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Alex Pang : The End of Cyberspace

1 Commenter le paragraphe 1 0 Alex Soojung-Kim Pang se présente ainsi : « I’m an historian of science / futurist of science, an academic / strategist, and other hybrids. I run a consulting company in Silicon Valley, California, and am an Associate Fellow at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School. I’m the author of Empire and the Sun: Victorian Solar Eclipse Expeditions (Stanford University Press, 2002), and a forthcoming book on the rise and fall of cyberspace.

2 Commenter le paragraphe 2 1 Previously I studied history and sociology of science at the University of Pennsylvania; was a postdoc at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley; taught at Williams College and UC, Davis; and worked at Encyclopaedia Britannica and the Institute for the Future. »

3 Commenter le paragraphe 3 3 Son blog le plus connu est Relevant history : http://askpang.typepad.com/relevant_history/ et voici son blog sur la fin du cyberespace : http://www.endofcyberspace.com/ (mentionné par N. en commentaire de Fondation)

4 Commenter le paragraphe 4 0 Voici sa liste de bookmarks tagués cyberspace :

Washington, D.C., To Get Massive ‘Cyber Shock’ in Mock Cyber-Attack (07/05/2010 04:17)
« Familiar faces from the federal government will be tested Tuesday, Feb. 16, to see how well Washington, D.C., would handle a cyber-crisis. Pass or fail, their performance will be seen by spectators — and then broadcast on CNN for the world to see. The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), a nonprofit that develops multiparty solutions in public policy, will host Cyber Shockwave, a simulated cyber-attack on the United States, during an exercise at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, D.C. »
Western Frontier or Feudal Society?: Metaphors and Perceptions of Cyberspace by Alfred Chueh-Chin Yen (10/15/2008 10:05)
« The Article examines how metaphors influence perceptions of cyberspace. Among other things, the Article studies the comparison of cyberspace to the American western frontier and the metaphor’s construction cyberspace as a « place » whose natural characteristics guarantee freedom and opportunity. This supports an often-made claim that cyberspace is different from real space, and that government should generally refrain from regulating the Internet. »
Kathleen K. Olson: Home page (05/05/2008 12:15)
« Most of my research focuses on the conflicts that arise between First Amendment values and other important constitutional principles such as intellectual property rights. »
Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies (01/27/2008 10:45)
« Convergence invites papers on multimedia, gender and technology, satellite and cable, control and censorship, copyright, electronic publishing, the internet, media policy, interactivity, education and new media technologies, screen interfaces… »
Michele White (11/25/2007 11:51)
Michele White’s next book, Elements of the Internet, « shows how the Internet is rendered through visual and textual representations of entering, going, aliveness and liveness, and space. »
Kazunori Ishiguro, « International Copyright Infringements In Cyberspace: A Conflict-of-laws Analysis, » Internet Law and Policy Forum – Events (11/12/2007 02:04)
« People tend to say, especially since the beginning of the commercial use of the Internet, that legal problems in cyberspace are quite different from those in the real world. » But are they really?
From Cyber Space to Cybernetic Space: Rethinking the Relationship between Real and Virtual Spaces (11/12/2007 01:41)
« The interaction between real and virtual spaces can be reconceptualized by mobilizing the notion of cybernetic space to signify the relationship between spaces, culture and identity in the synthetic space we tend to live in. »
Audrey Kurth Cronin, « Cyber-Mobilization: The New Levée en Masse, « PARAMETERS, US Army War College Quarterly – Summer 2006 (11/12/2007 01:17)
The « most important » change n the character of military power « is the 21st century’s levée en masse, a mass networked mobilization that emerges from cyberspace with a direct impact on physical reality. »
Cyberspace warfare remains serious business (11/12/2007 12:27)
« With technology evolving so quickly, cyberspace is probably the only warfighting domain in which we have pure competitors. »
Speeches : Cyberspace as a Domain In which the Air Force Flies and Fights (11/12/2007 12:25)
What we are seeing is that the Cyberspace Domain contains the same seeds for Criminal, Pirate, Transnational, and Government-Sponsored mischief as we have contended with in the Domains of Land, Sea, Air, and now contemplate as Space continues to mature.
Fighting in cyberspace means cyber domain dominance (11/12/2007 12:21)
« [T]he Air Force has had to develop a more concrete idea of what it means to fly and fight in cyberspace. « 
Cyber Warriors (10/29/07) — www.GovernmentExecutive.com (11/12/2007 12:14)
Deep in the heart of cyberspace, something new called a Network Warfare and Ops Squadron fights battles 24/7 from a building in a nondescript office park here at Lackland Air Force Base.
Cyberspace lecture grasps audience – News (11/12/2007 12:08)
« The twentieth century was the age of air power but the twenty-first century is the age of cyber warfare. »
Col David T. Fahrenkrug, Cyberspace Defined (11/12/2007 12:02)
The Air Force defines cyberspace « as a domain characterized by the use of electronics and the electromagnetic spectrum to store, modify, and exchange data via networked systems…. cyberspace is a very real, physical domain. »
GameChangers » Blog Archive » TRON Story (11/10/2007 11:50)
« So what was it like to work on TRON? It was intense. It was focused. It was chaotic. It was tremendous fun, and terribly difficult, and wildly energetic. And ultimately, it was like the greatest improvised performance ever. »
CULTIVATING SOCIETY’S CIVIC INTELLIGENCE: PATTERNS FOR A NEW ‘WORLD BRAIN’ (01/22/2007 09:22)
« This essay discusses six aspects of ‘civic intelligence’ (orientation, organization, engagement, intelligence, products and projects, and resources) as well as ways to make cultivating our ‘civic intelligence’ a practical – non-utopian – enterprise. »
Mihaela Kelemen, Warren Smith, "Community and its 'virtual' promises," Information, Communication & Society 4:3 (2001) [sub req] (01/22/2007 09:08)
The paper examines and critiques some of the libertarian rhetoric surrounding the ‘virtual community’. In so doing, it argues that cyberlibertarians have misunderstood what community is by placing too much emphasis on a disembodied individual.
Taylor & Francis Group – Article (01/22/2007 09:04)
« Much rhetoric has been expended in ‘reading off’ idealized ‘online’ worlds into probable ‘off-line’ worlds: the ‘death of geography’ is a case in point. The case is made » in this article « in favour of a co-construction of the ‘off-‘ and ‘online’ worlds. »
Paul Adams, « Cyberspace and Virtual Places, » Geographical Review 87:2 (1997) [PDF– subscription req] (11/27/2006 12:15)
Computer networks are described using « three broad metaphorical themes: virtual architecture, electronic frontier, and cyberspace. These metaphors encourage control, surveillance, and capitalist expansion through computer technologies. »
Civic Space/Cyberspace – The MIT Press (10/05/2006 12:58)
« In Civic Space/Cyberspace, Redmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain assess the current condition and direction of the American public library. »
Fred Turner – From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and the Rise of Digital Utopianism – – New York Times (09/28/2006 01:40)
Long review of Fred Turner’s “From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and the Rise of Digital Utopianism”.
Professor Stephen D.N. Graham (07/20/2006 11:59)
Review of « Law, Economics and Cyberspace The Effects of Cyberspace on the Economic Analysis of Law » (06/28/2006 11:39)
Does the “pre-internet” economic analysis of the law still apply in the age of Cyberspace?
SSRN-Law and Economics in Cyberspace by Niva Elkin-Koren, Eli Salzberger (06/28/2006 10:57)
« The paper is intended to provide a preliminary and tentative look at the challenges posed by Cyberspace to the project of the economic analysis of law. »
From Laws for Cyberspace to Cyber Laws (literally) (06/28/2006 10:53)
« The following discussion introduces the dialectical transition from the “code is law” concept to an active “law is code” software application. It advocates the redevelopment of network protocols into reflections of contemporary legal systems as a
Vincent Mosco (06/28/2006 10:44)
Author of The Digital Sublime: Myth, Power, and Cyberspace (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005).
Learning to be a Citizen of Cyberspace (1998) (06/28/2006 10:37)
« This paper addresses the need to focus on the content of education in cyberspace and, specifically, about teaching people to be citizens, not just consumers, in this new arena. »
Jihad 2.0 (Atlantic Monthly, July/August 2006) (06/15/2006 12:03)
With the loss of training camps in Afghanistan, terrorists have turned to the Internet to find and train recruits. The story of one pioneer of this effort—the enigmatic “Irhabi 007”—shows how.
Micronations.Net (06/09/2006 10:15)
« Welcome to the Micronational World. »
J. LeRoy’s Evolving Web: The winds of Yes/And, The rudder of Either/Or (06/09/2006 10:13)
« As we create the social software environment that will end up governing the early 21st century, we need to think of how our tools are used. What elements of them reward Either/Or, which reward Yes/and and are these tools balanced? »
Symposium: Theories and Metaphors of Cyberspace (05/21/2006 11:36)
Web site for 1996 conference on cyberspace. « The objective is to better understand the implications of the present explosive growth in global computer networks, like the Internet or the World-Wide Web. »
cyberwar, cyberspace, cyber security, virus response, hoaxes, identity theft (05/21/2006 11:34)
Online bibliography of things related to cyberspace, maintained by the Air Force Cyberspace and Information Operations Study Center.
Futurist Alex Pang to give talk on ‘End of Cyberspace’ (04/18/2006 08:42)
Cyberspace– now you see it, now you don’t!
Websnark: Put another way, calling an e-mail server a « digital courier » doesn’t change the nature of e-mail — it just confuses people. Which may be the point. Damn, my titles are getting long. (04/16/2006 11:20)
« The digital lifestyle is already here. And we have a word…. Online. »
HobbyPrincess: What is a thinglink? (04/16/2006 10:48)
« A thinglink is a free unique identifier that anybody can use for making the finding and recommendation of particular things easier in the Internet. »
Sociology of Cyberspace (04/16/2006 09:05)
TechnoTaste » ‘Hackers’ and John Perry Barlow (04/06/2006 10:12)
« I think Barlow brings the ‘anarchists’ and the ‘hackers’ out of the woodword – they glomb on to his rhetoric about freedom and regulation on the Internet. »
Public Life in the Era of Communicative Abundance (Canadian Journal of Communication – Vol. 24, No. 2 (1999)) (04/04/2006 11:28)
« Modern communications media since the invention of the printing press have been dominated by images of scarcity. In contrast, the emergence of a new galaxy of communications… is now stimulating the growth of images of abundance which, it is argued, is
John Perry Barlow, « Is Cyberspace still anti-sovereign? » California Magazine (March/April 2006) (04/04/2006 10:24)
« [A] decade later, [« A Declaration of Rights in Cyberspace » still] feels both impetuous and important. Serious questions remain. Was it accurate? Is Cyberspace naturally anti-sovereign? If so, is that a good thing? »
research.techkwondo.com: blogjects (03/20/2006 12:38)
Julian Bleeker’s research blog on blogjects– objects that « connect to the network and participate in the web. »
Dr. K: The End of « The Blogosphere » (03/17/2006 01:45)
« [W]hen talking about « CyberSpace » lets talk of CyberSpace and all the different « Spaces » within in it – otherwise we might be using words that place imaginary bounded spatial metaphors on a potentially infinite space. »
CNI Podcast with David Seaman (Endless Hybrids) (03/14/2006 10:37)
« [R]ather than continuing to massively digitize collections, as much effort needs to be put into making that digitized content more useful. »
The Malleability of Content (Endless Hybrids) (03/14/2006 10:34)
« [M]alleable content is one of the hallmarks of the traditional library. »
Cyberspace to Web 2.0: From Erasure to Emergent Classification (03/12/2006 11:52)
« The shift from pre-Web 2.0 (cyberspace seems like an appropriate term for this idealistic period) to what we now call Web 2.0 is essentially a shift from a philosophy of erasure to a philosophy of classification. »
History Meets State of the Art (University Business, Oct 2002) (03/06/2006 11:48)
« [T]he prediction that libraries would one day disappear, with remote access to electronic materials making books—and the libraries that held them—obsolete, hasn’t come to fruition. »
Virtual China weblog (03/02/2006 01:37)
« Virtual China is an exploration of virtual experiences and environments in and about China. »
The Great Escape (02/28/2006 11:34)
March 2006 Wired article on Mazzina, an immersive game in which players try to escape from a high-tech prison.
Cultural Transition and Spiritual Transformation: From Alexander the Great to Cyberspace (02/23/2006 02:18)
« Is the sudden, mysterious, numinous attraction of cyberspace an indication that therein lies the embryonic form of the new conscious dominant? »
Libraries as places to linger and mingle | csmonitor.com (02/23/2006 02:17)
« [I]f the shift from physical to digital books is so inevitable, then why did public libraries break attendance records last year?… Is a library really just a collection of books? »
Ghost Of Christmas Future Taunts Children With Visions Of PlayStation 5 (02/23/2006 02:15)
« They always ask if you can play it on the Internet—it’s so cute how they still call it ‘the Internet’… »
First Monday February 2006 (02/23/2006 02:13)
A special issue on the impact of Johnson and Post’s « Law and Borders: The Rise of Law in Cyberspace. »
Architecture and the Internet (02/23/2006 01:34)
Using architectural case studies, this article « explores the possibility of organizing Cyberspace into spatial settings that not only afford social interaction, but, like physical places, also embody and express cultural values. »
Eugene Gorny. Dynamics of Creativity in Russian Cyberculture (02/23/2006 01:32)
2003 article on « the dynamic aspect of [Russian] social and individual creativity in » cyberspace.
The Great Debate — Law in the Virtual World (02/23/2006 01:29)
On the use of the concept of cyberspace as a separate place, and potentially a separate legal entity or soverign state.
Marshall McLuhan Meets William Gibson in « Cyberspace » (02/23/2006 01:27)
« [W]e talk about this ethereal « cyberspace » daily and claim to communicate with our friends, family and co-workers there. Why, given the lack of a firm definition of « cyberspace », do we frequently claim to interact there? »
Mixed-Reality Party In DC and Second Life (02/16/2006 01:12)
« This may be weird now, but get used to it. The future is the virtual overlaid on the real, and vice-versa. The lines are blurring. In twenty years, maybe even ten, it will be considered quaint and old-fashioned to make a distinction between the two. »
Cyberspace is dead – Long live the « Title of the next William Gibson novel » – Topic Powered by Groupee Community (02/14/2006 10:58)
In « the Danish business newspaper Børsen… William Gibson [is quoted] in an article about the term « cyberspace » has passed its expiration date. »
What kind of space is cyberspace? (02/13/2006 10:51)
With the advent and growth of electronic communication, the word « cyberspace » has entered into everyday parlance. But what does this word signify?
Swarming Media: New Words for Old Media (01/29/2006 02:33)
Keyword analysis of new media worlds in the New York Times, 1996-2005. «  »Portal, » « cyberspace, » and « home page » have all significantly decreased in frequency while « blog » and « blogger » (and their variations) have dramatically grown. »
Andy Clark Papers Online (01/26/2006 12:23)
Clark is author of the brilliant « Natural-Born Cyborgs. » Many PDFs available here.
New names for “Cyberspace” – another suggestion (01/25/2006 07:35)
« [T]he mythical place called “cyberspace” is now a natural part of our lives. » Suggests “World 3” or “the third world“ as alternates.
« Cyberspace » is Dead (01/24/2006 04:52)
« [D]oesn’t cyberspace sound kind of played out? Clearly, we need a better word. The Institute for the Future asked a virtual roundtable of leading thinkers to coin a term for our new new reality. Here’s what they came up with. »
Albert Benschop, Peculiarities of Cyberspace: Building Blocks for an Internet Sociology (01/20/2006 04:41)
« The virtual reality which has developed in and through the Internet is a peculiar phenomenon. These peculiarities of cyberspace are the subject of the sociological explorations in this electronic book. »
J. LeRoy: Space is a Place (01/18/2006 04:16)
« Where Cyberspace has « died » is where it has either been diffused past the point of concrete definition or has been incorporated so much into other aspects of life as to be indistinguishable from it. »
The Library as Place: Changes in Learning Patterns, Collections, Technology, and Use (01/15/2006 08:47)
The future academic library « must flexibly accommodate evolving information technologies and their usage as well as become a “laboratory” for new ways of teaching and learning. »
Library as Place: Rethinking Roles, Rethinking Space (01/15/2006 08:46)
« What is the role of a library when it no longer needs to be a warehouse of books and when users can obtain information without setting foot in its doors? »
Libraries at the end of cyberspace (01/15/2006 07:38)
« [T]he library may simply become not a place but simply part of the world that exists around them, resources and services available digitally that they take for granted, that they simply expect to exist and access as needed. »
Department of Architecture -Dr. Marc Aurel Schnabel (01/14/2006 12:25)
Works on intersection of augmented reality, virtual environments, and architecture.
Review of Richard Coyne, Designing Information Technology in the Postmodern Age (01/14/2006 12:21)
« The author then examines the Cartesian spaces of virtual reality, cyberspace as immersive 3-D environments, and reinterprets it in the light of Heidegger’s ontology–the difference between being « in » a world in a metaphorical sense, versus Heidegger’s un
Netizens: On the History and Impact of the Net (01/14/2006 12:11)
 » ‘Netbook, Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet’… presents the history and impact of various aspects of the Net: the Internet, ARPANET, Usenet, etc. »
A Critique of “A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace” (01/13/2006 09:03)
« Barlow’s “Declaration” contains a dormant intellectual malignancy that could grease the path to universal tyranny. That malignancy lies in expressions of political universalism, a recurring utopian urge that has only produced misery. »
Steve Mizrach, « Lost in Cyberspace: Cultural geography of cyberspace » (01/13/2006 08:24)
« People working in the anthropology of space and cultural geography have « fertile territory » to survey in cyberspace. Unlike so many other landscapes, this is one which is being built right before their eyes. »
A Separate Jurisdiction For Cyberspace: Oberding & Norderhaug (01/13/2006 08:23)
« This article analyzes whether the technical characteristics of the Internet should create a separate legal jurisdiction, and if a separate jurisdiction would be beneficial to the Internet. »
The Future Does Not Compute (01/13/2006 08:13)
« [T]he intelligent machine gathers its menacing powers from hidden places within you and me… as we gaze into our screens and tap on our keyboards while less than fully conscious of the subtle influences passing through the interface. »
John Perry Barlow’s Accra Manifesto (2002) (01/13/2006 07:23)
« Cyberspace is not a place. It is a dialog of cultures. »
Wired 4.06: Declaring Independence (01/13/2006 07:19)
John Perry Barlow replies to critics of « Declaration of Independence in Cyberspace. »
Belinda Hill, « Metaphors of Electronic Communication » (01/13/2006 07:19)
« How has « cyberspace », a word used for a place that is entirely created by technology, become so real that we can see it being discussed as a physical space? »
bell hooks & John Perry Barlow (01/13/2006 07:18)
A conversation.
Cybersociology – Academic Research of the Internet and Life Online (01/13/2006 07:12)
« Cybersociology Magazine is a forum for the discussion of the social scientific study of cyberspace. » Ran from 1997 to 1999.
CPJ Vol.1 No.1 – Virtual Community: Can it exist? Does it exist? By Mark Audy (01/13/2006 07:12)
« This paper will show not only that virtual communities can exist, but that they do exist and are prospering in cyberspace. »
United Nodes of Internet Feedback (01/13/2006 07:11)
Barlow’s response to « Myth of Digital Nirvana: » « Cyberspace is no more separate from the realities of the physical world than the mind is sublimely unrelated to the body. »
The Myth of Digital Nirvana (01/13/2006 07:06)
David Bennahum’s critique of Barlow’s widely-read « A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace. »
A Structural-Functionalist Approach to Cyberspace Today (01/13/2006 07:05)
(1) What is the nature of this social structure (cyberspace); and (2) What are the (in this essay, positive) consequences of this social structure?
Are We Almost There in Cyberspace? (01/13/2006 07:02)
« Perhaps the greatest benefit of the Internet to humanity is not that it is a manifestation of a new human community that will supplant previous ones, but that it re-awakens in us the value of compassion, understanding, self-acceptance…and even the very
Composing Cyberspace, by Rich Holeton (01/13/2006 06:59)
« This book explores the effects that computer technologies have had, are having, and might have on people — on our human identity, on our values, on our social status and social relations, and on our desire to make and share knowledge. »
Library Journal – Cyberspace: The Community Frontier (01/13/2006 05:27)
Library Journal « talks with Electronic Frontier Foundation cofounder John Perry Barlow. »
There is no Cyberspace, Mr Barlow! (01/13/2006 05:26)
Mr Barlow, « No, there is no cyberspace. »
John Perry Barlow, « Is There a There in Cyberspace? » (01/13/2006 04:25)
« I am often asked how I went from pushing cows around a remote Wyoming ranch to my present occupation… I haven’t got a short answer, but I suppose I came to the virtual world looking for community. »
if:book: ESBNs and more thoughts on the end of cyberspace (01/12/2006 07:53)
On ESBNs and attempts to bring the rules of physical goods into the digital world.
Psychology of Cyberspace – Article Index (01/12/2006 02:25)
« [A] list of links to all the articles and pages in the hypertext book (web site) The Psychology of Cyberspace. »
J. LeRoy: Where Did You Want to Go Yesterday? (01/12/2006 11:00)
« The concept of Cyberspace was relatively static. Perhaps this is another reason why the term is outmoded. Perhaps today we are in Hyperspace. »
Relevant History: Hypertags and the digital/physical divide (01/12/2006 10:21)
Hypertags as an example of a technology designed to close the divide between cyberspace and the physical world.
China goes undercover to sway opinion on Internet (01/12/2006 10:01)
« China has formed a special force of undercover online commentators to try to sway public opinion on controversial issues on the Internet…[and] to defend the government when negative comments appeared on Internet bulletin boards and chatrooms. »
BDA: IM-pressive: China’s Instant Message Market (archive Jan 05) (01/12/2006 10:01)
« qq.com surpassed Tom Online, one of China’s leading portals, in terms of page views (traffic) and was ranked the 13th most widely accessed website in the world. »
The Game Is Virtual. The Profit Is Real. – New York Times (01/12/2006 10:01)
« For many people, what are known as massively multiplayer online games have become significant sources of income. »
Electronic Silk Road: games, games, games (archive april 04) (01/12/2006 10:00)
« With almost 80 million Internet users, the government acknowledges that more than 60 percent are logging on to the Internet and crowding Internet bars only in search of entertainment, according to recent statistics. »
Chinese online ad sector growth (01/12/2006 10:00)
« Among the three major Internet sectors – wireless value-added services, online games and online advertising – the last is the smallest but has displayed the steadiest growth in recent years. »
Ownership is Censorship in China (01/12/2006 09:59)
Translated portions of a document from the Guangdong Province Department of Telecommunications outlining self-censorship guidelines for BBS operators.
Communitities in Cyberspace Home (01/12/2006 09:58)
« Communities in Cyberspace is devoted to exploring new forms of social organization and the changing concepts of community as social groups develop within computer networks. »
Is cyberspace really a space? (1998) (01/12/2006 09:58)
« Why did Gibson dramatize hacking in such blatantly spatial terms, and why has his spatial metaphor been so influential to the engineers and artists who are actually building cyberspace? »
Washington, D.C., To Get Massive ‘Cyber Shock’ in Mock Cyber-Attack
mardi 6 juillet 2010 01:17
« Familiar faces from the federal government will be tested Tuesday, Feb. 16, to see how well Washington, D.C., would handle a cyber-crisis. Pass or fail, their performance will be seen by spectators — and then broadcast on CNN for the world to see. The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), a nonprofit that develops multiparty solutions in public policy, will host Cyber Shockwave, a simulated cyber-attack on the United States, during an exercise at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, D.C. »
Western Frontier or Feudal Society?: Metaphors and Perceptions of Cyberspace by Alfred Chueh-Chin Yen
jeudi 16 octobre 2008 07:05
« The Article examines how metaphors influence perceptions of cyberspace. Among other things, the Article studies the comparison of cyberspace to the American western frontier and the metaphor’s construction cyberspace as a « place » whose natural characteristics guarantee freedom and opportunity. This supports an often-made claim that cyberspace is different from real space, and that government should generally refrain from regulating the Internet. »
Kathleen K. Olson: Home page
lundi 5 mai 2008 09:15
« Most of my research focuses on the conflicts that arise between First Amendment values and other important constitutional principles such as intellectual property rights. »
Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
lundi 28 janvier 2008 07:45
« Convergence invites papers on multimedia, gender and technology, satellite and cable, control and censorship, copyright, electronic publishing, the internet, media policy, interactivity, education and new media technologies, screen interfaces… »
Michele White
lundi 26 novembre 2007 08:51
Michele White’s next book, Elements of the Internet, « shows how the Internet is rendered through visual and textual representations of entering, going, aliveness and liveness, and space. »
Kazunori Ishiguro, « International Copyright Infringements In Cyberspace: A Conflict-of-laws Analysis, » Internet Law and Policy Forum – Events
lundi 12 novembre 2007 11:04
« People tend to say, especially since the beginning of the commercial use of the Internet, that legal problems in cyberspace are quite different from those in the real world. » But are they really?
From Cyber Space to Cybernetic Space: Rethinking the Relationship between Real and Virtual Spaces
lundi 12 novembre 2007 10:41
« The interaction between real and virtual spaces can be reconceptualized by mobilizing the notion of cybernetic space to signify the relationship between spaces, culture and identity in the synthetic space we tend to live in. »
Audrey Kurth Cronin, « Cyber-Mobilization: The New Levée en Masse, « PARAMETERS, US Army War College Quarterly – Summer 2006
lundi 12 novembre 2007 10:17
The « most important » change n the character of military power « is the 21st century’s levée en masse, a mass networked mobilization that emerges from cyberspace with a direct impact on physical reality. »
Cyberspace warfare remains serious business
lundi 12 novembre 2007 09:27
« With technology evolving so quickly, cyberspace is probably the only warfighting domain in which we have pure competitors. »
Speeches : Cyberspace as a Domain In which the Air Force Flies and Fights
lundi 12 novembre 2007 09:25
What we are seeing is that the Cyberspace Domain contains the same seeds for Criminal, Pirate, Transnational, and Government-Sponsored mischief as we have contended with in the Domains of Land, Sea, Air, and now contemplate as Space continues to mature.
Fighting in cyberspace means cyber domain dominance
lundi 12 novembre 2007 09:21
« [T]he Air Force has had to develop a more concrete idea of what it means to fly and fight in cyberspace.  »
Cyber Warriors (10/29/07) — www.GovernmentExecutive.com
lundi 12 novembre 2007 09:14
Deep in the heart of cyberspace, something new called a Network Warfare and Ops Squadron fights battles 24/7 from a building in a nondescript office park here at Lackland Air Force Base.
Cyberspace lecture grasps audience – News
lundi 12 novembre 2007 09:08
« The twentieth century was the age of air power but the twenty-first century is the age of cyber warfare. »
Col David T. Fahrenkrug, Cyberspace Defined
lundi 12 novembre 2007 09:02
The Air Force defines cyberspace « as a domain characterized by the use of electronics and the electromagnetic spectrum to store, modify, and exchange data via networked systems…. cyberspace is a very real, physical domain. »
GameChangers » Blog Archive » TRON Story
dimanche 11 novembre 2007 08:50
« So what was it like to work on TRON? It was intense. It was focused. It was chaotic. It was tremendous fun, and terribly difficult, and wildly energetic. And ultimately, it was like the greatest improvised performance ever. »
CULTIVATING SOCIETY’S CIVIC INTELLIGENCE: PATTERNS FOR A NEW ‘WORLD BRAIN’
mardi 23 janvier 2007 06:22
« This essay discusses six aspects of ‘civic intelligence’ (orientation, organization, engagement, intelligence, products and projects, and resources) as well as ways to make cultivating our ‘civic intelligence’ a practical – non-utopian – enterprise. »
Mihaela Kelemen, Warren Smith, « Community and its ‘virtual’ promises, » Information, Communication & Society 4:3 (2001) [sub req]
mardi 23 janvier 2007 06:08
The paper examines and critiques some of the libertarian rhetoric surrounding the ‘virtual community’. In so doing, it argues that cyberlibertarians have misunderstood what community is by placing too much emphasis on a disembodied individual.
Taylor & Francis Group – Article
mardi 23 janvier 2007 06:04
« Much rhetoric has been expended in ‘reading off’ idealized ‘online’ worlds into probable ‘off-line’ worlds: the ‘death of geography’ is a case in point. The case is made » in this article « in favour of a co-construction of the ‘off-‘ and ‘online’ worlds. »
Paul Adams, « Cyberspace and Virtual Places, » Geographical Review 87:2 (1997) [PDF– subscription req]
lundi 27 novembre 2006 09:15
Computer networks are described using « three broad metaphorical themes: virtual architecture, electronic frontier, and cyberspace. These metaphors encourage control, surveillance, and capitalist expansion through computer technologies. »
Civic Space/Cyberspace – The MIT Press
jeudi 5 octobre 2006 21:58
« In Civic Space/Cyberspace, Redmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain assess the current condition and direction of the American public library. »
Fred Turner – From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and the Rise of Digital Utopianism – – New York Times
jeudi 28 septembre 2006 22:40
Long review of Fred Turner’s “From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and the Rise of Digital Utopianism”.
Professor Stephen D.N. Graham
vendredi 21 juillet 2006 08:59
Review of « Law, Economics and Cyberspace The Effects of Cyberspace on the Economic Analysis of Law »
jeudi 29 juin 2006 08:39
Does the “pre-internet” economic analysis of the law still apply in the age of Cyberspace?
SSRN-Law and Economics in Cyberspace by Niva Elkin-Koren, Eli Salzberger
jeudi 29 juin 2006 07:57
« The paper is intended to provide a preliminary and tentative look at the challenges posed by Cyberspace to the project of the economic analysis of law. »
From Laws for Cyberspace to Cyber Laws (literally)
jeudi 29 juin 2006 07:53
« The following discussion introduces the dialectical transition from the “code is law” concept to an active “law is code” software application. It advocates the redevelopment of network protocols into reflections of contemporary legal systems as a
Vincent Mosco
jeudi 29 juin 2006 07:44
Author of The Digital Sublime: Myth, Power, and Cyberspace (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005).
Learning to be a Citizen of Cyberspace (1998)
jeudi 29 juin 2006 07:37
« This paper addresses the need to focus on the content of education in cyberspace and, specifically, about teaching people to be citizens, not just consumers, in this new arena. »
Jihad 2.0 (Atlantic Monthly, July/August 2006)
jeudi 15 juin 2006 21:03
With the loss of training camps in Afghanistan, terrorists have turned to the Internet to find and train recruits. The story of one pioneer of this effort—the enigmatic “Irhabi 007”—shows how.
Micronations.Net
samedi 10 juin 2006 07:15
« Welcome to the Micronational World. »
J. LeRoy’s Evolving Web: The winds of Yes/And, The rudder of Either/Or
samedi 10 juin 2006 07:13
« As we create the social software environment that will end up governing the early 21st century, we need to think of how our tools are used. What elements of them reward Either/Or, which reward Yes/and and are these tools balanced? »
Symposium: Theories and Metaphors of Cyberspace
lundi 22 mai 2006 08:36
Web site for 1996 conference on cyberspace. « The objective is to better understand the implications of the present explosive growth in global computer networks, like the Internet or the World-Wide Web. »
cyberwar, cyberspace, cyber security, virus response, hoaxes, identity theft
lundi 22 mai 2006 08:34
Online bibliography of things related to cyberspace, maintained by the Air Force Cyberspace and Information Operations Study Center.
Futurist Alex Pang to give talk on ‘End of Cyberspace’
mercredi 19 avril 2006 05:42
Cyberspace– now you see it, now you don’t!
Websnark: Put another way, calling an e-mail server a « digital courier » doesn’t change the nature of e-mail — it just confuses people. Which may be the point. Damn, my titles are getting long.
lundi 17 avril 2006 08:20
« The digital lifestyle is already here. And we have a word…. Online. »
HobbyPrincess: What is a thinglink?
lundi 17 avril 2006 07:48
« A thinglink is a free unique identifier that anybody can use for making the finding and recommendation of particular things easier in the Internet. »
Sociology of Cyberspace
lundi 17 avril 2006 06:05
TechnoTaste » ‘Hackers’ and John Perry Barlow
vendredi 7 avril 2006 07:12
« I think Barlow brings the ‘anarchists’ and the ‘hackers’ out of the woodword – they glomb on to his rhetoric about freedom and regulation on the Internet. »
Public Life in the Era of Communicative Abundance (Canadian Journal of Communication – Vol. 24, No. 2 (1999))
mercredi 5 avril 2006 08:28
« Modern communications media since the invention of the printing press have been dominated by images of scarcity. In contrast, the emergence of a new galaxy of communications… is now stimulating the growth of images of abundance which, it is argued, is
John Perry Barlow, « Is Cyberspace still anti-sovereign? » California Magazine (March/April 2006)
mercredi 5 avril 2006 07:24
« [A] decade later, [« A Declaration of Rights in Cyberspace » still] feels both impetuous and important. Serious questions remain. Was it accurate? Is Cyberspace naturally anti-sovereign? If so, is that a good thing? »
research.techkwondo.com: blogjects
lundi 20 mars 2006 21:38
Julian Bleeker’s research blog on blogjects– objects that « connect to the network and participate in the web. »
Dr. K: The End of « The Blogosphere »
vendredi 17 mars 2006 22:45
« [W]hen talking about « CyberSpace » lets talk of CyberSpace and all the different « Spaces » within in it – otherwise we might be using words that place imaginary bounded spatial metaphors on a potentially infinite space. »
CNI Podcast with David Seaman (Endless Hybrids)
mercredi 15 mars 2006 07:37
« [R]ather than continuing to massively digitize collections, as much effort needs to be put into making that digitized content more useful. »
The Malleability of Content (Endless Hybrids)
mercredi 15 mars 2006 07:34
« [M]alleable content is one of the hallmarks of the traditional library. »
Cyberspace to Web 2.0: From Erasure to Emergent Classification
dimanche 12 mars 2006 20:52
« The shift from pre-Web 2.0 (cyberspace seems like an appropriate term for this idealistic period) to what we now call Web 2.0 is essentially a shift from a philosophy of erasure to a philosophy of classification. »
History Meets State of the Art (University Business, Oct 2002)
mardi 7 mars 2006 08:48
« [T]he prediction that libraries would one day disappear, with remote access to electronic materials making books—and the libraries that held them—obsolete, hasn’t come to fruition. »
Virtual China weblog
jeudi 2 mars 2006 22:37
« Virtual China is an exploration of virtual experiences and environments in and about China. »
The Great Escape
mercredi 1 mars 2006 08:34
March 2006 Wired article on Mazzina, an immersive game in which players try to escape from a high-tech prison.
Cultural Transition and Spiritual Transformation: From Alexander the Great to Cyberspace
jeudi 23 février 2006 23:18
« Is the sudden, mysterious, numinous attraction of cyberspace an indication that therein lies the embryonic form of the new conscious dominant? »
Libraries as places to linger and mingle | csmonitor.com
jeudi 23 février 2006 23:17
« [I]f the shift from physical to digital books is so inevitable, then why did public libraries break attendance records last year?… Is a library really just a collection of books? »
Ghost Of Christmas Future Taunts Children With Visions Of PlayStation 5
jeudi 23 février 2006 23:15
« They always ask if you can play it on the Internet—it’s so cute how they still call it ‘the Internet’… »
First Monday February 2006
jeudi 23 février 2006 23:13
A special issue on the impact of Johnson and Post’s « Law and Borders: The Rise of Law in Cyberspace. »
Architecture and the Internet
jeudi 23 février 2006 22:34
Using architectural case studies, this article « explores the possibility of organizing Cyberspace into spatial settings that not only afford social interaction, but, like physical places, also embody and express cultural values. »
Eugene Gorny. Dynamics of Creativity in Russian Cyberculture
jeudi 23 février 2006 22:32
2003 article on « the dynamic aspect of [Russian] social and individual creativity in » cyberspace.
The Great Debate — Law in the Virtual World
jeudi 23 février 2006 22:29
On the use of the concept of cyberspace as a separate place, and potentially a separate legal entity or soverign state.
Marshall McLuhan Meets William Gibson in « Cyberspace »
jeudi 23 février 2006 22:27
« [W]e talk about this ethereal « cyberspace » daily and claim to communicate with our friends, family and co-workers there. Why, given the lack of a firm definition of « cyberspace », do we frequently claim to interact there? »
Mixed-Reality Party In DC and Second Life
jeudi 16 février 2006 22:12
« This may be weird now, but get used to it. The future is the virtual overlaid on the real, and vice-versa. The lines are blurring. In twenty years, maybe even ten, it will be considered quaint and old-fashioned to make a distinction between the two. »
Cyberspace is dead – Long live the « Title of the next William Gibson novel » – Topic Powered by Groupee Community
mardi 14 février 2006 19:58
In « the Danish business newspaper Børsen… William Gibson [is quoted] in an article about the term « cyberspace » has passed its expiration date. »
What kind of space is cyberspace?
lundi 13 février 2006 19:51
With the advent and growth of electronic communication, the word « cyberspace » has entered into everyday parlance. But what does this word signify?
Swarming Media: New Words for Old Media
dimanche 29 janvier 2006 23:33
Keyword analysis of new media worlds in the New York Times, 1996-2005. «  »Portal, » « cyberspace, » and « home page » have all significantly decreased in frequency while « blog » and « blogger » (and their variations) have dramatically grown. »
Andy Clark Papers Online
jeudi 26 janvier 2006 09:23
Clark is author of the brilliant « Natural-Born Cyborgs. » Many PDFs available here.
New names for “Cyberspace” – another suggestion
mercredi 25 janvier 2006 16:35
« [T]he mythical place called “cyberspace” is now a natural part of our lives. » Suggests “World 3” or “the third world“ as alternates.
« Cyberspace » is Dead
mercredi 25 janvier 2006 01:52
« [D]oesn’t cyberspace sound kind of played out? Clearly, we need a better word. The Institute for the Future asked a virtual roundtable of leading thinkers to coin a term for our new new reality. Here’s what they came up with. »
Albert Benschop, Peculiarities of Cyberspace: Building Blocks for an Internet Sociology
samedi 21 janvier 2006 01:41
« The virtual reality which has developed in and through the Internet is a peculiar phenomenon. These peculiarities of cyberspace are the subject of the sociological explorations in this electronic book. »
J. LeRoy: Space is a Place
jeudi 19 janvier 2006 01:16
« Where Cyberspace has « died » is where it has either been diffused past the point of concrete definition or has been incorporated so much into other aspects of life as to be indistinguishable from it. »
The Library as Place: Changes in Learning Patterns, Collections, Technology, and Use
lundi 16 janvier 2006 05:47
The future academic library « must flexibly accommodate evolving information technologies and their usage as well as become a “laboratory” for new ways of teaching and learning. »
Library as Place: Rethinking Roles, Rethinking Space
lundi 16 janvier 2006 05:46
« What is the role of a library when it no longer needs to be a warehouse of books and when users can obtain information without setting foot in its doors? »
Libraries at the end of cyberspace
lundi 16 janvier 2006 04:38
« [T]he library may simply become not a place but simply part of the world that exists around them, resources and services available digitally that they take for granted, that they simply expect to exist and access as needed. »
Department of Architecture -Dr. Marc Aurel Schnabel
samedi 14 janvier 2006 09:25
Works on intersection of augmented reality, virtual environments, and architecture.
Review of Richard Coyne, Designing Information Technology in the Postmodern Age
samedi 14 janvier 2006 09:21
« The author then examines the Cartesian spaces of virtual reality, cyberspace as immersive 3-D environments, and reinterprets it in the light of Heidegger’s ontology–the difference between being « in » a world in a metaphorical sense, versus Heidegger’s un
Netizens: On the History and Impact of the Net
samedi 14 janvier 2006 09:11
 » ‘Netbook, Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet’… presents the history and impact of various aspects of the Net: the Internet, ARPANET, Usenet, etc. »
A Critique of “A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace”
samedi 14 janvier 2006 06:03
« Barlow’s “Declaration” contains a dormant intellectual malignancy that could grease the path to universal tyranny. That malignancy lies in expressions of political universalism, a recurring utopian urge that has only produced misery. »
Steve Mizrach, « Lost in Cyberspace: Cultural geography of cyberspace »
samedi 14 janvier 2006 05:24
« People working in the anthropology of space and cultural geography have « fertile territory » to survey in cyberspace. Unlike so many other landscapes, this is one which is being built right before their eyes. »
A Separate Jurisdiction For Cyberspace: Oberding & Norderhaug
samedi 14 janvier 2006 05:23
« This article analyzes whether the technical characteristics of the Internet should create a separate legal jurisdiction, and if a separate jurisdiction would be beneficial to the Internet. »
The Future Does Not Compute
samedi 14 janvier 2006 05:13
« [T]he intelligent machine gathers its menacing powers from hidden places within you and me… as we gaze into our screens and tap on our keyboards while less than fully conscious of the subtle influences passing through the interface. »
John Perry Barlow’s Accra Manifesto (2002)
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:23
« Cyberspace is not a place. It is a dialog of cultures. »
Wired 4.06: Declaring Independence
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:19
John Perry Barlow replies to critics of « Declaration of Independence in Cyberspace. »
Belinda Hill, « Metaphors of Electronic Communication »
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:19
« How has « cyberspace », a word used for a place that is entirely created by technology, become so real that we can see it being discussed as a physical space? »
bell hooks & John Perry Barlow
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:18
A conversation.
Cybersociology – Academic Research of the Internet and Life Online
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:12
« Cybersociology Magazine is a forum for the discussion of the social scientific study of cyberspace. » Ran from 1997 to 1999.
CPJ Vol.1 No.1 – Virtual Community: Can it exist? Does it exist? By Mark Audy
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:12
« This paper will show not only that virtual communities can exist, but that they do exist and are prospering in cyberspace. »
United Nodes of Internet Feedback
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:11
Barlow’s response to « Myth of Digital Nirvana: » « Cyberspace is no more separate from the realities of the physical world than the mind is sublimely unrelated to the body. »
The Myth of Digital Nirvana
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:06
David Bennahum’s critique of Barlow’s widely-read « A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace. »
A Structural-Functionalist Approach to Cyberspace Today
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:05
(1) What is the nature of this social structure (cyberspace); and (2) What are the (in this essay, positive) consequences of this social structure?
Are We Almost There in Cyberspace?
samedi 14 janvier 2006 04:02
« Perhaps the greatest benefit of the Internet to humanity is not that it is a manifestation of a new human community that will supplant previous ones, but that it re-awakens in us the value of compassion, understanding, self-acceptance…and even the very
Composing Cyberspace, by Rich Holeton
samedi 14 janvier 2006 03:59
« This book explores the effects that computer technologies have had, are having, and might have on people — on our human identity, on our values, on our social status and social relations, and on our desire to make and share knowledge. »
Library Journal – Cyberspace: The Community Frontier
samedi 14 janvier 2006 02:27
Library Journal « talks with Electronic Frontier Foundation cofounder John Perry Barlow. »
There is no Cyberspace, Mr Barlow!
samedi 14 janvier 2006 02:26
Mr Barlow, « No, there is no cyberspace. »
John Perry Barlow, « Is There a There in Cyberspace? »
samedi 14 janvier 2006 01:25
« I am often asked how I went from pushing cows around a remote Wyoming ranch to my present occupation… I haven’t got a short answer, but I suppose I came to the virtual world looking for community. »
if:book: ESBNs and more thoughts on the end of cyberspace
vendredi 13 janvier 2006 04:53
On ESBNs and attempts to bring the rules of physical goods into the digital world.
Psychology of Cyberspace – Article Index
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 23:25
« [A] list of links to all the articles and pages in the hypertext book (web site) The Psychology of Cyberspace. »
J. LeRoy: Where Did You Want to Go Yesterday?
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 20:00
« The concept of Cyberspace was relatively static. Perhaps this is another reason why the term is outmoded. Perhaps today we are in Hyperspace. »
Relevant History: Hypertags and the digital/physical divide
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 19:21
Hypertags as an example of a technology designed to close the divide between cyberspace and the physical world.
China goes undercover to sway opinion on Internet
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 19:01
« China has formed a special force of undercover online commentators to try to sway public opinion on controversial issues on the Internet…[and] to defend the government when negative comments appeared on Internet bulletin boards and chatrooms. »
BDA: IM-pressive: China’s Instant Message Market (archive Jan 05)
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 19:01
« qq.com surpassed Tom Online, one of China’s leading portals, in terms of page views (traffic) and was ranked the 13th most widely accessed website in the world. »
The Game Is Virtual. The Profit Is Real. – New York Times
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 19:01
« For many people, what are known as massively multiplayer online games have become significant sources of income. »
Electronic Silk Road: games, games, games (archive april 04)
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 19:00
« With almost 80 million Internet users, the government acknowledges that more than 60 percent are logging on to the Internet and crowding Internet bars only in search of entertainment, according to recent statistics. »
Chinese online ad sector growth
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 19:00
« Among the three major Internet sectors – wireless value-added services, online games and online advertising – the last is the smallest but has displayed the steadiest growth in recent years. »
Ownership is Censorship in China
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 18:59
Translated portions of a document from the Guangdong Province Department of Telecommunications outlining self-censorship guidelines for BBS operators.
Communitities in Cyberspace Home
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 18:58
« Communities in Cyberspace is devoted to exploring new forms of social organization and the changing concepts of community as social groups develop within computer networks. »
Is cyberspace really a space? (1998)
jeudi 12 janvier 2006 18:58
« Why did Gibson dramatize hacking in such blatantly spatial terms, and why has his spatial metaphor been so influential to the engineers and artists who are actually building cyberspace? »

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