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The number following each entry shows the chapter number and reading number. For instance, "8-1" is Chapter 8, reading 1.


Adler, Jerry, Online and Bummed Out, 1-7
alt.men.waste-time (Hackett), 4-2
Bards of the Internet (Elmer-Dewitt), 2-1
Barlow, John Perry, A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace, 6-2
Barlow, John Perry, Is There a There in Cyber-Space?, 1-1
Becker, Howard S., A New Art Form: Hypertext Fiction, 3-5
Bellagio Declaration, The, 5-2
Birkerts, Sven, Hypertext: Of Mouse and Man, 2-4
Birkerts, Sven, Into the Electronic Millennium, 8-5
Birth of a Digital Nation (Katz), 7-1
Bolter, Jay David, The Computer as a New Writing Space, 2-5
Bruckman, Amy, Finding One's Own in Cyberspace, 1-8
Buckley, William F., Jr., Internet: The Lost Fight, 6-3
Chapman, Gary, Flamers, 2-2
Child Online Protection Act (United States Congress), 6-5
Clift, Steven L., Putting Pen to Paper: Electronic Democracy, Write On!, 7-3
Clift, Steven L., Using Electronic Communication for Political Discussions, 2-6
Commingled Bits--Repurposing the Material Girl (Negroponte), 2-3
Computer as a New Writing Space, The (Bolter), 2-5
Conway, Martha, Girl Birth Death Water, 3-4
Critcal Art Ensemble, Utopian Plagiarism, Hypertextuality, and Electronic Cultural Production, 5-4
Cyberpunk Manifesto, A (Kirtchev), 7-4
Daum, Meghan, On the Fringes of the Physical World, 4-5
December 24, 2005A Virtual Christmas Party (Walker), 8-2
A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace (Barlow), 6-2
Digital Unbound (Melrod), 3-1
Dillemuth, Jay, Omphalokepis, 3-3
Elmer-Dewitt, Philip, Bards of the Internet 2-1
Emerging Faith Communities of Cyberspace, The (Henderson), 1-6
Exon, Jim, Only the Force of Law Can Deter Pornographers, 6-4
Finding One's Own in Cyberspace (Bruckman), 1-8
Flamers (Chapman), 2-2
Gender Gap in Cyberspace (Tannen), 4-1
Gerrard, Lisa, Thoughts on Computers, Gender, and the Body Electric, 4-4
Girl Birth Death Water (Conway), 3-4
Goldstein, Niles Elliot, My Online Synagogue, 1-5
Greenfeld, Karl Taro, You've Got Music!, 5-1
Hackett, George, alt.men.waste-time 4-2
Henderson, Charles, The Emerging Faith Communities of Cyberspace, 1-6
Huff, Chuck, The Internet Is a Fine Place for Women, 4-3
Hypertext: Of Mouse and Man (Birkerts), 2-4
In Online Debate, Candidates Focus on Issues without Spin (Raney), 7-2
Internet Is a Fine Place for Women, The (Huff), 4-3
Internet: The Lost Fight (Buckley), 6-3
Into the Electronic Millennium (Birkerts), 8-5
Is There a There in Cyber-Space? (Barlow), 1-1
Joyce, Michael, Twelve Blue, 3-2
Katz, Jon, Birth of a Digital Nation, 7-1
Katz, Jon, The Tales They Tell in Cyber-Space, 1-2
King,, Storm A., Three Previews of Coming Attractions, 8-3
Kirtchev, Christian A., A Cyberpunk Manifesto, 7-4
Leslie, Jacques, MUDroom, 1-3
The Long Boom: A History of the Future, 1980-2020 (Schwartz and Leyden), 8-4
Melrod, George, Digital Unbound, 3-1
Metaworlds (Rossney), 1-4
MUDroom (Leslie), 1-3
My Online Synagogue (Goldstein), 1-5
Negroponte, Nicholas, Commingled Bits--Repurposing the Material Girl 2-3
New Art Form: Hypertext Fiction, A (Becker), 3-5
New Mediaeval Aesthetic (Zorach), 5-3
New Precinct: Cyberspace, A (Sussman), 8-1
Omphalokepis (Dillemuth), 3-3
On the Fringes of the Physical World (Daum), 4-5
Online and Bummed Out (Adler), 1-7
Only the Force of Law Can Deter Pornographers (Exon), 6-4
Putting Pen to Paper: Electronic Democracy, Write On! (Clift), 7-3
Raney, Rebecca Fairly, In Online Debate, Candidates Focus on Issues without Spin, 7-2
Rossney, Robert, Metaworlds, 1-4
Schwartz, Peter, and Leyden, Peter, The Long Boom: A History of the Future, 1980-2020, 8-4
Static in Cyberspace: Free Speech on the Internet (Wiener), 6-1
Sussman, Vic, A New Precinct: Cyberspace, 8-1
Tales They Tell in Cyber-Space, The (Katz), 1-2
Tannen, Deborah, Gender Gap in Cyberspace, 4-1
Thoughts on Computers, Gender, and the Body Electric (Gerrard), 4-4
Three Previews of Coming Attractions (King), 8-3
Twelve Blue (Joyce), 3-2
United States Congress, Child Online Protection Act, 6-5
Using Electronic Communication for Political Discussions (Clift), 2-6
Utopian Plagiarism, Hypertextuality, and Electronic Cultural Production (Critcal Art Ensemble),5-4
Walker, Janice R., December 24, 2005A Virtual Christmas Party, 8-2
Wiener, Jon, Static in Cyberspace: Free Speech on the Internet, 6-1
You've Got Music! (Greenfeld), 5-1
Zorach, Rebecca E., New Mediaeval Aesthetic, 5-3

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