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Issue No.04 - October-December (2002 vol.24)
pp: 72
Paul Ceruzzi, "Datamation, Annals, Slashdot, and Tomorrow's History", IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, vol.24, no. 4, pp. 72, October-December 2002, doi:10.1109/MAHC.2002.1114876
1. Datamation stopped publishing a print edition in February 1998. It continues on the Web as a news service at http:/
2. See, for example, the recent popular book The Victorian Internet by Tom Standage (Walker Publishing, New York, 1998 ). There are numerous other scholarly studies that take this approach, of which perhaps the best is the series of books by Manuel Castells beginning with The Information Age (Blackwell, London, 1996).
3. Philip Agre 's Web site was the "Red Rock Eater's Digest," which apparently is now dormant. Dace Farber's was "Interesting People" (http:/, which was mirrored by Bernie Galler from his post at the University of Michigan. It may be possible to subscribe to their postings by sending a message to them directly ( and Although I was on their lists for a while, I no longer am.
4. Annals has a sometimes-overlooked policy of waiting 15 years or more before publishing a history of a phenomenon. Therefore, what is in Slashdot today will be discussed in Annals not tomorrow but in 2017 or later.
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