From the Journal of Social Structure, Dean Lusher (Melbourne) and Robert Ackland (ANU): A Relational Hyperlink Analysis of an Online Social Movement. Chad Wellmon (Virginia): Why Google Isn't Making Us Stupid or Smart. Internet makes us smarter and dumber: Future humans will be both multitaskers and screen-bound hermits — is this a good thing? Here's what Google (plus Microsoft and Amazon) will sell at their stores. I'm being followed: How Google — and 104 other companies — are tracking you on the Web (and more and more). Me want cookies: Apple’s pro-privacy, anti-cookie strategy for mobile Web browsing hurts Google, but it doesn’t help users. Rex Hammond likes Apple — and he likes that the US Justice Dept. is preparing to sue them. From Blog.org, David Brake so wishes we could uninvent Twitter. Streaming Dream: YouTube takes on traditional television. The Internet makes magic disappear: YouTube has killed the magician's art, and threatens the stores where tricks have been passed down for generations. The "visible web" is what you can find using general web search engines — the "invisible web" is what you cannot find using these types of tools.