Bibliography

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axiom 1 – metcalf’s law

axiom 2 – early entrants win the field

axiom 3 – significance precedes momentum

axiom 4 – standards as power

axiom 5 – producer and consumer utility

axiom 6 – gatekeepers, intermediaries, and the attention deficit

axiom 7 – positive feedback loops

axiom 8 – differentiation of products and pricing

axiom 9 – switching costs and lock-in

axiom 10 – free information: cooperation in a competitive environment

bibliography

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Agre, Philip E. (1998b) ‘The Internet and Public Discourse’ First Monday http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue3_3/agre.

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Bell, Daniel (1976) The Coming of Post-industrial society: A venture in Social Forecasting New York: Basic Books.

Bially, Janice (1997)’Information and State Power: Toward a Techno-social Approach,’ RAND working paper.

Braman, Sandra (1989) ‘Defining Information: An Approach for Policymakers’, Telecommunications Policy, 13 (3), September, 233-42.

Castells, Manuel (1996) The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture. Volume I: The Rise of the Network Society Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

Castells, Manuel (1997) The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture. Volume II: The Power of Identity Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

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Figallo, Cliff (1998) Hosting Web Communities New York: Wiley Computer Publishing.

Hagel, John III and Armstrong, Arthur G. (1997) Net Gain: Expanding Markets Through Virtual Communities Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Kelly, Kevin (1998) New Rules for the New Economy New York: Viking Press.

Keohane, Robert O. and Nye, Joseph S. (1998) “Power and Interdependence in the Information Age” Foreign Affairs, September/October. Lamberton, Donald M. (1996), ed., The Economics of Communication and InformationBrookfield: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Machlup, Fritz (1962) The Production and Distribution of Knowledge in the United States Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Mulgan, G.J. (1991) Communication and Control: Networks and the New Economies of Communication, New York: Guilford.

Shapiro, Carl and Varian, Hal R. (1999) Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Toffler, Alfin and Heidi (1993) War and Anti-War: Survival at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century New York: Warner Publishing.


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