SELECTED papers fifteen listed below available for download discuss germane aspects of communications policy, as well as parallel concerns. If you would like a guide to the papers as a group, including dates and bibliographic info, check out the accompanying index.
That index includes another past paper. There are also four recent pieces on Internet governance, including a paper (A4 and letter sizes) and a discussion of the role of intellectuals (A4 and letter). On the site, there are a total of twenty papers, nineteen downloadable.
For a video comment on the future of voice telephony, go here.
Now, the ORIGINAL twice! And with _its_ precursor, too.
If you want the 'modern original,' that is the old chestnut restated and updated:
But now with discovery of the old Freehand files, the orginal from 1991 is finally electronic:
Many of the ideas for the fifteen years since prove to be in that original. For now, the electronic files tolerate only letter size. (Acrobat, 176K. Figures are oriented to print seamlessly with the text - if you are viewing on a monitor and using a later version of Adobe Reader, rotate the figures 90 degrees for easy viewing.)
And finally, the _precursor_ to 'the original,' now scanned:
This is also letter size only (Acrobat, 1.4M).
TWO papers address both policy and theory:
talks straight for policy makers on a pivotal question local access. And punches with brevity on the main positions.
looks to a 'new liberalism,' building from the present debate.
TWO papers reflect on two key turfs.
Microsoft vs Netscape tells their story and then asks what can we learn. The WTO Telecommunications Agreements takes the opportunity to apply some of those lessons to neighboring countries.
(These papers are letter size in Acrobat, respectively 530K and 22K. The first is also at another US site.)
EIGHT other papers are available for download here. Again, an index briefly details all the papers.
To pull down a paper, click its title below. (Alternatively, there is a standard directory page, with file sizes.) Each paper is letter size, in Acrobat .
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