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Bogert, Carroll. Chat rooms and chadors. Newsweek 126 (1995): 36.
Bollag, Burton. Better Internet Access Sought for Researchers Around the World : Industrialized
Nations Push for Faster Connections and Uniform Regulations. The Chronicle of Higher Education
v42 n42 (June 28, 1996) : pA14-17.
Burton, Bollag. In Western Europe, 12 Institutions see the Internet and videoconfrences as keys to
virtual university The Chronicle Of Higher Education (Sep.27,1996) : A35-37.
Campbell, Larry. Screening out the files. Nieman Reports 50 (1996): 59-61.
Das, Malabika. Free Nets. Network Notes #29. Information Technology Services. National Library
of Canada. April 30, 1996.
Evans, Kathy. Wising up to the Web : Telecommunications Update. The Middle East (October
1995) : p24-28
Essick, Kristi. Smart Cable Service Launced Overseas. Infoworld (July 15, 1996)
Johnstone, Bob.Culture clash in Cyberspace. New Scientist 145 (1995):38-41.
Kalin, Sari. Global Mirror Search Sites Reflect 'Net Growth. Infoworld (Aug. 26, 1996)
Klein, Reva. Outside the Net : Those Who Cannot Afford Access. Times Educational Supplement
n4160 (March 22, 1996) : pC28.
Kranzt, Michael. China, Wired. Time 147 (1996): 73.
MacFarquhar, Neil. With Mixed Feelings, Iran Tiptoes to the Internet. The New York Times v145
(Oct. 8, 1996) : pA4(N) pA4(L) col 1 (20 col in).
National Public Telecomputing Network. Community Computing and the Naitonal Public
Net Nanny States. The Economist 340 (1996):p34(1)
Noble, Phil. International Cyberspacing : Use of The Internet Worldwide. Campaigns & Elections
v17 n7 (July, 1996) : p29.
Not Too Modern Please. The Economist 338 (1996):1-2
Schuman,Joseph. New Era in Euro Cyberspace Variety (April 10, 1995): 39-40.
Stalter, Katherine. Scandi wired for growth: northern territories leading digital media market
expansion. Variety 364 (1996): 64.
Swinbanks, David. Internet struggles around to connect around the Asia-Pasific rim. Nature 379
(1996): 382.
Vatikitokis, Michael. Net police: ASEAN seeks to control cyberspace. Far Eastern Economic
Review 159 (1996): 22.
Woodward, Colin. Information Technology The Chronicle of Higher Education (June 9,1995) : A21.