Research center with information on the interface between human behavior and new technology, especially the web.
Contains various links to topics related to cyberspace.
Reconstructed version of the old MOO/MU* document library.
Information on online communities, personal pages, information on hackers and cyber-liberties, and examination the nature of online life and identity.
A public service from BEA dedicated to documenting the e-generation through its autobiographical stories.
A LiveJournal community. Rivet boys and rivet girls rant and moan about technology, music, conspiracies, art, and design.
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
A collection of resources related to the study of Virtual Communities. Approaches, technologies, and CMC.