Internet Research: Volume 4 Issue 4


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Adaptive computing and the internet: One step forward, two steps back?

Joseph J. Lazzaro

Advances in adaptive computing technology provide opportunities forpeople with disabilities to access information and participate insociety. But some networking tools…

Notes from the grassroots: online lobbying in Canada

Shawn W. Yerxa, Marita Moll

The Public Advisory Council on Information Highway Policy (PACIHP)project is discussed in terms of activities, difficulties, successes,impact, motivations, and background…

Wired Warp and Woof: An Ethnographic Study of a Networking Class

Mary Lynn Rice‐Lively

This paper describes an ethnographic study of the electronic communityformed during an intensive summer school seminar on networking. Theseminar, conducted in a mostly…

Use and Users of a Congressman′s Network Information Services

Steven R. Corman

A growing movement toward public access to the federal government viathe Internet has created increased interest in establishing networkcommunications and information…

Civic networking in the United States: A report by Columbia University students

R. Kathleen Molz

During the 1994 spring semester, twelve students, enrolled in ColumbiaUniversity′s graduate program in public policy and administration andexplored the new phenomenon of…

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