Notes to Chapter 16
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All the Web addresses included were checked when we went online, but some, inevitably, may have moved or changed.

  1. Archived on Barlow's Web site, at <back to text>
  1. John Perry Barlow, "Coming into the Country," Communications of the ACM, January 1991; and Barlow, "Bill o' Rights Lite," Communications of the ACM, March 1993. The complete set of Barlow's Electronic Frontier columns through March 1995 is on the Web at

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  1. Personal interview for "Freedom from a Strange, New Land," Daily Telegraph, April 16, 1996. <back to text>
  1. Ibid. <back to text>
  1. Paulina Borsook, "The Memoirs of a Token: An Aging Berkeley Feminist Examines Wired," in Wired Women: Gender and New Realities in Cyberspace, edited by Elizabeth Reba Weise and Lynn Cherny (Seal Press, 1996), 40. <back to text>
  1. Paulina Borsook, "Cyberselfish," Mother Jones, July 1996. Archived on the Web at <back to text>
  1. Douglas Adams, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the book (Harmony Books, 1979), the BBC Radio series, the BBC TV series, and the record set. <back to text>
  1. In a spring 1995, speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors, quoted in Edwin Diamond and Stephen Bates, "Law and Order Comes to Cyberspace," Tech Review, October 1995. Archived on the Web at <back to text>
  1. Based on examples from the Australia-based Lantana International Agency catalogue at
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  1. Amy Bruckman, "'Democracy' in Cyberspace: Lessons from a Failed Political Experiment," presented at the Virtue and Virtuality Conference, MIT, April 20-21, 1996. Archived on the Web at <back to text>


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