Internet & Technology
I will be attending the eleventh Oxford Internet Institute’s Summer Doctoral Program (OII SDP) that will be held at University of Toronto, Faculty of Information (i-school) from 8-19 July 2013.
Peter Lang has published a book entitled Nexus: New Intersections in Internet Research. The book is a collection of research papers written by attendees of the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) Summer Doctoral Program 2009 that was held in Brisbane, Australia.
The Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Program for 2009 was held from 6-17 July in QUT Brisbane, Australia has just finished. I was fortunate enough to be accepted in the program and attend with a scholarship from CCI.
25 years ago Richard Stallman started the GNU (”Gnu’s Not Unix”) project to create a computer operating system like Unix (then ascendant in computer labs like the one Stallman worked in), but with source code free for programmers to run, study, share, and improve.
I will discuss below two problems that may have a severe effect on the development of the internet. Spam and network diversity relate in one-way or another to each other.
The internet has revolutionized the way humans disseminate ideas, share knowledge and build upon existing scholarship of thoughts.