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Sunday, April 06, 2008

web 2.0 articles on First Monday

Searched First Monday Web 2.0 - there are about 78 articles - (May be of interest to the readers of Innovation Crafting)


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Volume 13, Number 3 - 3 March 2008
Preface: Critical Perspectives on Web 2.0
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Michael Zimmer

Volume 1, Number 3 - 2 September 1996
Captioning video clips on the World Wide Web
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Geoff Freed

Volume 13, Number 3 - 3 March 2008
Web 2.0: An argument against convergence
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Matthew Allen

Volume 13, Number 3 - 3 March 2008
Market Ideology and the Myths of Web 2.0
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Trebor Scholz

Volume 13, Number 2 - 4 February 2008
Text in social networking Web sites: A word frequency analysis of Live Spaces
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Mike Thelwall

Volume 12 Number 11 - 5 November 2007
Hub and terminal: Developing a method for textual analysis on the World Wide Web
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Christopher Paul

Special Issue #6: Commercial applications of the Internet
Reflections on: Trust management on the World Wide Web
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Rohit Khare, Adam Rifkin

Volume 3, Number 4 - 6 April 1998
TAZ servers and the rewebber network: Enabling anonymous publishing on the world wide web
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Ian Goldberg, David Wagner

Volume 10, Number 11 - 7 November 2005
Re–imagining Web analysis as circulation
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Christopher Paul

Volume 9, Number 1 - 5 January 2004
On the economy of Web links: Simulating the exchange process
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Boris Galitsky, Mark Levene

Volume 7, Number 7 - 1 July 2002
After the Dot-Bomb: Getting Web Information Retrieval Right This Time
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Marcia Bates

Volume 5, Number 5 - 1 May 2000
Helpmate: A multimedia Web teaching framework
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Kevin Curran, Barry Devine

Special Issue #6: Commercial applications of the Internet
Business models of news Web sites: A survey of empirical trends and expert opinion (originally published in June 2003)
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Fred Schiff

Volume 13, Number 3 - 3 March 2008
The Externalities of Search 2.0: The Emerging Privacy Threats when the Drive for the Perfect Search Engine meets Web 2.0
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Michael Zimmer

Volume 10, Number 10 - 3 October 2005
Evaluation of Web access to historical sheet music collections and music–related iconography
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Maurice Wheeler, Mary Venetis

Volume 8, Number 10 - 6 October 2003
Studying special collections and the Web: An analysis of practice
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Lorraine Normore

Volume 7, Number 5 - 6 May 2002
Voices: Bringing Multimedia Museum Exhibits to the World Wide Web
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Matthew Nickerson

Volume 5, Number 5 - 1 May 2000
Reflective collaborative learning on the Web: Drawing on the master class
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Karen Ruhleder, Michael Twidale

Special Issue #6: Commercial applications of the Internet
Trust Management on the World Wide Web (originally published in June 1998)
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Rohit Khare, Adam Rifkin

Volume 10, Number 8 - 1 August 2005
Characteristics, uniqueness and overlap of information sources linked from North American public library Web sites
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Chandra Prabha, Raymond Irwin

Volume 8, Number 10 - 6 October 2003
Where am I and who are 'we'?: Self-representation and the intersection of gender and ethnicity on the Web
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Linda Leung

Volume 7 Number 3 - 4 March 2002
A Mythic Perspective of Commodification on the World Wide Web
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Glendal Robinson

Volume 5, Number 3 - 6 March 2000
Using the World Wide Web to enhance classroom instruction
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Norman Mathew, Maryanne Dohery-Poirier

Volume 11, Number 9 — 4 September 2006
False Web memories: A case study on finding information about Andrei Broder
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Judit Bar-Ilan

Volume 2, Number 10 - 6 October 1997
Mining the Web: Techniques for Bridging the Gap between Content Producers and Consumers
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Kris Hirst

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Web is Social

First Monday has a special issue on web 2.0. An interesting collection of articles from both sides of web 2.0 debate.

Michael Zimmer writes in the introductory article, "But Web 2.0 also embodies a set of unintended consequences, including the increased flow of personal information across networks, the diffusion of one’s identity across fractured spaces, the emergence of powerful tools for peer surveillance, the exploitation of free labor for commercial gain, and the fear of increased corporatization of online social and collaborative spaces and outputs."

I am reading the essays in the issue (Just reproducing the contents below)

Volume 13, Number 3 - 3 March 2008
Table of Contents

Preface: Critical Perspectives on Web 2.0 HTML
Michael Zimmer
Market Ideology and the Myths of Web 2.0 Abstract HTML
Trebor Scholz
Web 2.0: An argument against convergence Abstract HTML
Matthew Allen
Interactivity is Evil! A critical investigation of Web 2.0 Abstract HTML
Kylie Jarrett
Loser Generated Content: From Participation to Exploitation Abstract HTML
Søren Mørk Petersen
The Externalities of Search 2.0: The Emerging Privacy Threats when the Drive for the Perfect Search Engine meets Web 2.0 Abstract HTML
Michael Zimmer
Online Social Networking as Participatory Surveillance Abstract HTML
Anders Albrechtslund
History, Hype, and Hope: An Afterward HTML
David Silver

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