Atlas of Cyberspace

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Addison-Wesley, 2001 - Computer network resources - 268 pages
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"The Atlas of Cyberspace" is one of the first books to explore the new cartographic and visualization techniques being employed to map the spatial and visual nature of cyberspace and its infrastructure. Lavish illustrations and clear writing are aimed at the intelligent lay person and should appeal to all Web users.

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Martin Dodge is a researcher and part-time Phd student at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), University College London. He is researching the geography of Cyberspace. He maintains the Atlas of Cyberspaces web site,
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Rob Kitchin is a lecturer in human geography at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. His research interests centre on culture, space and power, geographies of Cyberspace, and geographies of disability.

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