First Monday, Volume 13, 2008
Volume 13, Number 1, January 2008
: Creative Commons and contemporary copyright: A fitting shoe or "a load of old cobblers"?
, David Wong
: Student engagement in distance learning environments: A comparison of threaded discussion forums and text-focused Wikis.
William P. Cassidy
: Outside influences: Extramedia forces and the newsworthiness conceptions of online newspaper journalists.
Volume 13, Number 2, February 2008
: Text in social networking Web sites: A word frequency analysis of Live Spaces.
Kingsley L. Dennis
: Opening Pandora's box: How technologies of communication and cognition may be shifting towards a 'psycho-civilized society'.
: Planning, implementing and managing online repositories: Lessons learned from the KnowGenesis Library.
Volume 13, Number 3, March 2008
: Interactivity is Evil! A critical investigation of Web 2.0.
: The Externalities of Search 2.0: The Emerging Privacy Threats when the Drive for the Perfect Search Engine meets Web 2.0.
Volume 13, Number 4, April 2008
: The contribution of online news attributes to its diffusion: An empirical exploration based on a proposed theoretical model for the micro-process of online news adoption/use.
: Info-communism? Ownership and freedom in the digital economy.
John M. Carroll
: Community IT workshops as a strategy for community learning.
Volume 13, Number 5, May 2008
: Metadata provision and standards development at the Collaborative Digitization Program (CDP): A History.
: The Consequences of Information: Institutional Implications of Technological Change by Jannis Kallinikos.
: Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide by Henry Jenkins.
Volume 13, Number 6, June 2008
: The One Laptop Per Child Project and the negotiation of technological meaning.
Daren C. Brabham
: Moving the crowd at iStockphoto: The composition of the crowd and motivations for participation in a crowdsourcing application.
: The reach and richness of Wikipedia: Is Wikinomics only for rich countries.
Volume 13, Number 7, July 2008
: Internet use for political mobilization: Voices of participants.
Linda Jean Kenix
: The Internet as a tool for democracy? A survey of non-profit Internet decision-makers and Web users.
: Bourgeois anarchism and authoritarian democracies.
Bruce L. Mann
: Copyright protection and the new stakeholders in online distance education: The Play's the Thing.
Volume 13, Number 8, August 2008
The Power of Community:
Selected papers from the Ninth Annual WebWise Conference on Libraries and Museums
Daniel J. Cohen
: Creating Scholarly Tools and Resources for the Digital Ecosystem: Building Connections in the Zotero Project.
: Second Life: A Virtual World. Why Are Librarians There?
: Capturing Expertise for the Evaluation of Photographs.
: From Digital Repositories to Information Habitats: H-Net, the Quilt Index, Cyber Infrastructure, and Digital Humanities.
Catherine N. Norton
: The Encyclopedia of Life, Biodiversity Heritage Library, Biodiversity Informatics and Beyond Web 2.0.
Volume 13, Number 9, September 2008
Peter James Allen
: Rip, Mix, Burn ... Sue ... ad infinitum: The Effects of Deterrence vs Voluntary Cooperation on Non-commercial Online Copyright Infringing Behaviour.
Volume 13, Number 10, October 2008
: Mass Book Digitization: The Deeper Story of Google Books and the Open Content Alliance.
: Network locality: Local Knowledge and Politics in a Network Culture.
Edward J. Valauskas
: Book Review of Newton N. Minow and Craig L. LaMay's Inside the Presidential debates: Their Improbable Past and Promising Future.
Volume 13, Number 11, November 2008
: Webtapping: Securing the Internet to save us from Transnational Terror?
: Book Review of Lee Siegel's Against the Machine: Being Human in the Age of Electronic Media.
Volume 13, Number 12, December 2008
Nikki B. Usher
: Reviewing Fauxtography: A Blog-driven Challenge to Mass Media Power without the Promises of Networked Publicity.
: Ubuntuism, Commodification, and the Software Dialectic.
, Ian McShane
: Analysing the Challenges for Large Public Libraries in the Twenty-first Century: A Case Study of the State Library of Victoria in Australia.