[SIGCIS-Members] Call for Ideas!

mariann unterluggauer mariann at nomatic.org
Tue Aug 23 03:35:59 PDT 2016


On 22 Aug 2016, at 22:20, Dag Spicer <dspicer at computerhistory.org> wrote:

> Can anyone suggest some canonical and effective texts in Infrastructure Studies?

i am not sure what you are exactly looking for. so i just can recommend some "canonical" search options:

the terena papers are helpful, imho. https://www.terena.org/publications/
(i am thankful that  they didn't erase the url when uniting with géant)

 - oecd reports are another good source & as well as digging: bookshop.europe.eu

all the best,
mariann
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> Thanks!
> 
> Dag
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