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The Center for Internet Research (TCFIR) is a transdisciplinary research organization created with the purpose of systematically investigating the vast intersection of Internet technology and the human experience.
 
This exploration is taking place from a variety of perspectives including information technology, computer science, humanities, ethics, psychology, commerce, politics, public policy, anthropology, semiotics, sociology, andragogy, and pedagogy with projects that span the industrial, government, scientific and academic domains.
 
It is only by virtue of the existence of the Internet that this collaborative paradigm, at this scale and scope, is even possible.
 
It is the ultimate objective of TCFIR to not only advance pure scientific understanding of the Internet but to also produce practicable technologies and knowledge that will help to shape the future of the Internet.
 
TCFIR welcomes the participation and contributions of the worldwide community of Internet scholars.
  W. Reid Cornwell Ph.D., Chairman and Research Director

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"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man. " - George Bernard Shaw
The Center For Internet research, tcfir
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