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The Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier (Revised Edition)
by Howard Rheingold, Nov 2000

Cyberculture authority Howard Rheingold was the first to write about online communities in this style that is part-travelogue and part-anthropological guide. This groundbreaking classic explores the entire virtual community, beginning with a selective but probing look at the author's original online home, The Well. Rheingold relates plenty of anecdotes that demonstrate the upsides of online life, such as how he was able to get information on removing a tick from his child before his doctor could...

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Omar R. Hadjar 2002-01-20