DEPARTMENT: Editorial pointers
DEPARTMENT: News track
COLUMN: Practical programmer
`But my project is different' really is a valid response.
Robert L. Glass
COLUMN: The business of software
Software developers would do well to place more emphasis on the social and communication traits of team members.
Phillip G. Armour
COLUMN: On site
Researchers rate publications by perception, quality, and how these factors determine where they would prefer their own e-commerce work be published.
Pratyush Bharati, Peter Tarasewich
There are great similarities between the work of the software developer and the work of the mathematician.
SPECIAL ISSUE: The adaptive web
Peter Brusilovsky, Mark T. Maybury
Allowing mobile users to access any information at any time from any location.
Daniel Billsus, Clifford A. Brunk, Craig Evans, Brian Gladish, Michael Pazzani
Barry Smyth, Keith Bradley, Rachael Rafter
The N24 Web site  belongs to a network of sites operated by Kirch Group that complement associated television stations in Germany. The relaunch of the N24 site focuses on tighter integration with the N24 cable news brand, …
Josef Fink, JÜrgen Koenemann, Stephan Noller, Ingo Schwab
Elisabeth André, Thomas Rist
Keith Cheverst, Keith Mitchell, Nigel Davies
Liliana Ardissono, Anna Goy, Giovanna Petrone, Marino Segnan
Ask questions, get personalized answers.
Marc Light, Mark T. Maybury
Paul De Bra
Diana Bental, Alison Cawsey
Personalized hypermedia systems may be in conflict with privacy concerns of computer users, and with privacy laws that are in effect in many countries.
When devising an e-business strategy for legacy firms, be wary of the five myths of e-business development while embracing the five guidelines of managerial responsibility and leadership.
Edieal J. Pinker, Abraham Seidmann, Reginald C. Foster
Mobile agents are changing the face of e-business and reshaping business models. In the process these agents are also posing new concerns regarding who really owns information.
Christian Wagner, Efraim Turban
Having moved out of confining local communities and work groups, people worldwide now involve themselves in far-flung, Internet-enhanced social relationships with friends, family, workmates, and neighbors.
How to balance free and open access to scientific data with privileged access to new results by authors while protecting them from being scooped by competing interpretations of their own data.
John J. Helly, T. Todd Elvins, Don Sutton, David Martinez, Scott E. Miller, Steward Pickett, Aaron M. Ellison
A framework that ties together relevant management ideas that help organizations strategically and operationally align themselves with new Web-based IT.
COLUMN: Technical opinion
A back and forth challenge for the design of a digital nervous system.
Michael Tow Cheung, Ziqi Liao
COLUMN: Inside risks