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  • Barry Wellman - Research by Barry Wellman and associates into social networks, social support, virtual community, computer networks as social networks
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  • Big Fat Site - Articles, reviews, fandom columns and other opinion writing. Archives include information on some video games and e-business.
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  • Contact Consortium - The first global organization focused on inhabited virtual spaces on the Internet. These spaces are shared in real time by thousands of users and represent a new frontier in the experience of cyberspace.
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  • Cyberbuss - Cyberculture project that brings a virtual community of cyber freaks from 17+ different countries into the same existence. The silvery buss travels over land and through cyberspace posting virtual trips online recreating their reality and immortalizing their adventures.
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  • CyberPunk - A LiveJournal community. Rivet boys and rivet girls rant and moan about technology, music, conspiracies, art, and design.
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  • Cyberspace - Contains various links to topics related to cyberspace.
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  • The Dog Museum - Research site that is primarily concerned with how humor and humanity are conveyed online.
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  • Edge - Promotes inquiry into and discussion of intellectual, philosophical, artistic, and literary issues, and works for the intellectual and social achievement of society.
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  • Electronic Literature Directory - A comprehensive database of listings for electronic works, their authors, and their publishers.
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  • Gumey - Random art, animation, and site news.
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  • HoleWorld - Guide to the True Underground.
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  • The Indie Web Manifesto - Respects the individuals, their intelligence and their privacy; it's an open forum for thoughts and debate.
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  • The Internet: Behavioral and Other Impacts - Study about how Internet/online impacts the lives of users -- Encompasses marriages, family, friendships, health, predators, cybersex, online romance and Internet addictions -- based on a survey by AOL.
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  • iStuff - A container for the digital stuff of internet culture.
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  • Jerkcity - A comic strip made by internet chatters, for internet chatters, using an internet chat program (MS "Comic" Chat). Unintended social commentary on cyber-living.
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  • K10k - A matrix architect's information designer lunchbox.
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  • KMFMS - Kein Mitleid Für MicroSoft - A website devoted to Microsoft's downfall.
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  • MkzdK 4.2 - Uses creative web arts to look at the Cosmos and new cosmologies, Gaia and gaian science, the Earth adventure and the life of the spirit.
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  • Need To Know - Britain's most sarcastic high-tech weekly newsletter.
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  • Net Culture - Information on online communities, personal pages, information on hackers and cyber-liberties, and examination the nature of online life and identity.
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  • Newgrounds - The problems of the future today and flash portal. Club a Seal, Telebubby Fun Land and Pico.
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  • Planet X - A participatory self-adaptive website, where the content is contributed by its users. Where science fact meets science fiction.
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  • PopTech - Offers programs that bring innovators together from different fields, to undertake collaborative social innovation projects and initiatives around the world.
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  • The Psychology of Cyberspace - An evolving conceptual framework for understanding the various psychological components of cyberspace and how people react to and behave within it.
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  • Slackers Domain - A place for people who love to do nothing.
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  • Small Pieces Loosely Joined - Official site of the book by David Weinberger. Includes the entire text of selected chapters, and reviews.
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  • Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution - A website and weblog about topics and issues discussed in Howard Rheingold's book Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution.
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  • Suck.com - Humorous articles and discussions on the daily basis.
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  • Temple Ov Hombres - Multiply concatinated cultural output node. Includes hombre profiles, cartoons, and drink recipes.
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  • Unreal Enterprises - Place where the real and the virtual meet.
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  • The Virtual Community - Online version of Howard Rheingold's book.
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  • The WELL - Online community known for engaging conversation and intelligent debate. Features more than 260 conferences ranging from technical and specific to abstract and surreal.
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