John Labovitz's E-Zine-List

This is a list of electronic 'zines around the world, accessible via the Web, FTP, email, and other services.


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March 7, 2005
We have completed the move to a new hosting company. We're also rebuilding our backend system. In the next few weeks our editors will begin working through the backlog of work. When the backlog is cleared, then we'll start working on the submission process.

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First Monday

Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet

First Monday is a peer-review journal on the Internet about the Internet. It publishes original articles about the Internet and the Global Information Infrastructure. First Monday examines the use of the Internet on a global scale, analyzing economic, technical, and social factors.

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ISSN
1396
Keywords
web (150), Internet law (3), education (121), media (94), security (18), electronic commerce (10), Internet (334), computers (98), communication (23)
Access
Web: http://firstmonday.org
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Publisher
Staff
Karen Zuidema(Metadata Editor)
Edvard J. Valauskas(Chief Editor)
Alex Soojung-Kim Pang(Contributing Editor)
Esther Dyson(Consulting Editor)
Rishab Aiyer Ghosh(Managing Editor)
Robin Henshaw(Metadata Editor)
Submission Guidelines
To submit an article to First Monday, simply send it by electronic mail to the Editorial Office (ejv@uic.edu). Preference will be given to articles which take advantage of the Internet, using graphics, programs, HTML features and components, and other features not possible in print. The text of the article (exclusive of any other objects like pictures, tables et cetera) should not exceed 30,000 characters. Format The manuscript must be in its final form, as a plain ASCII text, suited for distribution in the monthly e-mail. If an Internet resource is cited, just type in the URL. Manuscripts can contain HTML-tags, suited for display in popular Web browsers. Non-text objects, like pictures, programs, spreadsheets, audio files, and full motion video files, can be part of an article. These non-text objects must be forwarded as binary files to the Editorial Office. Non-text should conform to well established de facto standards on the Net: PDF, GIF, JPEG et cetera. Priority will be given to particular items of a high scientific standard, and articles with a relevant timeframe can be published at short notice as a rapid publication. Only original papers written in English will be considered for publication. Unsolicited manuscripts are welcome. First Monday does not pay for contributions.
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