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   Next 5 Minutes 4 (TML)                                                          
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   World Summit on Sustainable Development                                         
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   Possibilities of a Beautiful Love                                               
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   CityScape film programme in Rotterdam                                           
     "geert lovink" <>                                                

   Call for Submissions "The Netizen - 1992/3 - 2002/3)                         (Ronda Hauben)                                                    

   program of internet researchers conference (maastricht/nl)                      
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   w3art - la comunidad artistica en internet Invitation                                                                                            


Date: Wed, 04 Sep 2002 09:08:34 +0200
From: "David Garcia" <>
Subject: Next 5 Minutes 4 (TML)

A Temporary  Media Laboratory for Tactical Media
@ Imagine IC in Amsterdam Southeast
September 12 - 22, 2002

Opening Program: Thursday September 12 18.00 hrs

Imagine IC - Bijlmerplein 1006 - 1008 Amsterdam

Full Program and Workshop descriptions can be found on the Next 5 Minutes

Website Imagine IC

Imagine IC, the new centre for the visual representation of migration and
cultures, is the location for a temporary public media laboratory from
September 12th till 22nd. Open at all times to the wider audience, artists,
campaigners, local and international media makers and activists will develop
and discuss their work for 10 days, hold workshops with local media groups,
present examples, realise live media programs on-line and via radio and tv,
execute various projects. This Tactical Media Laboratory (short: TML) will
the first of an international series of TMLs, organised in various cities,
on different continents.

The Amsterdam TML will focus on the relationship between media and migrant
At the heart of our concern is the question who is given a voice in the
contemporary media landscape, and which voices are left out.  How can the
individual, as well as the most diverse as possible representation of
and political groups, make their own voice be heard by media?

Workshops and presentations will run continuously around themes such as:
Virtual Shelter, and Home-Land Connections, GenderChangers: Women
Technology, Migration and Illegality, Wireless Media, and the Power of
Testimony. The TML is the joint effort of a large number of artists and
groups, amongst others: ambient tv, ASCII, De Balie, Harwood,, Waag
Society, RAZO, NYU Center for Media, Culture and History, Gender Changers
Academy,,, Paradox, Salto, and many more.

All of the following workshops and presentations are open to the public, and
are free of charge:

Virtual Shelter
First Public Meeting Thursday Sept 12 14.00-18.00
Midpoint Public Review Thursday Sept 19 18.00-21.00
Final Public Meeting Saturday Sept 21 12.00-16.00

Virtual Shelter is an initiative in which a group of refugees will be
on a long term project with Imagine IC, Paradox, and the Amsterdam Tactical
Media Lab to develop an online environment for refugees. This will be a
where refugees can network together privately, access vital information and,
a more symbolic level, become a space for personal testimony.

Migration and Illegality
How the Schengen Information System Works Friday Sept 20 18.00-21.00
Debate and Discussion Saturday Sept 21 18.00-21.00

How can illegal people tell their own stories while still remaining
to the authorities? What can be done against the systems used to catagories
register people, such as Schengen Information System, a huge database in
Strasbourg containing files on illegal immigrants? One presentation will
this Schengen system, while a debate will ask these and other important

Wireless Networks
Outdoor Wireless Action: Koopavond ZO Thursday Sept 12 18.00-21.00
Outdoor Wireless Action: (Location TBA) Saturday Sept 14 14.00-17.00
Outdoor Wireless Action: Koopavond ZO Thursday Sept 19 18.00-21.00
Outdoor Wireless Action: (Location TBA) Saturday Sept 21 14.00-17.00
Wireless Tech Workshop Sunday Sept 15 @ Imagine IC: Antenna Building
Wireless Panel Discussion Sunday Sept 15 15.00-18.00

Several tactical implementations of wireless technology will be experimented
with during this media lab, including mobile public access-points placed in
streets during the koopavonds. There will be hands-on workshops (how to
your own antenna) and discussions about the risks (legal and otherwise) of

GenderChangers: Women and Technology
Hardware workshops Every Day 15.00 - 18.00
Basic Audio workshop Tuesday Sept 17 19.00-21.00
Digital Photography workshop Friday Sept 20 19.00-21.00

The GenderChangers Academy will present a series of workshops during the TML
aimed at providing hands-on training for women interested in media
These workshops will include sessions on recording and streaming audio and
video, on DJing and VJing, and on computer hardware and building your own PC
from parts.

Open Media Studio/Internet Radio and Homeland Connections
Every Evening 20.00-22.00

The Open Media Studio provides a free space for personal expression and
communication, using the internet as the connecting medium. Technical
from the ASCII group, RAZO (Radio Zuidoost) and various international guests
will be on hand to make broadcasts every evening. These broadcasts
operate in connection with the Internet Radio workshop being held at the
studios, which aim to connect local radio makers with their home countries.

Everyone is an Expert workshop Pt 1 Tuesday Sept 17 12.00-17.00
Everyone is an Expert workshop Pt 2 Wednesday Sept 18 12.00-17.00

Expertbase is a site for people, who are not found in any commercial or
official databases. A site for people, who are being ignored by vulgar head-
hunters and usually excluded from the labour market -- either because of
residence permit status or because of their origins, but in the last
because of their unique abilities and singular qualifications.

NINE: walk-in studio Saturday Sept 21 12.00-14.00
NINE: walk-in studio Thursday Sept 19 19.00-21.00
NINE: walk-in studio Monday Sept 16 12.00-16.00

In the last year Graham Harwood worked as artist in residence of Waag
at NINE, a storytelling tool. This is a very user-friendly version of
professional multimediaprogrammes: a basic grid of nine images offers room
personal stories build from pictures, texts, sounds and videoimages.

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Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 09:37:54 -0700
From: "up" <>
Subject: World Summit on Sustainable Development

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Date: Thu, 05 Sep 2002 01:24:06 -0400
From: Marc Lafia <>
Subject: Possibilities of a Beautiful Love

To those on the list in the San Francisco area, please come by this
Saturday, Sept 7th, the Hosfelt Gallery (address below)


3 September ­ 12 October 2002
Reception: Saturday 7 September, 3 - 5 p.m.

Possibilities of a Beautiful Love

For this exhibition, Marc Lafia explores his interest in film as a series of
frames, with each frame being the particular of an instant.  ³An instant
when taken from a film becomes something else,² says Lafia.  He uses the
1962 Michelangelo Antonioni film ³Eclipse² as source material.  Isolating
several frames from the film, he has altered, decelerated, and projected
them on separate walls.

Hosfelt Gallery is located at 430 Clementina (between Howard and Folsom) at
Fifth Street.  Hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11:00 - 5:30.  For more
information, call 415 495 5454 or visit


Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 12:28:25 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <>
Subject: CityScape film programme in Rotterdam

Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 12:14 AM
Subject: CELL presenteert CityScape=20

CELL - Initiators of Incidents - presents : 'CityScape'
a film programme about 'The Emotion of the City'
Friday September 6th & Saturday September 7th

'CityScape  The Emotion of the City': An internationally renowned =
filmmakers' selection of contemporary and historical reflection of 'the =
city and life in an urban environment'.=20

Every city has its own specific dynamic and growth and her inhabitants =
are forever adjusting and dealing with these changes in their own =
worlds. Every city dwellers' hopes, expectations and disappointments are =
shaped by the often-harsh realities of large urban environments.

CELL attempts to bring light through a series of short and feature films =
showing how these filmmakers translate their city stories through their =
work and how they capture the essence of architecture and its space in =

The centre of Rotterdam is the perfect public setting for showing these =
programmes through an open-air cinema. The daily programme begins with a =
couple of short movies, followed by a feature movie. Each presentation =
moves between the extremes in outlooks to a more autonomous vision. =20


Transfer Points 2002 - Geert Mul 2002, The Netherlands
Dutch premi=E8re of the latest piece by this internationally renowned =
video maker and artist. Recently only shown once at the Sonar Festival =
in Barcelona.=20
Red is the Colour of my Eye - Nesrine Khodr - 2000, Lebanon. Mini-dv, 23 =
About life and struggle for life in modern day Beirut. Two men guide us =
into time and space of one of Beirut's main streets. The men and the =
street share a multiplude of stories.
Les Autres c'est les Autres/The Others it's the Others - Mounir Fatmi =
1999 France, DV, 11 min.=20
A question of identity is posed in the streets of Mantes-la-Jolie and =
Paris, the answers are laconic, evasive, philosophical, tender, trivial =
and conniving. A surprise finish when an aggressive turn takes place and =
the tables are turned.
[Brott]/[Crime] - Antonie Frank 2000 Sweden, mini dvd, 3 min 32
Cops 'n robbers incident in the night shop. Petty thief is just another =
victim of the frustrating battle to fight crime. A short film about an =
individual caught up in the throes of fate.=20
Hong Kong (HKG) - Gerard Holthuis  1997 Nederland, video, z/w
Poetic view on airplanes taking off and landing at the old and now =
closed Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong. A mid air choreography, then a =
straight dive into the densely populated area of Kowloon..=20

FEATURE / 35 MM:=20
Suzhou River - Lou Ye  China 2000  83 min, colour
The river Suzhou in Shanghai is witness to a love story taking a fatal =
turn. In a restless style with the camera almost continuously seeking =
this is an image of China far from its usual tourist image.=20


The Bridge: A Celebration - Peter Greenaway  1997 The Netherlands, 11 =
In 1997, Greenaway shot the opening of the Erasmusbridge. Commissioned =
by the City of Rotterdam and designed in the spirit of Joris Ivens' =
monumental film 'The Bridge', .
Elevated Subway - Su Tomesen  2001 The Netherlands.
The Broadway Williamsburg Bridge is the setting for this above-ground =
journey by subway.
Autonomous work by young, Dutch filmmaker.
E-the-Real-Roof - Sinichi Yamamoto  Japan 1993 10 min 48, colour
A journey through one of the unhealthiest cities in this world, Tokyo. =
Shaky images of skyscrapers, buildings with scaffolding, neon lights, a =
city with permanent lack of space. Only on Sundays, when there is less =
traffic, the sky is blue. Here, people make even the weather.
Rocking Robin - Uri Urech Switzerland 1998, video, 11 min 42, b/w
Uri Urech scratches and samples black and white photographs of New York =
to a climax on the pulsating rhythms of a trumpet and drumsticks =
trashing a bucket. The life story of DJ Tommy Simms aka Rockin' Robin =

FEATURE / 35 MM:=20
The Fountainhead - King Vidor  USA 1949, 114 min, b/w
Architect Howard Roark just can't seem to adjust himself or his artistic =
ideals to the demands of reality. It's slowly destroying his life - or =
isn't it? This is known to be the most bizarre movie out of the careers =
of both King Vidor and leading man Gary Cooper.

Starting time both days:   21.00 hrs.=20
Location:                          :   Diergaardesingelplein, Centre of =
Rotterdam (behind =20
Admission                      :      FREE

CELL - Initiators of Incidents -
3000 CA  Rotterdam
T ++ 31 (0) 10 412 72 70  F  ++ 31 (0) 10 412 70 40  E  W  =


Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 23:06:12 -0400 (EDT)
From: (Ronda Hauben)
Subject: Call for Submissions "The Netizen - 1992/3 - 2002/3)

                     Call for Submission
            for upcoming issue of the Amateur Computerist
             The emergence of the netizen - 1992/1993 - 2002/2003
                   What has been the evolution?

The emergence of the netizen was formulated by Michael Hauben as part 
of the online research he was doing in 1992/1993.  He recognized that 
there were people online who considered themselves to be citizens of 
the net (net.citizen). These users were seeking to spread access for 
all to the Net. They understood the importance of the Net in
spreading human to human computer facilitated communication. These 
users recognized the need to contribute to make the Net a valuable 
resource for all.

Michael formulated the concept in an introduction to the new world 
that was being born online. (See introduction and conclusion to 
"The Net and the Netizen: The Impact the Net has on People's Lives", 
first posted in 1993, and then published in a print edition in 1997 
and also available online: ) 

Some of Michael's early research appeared on Usenet and then in the 
Amateur Computerist newsletter. His research inspired others to 
apply or develop the concept of netizen. 

It is now 10 years later. We would like to document the further 
development and application of the concept of netizen (and of 
the vision of the future of the net) that developed since
Michael's research in 1992/1993. Also we want to project into the 
future about what the emergence of the netizen can mean to the 
further development of the Internet and of our society in general.

We are seeking submissions, including articles, poems, cartoons, 
stories, plays etc. that develop or explore the concept of Netizen 
that has emerged along with the development of the Internet and 

Submissions are due Sept 30, 2002. Please write and let us know if you 
will have a submission or if you have an idea/interest/suggestion
for the upcoming issue.

Long live the netizen and netizenship.

Send submissions to

Ronda Hauben
The Amateur Computerist


Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 10:03:51 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <>
Subject: program of internet researchers conference (maastricht/nl)

The full program:

Internet Research 3.0: NET / WORK / THEORY
Maastricht, The Netherlands, October 13-16 2002

The Internet has become an integral, ubiquitous part of everyday life
in many social domains and international contexts. Yet, most of the
public attention on cyberspace remains fueled by utopian or dystopian
visions, rather than being informed by the growing body of research
on the Internet as a complex fact of modern life.

Internet Research (IR) 3.0, an international and interdisciplinary
conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (A.o.I.R.),
will feature a variety of perspectives on Internet research, in order
to develop a better theoretical and pragmatic understanding of the
Internet. Building on the previous well-attended international
conferences, the IR 3.0 will bring together prominent scholars,
researchers, and practitioners from many disciplines, fields and
countries for a program of presentations, panel discussions, and
informal exchanges.

This year's theme is Net/Work/Theory. Contributors are called to
reflect on how to theorize what we know about the Internet and on how
to apply what we know theoretically in practice. The conference will
be held for the first time in Europe, whose intellectual environments
have traditionally been a source of social and cultural theory.

IR 3.0 will be hosted by the International Institute of Infonomics in
the beautiful city of Maastricht in the Netherlands. As the city in
which one of the key treaties of the European Union was signed,
Maastricht also symbolizes a changing Europe in a changing
international setting. The conference will provide opportunities to
network, learn from other researchers, hear from leading players in
Internet development, and enjoy the "art of fine living" of
Maastricht, in the south of the Netherlands.

 ***Preliminary Program***

Sunday October 13

PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOP 1: Intellectual Property for Internet

PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOP 2: Social, Technical, and Democratic Origins
of the Internet

Monday October 14




Plenary session I


Director of Infonomics Institute Luc Soete, AoIR President Steve
Jones, Conference Coordinator Monica Murero

Keynote speaker:

Dr. Detlef Eckert, Head of Unit for Policy Planning, European

Commission, Brussels




Panel session 1

Panel 1A

Old Methodologies, New Empirical Issues on the Internet

Applying Old Media Theories to New Media: Uses & Gratifications

Jennifer Stromer-Galley, USA

Flow-Experience, the Internet and its Relationship to Situation and
Personality <abstract>

Robert Tzanetakis, AUSTRIA

Peter Vitouch, AUSTRIA

Telling Stories: Using Scenario Methodologies in Internet Research

Erika Pearson, AUSTRALIA

Improving Unit-Nonresponse Error Correction in Online Surveys Using
Multi-Dimensional Response Models <abstract>

Gerhard Lukawetz, AUSTRIA

Panel 1B

Information Societies around the World

Cultural Indexes of Information Society: The Future of the Internet
in Asia <abstract>

Brian Shoesmith, AUSTRALIA

Mark Balnaves, AUSTRALIA

Debate on the Internet in Africa: Trends, Typology, and
Characteristics <abstract>

RaphaÎl Ntambue-Tshimbulu, FRANCE

Accurately Measuring the Impact of Information Society/Revolution
Conditions upon Public Policy Decision-Making. A Comprehensive Cross-
disciplinary Research Agenda <abstract>

Adrian Petrescu, USA

Surveying the Internet: A Critical Review of the Study of Internet
Effects on Society <abstract>

Mattia Miani, ITALY

Panel 1C

September 11: The Web Response

The September 11 Collection: Archiving an Emerging Web Sphere
Diane Kresh, USA

Cassy Ammen, USA

Online Structure for Action in the September 11 Web <abstract>
Kirsten Foot, USA

Steven M. Schneider, USA

The Multidimensionality of Blog Conversations: The Virtual Enactment
of September 11 <abstract>
Sandeep Krishnamurthy, USA

The Web as News? <abstract>
Alex Halavais, USA

Panel 1D

Gendered Practices of Internet Use

Women Empowerment: Internet Perspective <abstract>

Chitra Pathak, INDIA


Participating in an Electronic Forum: The Difference Gender Makes

A. Vayreda, SPAIN

A. G·lvez, SPAIN


B. CallÈn, SPAIN

Gender and Commercialization: The Construction of User-
representations in a Changing Design Context <abstract>


Teenage Intercultural Communications Online: A Redeployment of the
Internet Activist Model <abstract>

David Gauntlett, UNITED KINGDOM


Panel 1E

Social Movements and Collective Identity on the Internet

Shaping Online Welfare Cultures: Social Movements, Identification,
and the Internet <abstract>



The Queer Sisters and Its Electronic Bulletin Board: A Study of the
Internet for Social Movement Mobilization <abstract>

Joyce Yee-man Nip, CHINA

Open Source and the Construction of Collective Identity <abstract>

Anna Maria Szczepanska, SWEDEN

Standing on the Shoulders of the Real Programmers: An Analysis of the
Use of Usenet as a Site for Computer Hacker Cultural Formation

Matthew Wysocki, USA

Panel 1F

Anticipations: The Internet in Historical and Future Perspectives

Pushers, Plumbers, and Pediatricians: The Symbolism of the Pager in
the United States - 1975 to 1995 <abstract>

Nalini Kotamraju, USA

Internet: The Real Pre-history and Its Consequences for Social Theory

Laszlo Z. Karvalics, HUNGARY

Drop-outs: A Forgotten Category of Internet Users <abstract>

Frank Thomas, FRANCE

Introducing the Wireless Information Society Research Network
(WISER.NET) Project <abstract>

Richard Smith, CANADA

Gordon A. Gow, CANADA




Panel Session 2

Panel 2A
The Digital Divide Reassessed
Bridging The Have-Not Gap <abstract>

Red Bradley, USA

Can Adopters Narrow the Digital Divide? The Case of Greece <abstract>

Nikos Leandros, GREECE

Community Access and the Digital Divide: with Maritime Subtitles

Vanda Rideout, CANADA

The Digital Divide, Individuals and Governance: Opportunities and
Challenges <abstract>

Andrew Reddick, CANADA

Panel 2B
Social Relationships on the Internet
The Internet as Inspiration, Facilitator, and Sustenance of Affective
Dyadic Relationships <abstract>

Hongmei Li, USA

James R. Beniger, USA

Social Networks of Intensive Internet Users <abstract>

Valentina Hlebec, SLOVENIA

Katja Lozar Manfreda, SLOVENIA

Vasja Vehovar, SLOVENIA

Users vs. Manipulators: Investigating Two Approaches to Internet
Activity <abstract>

Andrew Mendelson, USA

Zizi Papacharissi, USA

The Circadian Geography of Chat ? <abstract>


Panel 2C

Democracy, Activism, and Online Participation

Indymedia: Using a Technology of Abundance to Become the Media

Victor Pickard, USA

Meghan Dougherty, USA

Maria Garrido, USA

Where 'Fascist' and 'Communist' Citizens Get Together: Virtual
Deliberation in Hungarian Online Political Discussion Forums

Ildiko Kaposi, HUNGARY

The Internet as an Instrument and Platform for NGOs to Strengthen
Civil Society in Japan <abstract>

Iris Wieczorek, GERMANY

Resistance. Net. Work: Virtual Coalitions within the Anti-Government
Movement in Austria <abstract>

Heidi Weinhupl, AUSTRIA

Christa Markom, AUSTRIA

Panel 2D

Online Gaming

Multiple Pleasures: Women and Online Gaming <abstract>

T.L.Taylor, USA

To Kill or Not to Kill. Attraction of Violent Death (and Meaning of
Stats) in Online Multiplayer Computer Games <abstract>

Gitte Stald, DENMARK

If It's In The Game, It's In The Game: Or, What Makes Games Feel
Real? <abstract>

Charlie Breindahl, DENMARK

Net Play Theory: Narrative As Social Control <abstract>

Espen Aarseth, NORWAY

Panel 2E

The Psychology of Internet Use
Computer-Mediated Social Support: Where Are We And What Does The
Future Hold? <abstract>

Shelia Cotten, USA

Risky Information Search in Databases <abstract>

Michael Schulte-Mecklenbeck, SWITZERLAND

The Internet in College Social Life <abstract>

Nancy Baym, USA

Yan Bing Zhang, USA

Mei-Chen Lin, USA

Panel 2F

Internet Research as Methodological Challenge

Measuring Ether: Methodological Issues in Internet Research

Stephen Tan, CANADA

Distributed Collective Practice, Linux, and a Commitment to the
Technical <abstract>

Matt Ratto, USA

Actor-Networks and Genres Analysis of a Mailing List <abstract>

Moses Boudourides, GREECE

Dimensions of the 'Mode of As-If': Hermeneutics, Narrative, and
Virtual Communities <abstract>

Gary Burnett, USA

Panel 2G

Simulations in Internet Research:

Value and Sharing of Information, Social Facilitation, Friends and

Neighbors <abstract>

(Moderator: Sheizaf Rafaeli, ISRAEL)

The Lemonade Stand: Experimental Investigation of the Subjective
Value of Information <abstract>

Daphne R. Raban, ISRAEL

Sheizaf Rafaeli, ISRAEL

Online Auctions and Social Facilitation <abstract>

Sheizaf Rafaeli, ISRAEL


Sharing Information in Virtual Teams: Messaging, Supply Chains and
the Disintermediation Promise? <abstract>

Gilad Ravid, ISRAEL

Sheizaf Rafaeli, ISRAEL

Enhancing User Control over Online Recommendation Processes:
'Friends' vs. "Neighbors" in the "Qsia" Recommender System <abstract>

Sheizaf Rafaeli, ISRAEL

Yuval Dan Gur, ISRAEL


Free time / lunch


Panel session 3

Panel 3A

Learning from the Internet

No Magic Solutions: What Can We Learn from Recent Developments in E-
learning? <abstract>

Laia Miralles, SPAIN

Adela Ros, SPAIN

Adolescents and the Use of the Internet - Results of an Exploratory
Study in Barcelona, Spain <abstract>

Magdalena Albero-AndrËs, SPAIN

The Interconnected Youngsters: When Students Teach Us How to Use
Technology to Learn <abstract>

Jose Jesus GarcÌa Rueda, SPAIN

Fernando S·ez Vacas, SPAIN

The Internet and Learning: A Qualitative Study <abstract>

Amanda Lenhart, USA

The Epistemology of Internet Use: Implications for Teaching and
Learning <abstract>

Thomas J. Scott, USA

Michael O'Sullivan, USA

Panel 3B
The Importance Of Context Sensitivity In Doing Internet Ethnography

(Roundtable - Moderator: Annette Markham, USA)


Annette Markham, USA <abstract>

Janne Bromseth, NORWAY <abstract>

Radhika Gajjala, USA <abstract>

Panel 3C

Surveillance and Regulation on the Internet

Big Brother in Australia: Privacy and Surveillance of the Internet in
the Australian Workplace <abstract>

Monica Whitty, AUSTRALIA

Online Privacy and Consumer Protection: An Analysis of Portal Privacy
Statements <abstract>

Zizi Papacharissi, USA

Jan Ferbank, USA Online Surveillance and Commodification of Privacy

Matt Carlson, USA

John Edward Campbell, USA

The Work of Being Watched: Interactive Media and the Exploitation of
Self-Disclosure <abstract>

Mark Andrejevic, USA

Panel 3D
Art and Web: Towards an Aesthetics of Interactivity ? <abstract>
(Moderator: GeneviËve Vidal, FRANCE)
Am I an Author Too ? Or, Interactivity as a Source of Hope and
Despair on the Internet <abstract>

Annie GentËs, FRANCE

URBAN CONCERT <abstract>

Carol-Ann Braun, FRANCE

How to Get into an Artistic Site: Web Art Uses in Question <abstract>

Genevieve Vidal, FRANCE

Panel 3E
E-business: A Comparative View
E-commerce and Developing Countries: Deconstructing the Myth


E-Commerce / E-Business in the People's Republic of China <abstract>

Simona Thomas, GERMANY

Internet Regime and IT Innovation Patterns in Indonesia: A View from
The Actor-Network-Theory Perspective <abstract>

Sonny Yuliar, INDONESIA

Kusmayanto Kadiman, INDONESIA

Leonie T. Wiyati, INDONESIA

Fajar Wantah, INDONESIA

Saswinadi Sasmojo, INDONESIA

Perspectives for B2C E-Commerce in South America: Evidence from Chile

Michael Shohat, CHILE

Panel 3F

Issue-Networks on the Web: Theory, Method, Politics <abstract>

(Moderator: Richard Rogers, THE NETHERLANDS)

All Networks Aren't Equal <abstract>

Jodi Dean, USA

Introducing a Technocrat and a Democrat to the New Media, or What to
Make of the Encounter between the Experts and the Grassroots on the
Web? <abstract>

Noortje Marres, THE? NETHERLANDS

The Issue Has Left the Building - The Web, New Democratic Practice,
and the Challenges of De-territorialisation <abstract>

Richard Rogers, THE? NETHERLANDS

Panel 3G

Linguistic Practices on the Internet

Causes of Linguistic Interferences in Spanish and Catalan IRC
Sessions <abstract>

Marta Torres i Vilatarsana, SPAIN

Some Cultural and Linguistic Implications of Computer-Mediated
Greeklish <abstract>

Theodora Tseligka, UNITED KINGDOM

Web Search Engines: Information Retrieval in Less Common Languages

Ewa?Callahan, USA




Plenary session II

Keynote speaker:

Professor Dr. Robin Mansell, London School of Economics:

The Internet and the Forces of Capitalism - The Policy Challenge




Panel session 4

Panel 4A

Toward a History of the Internet

Three Histories of the Internet: A Comparative Analysis of
Information Networks Between the U.S., the U.K., and Japan <abstract>

Junghoon Kim, USA

Tomoaki Watanabe, USA

Australising the Internet; or, Theorising Cultural Histories of the
Internet <abstract>

Gerard Goggin, AUSTRALIA

International Origins of the Internet and the Emergence of the
Netizen: Is the Early Vision Still Viable? <abstract>

Ronda Hauben, USA

Panel 4B

Online Sexuality

Cybercheating: Attitudes towards Online Infidelity <abstract>

Monica Whitty, AUSTRALIA

Analysing Sexuality Web Sites: Evolution of a Procedure and Some
Findings <abstract>

Cathy Greenblat, USA

'Everything I Know about Sex I Learned from the Internet': The
Problems and Potentials of Online Sex Education <abstract>

Nicole Isaacson, USA

The Life and Loves of a She-Cyborg: The Paradox of Virtual Embodiment

Jenny SundÈn, SWEDEN

Panel 4C
The Internet in Work and Organizations
Role of ICT in Knowledge Sharing Processes in Organizations

Marieke Wenneker, THE NETHERLANDS

Martine van Selm, THE NETHERLANDS


The Role of Online Working in Combating Barriers to Employment


Internet Training in Context <abstract>


Panel 4D

Dynamics of Online Fan Communities

Consuming Vampires in Cyberspace: Online Fandom and Intellectual
Property Law <abstract>

John Campbell, USA

On-Line AIBO Discussion Forums: Talking Robotic Pets or Just Plain
Talking? <abstract>

Jennifer Hagman, USA

Batya Friedman, USA

Peter H. Kahn Jr., USA

>From Fans to FoLCs: Online Community and the Case of Kerth Awards

Amy Lauters, USA

Music, Meaning, and Digital Exchange <abstract>


Panel 4E
The Form and the Feel: Combining Approaches for the Study of Networks
on the Internet <abstract>

(Moderator: Anne Beaulieu, THE NETHERLANDS)

Mapping Discursive Networks in Controversies <abstract>


Tracing Networks of Trust in Scholars' Internet Use: Connectivity as
Ethnographic and Formal Object <abstract>



"Dynamic Networks" - Concepts and Models from Non-linear Physics and
Consequences for the Analysis of Networked Research <abstract>

Andrea Scharnhorst, THE NETHERLANDS

Panel 4F
The Internet and the New Transformation of Consciousness <abstract>
(Moderator: John Van Ness, USA)
The Promise and Peril of Human Conscious Evolution Brought on by the
Internet - Psychological and Spiritual Reflections <abstract>

John Van Ness, USA

How the Internet Is Transforming Human Consciousness through Its
Transformation of the Workplace and Business Relationships: A
Creative? Demonstration <abstract>

Peter W. Van Ness, USA

Challenges in Developing User Interfaces That Are Intuitive? for Both
Men and Women: A Creative? Demonstration <abstract>

Vickie Van Ness, USA

Panel 4G

Carl J. Couch Internet Research Award Panel <abstract>

(Moderator: Mark D. Johns, USA)



Tuesday October 15


Panel session 5

Panel 5A

Space and Time Online: Theoretical Perspectives

The Sensed Dimensions of Cyberspace - Three Modes of Spatial
Interpretation in Online Social Life <abstract>

Stine Gotved, DENMARK

>From Online to Offline and Back: Distinctions and Continuities
Between the Offline and the Online <abstract>


Internet Use and the Socio-cognitive Construction of Time <abstract>


Ideas and Metaphors of Space on the Internet ... and How These Help
or Restrict Us in Research <abstract>

Nils Zurawski, GERMANY

Panel 5B

International Contexts of Internet Use

How Do French Internet Users Search the Web? <abstract>

Houssem Assadi, FRANCE

Valerie Beaudouin, FRANCE

A Structural Analysis of the Use of Internet by Households in Four
European Towns <abstract>

Alain d'Iribarne, FRANCE

The Influence of Cultural Factors on Patterns of ICT Adoption and
Adaptation in Uzbekistan <abstract>

Beth Kolko, USA

Latin American Telecenters: The Long Road toward Empowerment


Karin Delgadillo, UNITED KINGDOM



Panel 5C

Identities Across Media

I Am Myself, Am I Not?: Construction and Presentation of Identities
in IRC <abstract>

Susana Nascimento, PORTUGAL

Designing Bodies in Cyberspace: The Blurring of the Boundaries
between Designers and Users of a 3D Sociability Platform <abstract>

Mario Guimaraes, UNITED KINGDOM

Dutch Web Radio as a Medium for Audience Interaction <abstract>

Martine van Selm, THE NETHERLANDS

Nicholas W. Jankowski, THE NETHERLANDS

BeliefNet: Commercial Enterprise or Community? <abstract>

Mark D. Johns, USA

Panel 5D

Community Online and Offline

The Social Construction and Early Shaping(s) of a

Community (Network) Database <abstract>

Christina Prell, USA

Geography and On-line Community: The Relationship between State-level
Social Capital and Emergence of Virtual Communities <abstract>

Sorin Matei, USA

Jonathan Sabella, USA

David Williams, USA

Social Network Incentives or Hope for Reciprocity as Stimuli for the
Information Transfer in Electronic Groups?? An Empirical Test of Two
Theories with the Help of Academic Internet Discussion Groups

Uwe Matzat, GERMANY

Online Communities in a 'Glocal' Context <abstract>

Christoph M¸ller, SWITZERLAND

Panel 5E

E-Government and Democratic Participation

Internet Voting: a Universal Remedy? <abstract>

Anne-Marie Oostveen, THE NETHERLANDS

Peter van den Besselaar, THE NETHERLANDS

Surfing the Net or Serving the People? Local E-Government in Fujian
and Guangdong <abstract>

Jens Damm, GERMANY

Public Spheres on the Internet - Anarchic or Government-sponsored: A
Comparison <abstract>

Jakob Linaa Jensen, DENMARK

Behind the Bits: Construction of an On-Line

Persona/Campaign/Community in a U.S. Senate Compaign <abstract>

Gretchen Haas, USA

Panel 5F
A Survey of Recent Pew Internet & American Life Project Data
(Moderator: Lee Rainie, USA)
Getting Serious Online: A Longitudinal Study <abstract>

Susannah Fox, USA

The Impact of Broadband at Home <abstract>

John Horrigan, USA

Barriers to Online Access & Use <abstract>

Amanda Lenhart, USA

The Rise of the e-Citizen: How People Use Government Agencies' Web
Sites <abstract>

Lee Rainie, USA




Panel session 6

Panel 6A

The Internet as Research Instrument: Potentials and Problems

Beyond Usability: Using the "Webpage Interview" to Explore Literary
Practices <abstract>


Health Information on the Internet: an Investigation of the
Methodological Dilemmas and Opportunities Offered by Email
Interviewing <abstract>


Gender Identity and HIV Risk: An Internet-based Study <abstract>

 Walter O. Bockting, USA

Laura Gurak, USA

Examining the Determinants of Who is Hyperlinked to Whom <abstract>


Chiung-Wen Hsu, USA

Panel 6B

Communities of Practice and Learning

Locating Possibility - Telling Stories Across Frontiers <abstract>

Sandra Semchuk, CANADA

Vince Dziekan, AUSTRALIA

Using a Journalism Course Web Site to Construct Knowledge in a
Community of Practice <abstract>

Bruce Henderson, USA

The Digital I: Psycho-social and Cultural Impact of Internet in Young
People from a Developing Country <abstract>

Jose Cabrera, COLOMBIA

Panel 6C
Copyright, Creativity, and Public Interest
A Copyright "Cold War": The Polarized Rhetorics of Peer-to-Peer File
Sharing <abstract>

John Logie, USA

CD Copy-Protection: Proprietary Stealth and the Pragmatics of Noise

 Alana Lowe-Petraske, UNITED KINGDOM

Copyright's Black Box: How Intellectual Property Aligns Creative
Networks <abstract>

 Dan L. Burk, USA

Copyright in the Web: Proposing New Paradigms for Copyright in
Digital Media <abstract>

 Benjamin Bates, USA

Panel 6D
Gender Representations on and of the Internet
Representations of Gender: New Amazones <abstract>

 Merete Lie, NORWAY

Hacking Women: How Popular Media Represent the Technologically
Proficient Woman <abstract>

 Sarah Stein, USA

Packaged Feminism/Packaged Enlightenment?: A Textual Analysis of
NikeUSA's New Women's Destination, <abstract>

Tara Kachgal, USA

Panel 6E

Productive Surveillance: Consumption, Community, and the Commercial
Exploitation of Interactivity <abstract>

(Moderator: Mark Andrejevic, USA)

Using Community to Sell: The Commodification of Community in Retail
Web Sites <abstract>

Jan Fernback, USA

The Panoptic "State" of the Web: Cutting the Cookies, Crashing the
Web <abstract>

 Greg Elmer, USA

Space: the Final Frontier for E-commerce <abstract>

 Mark Andrejevic, USA

Psychogeography and the Virtual Society of Control <abstract>

 Rob Shields, CANADA

Panel 6F

International Perspectives on a National Internet Study: The Pew
Internet Project in a Global Context <abstract>

(Roundtable - Moderator: Steve Jones, USA)


Sandra Braman, USA

Andrew Clement, CANADA

Stine Gotved, DENMARK

Phil Graham,  Australia

John Horrigan, USA



Uwe Matzat, GERMANY


Rivki Ribak, ISRAEL

Joe Turow, USA




Panel session 7

Panel 7A

Science and Technology Studies Approaches to Internet Research
(Roundtable - Moderator: John Monberg, USA)

Rob Kling, USA





John Monberg, USA

Panel 7B

E-Health: Project, Research, and Policy Interactions

(Moderator: Monica Murero, THE NETHERLANDS)<abstract>


Jonathan Kay, Oxford Internet Institute, UNITED KINGDOM <abstract>

Susannah Fox, Pew Internet & American Life Project, USA

Monica Murero, International Institute of Infonomics, THE <abstract>


Panel 7C

Interaction Management in Listservs and Email

Managing Face and Conflict in Cyberspace: The Discourse Dynamics of a
Discussion Group <abstract>

Ibolya Maricic, SWEDEN

Politeness Accommodation in Electronic Mail, or: Up to what is Dr.
Aitken? <abstract>

Ulla Bunz, USA

Scott Campbell, USA

How Useful Are Online Community Guidelines? - A Case Study of Two Fan
Communities <abstract>

Elizabeth Longmate, UNITED KINGDOM


Panel 7D
Local and Regional Politics of the Internet
Information Society Development in Yugoslavia <abstract>

Smiljana Antonijevic, YUGOSLAVIA

Political Space, the Internet, and Croatia: The Use of New Media in
Anti-hegemonic Politics in Croatia in the 1990s <abstract>

Marcus Leaning, UNITED KINGDOM

Inga Tomic-Koludrovic, UNITED KINGDOM


Internet, Democracy, and Politics In Ghana <abstract>

Eric Osiakwan, GHANA

Orbiting Orba: Internet & Identity Politics in Indonesia <abstract>

Merlyna Lim, INDONESIA

Panel 7E

Aesthetic Forms of Interactivity

Digital Storytelling (CREATIVE PRESENTATION) <abstract>

Edward Lenert, USA

"Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind:" A Case Study in Interactive
Narrative <abstract>

Ira Nayman, USA

Videoecriture: Interactive Video Vernaculars <abstract>

 Adrian Miles, NORWAY

A Virtual World Aesthetics: Theorising Multi-user Textuality

 Lisbeth Klastrup, DENMARK

Panel 7F
The Future of Feminist Internet Studies <abstract>
(Roundtable - Moderator: Mia Consalvo, USA)

Mia Consalvo, USA

Radhika Gajjala, USA


Susanna Paasonen, FINLAND

Karen Riggs, USA

Panel 7G
Religion Online
Religious Identity Online: The Case of the Greek Orthodox Church

Katerina Diamandaki, GREECE

Dionysis Panos, GREECE

Nikos Demertzis, GREECE

Religion and Meaning in the Digital Age: Field Research on
Internet/Web Religion <abstract>

Stewart Hoover, USA


Free time / lunch


Plenary session III

Keynote speaker:

Professor Dr. William H. Dutton, Director, Oxford Internet Institute:

An Internet Research Bubble?




Panel session 8

Panel 8A

Economic Structures? and Consequences of the Internet

>From "Cyber City" to "Silicon Harbor": the Internet Industry and the
Reconfiguration of Urban Spaces <abstract>

 Gina Neff, USA

When The NET Doesn't WORK: The Case of Enron <abstract>

Hamid Ekbia, USA

Rob Kling, USA

Internet Antique Auctions: Antique Dealers and Collectors as
Information Specialists <abstract>

 Daniel D. Meir, ISRAEL

Towards a Sociological Understanding of the Motivations for Value
Production on the Internet <abstract>

Hector Postigo, USA

Panel 8B
Cultural Variations of Internet Use
Social Challenges of Internet to Japanese Society <abstract>

 Jane Bachnik, JAPAN

Learning to use ICTs in a Gulf Arab Context <abstract>


The Cybersword Cuts Both Ways: A Case Study and Theoretical Framework
for Looking at Appropriation and Diffusion of Native Technologies
through the Internet <abstract>

Constance E. Kampf, USA

The Internet and National Higher Education Policy in Germany and the
United States: Negotiating the Public Good and Global Markets
Doreen Starke-Meyerring, USA

Panel 8C

Alice in CyberLand and 'Through the Looking Glass': Theory and
Research about Online and Offline Realities in Playing, Pairing, and
Power <abstract>

(Moderator: Andrea J. Baker, USA)

How Did They Get 'There'? Perception and Metaphor in the Analysis of
Virtual Cues and Construction of Real Bodies <abstract>


The Heart Has Its Reasons: A Comparison of the Development of Online
and Offline Romantic Relationships <abstract>

Robert E. Rosenwein, USA

Elisa Wiherin, USA

Intimate Bonding Through Online Communities and Email Lists: Just
Like Real Life? <abstract>

Andrea J. Baker, USA

Governance, Elites, and the Online/Offline Divide <abstract>


Panel 8D
Analyzing Personal WebSites
Private Domains in the Public Domain: The Synthetic
Institutionalization of Personal Web Space <abstract>

John Killoran, USA

The Design and Reception of Personal Websites: An Anthropological
Perspective <abstract>

Valerie Beaudouin, FRANCE

Christian Licoppe, FRANCE

Panel 8E
The Internet & Elections: Cross-National Comparisons <abstract>
(Moderator: Randy Kluver, SINGAPORE)
Candidate Web Presence and Strategies in the 2002 U.S. Elections

Steven M. Schneider, USA

Kirsten A. Foot, USA

Types of Communication on Political Party Websites During the 2002
Dutch National Elections <abstract>


Nicholas Jankowski, THE NETHERLANDS

Political Strategy and ICTs Combined: Japanese National Elections
2000-2001 <abstract>

Leslie Tkach, JAPAN

Internet Campaign Strategies in the 2001 Singapore General Election:
Party Mobilization and Political Discourse in an Authoritarian
Democracy <abstract>

Randy Kluver, SINGAPORE

Panel 8F

Categorization and Organization of Electronic Written Interaction

(Moderator: Julia Velkovska, FRANCE)

Categorization and the Cooperative Definition of Activity Types

Hillary Bays, FRANCE

Defining Situations and Types of Relationships on a Mailing List
Julia Velkovska, FRANCE
Categorization as an Argumentative Resource in On-line Political
Debate <abstract>
Michel Marcoccia, FRANCE

Panel 8G

The Impact of ICTs on Research Practice

The Influence of New Media Technologies on Academic Research
Paradigms <abstract>

Irene Berkowitz, USA

How the Content of Research May Be Affected in the Age of
Cyberscience <abstract>

Michael Nentwich, AUSTRIA

Virtual Scholarly Networks & New Challenges for Knowledge Production

Christiana Freitas, UNITED KINGDOM

Studying Scientific Communication through the Internet: A Theoretical
Framework <abstract>

Eleftheria Vasileiadou, GREECE

Computer Mediated Science <abstract>

Gaston Heimerik, THE NETHERLANDS




General Assembly of the Association of Internet Researchers


Conference dinner

Wednesday October 16


Panel session 9

Panel 9A
Code and Control: Technical and Social Issues
The Internet and Web as Code, Content, and Control <abstract>

James R. Beniger, USA

Pauline Hope Cheong, USA

Internet Policy From Below: Toward Grounded Regulation <abstract>

 Christian Sandvig, USA

Shaping the Development of Information Technologies to Meet Societal
Concerns <abstract>

Rajiv C. Shah, USA

Jay P. Kesan, USA

The Impact of 9-11 on Regulation of the Internet <abstract>

Sandra Braman, USA

Panel 9B
Internet in China: Headache for the Government
(Moderator: Randy Kluver, SINGAPORE)
Controlling Narrative Space: Four Chinese Internet Case Studies


Brian Shoesmith, AUSTRALIA

Communicating Styles: Balancing Specifity and Diffuseness in
Developing China's Internet Regulations <abstract>

 Ian Gregory Weber, SINGAPORE

Panoptic Internet Control in China <abstract>
Chinese Hacktivism <abstract>

Jeroen de Kloet, THE NETHERLANDS

Panel 9C

Evaluating Online Education

Social and Technical Constraints on Electronic Courseware <abstract>

Pauline Hope Cheong, USA

Namkee Park, USA

William H. Dutton, UNITED KINGDOM

Web Mining in Education: Using Students' Log Files as an Indicator of
On-Line Learning and as a Tool for Improving On-Line Teaching

Gilad Ravid, , ISRAEL

Edna Yaffe, ISRAEL

Edna Tal, ISRAEL

Surveying Target Audiences Makes the Difference: Best Practices in
Designing Internet Based Continuing Medical Education Programs in
Underserved Areas <abstract>

Christine L. Pistella, USA

Senol Duman, USA

Adrian S. Petrescu, USA

Pinar Ipek, USA

Edward Born, USA

Linda J. Kanzleiter, USA

How University Students View Online Study: A PCP Perspective


Panel 9D

Magic, Ritual, Performance: Work, Play, Religious Praxis, and Digital
Technologies <abstract>

(Moderator: Brenda Danet, USA / ISRAEL)

Mastering the Digital Image: New Technologies, Professional
Performance, Magical Instruments <abstract>

Paul Frosh, ISRAEL

Play, Art, and Ritual on IRC <abstract>

Brenda Danet, USA / ISRAEL

Mundane Religion, Sublime Technology: Performativity of the Digitally
Communicated Word in Jewish Law <abstract>

Menahem Blondheim, ISRAEL

Panel 9E

Online Health Information: Availability, Accessibility, and Use

Retrieving and Evaluating Health Information on the Internet

Janet Morahan-Martin, USA

Colleen D. Anderson, USA

Online Health Information-seeking Behavior among Low-income Internet
Users <abstract>

David Laflamme, USA

Attempting To Bridge The Digital Divide For Breast Cancer Patients

Suzanne Pingree, USA

Robert Hawkins, USA

David H. Gustafson, USA

Karen Julesberg, USA

Fiona McTavish, USA

William Stengle, USA

Panel 9F

Meet the Editors: A Roundtable

(Moderator: Ulla Bunz, Rutgers University, USA)


Michel Menou, City University of London:

International Journal of Information Management (editorial board)

Ron Rice, Rutgers University:

Management Communication Quarterly (editorial board)

Leslie Shade, University of Ottawa:

Computers & Society (Editor)

Rob Kling, Indiana University:

Information Society (Editor-in-Chief)

Miriam Lips, Tilburg University

Information Policy (editorial board)




Panel session 10

Panel 10A
Contesting the Future of the Internet
Privatization of the Internet's Backbone Network <abstract>

Rajiv C. Shah, USA

Jay P. Kesan, USA

Network Enclosure and the Re-embedding of Empire: Regional
Integration, The Internet, and Communication Technologies <abstract>

 Christopher Bodnar, CANADA

Bordering on Insanity? The Challenge of National Borders for Global
Network Policy <abstract>

 Matthew Allen, AUSTRALIA

Bordering the Net: The State's Interventions in Cyberia <abstract>

Tim Luke, USA

Digital Skins: Consuming and Producing Internet Bodies <abstract>

Donald Snyder, USA

Panel 10B

Digital Divides in China

Internet and Digital Divide in China <abstract>
Karsten Giese, GERMANY
The Digital Divide of Internet Use in China <abstract>

 Eric Harwit, USA

Rethinking Linguistic Relativism and Cultural Imperialism: A Study of
the Impacts of the Use of English on Chinese Websites <abstract>

 Yan Tian, USA

Digital Divide and China's Possible Solution <abstract>

Junhua Zhang, GERMANY

Panel 10C

Perceptions and Practices of Internet Privacy

Attitudes Toward Internet Privacy: Slovenian Internet Users' View

Matej Kovacic, SLOVENIOA

Vasja Vehovar, SLOVENIA

Shifting Articulations of Internet Privacy in the United States

Karen Gustafson, USA

Restricted Privacy: Information Privacy as a Culture-specific
Construct <abstract>

Rivka Ribak, ISRAEL

Internet Code of Ethics in Norway <abstract>

Elisabeth Staksrud, NORWAY

Privacy Perceptions and Online Practices <abstract>

Ana Viseu, CANADA

Andrew Clement, CANADA

Jane Aspinall, CANADA

Panel 10D

Texts in Digital Contexts

Text in the Fast Lane <abstract>

 Naomi Baron, USA

Mobile Text Messaging and Home Flexibilis <abstract>

Ylva HÂrd af Segerstad, SWEDEN

"It's Just Easier to Text. Really": Young People and New
Communication in the UK and the US <abstract>


Nalini Kotamraju, USA

Panel 10E

Reconceptualizing Patients and Therapists on the Internet

Internet as an Intermediary in the Transformation of the Patient Role

Ulrika Josefsson, SWEDEN

Patient Organizations as Users and Designers of the World Wide Web

Nelly Oudshoorn, THE NETHERLANDS


Internet Visions and Realities: The Case of Consumer Health
Information <abstract>





Qualtitative Interviewing with International Mental Health
Practitioners via the Internet <abstract>


Panel 10F

Reflecting on the Field: The State of Internet Research and Dialogue

Decolonizing Internet Research: Exploring International Approaches to
Cyberculture <abstract>

Maria Garrido, USA

David Silver, USA

AoIR in Context: An Analysis of Usenet Reaction to the Association of
Internet Researchers <abstract>

Jeremy Hunsinger, USA

Reflexivity in Internet Discussions <abstract>

Alexandra Petrova, ROMANIA




Panel session 11

Panel 11A

Designing Interactive Technologies

>From Architecture to Interacture: Virtual World Design Based on
Social Interaction Studies <abstract>

 Mikael Jakobsson, SWEDEN

The Metastructural Dynamics of Interactive Electronic Design

 Patricia Search, USA

Knowledge Practice, Software Engineering, and Hacker Culture


Panel 11B
Improvising the Internet <abstract>
(Moderator: Øyvind Thomassen, NORWAY)
Constructors and Reconstructors of the History of Internet <abstract>

 Øyvind Thomassen, NORWAY

Reality vs. Linearity in Creating the Norwegian Internet <abstract>

 Unn Kristin Daling, NORWAY

The Epistemic Cultures of Hackers, Snowboarders and Jazz Performers

 Trond Arne Undheim, NORWAY

Panel 11C

Virtual Identity Workshops: Constructing Multiple Identities via CMC
in China

(Moderator: Karsten Giese, GERMANY)

Who Provides What for Whom? <abstract>

 Britta Uihlein, GERMANY

Conceptualizing Methodology and Data Analysis on Observing BBS in
Chinese Internet <abstract>

Ching-Ching Pan, GERMANY

Virtual Identities in Chinese BBS <abstract>

Karsten Giese, GERMANY

Communicating the Uncommunicatable <abstract>


Panel 11D

The Aesthetics of Digital Space and Physical Space

Physical Web Interfaces (CREATIVE PRESENTATION) <abstract>
Jonah Brucker-Cohen, IRELAND
The Cyber-Geographic Image: Pictorial Representation in the
Visualization of Landscape and Urban Space in Web-Served
Computer-Mediated Communications <abstract>

Troels Degn Johansson, DENMARK

Mutual Assured Deconstruction - An Exploration of the Nature and
Quality of Computer-Mediated Telepresence <abstract>

Michael Arnold-Mages, USA

Mediacy - Exploring Hypertextuality <abstract>

Johan Elmfeldt, SWEDEN

Panel 11E

Everyday Meanings of the Internet

The Internet and the Lifeworld: Competing Meanings of a New Medium

Maria Bakardjieva, CANADA

Everyday Internet Experiences: A 'Neighbourhood Ethnography' of
Public versus Domestic Access to On-line Services <abstract>

Andrew Clement, CANADA

Jane Aspinall, CANADA

Ana Viseu, CANADA

Leslie Shade, CANADA

Digital Overflow: Negotiating the Demands of the Workplace Using the
Internet at Home <abstract>


Blogs and the 'Social Weather' <abstract>

Alexander Halavais, USA

Panel 11F
Research Gaps in the Field: Imagining Future Directions <abstract>
(Roundtable - Moderator: David Silver, USA)

Brenda Danet, ISRAEL

Steve Jones, USA

Tim Jordan, UK

Rajiv Shah, USA

David Silver, USA

Michele White, USA

Nils Zurawski, GERMANY

Panel 11G

Ethical Decision-making and Internet Research:

The AoIR Ethics Working Committee's Recommendations <abstract>

(Roundtable - Moderator: Charles Ess, USA)


Free time / lunch


Plenary session IV

Keynote speaker:

Professor Dr. Cees J. Hamelink, University of Amsterdam



End of conference


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