First Monday Sep.2006

First Monday
Vol.11 No.9 (Sep.2006)

Craig A. Depken, II
Who supports Internet censorship?

Amanda Spink, Helen Partridge, and Bernard J. Jansen
Sexual and pornographic Web searching: Trends analysis

John Carlo Bertot, Paul T. Jaeger, Lesley A. Langa, and Charles R. McClure
Public access computing and Internet access in public libraries: The role of public libraries in e–government and emergency situations

Patricia G. Lange
What is your claim to flame?

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

Raym Crow
Publishing cooperatives: An alternative for non–profit publishers

Giliam de Valk, Brian Martin
Publicly shared intelligence

Robert Latham
Knowledge and governance in the digital age: The politics of monitoring planetary life

Adrienne Russell
Covering music file–sharing and the future of innovation

Tom Cross
Puppy smoothies: Improving the reliability of open, collaborative wikis

Judit Bar–Ilan
False Web memories: A case study on finding information about Andrei Broder

Jeff Axup and Stephen Viller
Sampling mobile opinion: A contextual postcard questionnaire study

David M. Berry and Giles Moss
The politics of the libre commons