References for Further Reading
Borg, Anita. 1993. The rationale for a closed electronic forum. Position paper for "Gender Issues in Computers and Telecommunications" panel delivered to Third Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy, Burlingame, Ca., March 1993.
Braidotti, Rosi. N.d. Cyberfeminism with a difference. Internet essay, Universiteit Utrecht.
Brail, Stephanie. 1996. What's in a Name: The webmaster dilemma. Internet essay.
Bruckman, Amy. 1993. Gender swapping on the Internet. available via anonymous FTP.
Bunn, Austin. 1997. Pitching to the female persuasion. Internet essay, *Wired*.
Comquest Research. 1997. *Internet survey.* Vancouver, B.C.: BBM BUREAU OF MEASUREMENT.
Curtis, Pavel. 1992. MUDding: Social phenomena in text-based virtual realities. Proceedings of DIAC 92. Available via anonymous FTP.
December, John. 1996. The last link. *CMC Magazine,* 1 March 1996.
Ebben, Maureen, and Cheris Kramarae. 1993. Women and information technologies: Creating a cyberspace of our own. *Women, information technology, & scholarship,* edited by Taylor, Kramarae, and Ebin, pp. 15-27. Urbana, Il.: WITS Colloquium, Center for Advanced Study.
Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Computing, Graphics, Visualization, & Usability Center. 1997. *GVU 7th www survey. General demographics, Web and Internet usage.* Atlanta, Ga.: Author.
Gibson, William. 1984. *Neuromancer.* New York: Ace Books, 25 and 51.
Glasscock, Gretchen. 1996. Women on the net: Routing around the power structure. Internet essay, *Career.*
Haraway, Donna. 1991. A cyborg manifesto: Science, technology, and socialist-feminism in the late twentieth century. In *Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature.* New York: Routledge.
Herizons. *'D' is for dilemma,* Summer, 24-29. [No author]
Herring, Susan C. 1993. Gender and democracy in computer-mediated communication. *Electronic Journal of Communication,* v.3, n.2.
Mallon, Bridget. 1997. Women making meaning: Moving through the cracks, Internet essay.
McAdams, Mindy. 1996. Gender without bodies, *CMC Magazine,* 1 March 1996.
McCarthy, Ginger. 1997. Women of the world: Global collaboration for peace, health, education. Global Knowledge discussion email message.
McRae, Shannon. 1995. Coming apart at the seams: Sex, text and the virtual body. Internet essay.
Pack, Ellen. 1997. Press Release by Wire Networks, Inc., Business Wire.
Paterson, Nancy. 1997. Cyberfeminism. Internet essay on Echo BBS, Culture reference work.
Shade, Leslie Regan. 1993. Gender issues in computer networking. Speech given at: Community Networking: the International Free-Net Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, CANADA.
Sofoulis, Zoe. 1995. Cyberfeminism: The world, the flesh, and the woman-machine relationship. Excerpt from a paper presented at the 1995 conference of the Australian Council for Computers in Education, Perth, July 9-13.
Spender, Dale. 1995. *Nattering on the net: Women, power, and cyberspace.* Australia: Spinifex Press.
Steiner, Linda. 1992. The history and structure of women's alternative media. In *Women Making Meaning: New Feminist Directions in Communication,* edited by Lana Rakow, 121-143. New York and London: Routledge.
Tannen, Deborah. 1990. *You just don't understand.* New York: Ballantine.
Truong, Hoai-An. 1993. Gender issues in online communication. Paper presented at Third Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy, Burlingame, Ca., March 1993. [In conjunction with BAWIT-Bay Area Women in Telecommunications] [Available via ftp]
Varley, Pamela. 1991. "Electronic democracy: What's really happening in Santa Monica." *Technology Review,* Nov.-Dec., 42.
Van Gelder, Lindsy. 1991. The strange case of the electronic lover. In *Computerization and controversy: Value conflicts and social choices,* edited by Charles Dunlop and Rob Kling. Academic Press: 364-375.
We, Gladys. 1993. Cross-gender communication in cyberspace. Unpublished ms., Simon Fraser University.
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