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Anachron City: Library: CyberCulture
Cyberculture books, references to social reports, and comics.
Big Fat Site
Articles, reviews, fandom columns and other opinion writing. Archives include information on some video games and e-business.
Includes virtual seminars, a course finder, activity calendar, debates, comics, book reviews, and quizzes, and links to other related sites.
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.
Electronic Frontier Foundation: Net.Culture Archiv
Cyberculture, history, and related papers.
Electronic Literature Directory
A comprehensive database of listings for electronic works, their authors, and their publishers.
Ellis in Wonderland
Japanese cyber-doll net-idol girl's site. [In Japanese and English]
Faces Assembly Line
Experimental project utilizing images of internet users. [French and English]
Iron Feather Journal #17
Started in 1987 as a hacker magazine, it has now grown to include all aspects of cyberpunk culture, music, contacts, reviews, and interviews.
A comic strip made by internet chatters, for internet chatters, using an internet chat program (MS "Comic" Chat). Unintended social commentary on cyber-living.
An ezine devoted to the digital subcultures. Articles on the dark sides of a information-based society, short-stories, exhibitions of computer graphics, fetish photographies, and links to the weirdest of the web.
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.
Online book by Wendy M. Grossman. Observations on the growth of the Internet and corresponding controversies surrounding it.
An in depth look at William Gibson, Cyberpunk as a subculture, and Technology.
The problems of the future today and flash portal. Club a Seal, Telebubby Fun Land and Pico.
A participatory self-adaptive website, where the content is contributed by its users. Where science fact meets science fiction.
Annual conference held in Camden, Maine. Explore Internet popular culture, privacy issues, and online ethics.
Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies
The Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies is an online, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to research, study, teach, support, and create diverse and dynamic elements of cyberculture.
A place for people who love to do nothing.
Suite101.com: The Internet Society
Editorial columns, links, and discussions about the Internet's effects on different aspects of society.
Comprehensive magazine on art, internet culture and the media. Contains articles, interviews, reviews, and net art. English and German.
Temple Ov Hombres
Multiply concatinated cultural output node. Includes hombre profiles, cartoons, and drink recipes.
The Indie Web Manifesto
Respects the individuals, their intelligence and their privacy; it's an open forum for thoughts and debate.
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.
The Rise of Proteus
Discussing artificial intelligence technology under development at a research laboratory in California, which would allow a computer system to learn on its own without software.