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First Monday October 2000


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The October 2000 issue of First Monday (volume 5, number 10) is now available at


Table of Contents

Volume 5, Number 10 - October 2nd 2000

Free Riding on Gnutella
by Eytan Adar and Bernardo A. Huberman

Overcoming Regulatory and Technological Challenges To Bring Internet Access To a Sparsely Populated, Remote Area: A Case Study
by Ronel Smith

Empowering Women Through the Internet: Dutch Women Unite
by Karen Drost and Miriam Jorna

When Beggars Become Choosers
by Kasper Edwards

Cyberspace and the Concept of Democracy
by Fred Evans

Hello, Out There: A Look at Distance Education in Alaska
by Maria Elena Reyes and Claudette Bradley

The Given and the Made: Authenticity and Nature in Virtual Education
by Lee Herman and Alan Mandell

Al Gore and the Creation of the Internet
by Richard Wiggins

FM Reviews

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