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Articles:

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  • Chilvers, Jane, Playing God, The Observer Magazine, 19 November, 2000, p27.
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  • Sturken, Martha, Electronic Time: The Memory Machines of Jim Campbell, AfterImage, Nov/Dec 1997, p8.
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Web-Sites/Web-based Articles:

  • www.popcultures.com
  • www.lighthouse.org.uk/eventcoast/stimulation/simartrp.htm
  • www.hgb-leipzig.de/~sermon/cv.html  -Homepage for Paul Sermon.
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  • An Ethnologist in Cyberspace, http://www.sciam.com/1998/0498profile.html
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  • Crowd Control: Is the web creating a digital version of the "lonely crowd"?, www.feedmag.com/templates/printer.php3?a_id=1233