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The Journal of Community Informatics

The Journal of Community Informatics.


The Journal of Community Informatics
Vol 10, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents

Beyond Access: Libraries are the New Telecentres
	Michael Gurstein

Local e-Government in Sweden - Municipal Contact Center implementation with
focus on Citizens and Public Administrators
	Irene Cecilia Bernhard

Bridging the Digital Divide in Dunn County, Wisconsin: A Case Study of NPO
use of ICT
	Elizabeth Bogner,	Kevin W. Tharp,	Mary McManus

Community, Group and Individual: A Framework for Designing Community
	Sheena L. Erete

Shared identity and personal tie in influencing cooperative behavior
	Hao Jiang,	John M. Carroll

Failures and success in using webcasts, discussion forums, Twitter, and
email to engage older people and other stakeholders in rural ageing
	Ray B Jones,	Janet Smithson,	Catherine Hennessy

From Pebble to Avalanche: How Information and Communications Technologies
Empowered Underprivileged Actors Through Ages
	Piotr Konieczny

Exploring the Formation of Social Capital in a Malaysia Virtual Community
	Dr. Shafiz Affendi Mohd Yusof,	Kamarul Faizal Hashim

Emergent digital activism: The generational/technological connection
	Fernando Adolfo Mora

Drive-by Wi-Fi and digital storytelling: development and co-creation
	Jo Tacchi,	Kathi R Kitner,	Kiran Mulenahalli

How Does Internet Usage Influence On Social Capital, Connectedness, Success
And Well-Being Of Grassroots Level Inventors In Sri Lanka?
	Chaminda Nalaka Wickramasinghe,	Nobaya Ahmad

Internet Access At Public Access Venues In A Developing Countries: Lessons
from Yogyakarta, Indonesia
	Stevanus Wisnu Wijaya,	Agnes Maria Polina

Changing youths role in development through ICT enterprise and investment
	Michael D Williams

Research Methods: Information, systems and contexts
	Martin Wolske

Case Studies
Engaging Stakeholders: The First Step to Increasing Digital Inclusion
	Angela Siefer

Notes from the field
An Inquiry into Community Members’ Use and Attitudes toward Technology in
Mishkeegogamang First Nation
	Connie Gray-McKay,	Kerri L. Gibson,	Susan O'Donnell,	The People of

Seven ways Microsoft Excel could change the world

Seven ways Microsoft Excel could change the world | News |


No doubt, the reader, if any, of this incredibly boring blog has already learned of how some UK government offices are supposedly switching to open source alternatives to that moneysucker, Microsoft Office. Included and named: OpenOffice, my old and continuing love and life (and destiny, it seems).

But here’s a charming article on the joys of Excel. Granted, Excel has seldom given me joy. But I do recognize that it is the best of Office and the one module that few who use it dedicatedly would want to give up. (I actually believe no one should really give up the tools of production they prefer but that all tools of production should be made available to those who need them, and that implies sustainable development à la open source.)

Why Your Startup Can’t Find Developers

Why Your Startup Can’t Find Developers ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code + community.


…. and I, like many others, have probably come across more than enough companies evidencing these flaws….

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