Jan Michael Nolin (SSLIS): Speedism, Boxism and Markism: Three Ideologies of the Internet. Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the Web, says everyone in the world deserves a net connection. The future of the Internet: Instead of connecting us to the world, the Web is connecting us back to ourselves in an invisible feedback loop. Why science fiction never saw the Internet coming: A review of The Man Who Invented the Computer: The Biography of John Atanasoff, Digital Pioneer by Jane Smiley. Digging up the internet's ancient history: The internet is less than 20 years old, but parts already face extinction — the first archaeological dig of the web will preserve some of its treasures. The future of cyberspace: Are technologies giving greater voice to democratic activists in authoritarian societies, or more powerful tools to their oppressors? Point-and-Click Politics: The Internet has fueled polarization and gridlock, but it's also giving us new tools for self-government. The Internet is not a tuna sandwich: An interview with digital-media expert Susan Crawford on net neutrality and policy responses to Internet freedom. Will a looming shortage of IP addresses shut down the Internet? From PC World, a look at why the Internet needs a Dewey Decimal System. The Facebook of stuff: "Thing daemon", or Thingd for short, is one-half of Joe Einhorn's plan to create the world's best database of objects. How Facebook can become bigger in five years than Google is today. What can psychology tell us about why people go to Facebook? The Great Cyberheist: Inside the mind of Albert Gonzalez, America’s most notorious computer hacker. Gratuitous: How sexism threatens to undermine the Internet. Blog Theory: Feedback and Capture in the Circuits of Drive by Jodi Dean brings the heavy guns of literary theory to bear on the purportedly trivial activity of blogging.