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View Resource INET 96 Proceedings: Transforming Our Society Now, June 24-28, 1996, Montreal, Canada

The proceedings of the recently completed sixth annual conference of the Internet Society (INET'96), including over 150 papers, are available at the ISOC web site. Main topics of the conference, held in Montreal, Quebec, consist of "Internet Applications and Services," "Transforming Internet Commerce and Reshaping the Marketplace," "Internet Learning and Teaching," "Networking Technology...

http://www.isoc.org/inet96/
View Resource Second International Harvard Conference on Internet and Society

This conference, recently held at Harvard University, brought together such Internet and computer luminaries as US Supreme Court Justice Steven Breyer, Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. (CEO of IBM Corporation), Scott G. McNealy (CEO of Sun Microsystems), Steve Ballmer (Executive Vice President of Microsoft), Esther Dyson (Chairperson, EdVenture Holdings), Kim Polese (CEO of Marimba, Inc.), and Ira Magaziner...

https://cyber.harvard.edu/cybercon98/tour/
View Resource Museums and the Web 1999: Speakers

Museums and the Web 1999, an international conference held March 11-14, 1999 in New Orleans, addressed many of the issues that museums are facing as they begin to place exhibits and programming on the Web. Those unable to attend the conference can still benefit from the 50+ presentation and demonstration papers now available on the Web. Some describe individual projects, such as "Beethoven Online"...

https://www.museumsandtheweb.com/mw99/speakers/
View Resource Museums and the Web 2000: Speakers

In its fourth year, Museums and the Web 2000 was held April 16-19, 2000, in Minneapolis, where international attendees discussed and explored a number of themes related to exhibits and programming on the Web. Those unable to attend the conference can still benefit from the 60+ presentations and demonstration papers now available on the Web. Some describe individual projects, while others answer...

https://www.museumsandtheweb.com/mw2000/speakers/index.html
View Resource Museums and the Web 2001: Speakers

For its fifth year, Museums and the Web 2001 was held March 14-17, 2001 in Seattle, where international attendees will discuss and explore a number of themes related to exhibits and programming on the Web. Those unable to attend the conference can still benefit from the 60+ presentations and demonstration papers now available on the Web. Some describe individual projects, while others answer...

https://www.museumsandtheweb.com/mw2001/speakers/
View Resource INET '97 Proceedings

INET '97 focused on some of the legal, ethical, and regulatory issues surrounding the use of Internet technology and this site allows users to view the text of these proceedings.

https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.internetsociety.org...
View Resource Cautionary Tales from the INET Conference

In this article Jack Solock, Special Librarian for InterNIC Net Scout Services, reviews the 1996 meeting of the Internet Society (INET). The talks he reports are hopeful about the future of the Internet, but cautionary about the impact that commerce and government regulation can have over the medium.

https://scout.wisc.edu/scout/toolkit/enduser/archive/1996/eu...
View Resource WWW2003: The Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference

The proceedings of the Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference (May 2003) are posted at this site. Nearly 70 refereed papers, coming from industry and academia, were presented at the conference. One study considers the rate of change involved in the evolution of the Web, while others address Web searching, peer-to-peer techniques, and much more. Several of the papers are not yet posted (an...

http://www2003.org/cdrom/html/refereed/index-bytitle.html
View Resource Virtual Museums and Public Understanding of Science and Culture

This Web page offers a retrospective of a symposium held in May 2002 by The Nobel Foundation. "The purpose of the symposium was to explore how scientific and cultural institutions can use Internet and the new information technology to promote public understanding of science and culture." A brief recap of the event and a transcript of the panel discussion are provided online. Additionally, nearly...

https://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_organizations/nobelfoundati...