- Humanity, not technology, is driving the Web. Frentzen, Jeff // PC Week;02/16/98, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p148
Discusses the Internet as an entertainment medium. Online communities; Sites like ESPNZone, The Globe, Parent Soup, Bolt, Cybergrrl, Res Rocket, GeoCities and Tripod; Addresses for each, and a short description of what each site offers.
- Web currents. Fulenwider, Anne // Vanity Fair;Apr2000, Issue 476, p466
Cites the exponential growth of a World Wide Web subculture spawned by a dialogue among television commercials, old cartoons, hit movies and primitive animation. Web Hall of Fame featuring parodies developed by cartoon fan Craig Mitchell; Web site featuring the Dancing Shatners, a parody of...
- Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950â€“1975. Szwarek, Magan // Booklist;12/1/2013, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p42
A review is presented for the website and online resource "Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975," hosted by the publishing company Adam Matthew, found at rockandroll.amdigital.co.uk.
- Netropolitan. // New Scientist;07/31/99, Vol. 163 Issue 2197, p19
Offers information about web sites devoted to study of the Internet. An examination of the social, cultural, political, economic, and aesthetic aspects of the Internet by the Association of Internet Researchers; A discussion of cyberculture at the Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies form...
- Using the Web for your operation. VOGT, WILLIE // American Agriculturist (0161-8237);Nov2015, Vol. 212 Issue 11, p34
The article offers the author's insights on the changes in the websites for the agriculture industry in the U.S. including the Web Exclusives, that is aimed at maximizing the Internet experience of computer users.
- ENTERTAINMENT. // Applied Arts Magazine;Jan/Feb2003 Awards Annual, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p256
Photographs of entertainment websites are presented, including noggin.com and UnpluggedTV.
- Surfbaud: Think globally, drink locally. Phillips, Glenn // Australian Personal Computer;Sep99, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p207
Discusses Web sites that provide information about entertainment events happening in various cities in Australia. Active-Sydney site; Information about cities outside of Melbourne and Sydney; Australia's Cultural Network site; Hobart City Council's Guide to the City of Hobart.
- Microsoft's sidewalk. Tanaka, Jennifer // Newsweek;6/9/1997, Vol. 129 Issue 23, p84
Describes the World Wide Web site New York Sidewalk, by Microsoft. The role of the site as an entertainment guide for New York City; The other cities planned.
- the cool hunters. // Cleo;Sep2010, p66
The article reviews several web sites including the pedestrian.tv pop-culture news site, lifestyle website lifelounge.com, and event Web site thevine.com.au.