Volume 21, Number 5 - 2 May 2016

Table of Contents

The Internet at the eco-village: Performing sustainability in the twenty-first century HTML
Teresa Cerratto-Pragman, Daniel Pragman, Bonnie Nardi
A scholarly divide: Social media, Big Data, and unattainable scholarship HTML
Asta Zelenkauskaite, Erik P. Bucy
Fifty shades of open HTML
Jeffrey Pomerantz, Robin Peek
How relevant is copyright to online artists? A qualitative study of understandings, coping strategies, and possible solutions HTML
Liz Dowthwaite, Robert J. Houghton, Richard Mortier
The players of micro-dating: Individual and gender differences in goal orientations toward micro-dating apps HTML
Christopher J. Carpenter, Bree McEwan
Incoded counter-conduct: What the incarcerated can teach us about resisting mass surveillance HTML
Jessa Lingel, Aram Sinnreich
Tackling complexity in an interdisciplinary scholarly network: Requirements for semantic publishing HTML
Nora Schmidt
Excerpts from How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet HTML
Benjamin Peters


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