Non-commercial resource dedicated to the anthropological study of cyberspace. Includes virtual seminars, an e-library, discussion groups, a course finder, a glossary, a calendar of activities, comics, and book reviews.
Promotes inquiry into and discussion of intellectual, philosophical, artistic, and literary issues, and works for the intellectual and social achievement of society.
Research by Barry Wellman and associates into social networks, social support, virtual community, computer networks as social networks
Weird, wired, and wonderful links selected by a group of contributors.
A collection of resources related to the study of Virtual Communities. Approaches, technologies, and CMC.
Computers, the Internet and You
Information on how the Internet has allowed everyday people to explore their passions and interests.
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.
News and musings on how we communicate in the online age.
Conversations with Dina
Weblog on social software and technology that change the way people connect, communicate and collaborate.
Cyber Behavior Research Center
Research center with information on the interface between human behavior and new technology, especially the web.
A LiveJournal community. Rivet boys and rivet girls rant and moan about technology, music, conspiracies, art, and design.
Contains various links to topics related to cyberspace.
The Dog Museum
Research site that is primarily concerned with how humor and humanity are conveyed online.
Economic TeleDevelopment Forum
Dialogue and collaboration with leaders of other communities that are embracing the concept of smart cities or smart communities.
A public service from BEA dedicated to documenting the e-generation through its autobiographical stories.
Teach uses of the Internet for Christian evangelism.
A collection of articles by Michael Finley and others on cyberspace and cyberculture.
Private parallel web/ alternative reality.
Identity and gender in cyberspace
The Synthetic Environment is used to describe a setting where any electronic cue to the persons identity is entirely under their own control.
The Lost Library of MOO
Reconstructed version of the old MOO/MU* document library.
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