Coverall of subcultures that have "grown up" on the Internet. Also includes all other aspects of cyberculture.
Research by Barry Wellman and associates into social networks, social support, virtual community, computer networks as social networks
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.
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.
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.
Promotes inquiry into and discussion of intellectual, philosophical, artistic, and literary issues, and works for the intellectual and social achievement of society.
A comprehensive database of listings for electronic works, their authors, and their publishers.
Guide to the True Underground.
A container for the digital stuff of internet culture.
A comic strip made by internet chatters, for internet chatters, using an internet chat program (MS "Comic" Chat). Unintended social commentary on cyber-living.
A matrix architect's information designer lunchbox.
A website devoted to Microsoft's downfall.
Information on online communities, personal pages, information on hackers and cyber-liberties, and examination the nature of online life and identity.
A participatory self-adaptive website, where the content is contributed by its users. Where science fact meets science fiction.
Offers programs that bring innovators together from different fields, to undertake collaborative social innovation projects and initiatives around the world.
A place for people who love to do nothing.
Official site of the book by David Weinberger. Includes the entire text of selected chapters, and reviews.
A website and weblog about topics and issues discussed in Howard Rheingold's book Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution.
Multiply concatinated cultural output node. Includes hombre profiles, cartoons, and drink recipes.
Research site that is primarily concerned with how humor and humanity are conveyed online.
Respects the individuals, their intelligence and their privacy; it's an open forum for thoughts and debate.
Online version of Howard Rheingold's book.
Online community known for engaging conversation and intelligent debate. Features more than 260 conferences ranging from technical and specific to abstract and surreal.
Place where the real and the virtual meet.
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