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Networked Computing in the 1990s

Computers began as cumbersome machines served by a technical elite and evolved into desktop tools that obeyed the individual. The next generation will collaborate actively with the user

By Lawrence G. Tesler

Computers, Networks and Work

Electronic interactions differ significantly from face-to-face exchanges. As a result, computer networks will profoundly affect the structure of organizations and the conduct of work

By Lee Sproull and Sara Kiesler

Computers, Networks and the Corporation

Computer networks are forging new kinds of markets and new ways to manage organizations. The result will be a major change in corporate structure and management style

By John F. Rockart and Thomas W. Malone

Infrastructure for the Global Village

A high-capacity network will not be built without government investment

By Al Gore

Computers, Networks and Public Policy


  • 50 and 100 Years Ago: October 15

  • Graft without Corruption

  • Elusive Quarry

  • Gravity's Rainbow

  • Has AIDS Peaked?

  • AIDS Education May Breed Intolerance

  • Model Mice

  • Psychic vs. Skeptic

  • Mutt & Jeff

  • Clear Advantage

  • Encoding the "Neatness" of Ones and Zeroes

  • Communications, Computers and Networks

  • The Computer for the 21st Century

  • Products and Services for Computer Networks

  • Networks

  • Common Law for the Electronic Frontier

  • Civil Liberties in Cyberspace

  • Golden Screws

  • Learning how Bacteria Swim could Set New Gears in Motion

  • True Blue

  • Moles at Work

  • Industrial Immunology

  • Trading Leisure Time for More Goods?

  • Leaping into Lyapunov Space

  • Letters

    Letters to the Editors, October 1991

  • Recommended

    Book Reviews, October 1991

  • Departments

    The Urge of an Ancient Dream

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September 1991

Think Outside the Gift Box