Nineteen of these rings were made by the Elven-smiths of Eregionled by Celebrimbor. These were grouped into three rings for the Elvesseven rings for the Dwarvesand nine rings for men.
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Howard and Steve Jones. Includes bibliographical references and index. Jones, Steve, HM S Printed on acid-free paper 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Acquiring Editor: Alicia Carter Production Editor: Molly Hall Acknowledgments [Page ix] This book is the result of intense collaboration across the social sciences, and we are proud to have been humble nodes in an unusually creative network of sociologists, economists, political scientists, psychologists, historians, and legal, management, and communication scholars.
Whether or not technology itself can cause collaborative constructive interaction, the contributors to this volume study technology with a collaborative constructive instinct. Margaret Seawell and her colleagues at Sage Publications helped to keep us on track, on topic, and on time, for which we are very grateful.
Even though this volume is about society online, there is nothing about pornography in this collection. Quite deliberately, a couple of our authors chose to refer to a fake Web site— http: Unfortunately, a fellow who works as a real estate agent by day let us know that he believes he has copyright and trademarks for some business that will be using this URL shortly.
This volume still has nothing about pornography in it, and we wish that individual success with his venture. He gratefully acknowledges a fellowship with the Pew Internet and American Life Project during its first funding term, a fellowship that enabled him to play with numbers.
Tryst in Washington, D. The Ryerson Library in the Art Institute of Chicago was a gloriously calm environment for real editing. Northwestern University should be deeply ashamed for reneging on its membership association with the library.
Sonny's, in a hidden corner of the building next door, served lousy coffee in Styrofoam cups, but the ginger chicken certainly was a great staple lunch once a week for a year.
Howard's real home context, with Alexandra, Elaine, and Ross, is now stretched across several time zones but is still a loving source of support. Steve Jones thanks the many students and colleagues at the University of Illinois at Chicago, particularly those in the Department of Communication, the Great Cities Institute, and the Electronic Visualization Lab, with whom and from whom he always learns much about media new and old and the world.
He also thanks L. The contributors to this book deserve special thanks. They made our job as editors a pleasure, and their work and ideas were an inspiration to us. Programmers fixed the glitch quickly, and the file sharing began.
E-mail did not come into being untiland again there was no self-puffery in the inaugural text. Instead, an engineer for a U. Defense Department contractor named Ray Tomlinson sent a test message from one computer to another that was sitting less than 5 feet away.
It was a milestone moment that was not self-evident. Tomlinson did not think much of his lovely little hack that allowed people using computers at remote sites to write electronic notes to each other. Soon enough, however, the extreme humility that characterized the dawn of computer network communication was replaced by an orgy of extravagant claims about the revolutionary power of the internet.
The predictions from technologists, government leaders, entrepreneurs, the business press, and investment carnival barkers were voluminous and unsparing.
No aspect of people's social lives, [Page xii]business arrangements, workplace culture, media power, civic engagement, or learning environments would be immune from the internet's radical influence. Rebecca Rimel, president of the Pew Charitable Trusts, was struck by the fact that many of the debates about the impact of the internet were taking place without reference to data and basic social science research.
She and the board of trustees of the foundation hoped that a research project could play a useful role in the disputes by providing nonpartisan facts and analysis about the social impact of people's internet use.
The foundation provided generous support for a research agenda that would monitor Americans' use of the internet and focus on several aspects of internet use that were not major concerns of the many proprietary research firms that concentrated on e-commerce.
Those areas of emphasis included how people's internet use affected their interactions with family, friends, and others; their involvement with various communities; their health care; their educational experiences; their civic and political lives; and their workplaces.
Much of the fruit of the Pew Internet and American Life Project's work is explored here, as are data from several other prominent research projects such as the General Social Survey http: In the course of doing telephone interviews with more than 60, people during the past 30 months, the Pew project learned that internet use is helping Americans to share and acquire knowledge, make important health care decisions, deepen and extend their social networks, access cultural material, probe new corners of the planet, pursue their passions and hobbies, become more productive, gather up more consumer information, and entertain themselves more vividly.In others, the ties between members may be so fragile that they are easily severed.
Each individual member of the group does not need to be linked to every other person in the group In some cases, such as groups based on ethnicity, race, or gender, the connection linking members may be more psychological than interpersonal.
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