[Air-l] internet in everyday life

Serge Courrier Serge.Courrier at pobox.com
Thu Dec 13 08:29:06 PST 2001


Thank you for all these precisions.

I'll certainly mention some other publications you wrote in the past.
Two month ago, I already talked about your "Computer Networks As Social
Networks" article in Psychologie Magazine).

Best regards

Serge

PS : I regularly crawl your publication page with my "alert software"
(BullsEye tracker).

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----- Message d'origine -----
De : "Barry Wellman" <wellman at chass.utoronto.ca>
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Envoyé : mardi 11 décembre 2001 21:01
Objet : [Air-l] internet in everyday life


> Another addition to some of the questions originally raised by Kraut
et al
> in the Internet Paradox is the set of 10 papers in "The Internet in
> Everyday Life," edited by Caroline Haythornthwaite and myself, and
> published in American Behavioral Scientist, Nov 2001. There's lots of
> solid meat in there.
>
>  Barry
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