Eine Auswahl an einschlägigen Texten zur Geschichte und Gegenwart des Journalismus.online:

Vannevar Bush (1945): „As we may think“. Atlantic Monthly, 07/1945, S.101-108.

J. C. R. Licklider (1960): „Man-Computer-Symbiosis“.  IRE Transactions on Human Factors in Electronics, volume HFE-1, pages 4-11, March 1960

Doug Engelbart (1962): „Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework“. SRI Summary Report AFOSR-3223 • Prepared for: Director of Information Sciences, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Washington DC, Contract AF 49(638)-1024 • SRI Project No. 3578 (AUGMENT,3906,).

Paul Baran (1964): „On Distributed Communications“. RAND Corporation, August 1964.

Ted Nelson (1965): „A File Structure for the Complex, the Changing and the Indeterminate“. ACM 20th National Conference 1965.

Tim Berners-Lee (1989): „Information Management: A Proposal“. Cern, W3-Archiv 1990.

Mark Weiser (1991): „The Computer for the 21th Century“Scientific American, 9/1991.

Jean Armour Polly (1994): „Birth of a Metaphor–The Nascence of Surfing the Internet“. Net-Mom 3/2008.

Lara Catledge und James Pitkow  (1995): „Characterizing Browsing Strategies in the World Wide Web“. In: Computer Networks and ISDN Systems 27 (6), S.1065-1073 (April 1995).

Paul Dourish (1995): „Developing a Reflective Model of Collaborative Systems“. Rank Xerox Research Centre 1995.

S. Hambridge (1995): „Netiquette Guidelines“. RFC 1855. Network Working Group.

John Perry Barlow (1996): „A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace“. Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Volker Grassmuck (2000): „Die Wissens-Allmende“. Katalog Interface 5, 7/2000.

Tim O’Reilly (2005): „What is Web 2.0?“ In: oreilly.com, 30.09.2005.

Jeff Howe (2006): „The Rise of Crowdsourcing“. In: Wired, 06.01.2006.

Jay Rosen (2006): „The People Formerly Known as the Audience“. Pressthink, 27.06.2006.

Adrian Holovaty (2006): „A fundamental way newspaper sites need to Change“. Holovaty.com, 06.09.2006.

Nicholas Carr (2006): „Digital sharecropping“. Rough Type, 19.12.2006.

Jakob Nielsen (2006): „The 90-9-1 Rule for Participation Inequality in Social Media and Online Communities“. Nielsen Norman Group, 09.10.2006.

Jeff Jarvis (2007): „End of Page“. Buzzmachine, 28.05.2007.

Jeff Jarvis (2009): „Product v. process journalism: The myth of perfection v. beta culture“. Buzzmachine, 07.06.2009.

Chris Anderson und Michael Wolff (2010): „The Web is Dead. Long Live the Internet“. In: Wired, 08/2010.

ECO Verband der deutschen Internetwirtschaft e.V. (2011): „Eco-Richtlinie für zulässiges E-Mail-Marketing“. Köln.

Birgit van Eimeren (2015): „Nachrichtenrezeption im Internet“. In: MediaPerspektiven, 1/2015, S.2-7.

Volker Lilienthal u.a. (2015): „Digitaler Journalismus: Dynamisierung, Technisierung, Dialogisierung“. In: MediaPerspektiven, 1/2015, S.30-40.