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  • Center for Digital Discourse and Culture - The Center at Virginia Tech dedicated to exploring cyberculture and digital life, while providing a point of publication for related materials.
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  • Center for Internet Studies - Center for Internet Studies at the University of Washington examines the relationship between the Internet and global society. The Center is an international resource for business, government, and academic communities.
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  • Cybercultura - Portal features links to articles and related sites.
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  • Cyberculture - Email list and archives for the discussion of cyberspace.
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  • Cybersociology Magazine - Regularly published online magazine for researchers of cyberspace. Includes original articles by a number of students and researchers, book reviews, site reviews, and special features.
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  • Fragment.nl - Weblog and resource listings from a cyberculture researcher.
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  • Internet Studies at Queen's - Based in the Sociology Department at Queen's University in Ontario, Canada.
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  • JOHO: Journal of the Hyperlinked Organization - An independent newsletter that considers the Web's effect on how business works and the emergence of the hyperlinked organization.
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  • NewMediaStudies.com - A site for the study of new media, containing book reviews, website reviews, web design guides, and Internet information.
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  • Virtual Society - Research Program directed by Steve Woolgar. Projects, resources and events.
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