<New Media Studies Links>
Wired-- The leading, mass market consumer magazine devoted to the new communication technologies and the digital revolution.
Slashdot-- "News for nerds": breaking stories about the computer industry, the software industry, telecommunications and the Internet.
Red Herring-- An online magazine covering the business side of the computer industry.
Public Knowledge-- A Washington D.C.-based advocacy group working to defend our rights in the emerging digital culture.
Center for Digital Democracy-- Committed to preserving a diverse, open and democratic Internet and to realizing the full potential of digital communication.
Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE)--Combatting the damn spam menace.
The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC)--is a web-based, peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its focus is social science research on computer-mediated communication via the Internet, the World Wide Web, and wireless technologies.
The Journal of New Media and Culture-- A peer reviewed online journal devoted to the discourses, ideologies and uses of new media technologies.
The Journal of Online Behavior-- Dedicated to the empirical study of human behavior online.
The Journal of Information and Society-- is a refereed cross-disciplinary electronic journal that critically explores the various associations and intersections between society and information.Interface on the Internet -- An online journal exploring the impact of the internet on community, education and values worldwide.
IT & Society-- A web journal studying how information technology effects society.
Vectors-- A journal of communication and technology put out by USC's Annenberg Center for Communication.
Fiberculture-- Online academic journal out of Australia about the politics and culture of information technology and new media.
Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies-- The RCCS is an online, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to research, teach, support and create diverse and dynamic elements of cyberculture.
First Monday -- A journal that publishes articles on all aspects of the Internet, including comments on trends and standards, technical issues, political and social implications of the Internet, and educational uses. Its focus is simply on interesting and novel ideas related to the history, current use, and future of the Internet.
Fast Capitalism-- A journal devoted to analyzing the impact of information and communication technologies on self, society and culture in the 21st Century.
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility-- A public interest alliance of computer scientists concerned about the impact of computer technology on society.
Creative Commons-- A nonprofit that offers a flexible copyright for creative work. Especially popular with web-heads and cybercitizens.
The Digital Divide Network-- An online community of activists, educators and policy-makers working to bridge the digital divide in the U.S. and around the globe.
Electronic Frontier Foundation-- Defending Freedom in the digital world.
Cybertelecom-- An educational non profit dedicated to raising awareness of and promoting participation in federal initiatives that impact the Internet. The project is a resource where visitors can learn about federal laws, their implications, and how courts have interpreted them.
Digital Consumer-- Protecting fair-use rights in the digital world.
Artnetweb-A network of people and projects investigating new media in the practice of art.
Yahoo! Netrospective 10 years, 100 moments of the Web -- An interesting, interactive survey of internet history from Ebay and spam to blogs and flashmobs and beyond.
Alexa-- Monitors and ranks the world's websites on the basis of the traffic they receive.
Technorati -- Ranks and monitors over 15 million weblogs.
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