The "Small World" Syndrome: The Underside of High
by Debra Shinder
electronic dependency, like any form of habituation, feels good at
first. It's new, and exciting, and makes us feel special. But after
a while, it becomes a little less fun, a little more of a burden.
We soon begin to feel obligated. . . .
Unmasking the Silence
by Maggie Bartley
month of not working, I am comfortable with the silence....It's
evening and I am sitting on the porch of the old farm house, the
place where I spend my summer writing. . . .
Cyberwomen: Redefining the Internet With a Feminine
by Loretta Kemsley
role in Cyberspace slithers and changes depending upon the media
presenting the image....Ironically, it is the chaos of the Web which
allows women to achieve the power to define it to their own
satisfaction. . . .
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