Cybersociology Magazine | Cybersociology Magazine was launched on 10 October 1997 as a forum for the cross-disciplinary academic discussion of life online. It ran for approximately two years, until 01 September 1999, and seven web based issues were published......
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LIFE 2.0 [virtual world, new reality] - HOME | This is one I want to see ! Every day, across all corners of the globe, hundreds of thousands of users log onto Second Life, a virtual online world not entirely unlike our own. They enter a new reality, whose inhabitants assume alternate personas in the … Continue reading Life 2.0
The internet is an essential component of daily living. A useful tool, source of information but there are pitfalls. Learn more about that here: Internet Addiction Guide.
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On Video Game Addiction | The Blackbird Press - I don't do video games but I would tend to agree based on my own ongoing experiences in the black hole of cyberspace surfing the web and lurking in chat room.... BBC NEWS | Technology | S Korean dies after games session BBC NEWS | Technology … Continue reading beware….
Could you communicate only through Twitter, Facebook and video chatting with your friends and loved ones for 30 days? One Portland, Ore., woman is in the process of finding out. Cristin Norine has embarked on a 30-day Public Isolation Project to learn how technology walls people off even while connecting them. Norine, who is living … Continue reading Anti-social media? (via Newspaper to New Media)
At work, at home and on the go, you probably spend hours enmeshed in the Web. Is it time to pull more of your life free of its sticky grasp? via Caught in the Web : Experience Life Magazine.
In 1995, in an effort to parody the way the American Psychiatric Association’s hugely influential Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders medicalizes every excessive behavior, psychiatrist Ivan Goldberg introduced on his website the concept of “Internet Addiction Disorder.”
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Interesting articles I reads this morning… Solitude is a lost art in these days of ultra-connectedness and The more connected a person becomes on the Internet, the more distractions they face in their day. Sort of a paradox for me because one of my favorite solitary activities is web surfing. The problem with surfing is … Continue reading Distractions / Connections