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was published in Wired 2.01 (January 1991):
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A Page on Marshall McLuhan.
Marshall McLuhan Links.
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Regis, Ed. "Meet the Extropians". Wired. 2.10 (October 1994).
Rheingold, Howard. Virtual Reality. NY: Simon and Schuster, 1991.
Rosenberg, Michael S. "Virtual Reality: Reflections of Life, Dreams, and Technology: An Ethnography of a Computer Society". Includes an excellent glossary.
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Bibliography, with links.
CyberSpace: Related Disciplines, a grab-bag of links to excellent sites.