First Monday, Volume 11, 2006
Volume 11, Number 1, January 2006
Peter H. Gerrand
: Cultural diversity in cyberspace: The Catalan campaign to win the new .cat top level domain.
: The filtering matrix: Integrated mechanisms of information control and the demarcation of borders in cyberspace.
: Evolutionary information seeking: A case study of personal development and Internet searching.
: Tight prior open source equilibrium: The rise of open source as a source of economic welfare.
Volume 11, Number 2, February 2006
: Dispute Resolution Without Borders: Some Implications for the Emergence of Law in Cyberspace.
Volume 11, Number SI-4:
Discovering the potential of outdoor screens for urban society
: Story space: A theoretical grounding for the new urban annotation.
Wael Salah Fahmi
: The urban incubator: (De)constructive (re)presentation of heterotopian spatiality and virtual image(ries).
: Urban screens: Towards the convergence of architecture and audiovisual media.
: Art and social displays in the branding of the city: Token screens or opportunities for difference?
: Hijacking the urban screen: Trends in outdoor advertising and predictions for the use of video art and urban screens.
: Programming video art for urban screens in public space.
Volume 11, Number SI-5:
Virtual Architecture at State of Play III, October 2005
: keep off the grass acmipark - a case study of a virtual public place.
Wagner James Au
: Taking New World Notes: An embedded journalist's rough guide to reporting from inside the Internet's next evolution.
Volume 11, Number 3, March 2006
, Trevor Pinch
: Six degrees of reputation: The use and abuse of online review and recommendation systems.
: Robbery under arms: Copyright law and the Australia - United States Free Trade Agreement.
Volume 11, Number 4, April 2006
: In Google we trust: Information integrity in the digital age.
: A reflecting and/or refracting Pool: When a local community becomes autonomous online.
: Beyond binary choices: Understanding and exploiting trade-offs to enhance creativity.
: Comparison of content policies for institutional repositories in Australia.
Volume 11, Number 5, May 2006
: Privacy and security disclosures on telecardiology Web sites.
Alan R. Peslak
: A review of national information and communication technologies (ICT) and a proposed National Electronic Initiative Framework (NEIF).
Volume 11, Number 6, June 2006
: Accidental open access and the hazards involved: Preliminary experiences on Internet-based publishing in a Peruvian university.
David J. Solomon
: Strategies for developing sustainable open access scholarly journals.
: Managing risk and opportunity in Creative Commons enterprises.
: Diversity, attention and symmetry in a many-to-many information society.
: Constructing a framework to enable an open source reinvention of journalism.
: Investigating the public in the Public Library of Science: Gifting economics in the Internet community.
: Analysis of open source principles in diverse collaborative communities.
Volume 11, Number SI-6: Commercial applications of the Internet, 2006
Mark A. Fox
: Introduction to special issue #6: Commercial applications of the Internet.
: Reflections on: A taxonomy of Internet commerce.
: Trends emerging more clearly: Business models of news Web Sites.
Volume 11, Number 7, July 2006
: Tactical memory: The politics of openness in the construction of memory.
Sharon E. Farb
: Libraries, licensing and the challenge of stewardship.
: Openness, access to government information and Caribbean governance.
: Aligning the ideals of free software and free knowledge with the South African Freedom Charter.
Eric Lease Morgan
: Ethical and economic issues surrounding freely available images found on the Web.
Volume 11, Number 8, August 2006
, Aaron Krowne
: Disciplining Search/Searching Disciplines: Perspectives from Academic Communities on Metasearch Quality Indicators.
Paul N. Courant
: Scholarship and Academic Libraries (and their kin) in the World of Google.
: Machine-assisted Metadata Generation and New Resource Discovery: Software and Services.
: Getting the Word Out: Making Digital Project Metadata Available to Aggregators.
William E. Moen
: Examining MARC Records as Artifacts That Reflect Metadata Utilization Decisions.
Sara S. Hodson
: Archives on the Web: Unlocking Collections While Safeguarding Privacy.
Volume 11, Number 9, September 2006
Susan B. Barnes
: A privacy paradox: Social networking in the United States.
R. Michelle Green
: Unpacking "I Don't Want It" - why novices and non-users don't use the Internet.
: Publishing cooperatives: An alternative for non-profit publishers.
: Knowledge and governance in the digital age: The politics of monitoring planetary life.
: Puppy smoothies: Improving the reliability of open, collaborative wikis.
: False Web memories: A case study on finding information about Andrei Broder.
Volume 11, Number 10, October 2006
: Limits of self-organization: Peer production and "laws of quality".
: Can Unscrewed be unskewed? Television coverage of the Internet.
: Capital punishment and virtual protest: A case study of Singapore.
: Perceptions of computer learning among older Americans and older Chinese.
: The acquisition of open access research articles.
Frank P. Albritton Jr.
: Performance on tests of economic literacy: A comparison of face-to-face with online instruction.
Volume 11, Number 11, November 2006
Volume 11, Number SI-7:
The Emergence of Governance in Global Cyberspace
: Activists beyond Virtual Borders: Internet-Mediated Networks and Informational Politics in China.
T. L. Taylor
: Beyond Management: Considering Participatory Design and Governance in Player Culture.
Thomas M. Malaby
: Coding Control: Governance and Contingency in the Production of Online Worlds.
: Digital Art/Public Art: Governance and Agency in the Networked Commons.
: Playing Politics: Videogames for Politics, Activism, and Advocacy.
David M. Levy
: More, Faster, Better: Governance in an Age of Overload, Busyness, and Speed.
Volume 11, Number 12, December 2006
: Friends, Friendsters, and Top 8: Writing community into being on social network sites.
: MySpace on the record: The admissibility of social website content under the Federal Rules of Evidence.
: The cost of (anti-)social networks: Identity, agency and neo-luddites.