Winter-Spring 2004

Now You See It — Now You Don't
New BA Degree in Community Media and Technology at UMass/Boston
The Boston Earned Income Tax Credit Electronic Filing and Technology Access Project

CTCNet — Update Now, Looking Back & Looking Ahead

Dispatches from the AFCN
The Third Age of Community Networking
The Next Wave: Community Information Hubs
Closing the Books on ACORN — Well, Almost

Growing Demand for Rural Broadband and the Growing Digital Network
Telemedicine in Hawaii
Community Technology Leadership Development: The Case of Mountaintown

Public Policy
Addressing Gaps in Internet Content and Access: New Research, Guidelines, and Legislation
The CAN SPAM Act, or How to Earn Big Dollars Suing Spammers
Lessons Learned from the Very First (but Definitely Not Last) Ohio Community Technology Day

This Evaluation Will Be Televised: An Interview with Chet Davis, Ohio Community Computing VISTA
Making VISTA Work in Community Technology in Austin
Interactive Web Design for the Technically Uninclined
CompuMentor Report Finds Providing Technology Assistance to Nonprofits Is A Difficult Task for CTCs

Back Cover
The CTC VISTAs, 2003-04