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The Internet is now a household term in many countries. With otherwise serious people beginning to joyride
along the Information Superhighway, computer networking seems to be moving toward the status of TV sets and
microwave ovens. The Internet has unusually high media coverage, and social science majors are descending on
Usenet newsgroups, online virtual reality environments, and the Web to conduct research on the new "Internet
With the Internet much of a buzzword recently, and otherwise serious people joyriding
along the \Informational Superhighway," computer networking seems to be moving toward
the status of TV sets and microwave ovens. The Internet is recently getting an unusually
high media coverage, and social science majors are descending on Usenet newsgroups to
conduct researches on the \Internet Culture." Carrier companies are working to introduce
new transmission techniques like ATM that oer many times the bandwidth the average
network link of today has....
But as online research takes place in a range of new venues (email, chatrooms, webpages,
various forms of “instant messaging,” MUDs and MOOs, USENET newsgroups, audio/video
exchanges, etc.) – researchers, research subjects, and those charged with research oversight will
often encounter ethical questions and dilemmas that are not directly addressed in extant statements
Chapter 1: Setting up and jacking in 1.1 Ready, set... 1.2 Go! 1.3 Public-access Internet providers 1.4 If your town doesn't have direct access 1.5 Net origins 1.6 How it works 1.7 When things go wrong
Chapter 2: E-mail 2.1. The basics 2.2 Elm -- a better way 2.3 Pine -- even better than Elm 2.4 Smileys 2.5 Sending e-mail to other networks 2.6 Seven Unix commands you can't live without Chapter 3: Usenet I 3.1 The global watering hole 3.2 Navigating Usenet with nn 3.3 nn commands 3.4 Using rn 3.5 rn commands 3.6 Essential newsgroups 3.7 Speaking...