12.0199 intellectual property; Archaeology on the Net

Humanist Discussion Group (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
Sun, 13 Sep 1998 22:20:42 +0100 (BST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 12, No. 199.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: David Green <david@ninch.org> (61)
Subject: Atlantic Monthly: Intellectual Property Roundtable

[2] From: archonnet <archaeology@mail.serve.com> (51)
Subject: Archaeology on the Net - Site Update and Books

Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 17:32:51 +0000
From: David Green <david@ninch.org>
Subject: Atlantic Monthly: Intellectual Property Roundtable

September 11, 1998

Article: "Who Will Own Your Next Good Idea?"

Roundtable: "The Future of Intellectual Property"
(John Perry Barlow; Lawrence Lessig; Mark Stefik; Charles C. Mann)

>From: "Adam Eisgrau" <AME@alawash.org>
>To: "Digital Future Coalition Discussion List" <dfclist@listserv.alawash.org>
>>Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 11:40:28 -0400

>To: ame@alawash.org
>From: The Atlantic Monthly <mlander@theatlantic.com>
>Subject: Intellectual Property Roundtable
>I would like to call your attention to a feature currently running on The
>Atlantic Monthly's Web site, Atlantic Unbound (http://www.theatlantic.com),
>that may interest you and your colleagues.
>An Atlantic Unbound Roundtable
>In The Atlantic's September cover story, "Who Will Own Your Next Good
>Idea?" (http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/98sep/copy.htm), contributing
>editor Charles C. Mann examines the issue of intellectual property in the
>digital age.
>Starting this week, Atlantic Unbound brings the debate to the Web. We're
>hosting an online Roundtable on the future of intellectual property,
>featuring special guests John Perry Barlow of the Electronic Future
>Foundation, Lawrence Lessig of Harvard Law School, Mark Stefik of Xerox
>PARC, and The Atlantic's Charles C. Mann. The debate will consist of three
>rounds, posted weekly, and will include responses from online readers
>participating in our newly relaunched discussion forum, Post & Riposte.
>Interested readers may access the feature at:
>If you have any questions about Atlantic Unbound or the Roundtable, you are
>welcome to call me at (617)-854-7723. I can also be reached via e-mail
>(mlander@theatlantic.com) or by fax at (617) 854-7876.
>Michelle Lander
>Web Marketing Assistant, Atlantic Unbound

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Date: Sun, 13 Sep 1998 13:03:58 +0100
From: archonnet <archaeology@mail.serve.com>
Subject: Archaeology on the Net - Site Update and Books Database

Archaeology on the Net - Site Update and Books Database

Archaeology on the Net web site has been updated with the addition of an
extensive books database and addition of 150 new sites to the resources

The books database is an extensive collection of academic literature on
archaeology and closely related subjects. More than 6000 books are
collected in a searchable database which is divided into 72 categories

American Archaeology - American Great Plains, American Southwest, Latin
America, Mississipian Archaeology, South America
Ancient History
Anthropology - Anthropology, Human Origins, Gender Studies
Archaeology / General: Computing, Method and Theory, Cultural Heritage
Management, Ethnoarchaeology, Field Archaeology, GIS and Remote Sensing,
Historical Archaeology, Industrial Archaeology, Underwater Archaeology
Artifacts and Monuments - Artifacts, Ceramics, Lithics, Megalithic
Monuments, Rock Art
Classical Archaeology - Greek Art and Archaeology, Greek Architecture,
Greek Sculpture, Greek Vase Painting, Roman Art and Archaeology, Roman
Architecture, Roman Sculpture, Byzantine Archaeology.
Cultures - Assyrians, Etruscans, Hittites, Inca Archaeology, Maya
Archaeology, Minoans, Mycenaeans, Persians, Sumerians, Troy.
Near Eastern Archaeology - Biblical Archaeology, Egyptology, Islamic
Archaeology, Near Eastern Archaeology
Prehistory - Paleolithic, Neolithic, Chalcolithic
Regional - Aegean, Africa, Anatolia, Arctic, Asia, Australia, British
Isles, Europe, India and Pakistan, Pacific Islands, Scandinavia, Turkey
Related - Agriculture and Pastoralism, Archaeometry, Conservation,
Dendrochronology, Faunal and Floral Studies,Linguistics, Numismatics
Tools - Bibliographies, Biographies, Excavation Reports, Maps and
Atlases, Museums.

Located at http://www.serve.com/archaeology/books/index.html.

Archaeology on the Net is an annotated index of archaeology and related
resources. At present there are links to 1500+ sites categorized under
the following 33 subject headings:

Academic Departments, Bibliographies and Documentation, Course and
Teaching Material, Discussion Groups, Field Projects and Reports,
Fieldwork Opportunities, Journals, Maps and Atlases, Museums,
Newsgroups, Organizations, Institutes, Other Resource Lists,
Anthropology, Archaeological Computing, Conservation, Archaeometry,
Cultural Heritage Protection, Dendrochronology,
Ethnoarchaeology, Faunal and Floral Studies, GIS and Remote Sensing,
Linguistics, Lithics,
Rock Art, Underwater Archaeology, Regional: Anatolia, Africa, North and
Central/South America, Asia, Australia, Europe, Near East.

You can add a resource to the listed categories from the main index
page. The main index page is at: http://www.serve.com/archaeology

Archaeology on the Net

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