[Sigpub-l] FW: First Monday June 2006

Richard Hill rhill at asis.org
Wed Jun 14 09:05:20 EDT 2006

[Forwarded.  Dick Hill]

Richard B. Hill
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-----Original Message-----
From: Readership of First Monday [mailto:FIRSTMONDAY at LISTSERV.UIC.EDU] On
Behalf Of Edward J. Valauskas
Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 6:28 PM
Subject: First Monday June 2006

Dear Reader,

The June 2006 issue of First Monday (volume 11, number 6) is now 
available at http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue11_6/


Table of Contents

Volume 11, Number 6 - June 5th 2006

Selected papers from the First Monday Conference, FM10 Openness: 
Code, Science and Content (May 15-17 2006), Chicago (more papers from 
the Conference will appear in the June issue next month).

Open access publishing: A developing country view
by Jennifer I. Papin-Ramcharan and Richard A. Dawe


Accidental open access and the hazards involved: Preliminary 
experiences on Internet-based publishing in a Peruvian university
by Eduardo Villanueva


The value of openness in an attention economy
by Michael Goldhaber


Strategies for developing sustainable open access scholarly journals
by David J. Solomon


Managing risk and opportunity in Creative Commons enterprises
by Andrew Rens


Diversity, attention and symmetry in a many-to-many information society
by Philippe Aigrain


Constructing a framework to enable an open source reinvention of journalism
by Leonard Witt


Digitizing more than organizational DNA
by Jonathan Riehl


Investigating the 'public' in the Public Library of Science: Gifting 
economics in the Internet community
by Charlotte Tschider


Rational sharing and its limits
by Wai-Yin Ng


Analysis of open source principles in diverse collaborative communities
by Jill Coffin


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