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First Monday - Internet Publishing
First Monday is one of the first peer-reviewed journals on the Internet, solely devoted to the Internet. Since its start in May 1996, First Monday has published 418 papers in 79 issues; these papers were written by 498 different authors. First Monday is indexed in INSPEC, LISA, PAIS and other services. In the year 2001, users from 536,046 distinct hosts around the world downloaded 3,117,547 contributions published in First Monday.
First Monday was born in the summer of 1995 in a proposal by Chief Editor Edward J. Valauskas to the Danish publisher Munksgaard, to start a new Internet-only, peer-review journal about the Internet.
The Editors and Editorial Board welcome manuscripts on a variety of Internet issues. Over the course of its history, contributions to First Monday have arrived from 30 countries around the world.
First Monday publishes original articles about the Internet and the Global Information Infrastructure.
First Monday has:
- followed the political and regulatory regimes affecting the Internet;
- examined the use of the Internet, by analyzing economic, technical, and social factors;
- reviewed research and development of Internet software and hardware;
- studied the use of Internet in specific communities;
- reported on standards; and, - discussed the content of the Internet.
First Monday is an experiment in electronic publishing, exploring the possibilities of communicating in this Internet medium. There are no plans to offer First Monday in a print version.
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O'Reilly & Associates
O'Reilly & Associates is the premier information source for leading-edge computer technologies. We communicate the knowledge of experts through our books, conferences, and web sites. Our books, known for their animals on the covers, occupy a treasured place on the shelves of the developers building the next generation of software.
Our conferences and summits bring innovators together to shape the revolutionary ideas that spark new industries. From the Internet to the web, Linux, Open Source, and now peer-to-peer networking, we put technologies on the map.
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Intelligent Enterprise
Intelligent Enterprise is the only magazine dedicated to the strategic business applications that create intelligence from data. Intelligent Enterprise shows high level technology professionals how to plan, deploy, and manage the strategic applications their companies depend on to improve decision making, optimize business performance, and maximize the value of customer relationships.
Intelligent Enterprise is the first information resource for business and IT leaders that focuses on corporate information as a strategic platform for business advantage.
IT | ICT | Magazine | Online | Business |
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The Register (UK + USA)
Online IT news magazine.
The Register began life as an occasional free email newsletter in 1994. It turned into an occasional Web publication in 1997 and became a full-time IT news publication in 1998. The Register is the UKs biggest online IT publication, but it also has a worldwide reach 1.6 million readers surfing through 23 million pages a month.
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IT section of The Guardian and Observer (UK)
ICT | Latest news and comment | Site of the Day | Competition | Special reports | School website of the month | Higher Education | Schools | TEFL | Foreign language resources |
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Technology & Learning Magazine
The indviduals behind techlearning.com are the producers of Technology & Learning magazine, SchoolTech Expo & Conference, and the Well Connected Educator Web site. We are journalists, former educators, parents, event planners, and supporters of advancing the integration of technology into schools and K-12 curricula.
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