TubMud Bibliography: CyberSpace

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  1. Corliss, Richard: Virtual, Man !
    in: TIME International, Vol.142, No.18, November 1, 1993, p.66 ff

  2. Elmer-Dewitt, Philip: First Nation in Cyberspace
    in: TIME International, Vol.142, No.24, December 6, 1993, p.62 ff

  3. Elmer-Dewitt, Philip: Nabbing the Pirates of Cyberspace
    in: TIME International, Vol.134, No.24, June 13, 1994, p.46 ff

  4. Elmer-Dewitt, Philip: Battle for the Soul of the INTERNET
    in: TIME International, Vol.144, No.4, July 25, 1994, p.46 ff

  5. Elmer-Dewitt, Philip: Snuff Porn on the Net
    in: TIME International, Vol.145, No.7, February 20, 1995, p.49

  6. Quittner, Joshua: Unmasked on the Net
    in: TIME International, Vol.145, No.9, March 6, 1995, p.62 f

  7. Quittner, Joshua: Vice Raid on the Net
    in: TIME International, Vol.145, No.13, April 3, 1995, p.43

  8. Rheingold, Howard: The Virtual Community. Surfing The Internet
    Minerva, Mandarin Paperbacks, Great Britain, 1995, ISBN 0-7493-9500-1.
    First published by Secker & Warburg Ltd., 1994.
    Comment: see also the old entry in the Habitat Bibliography. Annabell, September 1996.

  9. Sterling, Bruce: The Hacker Crackdown: Law And Disorder On The Electronic Frontier
    Viking, Great Britain, 1993, ISBN 0-670-84900-6

  10. Stoll, Clifford: The Cuckoo's Egg
    Comment: That book is a classic - rather questionably so. Annabell, August 1996.

  11. Stoll, Clifford: The Cuckoo's Egg Revisited
    in: BYTE, Vol. 18, No. 7, June 1993, p.274

  12. Usher, Rod: Virtual Pornographics
    in: TIME International, Vol.145, No.12, March 67, 1995, p.68

  13. Waller, Douglas: Spies in Cyberspace
    in: TIME International, Vol. 145, No. 11, March 20, 1995, p.47 f

  14. Woolley, Benjamin: Virtual Worlds. A Journey in Hype and Hyperreality.
    Penguin Books, Great Britain, 1993, ISBN 0-14-015439-6
    First published by Blackwell, 1992.

Annabell, September 1996
Compacted, SpellChecked, but no re-checks of URL's done.
Two entries added: Rheingold and Woolley.
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