'Cellevision’ and ‘Takeout TV’: Literally, TV On-the-Go, by J. P. Shim, Mississippi State University; Julie M. Shim, Cambridge, MA; and Kyungmo Ahn, Kyunghee University. Decision Line, March 2006, 37(2).
RSS Readers: Push Technologies Rise Again, by Kenneth E. Kendall, Rutgers University. Decision Line, January 2006, 37(1).
Satellite Mapping and Its Potential in Ecommerce: Why We Need Directions to Follow Our New Maps, by Julie E. Kendall, Rutgers University. Decision Line, October 2005, 36(5).
Why Japan and Korea Are Leading in the Mobile Business Industry, by J. P. Shim, Mississippi State University. Decision Line, May 2005, 36(3).
Extreme Programming in Practice: A Human-Valued Approach to the DSI Conference Management System,” by Kenneth E. Kendall, Feature Editor. Decision Line, October 2004, 35(5).
The Roles of Universities in Ecommerce and Ebusiness Growth and Expansion, by J. P. Shim, Mississippi State University, and Mark G. Simkin, University of Nevada. Decision Line, July 2004, 35(4).
Document Management in the Digital Age: Why Do We Still Use Paper?, by Greg Sherbon, Resorts International Hotel, Inc. (Decision Line, v35n1).
M-commerce Around the World: Mobile Services and Applications in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Finland, and the U.S., by J. P. Shim, Mississippi State University, and Julie M. Shim, Salomon Smith Barney (Decision Line, v34n5).
Collaborative Technologies and Virtual Teams: Which Is More Important—The ‘Technology' or the ‘Team'?, by Jack D. Becker, University of North Texas (Decision Line, v34n4).
Open Source Software—As Good As It Gets, by Sameer Verma, San Francisco State University (Decision Line, v34n3).
E-distance and the Theatres of South Jersey, by Julie E. Kendall, Rutgers University (Decision Line, v34n2).
Artificial Intelligence, Ecommerce and Personalized Services: Ready or Not, Here They Come, by Kenneth E. Kendall, Feature Editor (Decision Line, v34n1).
Is It Worthwhile to Target University Students?, by Hyo-Joo Han, College of Computing, New Jersey Institute of Technology; and Rosalie Ocker, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University (Decision Line, v33n5).
Exploring Beliefs Regarding e-Commerce: What Do Small Business Executives Think?, by Cynthia K. Riemenschneider and Vicki McKinney, University of Arkansas (Decision Line, v33n4).
Risk E-Business: Assessing Risk in Electronic Commerce, by Dennis W. Viehland, Institute of Information and Mathematical Sciences, Massey University (New Zealand) (Decision Line, v33n3).
Recommendations for Surviving Shifting ISPs: Be the Master of Your Domain, by Kenneth E. Kendall, Feature Editor (Decision Line, v33n2).
B2C ecommerce: Observations about a Technology in Its Early Stages, by Kenneth E. Kendall, Feature Editor (Decision Line, v33n1).
Are Corporate Board Members Ready for e-Commerce?, by Ernie Jordan, Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Macquarie University (Decision Line, v32n5).
B2B Online Reverse Auctions: Whats New?, by Diane H. Parente, Ray Venkataraman, John Fizel, and Ido Millet, School of Business, Pennsylvania State University - Erie (Decision Line, v32n4).
The Paradoxes of e-Business and the Network Paradigm, by Peter Ping Li, California State University, Stanislaus (Decision Line, v32n3).
Ecommerce: Technologies That Do Steal!, by Fay Cobb Payton, College of Management, North Carolina State University (Decision Line, v32n2).
The Next Big Thing in eCommerce, by Merrill Warkentin, Northeastern University (Decision Line, v32n1).
Public Key Infrastructure: Is This Digital ID System Having an Identity Crisis of Its Own?, by Eric C. Turner, The George Washington University (Decision Line, v31n5).
Ecommerce: Thou Shall Not Steal, by Kenneth E. Kendall, Feature Editor (Decision Line, v31n4).
Global Electronic Commerce Central: A Real-Time Market for Ecommerce Teaching Resources, by Chris Westland, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (Decision Line, v31n3).
Creation of a Centre for Electronic Business at Universiti Putra Malaysia, by Chun Kwong Han, Universiti Putra Malaysia (Decision Line, v31n2).
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Kenneth E. Kendall, Feature Editor of "Ecommerce"