Founded in 2019, the Center for Research of Internet Culture (CRIC) is a non-profit online organization dedicated to the provision of original insight on the mechanics of Internet Culture, past and present, including (but certainly not limited to) the history, sociology, memetics, folklore, anthropology, literature, linguistics and philosophy of, on, and around the Internet, its communities and associated impacts on everyday life both online and offline.
Currently, the CRIC is the organiser and publisher of the Open Journal of Internet Culture (OJIC), an Open-Access research journal of free (CC-Attrib-NC-ND) electronic distribution. We encourage authors from all walks of life to contribute with original manuscripts for inclusion consideration. More information in the OJIC section.
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