Cyberville: Clicks, Culture, and the Creation of an Online Town

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Warner Books, 1998 - Social Science - 340 pages
Drawing on her own firsthand experiences with Echo and other online services she's visited, Stacy Horn will take you into the heart of today's global cybervillage by illuminating one small corner of it, where the most familiar can be the most astonishing, and where the most unexpected bonds are forged in all but pure air. She'll demonstrate, from the inside, just how a cybercommunity is created, how it shows us the truth of our lives. She'll put you, in a word-by-fascinating-word replay, in the middle of some of the Internet's most memorable and groundbreaking dialogues: no-holds-barred cyber-symposiums on the subjects of good and evil, Mom and Dad, Frank Sinatra, hate speech and censorship, romance, and (of course) sex.

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CYBERVILLE: Clicks, Culture, and the Creation of an Online Town

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A fresh look at cyberspace from an entrepreneur's point of view that removes the tech talk and looks instead at community-building. Horn gives us a line to the online village she founded, Echo, based ... Read full review

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Long before America Online and Compuserv became household names, there was Echo, a small, New York City-based online service. Like its San Francisco counterpart, The WELL, Echo was a cyberspace ... Read full review

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