Those of us interested in automated information technology and knowledge networking think the following sources of information are of interest.
Red Rock Eater is Phil Agre’s personal list, typically composed of interesting links but carrying provocative essays and reviews on occasion.
Also of interest is Communications Related Headlines, a daily service of the Benton Foundation, and the weekly Scout Report of interesting web resources.
Depending upon your particular interest. We find the occasional Design Research News
EPIC Alert of interest regarding, respectively, IT design and Privacy issues.
The Entovision Update list is business-oriented but a good source of information re: whatever the current Knowledge Management buzz is.
The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries
the digital opportunity list are of interest.
Recently, the Solaris list has had much interesting debate about Open Source and non-Western development issues.
Practical Gatherings, a network for those trying to make a career out of ethnographic research in organizations, has recently launched a discussion list.
Sourceforge is an excellent place to begin exploring Open Source
you should also be aware of the Free Software Foundation.
A new initiative which is worth following involves Manuel Castells and Linus Torvalds: Berkeley Center for the Information Society..