from out & aroundFACEBOOK
Lady Zee (2008, Feb. 3). Facebook redefines the word "private." e-controversy. http://www.e-controversy.com/Facebook_Privacy_1a.html. Accessed 10-08.
Boutin, P. (2008, Sept. 22). Million-member march begs for old Facebook back, valleywag. http://valleywag.com/5052891/million+member-march-begs-for-old-facebook-back. Accessed 10-08.
Lacy, S. (2006, Sept. 8). Facebook learns from its fumble. Business Week. http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/sep2006/tc20060908_536553.htmchan=top+news_top+news+index_technology. Accessed 10-08.
Spool, J. (2006, Sept. 13). The Facebook controversy: A lesson about embraceable change. User interface engineering. http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2006/09/13/the-facebook-controversy-a-lesson-about-embraceable-change/. Accessed 10-08.
Shankland, S. (2008, Sept. 10). Flickr revamp spotlights photos, social features. cnet news. http://news.cnet.com/8301-13580_3-10038016-39.html. Accessed 10-08.
Kuchera, B. (2008, May 6). Second Life a danger for children? Lawmaker trawls for votes. ars technica. http://arstechnica.com/journals/thumbs.ars/2008/05/06/second-life-a-danger-to-children-lawmaker-trawls-for-votes. Accessed 10-08.
Paul, R. (2008, Mar. 19). Twitter breaks down barriers in the classroom. ars technica. http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20080319-twitter-breaks-down-barriers-in-the-classroom.html. Accessed 10-08.
CNN.com (2008, Apr. 25). 'Monotonous page turning helps digitize books for Google. http://www.cnn.com/2008/TECH/04/25/google.books.ap/index.html. Accessed 10-08.
Waldrop, M. (2008, April 21). Is open access science the future? Scientific American. http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=science-2-point-0&print=true. Accessed 10-08.
Belin, P. (2008, Sept.) Monkey brains hint at evolutionary root of language processing. Scientific American. http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=monkey-brains-hint-at-evolutionary-root. Accessed 10-08.
empty bottle weblog. (2008, July). My home is dying, story of forests dying in British Columbia.
Cui, Weiping (2008, Sept. 28). Behind the milk scare, a frightening silence. Washington Post online.