What Should Atomic and BITonic Learn from Each Other?

Yesha Sivan


We are in the midst of a journey. We are moving from an atomic world, where physical stuff is critical to a bitonic world where things made of bits are critical. The atomic world is not going away. It is here to stay. The atomic world is augmented by a bit-like, digital, often called virtual artifacts. As researchers our goal is to connect the two. Facilitate learning from one setting to another. At the forefront of this learning we find the legal and governance perspectives.

As you examine the issue, you can get a good sense of a field that uses past discussion to advance
new issues.


atomic; bitonic; managing; editor; virtual worlds; legal; law

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4101/jvwr.v6i3.7095

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