e-books in Computers: Business & Culture category
by Francisco Yus - John Benjamins Publishing Company , 2011
Cyberpragmatics is an analysis of Internet-mediated communication from the perspective of cognitive pragmatics. It addresses a whole range of interactions that can be found on the Net: the web page, chat rooms, instant messaging, social networking...
by Annika Richterich - University of Westminster Press , 2018
This book highlights that the capacity for gathering vast amounts of digital data raises significant ethical issues. Richterich provides a systematic overview of the field of critical data studies that reflects on practices of digital data analysis.
by Ronald Deibert, et al. - The MIT Press , 2008
A study of Internet blocking and filtering around the world: analyses by leading researchers and survey results that document filtering practices in dozens of countries. Authors combat efforts by repressive regimes to filter and block the Internet.
by Andrew Young, Stefaan G. Verhulst - O'Reilly Media , 2016
Open data has spurred economic innovation in recent years, but few people understand how open data works. The book presents detailed case studies of open data projects throughout the world, along with in-depth analysis of what works and what doesn't.
by Chris Bateman - ETC Press , 2016
In this challenge to contemporary concepts of objectivity, four figures of knowledge -- the Wikipedia, scientific experiments, anonymous peer review, and education -- are investigated in order to question the way we understand the world around us.
by Max Giovagnoli - ETC Press , 2011
The book describes the use of the imagery and techniques shared by producers, authors and audiences of the entertainment, information and brand communication industries as they create and develop their stories in this new, interactive ecosystem.
by Molly Sauter - Bloomsbury Academic , 2014
With a focus on early deployments of activist DDOS as well as modern instances to trace its development, this book uses activist DDOS actions as the foundation of a larger analysis of the practice of disruptive civil disobedience on the internet.
by Nicolae Sfetcu - Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing , 2015
Domaining is the business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names. Such domain name portfolios often include cleverly chosen domain names, or domains whose registrations had lapsed yet still retain reasonable traffic ...
by Trinna Chiasson, Dyanna Gregory, et al. - Infoactive , 2014
This book explains important data concepts in simple language. It is written for graphic designers, content producers, and less-technical folks who want some extra help knowing where to begin, and what to watch out for when visualizing information.
by Simone Aliprandi - aliprandi.org , 2011
This manual guides creators step by step in the world of Creative Commons licenses, the most famous and popular licenses for free distribution of intellectual products. The author goes into technical details of the tools offered by Creative Commons.
by Deborah Bernnard, et al. - Open SUNY Textbooks , 2014
This guide introduces students to critical concepts of information literacy as defined for the information-infused and technology-rich environment in which they find themselves. This book helps students examine their roles as information creators...
by Diane M. Zorich, Eleanor E. Fink - Oxford University Press , 1999
This book reviews the traditions of rights administration and content distribution in various creative sectors, identifying the common functions of these organizations, clarifying aspects of the service provider/rightsholder/user relationship.
by Alexander Dolgin - Springer , 2012
The book describes the main directions for the development of the digital society. Learn what would replace search engines, and how social networks would evolve; what profit can be made of different forms of informational collaboration; and more.
by Olesya Tkacheva, et al. - RAND Corporation , 2013
This report examines whether and how furthering Internet freedom can empower civil society vis-a-vis public officials, make the government more accountable to its citizens, and integrate citizens into the policymaking process ...
by John Logie - Parlor Press , 2006
The book investigates the role of rhetoric in shaping public perceptions about peer-to-peer file-sharing networks. While broadband services allow speedy transfers of media files, Americans face real uncertainty about whether file sharing is legal.
by Christopher Stewart - Feedbooks , 2012
File sharing has become a widespread phenomenon. As much as having the possibility of exchanging information almost instantaneously can represent a blessing, it obviously opens the door to pursuits that enjoy a far less angelic reputation.
by Daniel Lathrop, Laurel Ruma - O'Reilly Media , 2010
In a world where web services can make real-time data accessible to anyone, how can the government leverage the openness to improve its operations? Leading practitioners share their ideas on how to achieve this emerging world of online collaboration.
by Akash Kapur - UNDP-APDIP , 2005
Only through understanding the full range of players in the Internet arena can we fashion reasonable outcomes for Internet governance. This primer represents contributions towards the dialogue that is needed to frame Information Society goals.
by Dan Gillmor - Lulu.com , 2010
We're in an age of information overload, and too much of what we watch, hear and read is mistaken, deceitful or even dangerous. Yet you and I can take control and make media serve us by being active consumers and participants. Here's how.
by D. Evans, A. Hagiu, R. Schmalensee - The MIT Press , 2008
Software platforms are the invisible engines that have transformed nearly every major industry for the past 25 years. This book examines the business dynamics and strategies used by firms that recognize the power unleashed by this new revolution.
by A. A. Raya, L. B. Martínez, I. F. Monsal - Eureca Media , 2010
We analyze the software industry from an economic perspective: how it was affected by software licensed under free conditions and what is its potential for the future. On the other hand, we study how to use Free Software in the private sector.
by David Bollier - The Aspen Institute , 2010
The Promise and Peril of Big Data explores the implications of inferential technologies used to analyze massive amounts of data and the ways in which these techniques can positively affect business, medicine, and government.
by Bruce Sterling , 1992
The book highlights the 1990 assault on hackers, when law-enforcement officials arrested scores of suspected illicit hackers. These raids became symbolic of the debate between fighting serious computer crime and protecting civil liberties.
by Sam Williams - O'Reilly Media, Inc. , 2002
The book interweaves biographical snapshots of GNU project founder Richard Stallman with the social and economic history of the free software movement. Starting with how it all began to the continuing quest for free software that exists today.
- IBM.Com/Redbooks , 2007
This book delivers tools to help you sell IBM solutions. It serves as a practical reference for the IBM innovation enabled by on demand and how to sell the IBM innovative technology. You will know how to sell solutions in line with the strategy.
by Cory Doctorow - Tachyon Publications , 2008
Discover how America chose Happy Meal toys over copyright, why Facebook is taking a faceplant, how the Internet is just a giant Xerox machine, why Wikipedia is a poor cousin of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, and how to enjoy free e-books.
by Brian Martin - Freedom Press , 1998
Power tends to corrupt, and information power is no exception. The book analyses the corruptions of power in crucial current areas in the information society: mass media, intellectual property, surveillance, bureaucracies, defamation and research.