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The Twitter Revolution Debate Is Dead

The Twitter Revolution Debate Is Dead

Article in The Atlantic that discusses “the debate about the role of digital social media in social movements.”
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Political Science–Politics; Computers & Internet–Internet–World Wide Web; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Human Rights

Cohesive.TV

Cohesive.TV

Watch free TV online on this alternative network broadcasting “hot new music videos, previews of the latest Hollywood flicks including the best movie trailers, interviews, behind the scenes material, the Classics to a Parisian TV show and fashion documentary as well as our great talent battle and music competition.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Entertainment & Leisure–Television; Computers & Internet–Art, Imaging, & Multimedia

Netiquette Home Page

Netiquette Home Page

“‘Netiquette’ is network etiquette, the do’s and don’ts of online communication. Netiquette covers both common courtesy online and the informal ‘rules of the road’ of cyberspace. This page provides links to both summary and detail information about Netiquette for your browsing pleasure.”
Subject: Social Sciences–Social Customs, Traditions, And Folklore–Etiquette, Dress, And Social Customs–Etiquette And Manners; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture

alarm:clock digital

alarm:clock digital

E-Zine of technology and culture. “At alarm:clock digital we’re excited by the many questions the Internet raises. Technology’s business implications have been chronicled with giddy exhilaration, but the rise of technology as a cultural phenomenon has gone largely unexamined. We believe the Internet is about more than shrinking profit margins and b …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Business & Economics–E-Commerce

Gadgetwise

Gadgetwise

Gadgetwise is a blog that mixes information, analysis and opinion to help you figure out which tech products to buy, and how to get the best deal.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Art, Imaging, & Multimedia; Science & Technology–Electronics; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms–DOS/PC/Windows; Computers & Internet–Platforms–Macintosh; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Science & Technology Blogs; Computer & Internet Blogs

Friedbeef???s Tech

Friedbeef???s Tech

Friedbeef???s Tech is a weekly blog dedicated to solving everyday problems with simple technology. Includes useful tips, ultimate guides, and sections on Freeware, Firefox and Web 2.0 among others.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Internet–World Wide Web–Browsers; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Science & Technology Blogs; Computer & Internet Blogs

Coding Horror

Coding Horror

Coding horror looks at the world of programming and digital culture from a users perspective. Who are the people behind the coding and how do humans interact with software.
Subject: Computers & Internet–Programming; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Computers & Internet–Computers & Internet News; Arts & Humanities–History–History By Topic–History Of Computers & Internet; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Computer & Internet Blogs

SEOmoz’s Web 2.0 Awards

SEOmoz’s Web 2.0 Awards

Annual awards for Web 2.0 sites that are collected and organized into award categories. Winners and Honorable Mentions are determined by the web’s best bloggers, business men and women, and entrepreneurs. SEOmoz is a nonprofit company that provides consulting, Internet marketing and search engine optimization services.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Libraries–Internet For Libraries–Internet Resource Evaluation; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Applications By Type

ASCIIBabes

ASCIIBabes

“ASCII ART? It’s an image that is made up of keyboard characters. Sometimes it’s as simple as a ’email sig’ or an emoticon 🙂 But in the case of asciibabes.com it’s a portrait of a person. With an average of 80,000+ keyboard characters. There’s a lot happening there, so you might have to move AWAY from the screen to be able to see the detail.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture

Comparative CyberLexicon: English-Spanish

Comparative CyberLexicon: English-Spanish

Contains alphabetical list of computer terminology in English to Spanish, there are no definitions provided however it does link to glossaries and dictionaries.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Language & Linguistics–Spanish; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Reference–Dictionaries–Translation–English Translation Dictionaries–Spanish-English

Managing the Digital Enterprise: Intellectual Property

Managing the Digital Enterprise: Intellectual Property

Contains summary of and links to topics about intellectual property in the digital realm. Includes the information in a three part podcast.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Law–United States–Intellectual Property; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture

First Monday

First Monday

Focuses on the Internet and the Global Information Infrastructure. “First Monday is indexed in Communication Abstracts, Computer & Communications Security Abstracts, DoIS, eGranary Digital Library, INSPEC, Information Science & Technology Abstracts, LISA, PAIS, and other services.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Internet; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture

WIRED

WIRED

“Wired is an award-winning monthly that connects you to the people, companies, technologies, and ideas that are transforming the way we live… Wired chronicles the digital revolution.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Internet; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture

The PPSA Online Magazine

The PPSA Online Magazine

“This magazine presents a unique view of the world through satire and political commentary.Articles are included that cover road trips, rambling social commentary, member updates,humor and serious political debate on timely issues. Visit our new Computers and the Internet section, where we discuss the latest technology and influences on the Interne …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Political Science–Politics; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Entertainment & Leisure

Phrack Magazine

Phrack Magazine

“Phrack Magazine is one of the longest running electronic magazines in existence. Since 1985, Phrack has been providing the hacker community with information on operating systems, networking technologies, and telephony, as well as relaying other topics of interest to the international computer underground.” Contains a complete archive of back issue …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Computers & Internet–Computer Hardware; Computers & Internet–Platforms

Olive

Olive

“A unique new interactive magazine for Cybercafes. [Topics include] bank balance, workplace, travelrama, technosphere, earthworks, body & soul, dusk till dawn, mix ‘n’ match, and club cybercafe.”
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Arts & Humanities–Culture–Pop Culture

English Matters

English Matters

“This electronic magazine is designed for teachers and students of English who are questioning and creating new texts and pedagogies on the internet. It features related essays, exhibits, and performances, as well as an annotated resource center for English studies.”
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Literature; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Education–Higher Education

CH Working Papers

CH Working Papers

“CH Working Papers (or Computing in the Humanities Working Papers) are an interdisciplinary series of refereed publications on computer-assisted research. They are a vehicle for an intermediary stage at which questions of computer methodology in relation to the corpus at hand are of interest to the scholar before the computer disappears into the ba …
Subject: Arts & Humanities; Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Computers & Internet

Boing Boing: A Directory of Wonderful Things

Boing Boing: A Directory of Wonderful Things

“It’s a print zine started in 1988 by Mark Frauenfelder (mark@well.com) and Carla Sinclair (carla@well.com). Gareth Branwyn (gareth@well.com) joined as senior editor a year or so later. The first couple of issues were mainly about cyberpunk, virtual reality, smart drugs, chaos theory and that kind of stuff, but we quickly started covering anything …
Subject: Computers & Internet–Cyberculture; Arts & Humanities–Culture–Pop Culture; Arts & Humanities–Culture–Humor

WomenGamers.com

WomenGamers.com

“Because women DO play” – dedicated to promoting female video game players. Includes forums, articles, game reviews, and more.
Subject: Entertainment & Leisure–Games–Computer/Video/Arcade; Social Sciences–Gender & Sexuality–Women; Computers & Internet–Computer Software; Technology–Cyberculture; Sports, Entertainment, And Arts–Games & Quizzes–Computer Games