Authors


  • Baudrillard In Cyberspace
  • Book review of David Brin's Earth
  • Brad Cox's home page, including link to his book Taming the Electronic Frontier
  • Bruce Sterling Speech to High Technology Crime Investigation
  • Bulley, Alan D.,"Ethical Implications of the Information Highway
  • Bush, Vannavar, "As We May Think," Atlantic Monthly, July 1945
  • Charles Deemer's Home Page (Humanities and Cyberspace etc.)
  • Douglas Adams (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and assorted stuff)
  • George Gilder, Telecosm Articles
  • Greenberger, Martin, "The Computers of Tomorrow," Atlantic Monthly, May 1964
  • Hibbitts, Bernard, home page
  • Howard Rheingold's Home Page
  • Howard Rheingold, "A Slice of Life in My Virtual Community," June 1992
  • James O'Donnell, Review of Richard A. Lanham, The Electronic Word
  • James O'Donnell, "The Virtual Library: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed"
  • Jay David Bolter
  • John Brockman, The Third Culture
  • John Perry Barlow on Clipper: "Jackboots on the Infobahn"
  • John Perry Barlow's essays at EFF
  • John Perry Barlow: "Everything you know about intellectual property...
  • Kendall, Robert, "Writing for the New Millennium"
  • Mark D. Pesce, Final Amputation: Pathogenic Ontology In Cyberspace
  • Mark Poster's Home Page
  • Mark Poster Interview
  • Michael Joyce
  • Mitch Kapor's Home Page
  • Mitch Kapor, "Where Is the Digital Highway Really Heading? The Case for a Jeffersonian Information Policy"
  • Nancy Kaplan, Politexts, Hypertexts, and Other Cultural Formations in the Late Age of Print
  • Noam Chomsky Archive
  • Richard A. Lanham, "Chapter 4" from The Electronic Word: Democracy, Technology, and the Arts (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993)
  • Richard Lanham's website, Rhetorica
  • Robert M. Fowler, "The Fate of the Notion of Canon in the Electronic Age."
  • Robert M. Fowler, "How the Secondary Orality of the Electronic Age Can Awaken Us to the Primary Orality of Antiquity, or What Hypertext Can Teach Us About the Bible, with Reflections on the Ethical and Political Issues of the Electronic Frontier."
  • Robert Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
  • Sherry Turkle's Home Page at MIT
  • The Strangelove Affair (Michael Strangelove)
  • Stuart Moulthrop's Alternative Home Page
  • Stuart Moulthrop and Nancy Kaplan at Baltimore
  • William J. Mitchell, City of Bits: Space, Place, and the Infobahn (Cambridge: MIT Press, forthcoming)

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