Information Communication & Society

What are the new and evolving forms of computer- mediated human interaction? What direction will these forms take?

Information Communication and Society: A Note from the Editor, Brian Loader at William H. Dutton

We tell ourselves that our life will be complete when our spouse gets his or her act together, when we get a nicer car, are able to go on a nice vacation, when we retire. The truth is, there's no better time to be happy than right now. If not now, when? Your life will always be filled with challenges.

Content creation project designed to develop the use of internet technology as a tool for community development and economic regeneration in seven ex-steel communities: Owton/Rossmere, St Hilda's, North Ormesby, South Bank, Grangetown, Dormanstown and Skinningrove. Access the TVCO portal

Information Communication & Society

It is argued that a cultural and sociological understanding of information society benefits from the unique perspective provided by fiction and a sociological impressionism that is sensitive to literary insights.

Communication Technology - Definition of Communication Technology - QFINANCE

The World Economic Forum isn’t usually thought of as a source biased toward a particular nationality. Working with Insead, a respected business school in Europe that draws students from all over the world, it has produced its Global Information Technology Report - a report card on the Internet connection technology.

The Free Information Society | Malleus Maleficarum Blogs

Fujitsu is today pleased to announce the extension of its highly successful contract with the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) for the provision and management of its ICT Managed Services. - UK Press Release Distribution Service

Since 2001 we've taken the opportunity to expand our horizons. We realised fairly early on that the skills we'd been honing in our heritage work were eminently transferable to other fields. So for the last few years we've been busy diversifying into markets anew, whilst continuing to serve our traditional constituency.

Not only are user-to-user costs free but so are calls from office-based management to people in the field using our special desk terminal equipment. Office-to-user communication can be very expensive using a conventional GSM network.

Manchester based website leads the fight to change perceptions about Multiple Sclerosis

Set up late last year, Positive About MS is a website for those whose lives are affected by Multiple Sclerosis, but the aim of this Manchester based website is to offer more than just information.

Facebook 'cloaking' flaw allows unexpected snooping
University College London research student Shah Mahmood and Chair of Information Communication Technology Yvo Desmedt have told a conference of what they call a "zero day privacy loophole" in Facebook.

As a glance at the enormous diversity of our CV will attest, we are apt to turn our hand to more or less anything. Good multimedia is good multimedia: it's just a case of getting your core principles right.

Reliable, instant communications are essential for the safety of youngsters on the gruelling Ten Tors Challenge.

- Image manipulation - Video editing - Music and sound production - Website development - CD-ROM authoring - Web publishing 2013

New Projects

- Undertake outreach work with communities and
businesses, supporting entrepreneurial skills
development amongst voluntary and community

- Promote the use of IT as a means of communication
between social enterprises on a regional basis to
strengthen and sustain self-help practices and to
deliver mentoring services.

- Through the use of IT, create local, national and
international partnerships and support mechanisms for
social enterprise development.

- Assist social enterprises in the use of multi-media
techniques as a marketing tool.

- Encourage the participation of graduate and
post-graduates in social enterprise activity

- Assist social enterprises to attract funding and provide
help in establishing business systems and facilitating




Building upon the work of the TVCO project, we aims to encourage and facilitate community creativity and learning through technology. Its key focus is to support disadvantaged people and communities to explore and learn about content creation and media production/delivery aspects of ICTs.

The project will operate across an existing network of community ICT centres in the Tees Valley where basic ICT training provision is already established. e-create encompasses a wide range of creative activities and projects aimed at capturing peoples' imagination and interests. It seeks both to further develop the basic skills of those familiar with technology and to engage people who have not yet participated in ICT learning.