[Air-l] Web death ?

Rachel Harris rachel at inspire-research.co.uk
Wed May 18 03:15:50 PDT 2005

Hi Denise

There's a chapter in Design for Community
(http://designforcommunity.com/) that may be of interest: "Killing your
community". It's been out for a while, but could be useful.

All the best 

Dr Rachel A Harris
Inspire Research Ltd 
Tel   44 141 959 1542
Email rachel at inspire-research.co.uk
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Subject: [Air-l] Web death ?

Dear Air-ers -

I was trying to recall a paper given at Toronto that
viewed the life & death of an online community.  I
believe it was called Everquest???? but now I'm not

Anyone who presented at Toronto on the life & death of
an online community would you be so kind as to give
the name of your paper here or send it to me off list.

I am using it to illustrate the impermanence of online communities - any
other references to 'off-line' or dead communities would be greatly

Thanks, Denise

Denise N. Rall, PhD candidate, School of Environ. Science, Southern
Cross University, Lismore NSW 2480 
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