Internet Society (ISOC).
- Network Information Centres (NICs)
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).
Information and Directory Services Inc. (MIDS).
Inc., a research consultancy providing information and
analysis on all aspects of the geography of telecommunications.
Internet Archive. Their mission is ..."collecting and storing
public materials from the Internet such as the World Wide Web, Netnews,
and downloadable software. The Archive will provide historians,
researchers, scholars, and others access to this vast collection of
data (reaching ten terabytes), and ensure the longevity of this
International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
on Communication Networks and Telecommunications of the
International Geographical Union (IGU).
on the Geography of the Information Society of the
International Geographical Union (IGU). Lead by Aharon Kellerman, Henry
Bakis and Mark Wilson.
Laboratory for Applied Network Research (NLANR).
Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA).
Internetworking Alliance (WIA), a coalition of parties
working together to help effect a truly international, independent,
autonomous Internet institutional environment.
Networking Group (APNG).
name registries around the world, a comprehensive list of
nearly one hundred registries compiled by Thomas Ohrbom.
Society for Information Science.
Electronic Space (E*Space) Project, "...exploring the spatial
context of information technology, with emphasis on policy, economy and
society", Institute for Public Policy and Social Science Research,
Michigan State University, USA.
Varenius Project. "NCGIA's project to advance geographic
information science, aims to foster research in three strategic areas
of geographic information science .... [including the] geographies of
the information society."
Informationcity.org project examining information
technologies and the future of urban environments. A urban research
initiative by New York University.
Atlas of Cyberspaces
the Cybergeography Research web pages are no longer being updated.
The project ran from 1997- 2004, but my research has moved away into
areas (see my blog
for latest). If you have any questions or comments, please
email me at: m.dodge (at) manchester.ac.uk.
( © Copyright Martin Dodge, 2007.)