- The relationships of Freedom and the Digital Divide or the importance of (free) Blogs
- Towards e-Health 2.0? Health and Web 2.0 in the Information Age
- Blogs for e-Government: sufficient condition, but not necessary
- Digital students, analogue institutions, teachers in extinction
- Analogue Teachers vs. Digital Students
- Keys to the Success of Digitally Advanced Societies
- Development of the Information Society: After Infrastructures, Pull Strategies
e-Government Monograph: iCities Conference
- iCities (Ia). Opening Session: Digital Citizens vs. Analogue Institutions
- iCities (Ib). Opening Session: Intelligent Cities & Plan Avanza.
- iCities (II). Round Table: Innovation and Change. Is it possible to make the citizen’s life easier?
- iCities (III). Case Study: GijÃ³n. The Connected City.
- iCities (IV). Round Table: mGovernment. The Mobile Phone and its integration in e-Government
- iCities (V). Round Table: Connected Citizens. Cyberactivism.
- iCities (VI). Round Table: Journalism on the Net
- iCities (VII). Round Table: Networked Citizens. Blogs, Where to?
- iCities (VIII). Round Table: Eager Citizens. Entrepreneurs.
- iCities (IX). Debate: The Handbook of the blog in the enterprise.
- iCities (X). Round Table: The Limits of 2.0
- iCities (XI). Round Table: Free Software in the Administration