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James Madison, “Federalist No. 14: Objections to the proposed Constitution from extent of territory answered,” New York Packet (New York City, 30 November 1787). James Madison, fourth president of the United States, played a major part in the debates that led to the Constitution, helped frame the Bill of Rights, and contributed to the Federalist Papers. As president, he became a temporary refugee when British forces burned the capital during the War of 1812. 2. The idea of a social contract resonated strongly among the founders of the United States.
17 For about one hundred years, the idea has been that the larger the network the larger the dividend to subscribers. Recently, however, this “static” view of network externalities has come under reconsideration, in part, because of the success of Internet sites where subscribers also contribute content. On these sites, an increase in the number of members leads to an increase in the number of interactions, which, in turn, generates the creation of new content. New content attracts attention to the site, increasing the number of new members yet again, who go on to create more new content, thereby generating “dynamic” externalities.
Still, as Horrigan documents in his work with the Pew Internet Project, it is what people do with their access that creates consequences for those who are connected as well as those who are not. 1. The Internet reduces uncertainty for users in important contexts. The availability of online health and medical information is perhaps the best example of how online information helps in the face of uncertainty. Many health or medical problems, in addition to being problems in themselves, can be exacerbated by the uncertainty they create.
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