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The Human Dimensions of Information Technology

May 2003 - The Human Dimensions of Information TechnologyWe are all influenced by our environment, and that has changed radically with the development of information technology. How are those changes impacting? How are we using technologies? Do we have options in its use or is technology driving the agenda?

Shared tragedy and mediated grief: television as collective witnessing
by Tara Brabazon - 26/05/2003
Don't criticise the effects of video games on kids, exploit them!
by Jeff Brand - 26/05/2003
Something happened on the way to the ©: open source as social innovation
by Tom Graves - 19/05/2003
We all have human frailties - there's no such thing as a 'dumb mistake'
by Alinta Thornton - 12/05/2003
Technology is a contest of ideas - we should all get involved in the contest
by Sherman Young - 12/05/2003
Cybercrime: a natural human adaptation of information technology
by Bernie Matthews - 5/05/2003
Internet privacy and security: airstrip one, brave new world or what else?
by Peter Chen - 5/05/2003
Questions for Australia's Internet history and its broadband future
by Gerard Goggin - 5/05/2003 - 1 comment
Government should force the IT industry to bridge the data divide
by Len Caune - 5/05/2003
Human networks rule because we are fundamentally creatures of community
by Mark Randell - 2/05/2003

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