The Attention Economy...
...And The Net
by Michael H. Goldhaber
In the Internet Information Age, what counts most is what is most scarce now -- your attention. Get to know the New Economics.How To Write For The Web
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by John Morkes and Jakob Nielsen, Sun Microsystems
Studies of how users read on the Web found that they do not actually read: instead, they scan the text. Now there's no excuse for unreadable Web sites.Global Internet Statistics By Language...
...Rather Than Geography
by Euro Marketing
People who speak the same language form their own online community no matter what country they live in. All figures are in millions.The UCLA Online Institute for Cyberspace Law and Policy
Top Cyberspace Law Cases Of 1998 and 1997
by Prof. Jerry Kang, UCLA School of Law
These cases deal with online sleaze, defamatory postings, encryption policy, trademarks, spam and domain names ownership. It's not every day you can watch new law being made.Internet Hoaxes
Computer Incident Advisory Capability
by U.S. Department of Energy
Don't believe what you hear about that Good Times email message. Learn the truth about Internet virus scares, chain letters and more. Your tax dollars do work.