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History Of The World Wide Web : This paper provides an overview of the development of the internet and the world wide web, providing a great deal of technical information in 9 pages. In addition to the evolution of this widely used phenomenon, current application in terms of business, entertainment and education are noted as well. Bibliography lists 5 sources. WWW.wps

The History of the WWW : A 7 page paper tracing the history of the world wide web - how it started, why, and how it has evolved to its present state, as well as the future outlook for the web. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Webhist.wps

The Internet and How it is Used : 10 pages in length. A thorough discussion of the Internet and its use. Explained are the various pieces of equipment necessary for access, the availability of on-line services, the usefulness of features such as e-mail & real-time chat, web browsers, and the impact that the Internet will have on our future. Numerous terms are defined. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Internet.wps

The Internet / Wave of the Future : A 14 page exploration of the history, makeup, common usage, and recent and proposed developments of the Internet. Bibliography lists eight sources. Interntw.wps

Review Of "The Information Web: Ethical And Social Implications Of Computer Networking" : A 5 page review of this compilation of essays edited by Carol Gould.
As the title implies, the essays contained in the book are generally of a non-technical nature, and it is written primarily for the non-technical audience. Published in 1989, several of the essays are disturbing in their accurate predictions of the abuses of information that could be possible without proper safeguards. Bibliography lists 1 source. CompEthic.wps

Marshall McLuhan & the Internet as Global Village : It can be argued that author Marshall McLuhan was a man before his times, and his social perspectives on the emerging trends in technological development and man’s interactions with the media were considered copious at best when he developed his premises in the early 1960s. But the transformation of the world through the integration of the media and technology and the emergence of the Internet as the foremost component of the global community underscores the primary arguments that McLuhan developed. This 6 page paper considers the major premises of McLuhan and then reflects the nature of current society and the impacts of McLuhan’s early predictions. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Mcluhan2.wps

Internet Addiction : This 8 page paper describes and explores the subject of Internet addiction. Several areas are discussed including cases concerning child neglect and infidelity. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Intaddct.wps

Electronic Communication – A New Language and a New Way of Communicating : This 14 page report discusses the advent of electronic communication and the ways it has changed the interactions between millions of people. Discussion forums can and are built around a specific topic or area of interest and allows participants to post messages that others can read at a later time. Such a process applies to the business world, as well as academics and, increasingly, personal interactions. As a result, a new language, etiquette, and frame of reference have developed which has developed into its own unique world. Bibliography lists 12 sources. BWchat.rtf

A Comparison of Five Web Sites / News on the Web, A Shift in Media Format : A 6 page overview of web-based news services with specific comparison and contrast of five such services. Concludes that while the format of each, being limited by the confines of HTML, is similar editorial content can vary significantly. Bibliography lists two sources. Webnews.wps

Publishing On The Internet : A 15 page research paper that looks at how to go about establishing a site on the Internet from the standpoint of an individual and also from that of a large company. The writer discusses the various software packages available to facilitate this and also what hardware is necessary. Topics also covered include basic terminology, what makes a good site, and new developments in the field of Internet publishing. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Netpub.wps

The Digital Revolution & Public Relations : Public relations is evaluated in the light of the Digital Revolution in this 15 page paper. Each concept is clearly defined and the role digital technology plays in the life of the PR practitioner is evaluated. Several companies used as examples include McNeil, Jack In The Box and McDonald’s. McNeil’s handling of the several Tylenol scares is discussed extensively and many references to its Web site have been made. Bibliography lists more than a dozen sources. Prelatio.wps

Two Revolutions In Sharing Information—The Printing Press & The Internet :
A five page paper discussing and comparing the invention of the printing press with the "invention" of the Internet. Both creations have had enormous impact on human communication. Quite literally, humanity had and has never seen something like it before. Bibliography lists six sources. Press.wps

Academic Innovation & The World Wide Web : A 10 page paper that provides an overview of the current application of technology, especially the World Wide Web, in schools, colleges and universities. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Schoolww.wps

Gender Differences In Internet Usage & Computer Phobia : Fear of computers is deemed as the main reason women avoid the internet in this 6 page paper on gender differences. Statistics reveal that more men are using the internet as society encourages males to pursue the sciences, while discouraging females. Solutions to the problem are explored. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Compgend.wps

Education and the Internet : A thoroughly-researched 20 page paper on education and The Internet. The writer examines on-line degree programs, on-line academic assistance, Internet research, the Home Education Resource Network (HOMER), and more. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Intntedu.wps

Distance Learning : This 10 page research paper examines the pros and cons of distance learning. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Distance.wps

Distance Learning History : A short 4 page research paper documenting the history of distance learning, some relevant programs, and its outlook for the future. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Distlear.wps

Distance Learning and The Internet : 15 pages in length. In this thorough examination of the 'distance learning' phenomenon, the writer begins with a review of the literature that reveals a wide-spread interest in using the Internet for education-from-home purposes. Older methods appear to be eclipsed by the exciting possibilities offered by the abundant information available on the Internet. Also discussed : How programs are proliferating at all levels of education, but are not yet available in all schools because of a lack of funding, equipment, structured programs and trained teachers. The technology is defined, explained, and government agencies involved in helping the "movement" are discussed in detail. Bibliography lists 15+ sources-- many from the World Wide Web ! Learnint.wps

Distance Learning And On-line University Classes: Start-up, Licensing And Establishment Issues In Germany : This 5 page paper considers the increasing prevalence of on-line distance learning created by American Universities and the issues related to offering on-line courses to students in foreign countries. This paper considers the problems related to establishing these business, franchising and the possible government involvement in these projects related specifically to issues in Germany. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Germdist.wps

Virtual Universities / Classes & Colleges ? : A 20 page overview covering background and socio-economic issues surrouding students, faculty, institutions, virtual university corporations and a smattering of the viewpoint from international educators. Includes humor, in quotes, and the viewpoint from a professor that probably shocked the educational establishment. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Virtualu.wps

The Use Of The Web & Internet In Higher Education : A 15 page paper that provides an overview of the emergence of the use of the Internet and Web-based educational formats and services as a means of enhancing higher education. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Webed.doc

Education, Computers, & The Future : A 10 page report on 'education in the future.' Sub-topics include the role of the Internet, distance learning, knowledge-based systems, interactive multimedia, and several case studies. Excellent for those studying education or technology. Bibliography lists 10+ sources. Educfutu.wps

Learning Theories & The Domain Of Computers : A 6 page paper discussing learning and associated theories, concepts, and domains. Two learning theories are examined; constructivism and mastery learning. Their concepts are then applied to appropriate model of instruction within the broad-based domain of computer training and education. Bibliography lists ten sources. Domain.doc

The Gorgon Medusa And The Perseus Project Web Site : This 6 page report the Perseus Project Website (www/perseus/tufts.edu) along with the information found there about the gorgon Medusa. The information found at the site is detailed as well as other information about the gorgon Medusa and the different stories relating to the myth. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gorgon2.wps

Cyberspace & Its Negative Impact On Language : A 3 page essay expressing the opinion that cyberspace will destroy languages as they are written today, as evidenced by grammatical errors, revisions in typography, and an obsession with visual images over textual images. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Cybrlang.wps

Neil Postman’s "Technopoly"/ Technology Damaging Communication : A 5 page paper examining Postman’s book. Author Neil Postman is certain that the age of technology will be the end of any ability of communicating with one another that we now currently retain. He laments the passing of the tool-using age without acknowledging that rather than abandoning the use of tools, we are further embracing them, though in modified form. Though he raises valid concerns, he never quite finishes a thought or arrives at a logical, well-considered conclusion. Bibliography lists 1 source. Technopy.doc

The Judgement of Thamus : This is a 5 page paper that reviews the essay "Judgement of Thamus" by Neil Postman in terms of Postman's presentation on the concept of the role of technology in education and information dispersal. No additional sources cited. Thamus.wps

Video On Demand : A 9 page discussion of video on demand. Addresses how television will be changed to support the emerging technology and considerations such as narrowcasting, new applications which will be implemented, and the incorporation into on-line systems. Emphasizes existing use in education. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Vdemand.wps

FTP - File Transfer Protocol : The importance of FTP is discussed in this 7 page research paper. Its role in relationship to the development of the Internet is also explored. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Ftp.wps

Hyper Text Mark up Language (HTML) : An 8 page paper defining, explaining, and discussing the use and significance of HTML language in Internet-related technology. HTML is the language with which web pages are designed. The writer examines new programming trends, features, improvements, and techniques for making "a web page worthy of mention." Bibliography lists 8 sources. Html.wps

Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) : A 5 page paper discussing VRML, what it is, how it works and what the future of it is. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Vrml.doc

JAVA for HTML Programmers : A 12 page examination of Java and its importance to web programmers in bringing about a [new] multi-faceted platform for Internet multimedia and other applications. The writer defines Java and then explicates those things that distinguish it from all others. Features, technical advantages, and the various extensions available for building Java applets are explored. The paper's conclusion contains a brief look at the possible future. Bibliography lists approximately 14 sources. Java.wps

GIF : Graphic Interchange Format : A 7 page paper that describes the functions of GIF in the development of images for the Internet. The use of GIF for animation is effective because of the simplicity of the format as well as the small files that GIF creates. Within the scope of this paper is also consideration of competitors of GIF, including JPEG, as well as new developments in GIF technolgy. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Gif.wps

Computer Art : A 15 page overview of the phenomena of computer generated art and the controversy which it has created. Concludes that the use of the new medium is no more contradictory than the use of any new medium which has evolved over the history of art. Identifies the field of electronic art as one which is necessary for artist to familiarize themselves with and to take advantage of if they too are to move into the future. Bibliography lists 10 sources. CompArt.wps

Internet Browsers’ Telecommunications Capabilities : An 8 page paper discussing the abilities of the products of the two most popular Internet browsers providers, Microsoft and Netscape. As the browsers increase in their visibility, it is likely that they will be judged less on obvious tasks, being judged instead on ease of use and the degree of user-friendliness they can offer. At the root of that ease of use and user-friendliness is a solid grounding in communications abilities, and the way chosen by the consumer could well be put off until after the millennium. After that, the mechanics of kinds and types of tasks the browsers will be firmly set unless the browsers evolve into their own class of operating system. Otherwise, their prime point of competition could well become centered in their telecommunications abilities. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Browsers.wps

The Impact Of Digital Imagery On Copyright Laws : A 10 page research paper on the complicated issue of how to alter copyright laws to protect digital imagery on the Internet and elsewhere. Bibliography included. Digimcop.wps

Designing a Brochure on the Desktop : A 15 page paper looking at the process of creating a promotional brochure from the designer’s point of view. Covered are such topics as brochure types, design psychology, and the intricacies of the printing process in today’s age of pre-press technology. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Desktop.wps

Computer Graphics In The Movies : A 5 page essay on how the modern film industry now uses 3D computer graphics to create special effects instead of more traditional methods. Bibliography lists 4 sources. 3dgrap.wps

"Video On Demand" : 7 pages in length. Video on demand was posited to give customers access to a wealth of video services, and allow them to watch a wide variety of programs of their choosing. Concentration is placed on the emerging technologies into online systems. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Videodem.wps

Creating Dynamic Web Sites & Database Design : When the Internet and World Wide Web were first created, they were designed a research tools and for the distribution of information through information systems networks. But as the use of the Web has become increasingly more complex, the focus on Web pages and their design has initiated a number of major changes. Initially, static Web pages were common, but the focus in recent years has been on the development of dynamic Web pages which are linked to databases and allow for the integration of information on a number of different levels. This 12 page paper reflects the development of dynamic Web sites, considers the processes involved, and also provides an overview of the components of linked databases and their importance. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Dynweb.wps

IP Multicasting / A Comprehensive Overview : A 10 page technical overview of IP multicasting, including a thorough explanation multicasting and its technological functions in internets, intranets and ethernets, the basis of the current internet servers, older multicasting hardware and software, and new "revolutionary" multicasting hardware and software. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Multicas.wps

History of Modems : A 5 page research paper in which the writer discusses the history of modems including how modems are used. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Histmod.wps

ZMODEM Technology : A 10 page examination of the file transfer protocol known as ZMODEM. Its history, application, and efficiency are discussed. A brief background is provided on it predecessors MODEM, XMODEM, and YMODEM. Bibliography includes six sources. Zmodem.wps

Cable Modems : A 10 page overview of cable modems, including history, speed, cost, price to consumers, technological advancements, and competitor information. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Cblmodem.wps

Site Selection For A New High-Tech Company : This 5 page report discusses the possibilities, problems, and decisions to be made for the best location for an up-and- coming software company. Three possible sites are considered and the process involved in making the decision is outlined. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Sitesele.wps

The Internet & Electronic Commerce : A 6 page, definitive overview of electronic commerce and the role the Internet in plays in facilitating faster banking and other transactions. Predictions of the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) are examined as are the views of other leading financial authorities. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Internetcm.wps

Electronic Commerce & Financial Success : A 10 page paper on the benefits of implementing electronic commerce. Examples of key businesses are illustrated. The point is made that in today’s world, a business must become involved in electronic commerce in order to profit and succeed - while remaining competitive. A section on government and business is also included. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Ecinbiz.wps

Electronic Commerce’s Impact : A 5 page paper discussing the growing importance of Internet commerce. By the early 1990s it had become apparent that the growing Internet held great promise for those companies that wished to sell their wares to a larger potential market than they had previously been able to address. There were dreams of consumers purchasing nearly all their routine goods online, from groceries to clothing. To date, that early vision has not materialized. Internet commerce has not grown into the virtual mall that early marketers had hoped, but it has become increasingly important in the financial futures of thousands of companies all around the world. Bibliography lists 12 sources. E-Commrc.wps internet commerce

Internet Commerce : A 10 page paper discussing Internet commerce and digital economy technologies such as encryption technologies and secure-site technologies. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Intcomm.wps electronic commerce

Information Technology & The Banking Industry : This 5 page paper examines the digital revolution in the context of the commercial banking industry. The past, present and future are discussed in terms of how information technology has revolutionized an old institution. The Michigan National Bank and Citicorp are highlighted as industry leaders. The use of ATM’s, truncation, and home banking is included in the overview. Bibliography lists 7 sources. IT.wps

Online Investing : A 9 page paper looking at the reinvention of at least one of the financial wheels of our society. Ettorre says, "At intermittent junctures in history, such earth-shattering and revolutionary advances occur that they wipe out what has gone before or change it so profoundly that the world is never the same again. Once our ancestors dimly realized that it was easier to roll something than to drag it…we humans were on our way." It would appear that the same magnitude of change is occurring in investment habits. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Investon.wps

EDI / Costs & Efficiency : A 5 page research paper on electronic data interchange (EDI), its discovery and evolution over three decades. The writer discusses EDI in terms of electronic trade documentation uses and processes, with focus on manufacturing and shipping. Implementation and ongoing costs are also discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Edicost.wps

The Technological & Scientific Implications of "Digital Economy/ Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence," by Don Tapscott : A 5 page overview of the scientific and technological implications of the new "digital economy" as revealed in the 1996 book by Don Tapscott. Concentrates on the advantages of computer networking. No additional sources cited. Digital2.wps

Privacy Law In The Workplace / Employee Rights And The Use Of Technology The insurgence of computers in the workplace and the development of high technology monitoring devices and surveillance systems have changed the work environment in corporate America. In attempts to evaluate worker performance, reduce loss due to employee theft and the transfer of confidential or important company information and determine how corporate information systems equipment is being utilized, companies have begun to implement complex surveillance systems and pursued access to information stored on computer systems and information sent via e-mail. This 20 page paper considers the legal ramifications of these modifications, which often determine breeches in employee rights to privacy and also evaluates possible protocols for allowing for access to important information without violating employee rights. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Privtech.wps

Pretty Good Privacy : 7 pages in length. The writer discusses the Pretty Good Privacy, an innovative encryption program for computers, which allows email messages to be sent without fear of invasion of privacy. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Prettyp.wps

E-mail Privacy & Business Ethics / Perceptions of Privacy and The Development of Privacy Standards In the Workplace : An 8 page paper that provides an overview of the issues related to the use of e-mail in the workplace and the complexities of perceptions related to privacy and ethics. This paper brings together current perceptions and proposes possible guidelines for implementing privacy standards. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Emaileth.wps

Internet vs. Freedom of Speech : A 40 page research paper on the Communications Decency Act, various laws of the European Union concerning censorship on the internet, and legal cases related to various issues. The writer details the law in the United States regarding Freedom of speech and the Internet, the Communications Decency Act and the recent court battles over its constitutionality, as well as international parallels to it. Bibliography lists 21 sources. Internfs.wps

Censoring the Internet : A 5 page argument against censoring the Internet. The main focus of the paper deals with the issue of pornography on the Internet since this is the subject with the most attention and conflict. Pornography is a freedom of speech and while we do not want our children to watch, or see, it, this does not mean we should restrict others. Adults should be responsible for what the children have access to and as such this should be the primary method of censorship. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Nonet.wps

Pornography On The Internet : A 6 page paper discussing the potential for harm to children through pornographic materials available on the Internet. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Netporn.wps

Censoring Pornography on the Internet : A comprehensive 12 page discussion of Internet pornography, law, & society in which the author proposes (1) that morality on the Internet should be equal to morality in the "real world" and therefore (2) on-line censorship should be limited only to reflecting off-line laws. If some pictured act of sex is legal in a certain society then according to this argument, it should be legal on the 'net as well. Laws, logical arguments, and recent U.S. Supreme Court examples are analytically presented. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Intporn.wps

Internet Pornography / Trying to Censor the Impossible : A 6 page analytical discussion of pornography and Internet censorship. The writer questions whether we can truly expect to effectively govern something as broad-based and with boundaries as undefined as the 'Net and cites various case examples to support all points made. It is posited that "cyberspace" is a mere reflection of society and can not be politically suppressed with any success. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Intncen.wps

Sex on the Internet -- A Problem for American Society : A 7 page essay on the problem of what to do about sexually explicit material on the Internet. The writer examines the issue from the perspective of what to do to limit access by minors as well as the overall question of censorship of pornographic materials for adults. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Netsex.doc

The Supreme Court & The Communications Decency Act : A 7 page paper on the "repeal" of the Telecommunications Decency Act. The paper presents the main points of Attorney Janet Reno's argument, the main points of the ACLU's counterarguments, and the Justices agreement with the ACLU's main points of argument: freedom of speech, ambiguous protection, case law discrepancies. The paper also discusses dissenting opinion. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Telact.wps

U.S. v. Jake Baker : A 5 page essay on the free speech implications (Internet) of the results of the pretrial hearing in this case. The writer argues that since the case did not go to trial, the court's findings were supportive of First Amendment rights. These rights are discussed in light of the three points of proof raised by Judge Cohn at the pretrial hearing. Bibliography lists 1 source. Comdecy.wps

Obscenity : A 5 page paper analyzing the conviction of Robert Thomas for interstate transmission of pornography and its implications for free speech, particularly with concern for the Internet. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Obscen.wps

Internet Censorship : This 6 page paper explores both sides of the Internet censorship issue. A number of social and political arugments are considered. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Intcen.wps

Internet Censorship and Unfairness : A relatively short, but detailed 7 page analysis of the unfairness of Internet censorship and the unconstitutionality of the Communications Decency Act. The writer argues quite persuasively against censorship on the 'net. Bibliography lists 8 sources to support arguments. Intrntcn.wps

Internet Censorship / Shoot the Messenger : A 6 page essay comparing two articles on the topic of Internet censorship. The Communications Decency Act, as part of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, was signed into law in February, 1996. One of these articles was published in April, one in May of the same year, and both explore some of the implications that such censorship entails. In June of the same year, a panel of Federal judges blocked the law by labeling it unconstitutional, a move that will likely be in appeal for some time to come. Bibliography includes two sources, the full text of both sources is included. Censor.wps

The Implausibility Censorship On The Internet : This 5 page paper argues that even if lawmakers wanted to regulate pornography on the Internet, they would have difficulty doing so. This emerging topic in the telecommunications industry is important as not only does it touch on freedom of speech and child protection issues but it broaches on the very powerlessness of the governments around the world as they try to corral something that perhaps cannot be controlled. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Censin.wps

European Information Policies : A 17 page paper on the issue of communications in the European communities. A description of Europe’s participation as well as many examples of possible initiatives is included. A discussion of the Green Paper on the Convergence of the separate sectors of communications is discussed. In addition there is some information offered as to some current technological decisions as they relate to the European communities such as issues surrounding other technological items that are prevalent in the United States. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Ecommun.wps

The Development of Telecommunications : A 5 page paper that considers the monopolies, changing telecommunication needs, and the impact of legal processes, including the Telecommunications Act of 1996, on the status of the telecommunications industry. This paper reflects on the business history of AT&T and the Baby Bells as a means of exploring the impact of legislative changes on the history and development of the telecommunications industry. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Devtele.wps

Telecommunications Act of 1996 : A 14 page research paper which examines the ramifications of the 1996 Telecom Act which served to reform all aspects of the telecommunications industry. This legislation tore down many of these governmental barriers. Local and long-distance phone companies, broadcast and cable TV companies, computer companies, etc. were all cut loose from previous restrictions and were finally free to compete-or cooperate-as they, and their respective technologies, saw fit. The writer relates what has happened as a result of this new law thus far. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Teleact96.wps

Telecommunications Act : This 5 page paper provides an overview on Telecommunications Acts, with a focus on cases resulting from the 1996 legislation. The paper concludes that such laws have not been effective. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Telact96.wps

Telecommunications Act of 1996 : This 6 page paper outlines the law and explores legislation prompted by its existence. Failures of the act’s intent are noted and the focus is on the major portion of the law which attempts to deregulate the industry and inspire competition and lower prices. Also included is a portion on the Communications Decency Act which is part of the 1996 legislation. Bibliography lists 13 sources. 96act.wps

Deregulation in the Telecommunications Industry : A 7 page research paper on the Telecommunications Act of 1996, and recent developments in the industry. The writer details the provisions of the Act, the moves toward merger among the large companies, and critics reactions to them. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Telereg.wps

Deregulation Of Telecommunications : A 5 page paper discussing the deregulation of the telecommunications industry in the US and the UK, citing the merits of deregulation. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Teleco.wps

Telecommunications Deregulation / Microsoft’s $1 Billion Investment In Comcast : A 10 page paper on some of the effects of the 1996 Telecommunications Deregulation and Reform Act. When the first phase of industry deregulation went into effect in 1992, some of the largest phone companies rushed to become cable companies also, but only a few succeeded in making their ventures profitable. Microsoft’s investment in Comcast in 1997 marked the first large-scale attempt to capitalize on deregulation by a related, rather than direct segment of the telecommunications industry. Bibliography lists more than a dozen sources. Comcast.wps

Regulation and The Internet : 9 pages in length. An insightful look at Internet regulation, decency, the F.C.C., and U.S. civil liberties since the passing of the Communications Decency Act (CDA). Relevant laws in other countries are examined as well. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Internre.wps

"Why We Need to Develop the National Information Infrastructure" : An 8 page comprehensive analysis of how desperately we are in need of a National Information Structure when considering how truly unorganized the Internet actually is. Thoughts and theories of various experts in the field are discussed, analyzed, and cited with great attention to detail. The writer posits that broadband (ISDN) is one of the most viable means through which to facilitate high-speed communications. Bibliography lists 5 sources. FREE outline included ! Internetif.wps

Regulation of The National Information Infrastructure : This 10 page research paper discusses the expanding use and importance of the internet as a rationale for supporting government regulation of a National Information Infrastructure (NII). Specifically examined is the question of whether such regulation should ultimately be the responsibility of government or private industry. The Clinton Action Plan for the development of the NII is outlined and discussed as well. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Natinfor.wps

Is Your Information Safe? : A 6 page paper questioning whether information stored in a computer is safe. The writer describes the various methods by which a hacker can gain access to a system and warns of the dangers to PC users. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Infsafe.wps

New Technologies And The Human Resource Professional / A Good Match :
A 5 page paper dealing with the importance of the Internet and computerized database access to the field of human resources, specifically in job recruitment and career counseling. The paper looks at Craig Hickman’s eight criteria for a successful, empowering technology and demonstrates how the use of Internet technologies in the human resource field fulfills all criteria. Bibliography lists seven sources. Human.wps

Strategic Alignment & IT’s Changing Role : A 20 page research paper. Information Technology (IT) has been called the number one industry in the country when it is considered as an entity all its own. In recent years, IT has become as important in strategic planning for the astute as it has been in tracking historical data in the past, and is an integral part of the evolution of the Strategic Alignment Model (SAM). SAM’s business is to provide a tool by which businesses can best allocate available resources for the tasks that are imperative in their operation while simultaneously achieving a strategic fit that best serves their interests in business planning. Bibliography lists 18 sources. Stratal.wps

Cryptology, Cryptography and Electronic Security : A 10 page research paper describing cryptology. Simply put, cryptology is a part of the larger classification of number theory, and provides the mathematical foundation upon which the science of cryptography is built. Cryptography is high-level encryption science used primarily to ensure privacy in our increasingly electronic age. Electronic messages, personal data, governmental security issues and secret industrial work are all appropriate candidates for encrypting, and all routinely are in some form or another when based in electronic media. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Crypto.wps

Cryptography & The Issue Of Internet Security : A 5 page overview of the importance of Internet users being able to depend on the safety and security of the information they both transmit and receive. Discusses cryptography as a workable solution to the problem of Internet security and contrasts it to the less effective TCP/IP. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Crysc.wps

Internet Security / Threats, Measures, Security Management & Policies :
A 12 page paper that provides a concise and analytical overview of the components of the problem of addressing Internet security. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Intrsecu.wps

Feminism On The Internet : A 10 page research paper which explores how feminism has successfully used the Internet as a means of for providing needed information on a variety of gender-related topics, and also as a forum for dialogues which explore topical issues relating to feminism. The writer demonstrates how the feminist sites on the net make use of links to provide a branching network of information that is extraordinarily comprehensive. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Femnet.wps

The Internet’s Role in Shaping American Democracy Analyzed : This 14 page research paper explores the increasing prominence of the Internet in the American democratic process by influencing public opinion and encouraging voter participation. Specifically discussed are the 1996 Presidential campaigns’ historic use of the Internet and considers whether the Internet exerts a positive or negative influence on the promotion of democracy. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Netdemo.rtf

Political Campaigns and the Internet : A 5 page paper that reviews the contemporary use of the Internet in the '96 Presidential Campaign and discusses briefly the benefits of future use of the Internet for political information. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Polinet.wps

Health Care and the Internet : A 5 page paper that looks at the importance of Internet services on health care. The paper first looks at the way health care providers utilize the Internet and the special concerns of this process. Then the author describes the way the Internet can be utilized by individuals to promote self-care. Bibliography lists 5 sources. FREE outline included ! Mednet.wps

The Internet & Business : An 11 page research paper which explores the business implications offered by marketing on the Internet. The writer includes such topics as possible problems, predicted growth of Internet marketing, potentials for international marketing, and others. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Netbus2.wps

The Internet’s Effect On Small, But International Business : An 8 page paper discussing the Internet’s contribution to the success of small business in the international market. Early hopes of Internet-based commerce have not proven themselves to be the route that such commerce was expected to take, but the growth of the Internet and its associated technology have become the lifeblood of many tiny businesses that otherwise would have remained tabletop businesses with only local influence. The most successful Internet ventures have been weighted to the advantage of products over services, but each has seen growth. The advent of the secure electronic transaction has relieved the fears of many who formerly were would-be purchasers that have now joined the growing numbers of consumers and businesses taking advantage of the opportunities of the Internet. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Interbus.wps

Marketing & The Internet : In this 4 page essay, the writer looks at the impact that telecommunications have had upon marketing. An overview of the Internet and on-line services is complemented by several case examples of successful business ventures. The point is kept simple. Bibliography lists 8+ sources. Mktginrt.wps

Marketing & The Internet # 2 : A 12 page research paper on how the Internet has changed marketing in a revolutionary sense. Several case examples of home businesses are provided and a brief overview of how on-line communications take place is provided. The role of such things as e-mail, marketing auto-responders, etc.;- -are analyzed in considerable detail. The writer presents the "pros & cons" of establishing a business on the Internet and provides information on those things which anyone should consider before pursuing such a venture. Bibliography lists approximately 12 sources. Mktginr2.wps

Marketing & The Internet # 3 : 10 pages in length. A basic overview of what marketing on the Internet is, how it works, and what the benefits provided by it are. The writer also presents several key issues to consider such as Internet security, costs involved, alternative to credit cards, and uniqueness of methods to consider when marketing on-line. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Mktginr3.wps

Marketing On The Internet # 4 : A 14 page research paper examining the past and anticipated growth of Internet commerce. Included are discussions of prior mobility restrictions of customers and the ease by which their governments could impose import restrictions, alliances between worldwide companies, such as IBM and MasterCard, to facilitate Internet marketing and increase security of transactions. Also discussed are some of the types of businesses involved in Internet commerce and outgrowth industries directly resulting from the growth of sales on the Internet, such as consulting companies devoted to increasing sales and outside site developers. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Netbus.wps

Industrial Marketing in the 1990s : An 18 page research paper that examines how marketing has changed during the 1990s. Specifically looking at how these changes have impacted IBM and the personal computing industry, the writer analyzes the changing landscape of industrial marketing and the forces that shape today's marketplace. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Indmark.wps

Issues Concerning Internet Regulation : A 9-page paper which talks about various forms of regulation in cyberspace as well as the role of F.C.C. and other agencies. The writer discusses actions being taken in various countries including the United States and then examines their possible implications in the future. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Internre.wps

Y2K / What Does It All Mean? : 21 pages in length. It has been the center of concern and conversation for years; the buzz it has created is unprecedented. For an outsider to assess the situation, one would have no doubt that the world was truly going to come to an end at precisely midnight, January 1, 2000. What is all the furor surrounding this particular date? In a word: Y2K. All throughout the 1990's -- and even earlier than that -- the world's businesses and governments have been focused upon the very possible shutdown of all computerized systems when the new millennium arrives. It seems quite illogical that the mere changing of a year can instigate such a momentous situation; however, as the century is finally coming to a close, people are beginning to realize that there is more than just a little bit of truth to the impending crash. The writer discusses a wide range of topics in relation to the Y2K bug, with particular emphasis upon the banking industry. Bibliography lists 20 sources. TLC_Y2K.wps

Y2K / Economic Impact of the Y2K [Year 2000 Problem] : An 11 page paper that provides a substantive overview of the background behind the problem of computer systems and the year 2000, and considers 3 possible solutions to calming the economic panic swelling and critiques these solutions. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Y2K.wps

Y2K / Year 2000 / Crisis & Management : A 10 page overview of the predicted computer/communications apocalypse and management techniques. The author concentrates on two areas of concern, date coding and the introduction of viruses based on the millenium and other biases. However, the larger view is taken of "mainstream" date coding problems, and considers audit cases and costs. Mitigation focuses on internal and global management of the problem. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Y2kcris.wps

Y2K / Can The Y2K Problem Be Solved In Time? : 10 pages in length. Time has run out. No longer can the world sit idly by in a false sense of security believing that the Y2K problem will be solved prior to reaching midnight on January 1, 2000. Despite intensive displays of technical modification, it can be argued that mankind waited just a bit too long before he truly realized the ramifications of not paying closer attention to the Year 2000 bug. Now that the new millennium is merely months away, the writer discusses the last ditch effort being made on behalf of all the computer systems still out there in circulation that have not been made Year 2000 compliant -- and how many of those are systems that control the very commodities people need to exist. Bibliography lists 9 sources. TLCY2K.wps

Y2K / The Millennium Bug’s Most Obvious Effects : An 8 page paper discussing the average person’s perception of the effects of the Year 2000 computer date problem. Though the problem can be postponed for 50 years with relative ease for most applications, it still remains likely that there will be short-term problems for the individual associated with the turn of the century. Some appliances may not work or not work properly; computer-controlled building maintenance systems may require manual overrides in order to be heated or to have functional elevators; small banks may find data either corrupted or completely gone; grocery stores may temporarily revert to individual pricing and may need to resort to calculators, rather than cash registers, at the checkout. There is no doubt that it will be a nightmare for those businesses and government agencies unprepared for it, but the individual should be affected to a much lesser degree. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Millbug.wps

Y2K / Problem Resolved by Supply & Demand : An 8 page research paper that looks at 3 economic views—laize faire, Keynesian, and supply and demand—and determines that from the evidence, the Year 2000 computer problem is and will continue to be resolved by supply and demand. The author looks at the problem in terms of governmental, corporate and small business costs, and determines that while all three economic views are treating the problem, supply and demand has offered the largest pool of solutions to all entities. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Y2ksuply.wps

Y2K : In 5 pages the author discusses the Y2K Millenium Bug, which affects computers everywhere. The year 2000 Millenium Bug is a big problem. Why? Because everyone's lives are intertwined with computers and computer usage. A person goes to the grocery store and the scanner is automated. Computers are built in to the cash registers. A person gets his or her phone or electric bill. Those bills are computerized. Automobiles are computerized. Large corporations and small businesses alike depend on computers for their daily functioning. Many items contain computer chips, which people don't even think of as computerized. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Bugmill.wps

Y2K / The Y2K Crisis : This 5 page paper discusses the year 2000 computer crisis. The problem as already resulted in computer shut-downs when merchants attempt to scan a credit card with an expiry date of 2000 or beyond. The problem is real and can result in possible mayhem. Why it is a problem and the possible repercussions are discussed from economical, safety, and everyday life perspectives. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Y2Kmore.wps

Y2K: The Year 2000 Problem : This 5 page paper explores the subject of the millennium bug by focusing on two particular articles on the topic. Both pieces address the scope of the concern as being global, and each in its own way present solutions to fix it. The paper also includes the subject of contingency plans. Bibliography lists 2 sources. 2000prob.wps

Y2K / Researching Year 2000 Preparedness : A 5 page paper discussing a proposal for addressing a variety of issues within the banking industry relating to readiness for the turn of the century. Consensus is that 1999 is far too late to begin any programming alterations. Possible hypotheses address issues of vendor compliance; Year 2000 software to prevent adulteration of data; considering typewriters and manual systems; the possible value of third-party testing; and evaluation of legal departments’ preparedness for any litigation resulting in issues arising beyond January 1, 2000. Bibliography lists 10 sources. KSY2K-2.wps

Y2k / Aviation Management & the Y2K Issue / The FAA and The Economic Impact: The Y2K problem has had widespread attention in business journals and the news media, but little has been said about the specific impacts for particular industries. Though speculators have asserted that the Y2K problem could have widespread impacts for transportation, especially in the aviation industry, arguments that these speculations are the perceptions of alarmists and don’t actually represent the scope of the issue has resulted in ineffectual or limited responses by financial managers in major airlines and aviation companies across the nation. This 25 page paper reflects the nature of this problem, provides a review of the current literature, and argues for the most successful plans to address this problem, especially for financial managers in the aviation industry. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Aviaman.wps

Cyberspace / Today's New Societies : 17 pages in length. A thorough discussion of "cyberspace"; communities on-line, issues & problems on-line, relationships, media etc; Contains glossary of terms and appendix of Internet "symbols" (shorthand). An excellent report ! Bibliography lists 10+ sources. Cyberspa.wps

"The Internet, Cybersex, & Their Effects On Society" : A 5 page paper, on the effects of Internet usage on society today. The paper focuses on Internet romances, cybersex, and problems that it can cause in the "real world". Five sources cited. Interpa.wps

Society & Information Technology : Similar to Inform~1.wps, this 6 page research paper examines how information technology and telecommunications are changing society, government, politics, etc; The writer is extremely analytical and insightful. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Infosoci.wps

Social Aspects of Information Technology : A 6 page paper discussing the changing role of IT in today’s changing organization. That the role of IT in both organizations and societies is changing is not questioned. The direction of the specific role often is questioned, but the specific path determined within any organization is that of working to find business solutions that will serve all involved, whether within the organization or in the community in which the organization has presence. The effects of the organization on society is a role not often considered, but one that is very real and is of growing importance as the very world becomes more interconnected. Bibliography lists 4 sources. ITSoshl.doc

The Role of Information in a Changing American Society : 12 pages in length.
A well-written paper on the power of information in this new age of information technology and the impact this will have on society, government professions, and so forth. Various issues concerning the media, the First Amendment, and more are examined. Inform~1.wps

The Internet’s Role In Business Operations : A 5 page glance at some of the applications of the Internet in conducting daily business. The most obvious applications of sales and marketing are mentioned, but the paper concentrates more on data management, communications and intranet applications. The growth of the Internet has made communication with remote locations—district offices, outside sales staff, favored vendors, etc.—more efficient than ever before. Use of the Internet in increasing productivity is not limited only to large businesses, either. One NY deli increased their lunch business by 30% when they began accepting take-out orders through their Web page. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Webrole.wps

The Internet and Management Theories : A 5 page paper on the way the Internet effects management. The writer describes several traditional functions of management and how the Internet has now become an integral part of implementation of those theories. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Netmange.wps

Two Companies’ Use of the Internet : A 5 page paper discussing two companies that heavily participate in Internet commerce, Gateway 2000 and DLJ Direct. Overall, the promise of great success through Internet marketing has not been realized in most areas of sales, but personal computer sales and online brokerage services have been exceptions. Both are wonderfully suited to Internet commerce: Gateway’s customers obviously are computer literate; DLJ Direct’s customers have come to rely on the ease and rapidity of stock trading using an Internet service. Though the Internet has not reached its full potential as a sales tool, it is heading resolutely in that direction, and to the point that those companies not offering extensive online options to their existing customers may lose those customers to businesses that do. Bibliography lists 6 sources. TwoCos.wps.

One Month Of Activity At Gateway 2000 : A 10 page paper evaluating Gateway 2000's varied strategies and strategy implementation based on reports of the company’s activity in a single month. That single month was October, 1998, in which Gateway reported results for the quarter ended in September. Shipments increased 43% for record numbers of PCs shipped while the company’s organizational business also saw dramatic increases. Several new products have been introduced, four of which have been nominated for industry awards. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Gateway2.wps

Dell & Gateway Computers / Corporate Overview : This 20 page report discusses two of the most highly successful personal computer companies in the world – Dell and Gateway. Each of them have become darlings of the investment world and each is living up to their own publicity and promotion. A brief overview is given of each with an analysis of various financial features, ratios, and market position. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Dellgate.wps

Art & The Internet : A 5 page essay discussing the benefits of having art created and shown on the Internet in addition to the way it is usually produced. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Artnet.wps

Digital Economy / Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence :
A 7 page review "The New Age of Networked Information" presented by Don Tapscott. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of the new technologies and their utilization in both business and personal pursuits. Caution is provided that although utilization of the new information technologies is imperative to a business' survival, such use must be carefully calculated and planned. Digital.wps

Book Review / Dinty Moore's "The Emperor's Virtual Clothes" : In this 5 page analysis of Moore’s book (subtitled "The Naked Truth About Internet Subculture"), the writer discusses topics covered with examples from the text, then offers an analysis of the implications that they have for technology and the modern world. No additional sources cited. Dinty.wps

Book Review / Information Highway Not As Great As We Think... : A 3 page review of Clifford Stoll's "Silicon Snake Oil : Second Thoughts On The Information Superhighway" in which the writer discusses Stoll's thoughts on the various social problems that an expanding Internet will present. Bibliography lists 2 supporting sources. Silicons.wps

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