and the Internet.
Online and in E-mails
Archive Project -- Building a Digital Future. It's attempting to
maintain the ephemeral internet in permanent form (they're the ones
who donated a complete copy of the web to the Library of Congress).
News -- Gwen Harris, an information consultant
specializing in Web searching and online education, offers a daily
blog about search tools, current awareness resources, portals,
browsers, awards, etc.
Traffic & Demographic Statistics
- Mediasite.com -- "a growing library of expert presentations and
lectures. Search by topic or submit a presentation and share your
expertise with the world." About 7,000 presentations are currently
available. Among titles of interest to librarians: "Bringing Oral
Histories to Life with Streaming Video," and "MBA Marketing Students
Recommendations for the University Libraries."
Environmental Scan: Social Landscape
PEW/Internet & American
Life Project --produces original, academic-quality reports that
explore the impact of the Internet on families, communities, work and
home, daily life, education, health care, and civic and political life.
of Cyberspace--an excellent set of papers and links.
Impact of Computing -- articles from ITWorld.
Social Machines -- This influential article (counter pointed
with clickable commentary from readers) explores the ways in which new
technologies "are ushering us into a world of what could be called
continuous computing--continuous in the usual sense of "uninterrupted,"
but also in the sense that it's continuous with our lives, in all their
messy, social, biographical richness."
of Internet Ties -- "The internet and email aid users in
maintaining their social networks and provide pathways to help when
people face big decisions" from the Pew Center.
Credibility Project -- from Stanford University, this
site offers full-text of the ongoing research project to
"understand what leads people to believe what they find on the