Psybernet Links ~ 1998 1997 and earlier

I found this on the WayBack machine  & thought I already had it in this blog, but it seems not.  I will change the creation date so it show up as an old archive… sometime/maybe.

 

Be interesting to see what links still work?

Seems they all go to the wayback Machine.

 



Psybernet Links ~ 1998 1997 and earlier

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November 1998:

 

  • Unspinning the Media by Steve Silberman       4:00 a.m. 5.Nov.98.PST
    ”Debuting Thursday, Reality Check is a discussion forum designed to encourage the kind of in-depth, personal, risk-taking discussions that rarely happen online, outside of targeted support groups and long-standing communities like The Well and Echo. Reality Check is a project of the Silicon Alley-based Web Lab, a socially-conscious think tank that producer Barry Joseph describes as “the research and development arm of the Web.” ”

    Sounds interesting, but what about this:
    ”One aspect of Reality Check, however, is very unlike The Well, which greets members with the totemic phrase “You own your own words.” Postings on the new site will become the intellectual property of the Web Lab, for use in books and other media projects that may be generated by the dialogues. ”
    Seems to me they are milking the really commercial topics and then selling off the cream while it is still warm. One way to make conferencing pay & people might even *like* the idea of having their words used in this way! ugh. –WL

  • MS: Open Source is Direct Threat by Chris Oakes 
    6:00 p.m. 2.Nov.98.PST ”A leaked internal Microsoft memo targets open-source software, including the popular Linux operating system and the Apache Web server, as a “direct threat” to Microsoft’s software business.”

October 1998:

  • The Joy of Cybersex, A Guide For Creative Lovers, a review.
    But hold on here, says Levine, an online sex educator and trained social worker who has made quite a name for herself in the cyberworld. Levine, 35, has just written The Joy of Cybersex, A Guide For Creative Lovers, as proof positive of the potential good of the Internet for promoting healthy sexuality. 
  • Social engineering, Web-style 
    ___How do online communities work? 
    ___One veteran writes a book with some answers. 
    INTERNET WORLD: HOSTING WEB COMMUNITIES 
    BY CLIFF FIGALO WILEY 448 PAGES An interview of the author BY MARY EISENHART — interesting review and interview — wl 
  • Ted Nelson’s Big Step 
    The visionary who dreamed up hypertext has never delivered any software…until now. Will ZigZag pass the test? 
    By Steve Ditlea 
    ”He coined the terms “hypertext” and “hypermedia,” and long predicted the universal knowledge repository we now know as the World Wide Web. So why hasn’t Ted Nelson gained the recognition due one of the pioneers of the Information Age? Rather than being celebrated by the digerati, Nelson, currently a visiting professor of environmental information at Japan’s Keio University, is an exile from an American technology community that has largely shunned him.”
    Hypertext is important to Psybernet because it allows text to function more like our mind. We are mirrored more accurately in the abstract realm. I will be interested to know what Ted Nelson’s software contributes, his notions are having phenomenal impact. -wl 
  • BRIEFING: WEB SERVICE WITH A 🙂 
    ”Online businesses are hoping that Web services will drive sales and draw traffick partnership their sites.”
    By Luc Hatlestad   The Red Herring magazine   November 1998 
    ”Our task this month is to take a new term–Web services–and find the companies and technologies that best define the space. We want to tell you what it is and why it’s worth watching. ” 
  • Toward a Better Web Community
    by Chris Oakes 
    5:45 p.m. 14.Oct.98.PDT
    ”SAN FRANCISCO — Science fiction author Bruce Sterling acknowledges that he isn’t a programmer, or even a contributor to the kind of openly developed software project that brought his audience together on Wednesday ” 
    Bruce Stirling has an interesting idea, that communities could be improved with software aids. I think he is right, but the primarynew development imo is in learning and training people to use this medium. See the sorts of information that I have gathered on the Resources page.  
  • N.Y.U. Sees Profits in Virtual Classes 
    ”Moving to become a major player in the emerging market for education on the Internet, New York University plans to create a for-profit subsidiary that will develop and sell specialized online courses to other colleges, corporate training centers, as well as students who simply prefer to attend class at home. ” 
  • Window to Two Worlds 
    Libraries link patrons both to text and sources on Internet BY DEBORAH KONG
    ”Libraries, long traditional community centers treasured for their armchair ambience and children’s story hours, are kicking up dust as they pursue their future as digital hubs of the Internet neighborhood.”
  • What’s Igniting Online Communities
    “What makes an online community? Internet companies are spending big money to find out. There appears to be six strategies for creating the core of community.” — Classifies the community types. 
  • Therapy.com Can computers replace the therapist’s couch? From Utne. Really does not say a lot we don’t know … interesting though that someone is saying it. 
  • ‘Dreams’: Heaven Help Us
    By Michael O’Sullivan. Review from the Washington Post of Vincent Ward’s “What Dreams May Come”. (Ward is a New Zealander … hence this link!) 
  • Therapist Urged Lewinsky to Keep Quiet (link dead? 2 days later?) The therapist was quoted extensively in this article — So much for protecting her client’s privacy! But was the article pulled quickly as it was really inappropriate for a therapist to go so public? — wl 
  • Teachers Recognized for Excellence in Integrating Computers Into Curriculum
    Mostly an ad really … but might give some inkling for what counts as innovation in this field …

September 1998:

  • The Year 2000: Social Chaos or Social Transformation John L. Petersen, Margaret Wheatley, Myron Kellner-Rogers. This is produced by The Arlington Institute where Charles Cameron has recently been appointed as Designer and Analyst. Article worth doewnloading and printing sobering view of the Y2K situation. 
  • Curtin university graduate program in internet studies — 1999. 
  • Lamenting E-Mail’s Lack of Identity, A Designer Tries to Re-Personalize Net Letters By MATTHEW MIRAPAUL    June 5, 1997

    ”Despite the obvious visual virtues of the World Wide Web, simple text-based e-mail continues to be the Internet’s “killer app.” Indeed, its immense popularity has proven fatal from time to time for America Online and other systems overwhelmed by the high volume of traffic. ”

    What do you think? Is this design Guru onto it with his email tips? — wl

  • The Edge
    Interesting people interviewing interesting people. Worth a look! 
  • All the links on cyberspace you’d want! From The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London 
  • CVA mailing list Archive The aim of this list is to encourage discussion on anything relating to Collaborative Virtual Environments. 
  • Cybermind is a mailing list with a long history and with a strong community feel for those who are regulars. Here is a link to the archives. Can they be searched? Perhaps by the regular search engines 
  • The Web site: Hosting Web Communities
    “The purpose of this site is to support and augment the book. Included here are updated links to all of the Web sites mentioned in the book and new links to sites that are relevant to the contents of the book. The site is organized by book chapter and on each chapter’s page, along with the site links you’ll find information and news to bring the contents of the book as up to date as I can keep it. I expect facts to change, new stars to be born and former stars to disappear as time goes on. Ideas that were assumed when I wrote the book will either prove themselves or be dumped by the wayside. This site will lead you through the changes. Come on along. ” 
  • The Book: Hosting Web Communities : Building Relationships, Increasing Customer Loyalty, and Maintaining a Competitive Edge by Cliff Figallo — A link to Amazon (with thePsybernent Bookstore tag) 
    “Former director of the Well, recent consultant to America Online, and current director of community development for Salon magazine, Cliff Figallo knows what it takes to create a true community in cyberspace and what kinds of mistakes will torpedo the effort. In this book, he writes about the groups that form online communities and how a community builder can foster the process. While Figallo never claims that there’s an easy formula for building the type of online feeling that brings people back again and again, he demonstrates with both theory and real-world examples how dedicated community builders can pull it off.” –Elizabeth Lewis 
  • The Deoxyribonucleic Hyperdimension The shaman seers of the Fourth World generally agree that those who tenaciously cling to the past will fall into mass insanity.1 The serpent power of the Aquarian Age is upon us. The Kundalini of Gaia is about to awaken. No one can avoid being affected. Most human beings may go out of their minds; others will go beyond mind. John Hogue 
  • James Hollis Swamplands Book discussion 1997 
  • What is an Internet Mailing list. 
  • An article on the McLuhanesque Return to the Oral Society By Robert K. Logan, a useful summary of McLuhan’s perspective as it applies to the net.

May 1998:

 

  • The Hot New Medium Is … Email 
    List publishing is not merely information delivered to your mailbox, it’s the devolution of mass media into the hands of everyday people. And it’s growing faster than the Web. By David S. Bennahum

April 1998:

1997 and earlier

  • Psychological Lists
    Internet Mailing Lists are one of the most powerful aspects of the internet. Hwere iar a bunch of Psychological Lists related to the Psybernet Project. 
  • Josh On 
    My son, occasional contributor to various psybernet groups. His ezine called CopyHome pages. Worth a look to see what is possible on the web. Will need to download some applets. aka Daniel Logeman. Josh dee@easynet.co.uk

     

  • City of BitsThe City of Bits _is_ a book , not just a ‘cover of a book’. It is a book by an architect — who else?– about the nature of cyberspace.

    Here is an excerpt from sub headings in the second chapter. It reads like a list of Psyberspace Classics, all the themes that come up regularly in the experience of this realm.

    Spatial / Antispatial 
    Corporeal / Incorporeal
    Focused / Fragmented
    Synchronous / Asynchronous
    Narrowband / Broadband
    Voyeurism / Engagement
    Contiguous / Connected

    A Psyberspace Classic — at least it looks like it at first glance. It has the insight of First Steps in Cyberspace, is digital as well as analog, and it is illustrated with 100s of links! It has a discussion site attached.

    Walter

     

  • ‘The Couch’ 
    Larry Karper has a page called ‘The Couch’ he is interested in group work on the net in IRC (Internet Relay Chat)

     

     

  • Stuart Currie 
    In memory of Stuart Currie
  • University of Idaho Cyberspace Page 
    Has a definition, and links to other material, including all newsgroups relevant to cyberspace explorations. wl
  • Paula Davidson 
    mesoelectronic hunter/gatherer 
    davidson@cs.unca.edu http://www.cs.unca.edu/~davidson 
    Specializing in Exploration and Tool Use on the Matrix of the Net 
  • Feminist Activist Resources on the Net
  • Charles Cameron

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    Is a game designer. Games with a psychological depth, unequaled as far as I know:

    HipBone Games

    Charles and I are working together on a PsyberGroup called the Dream Event. (May 96). The invitation to this event is available — will post it here soon, or contact me. Note that it is a list that closes on May 10 1996

     

  • Greek Mythology Gods Olympians 
    Takes you to the section on Greek Mythology in the Interpedia, quite comprehensive.

     

  • Glass bead Game Game 
    This is Stephen’s record of a game played in the Psybernet Mailing list, it also leads onto Stephen’s home pages — very relevant to Psybernet.

     

  • The Heart of Jung another link to Stephen’s pages. He gives us a brief guided journey through some of Jung’s ideas . . . worth a look if you are in a contemplative mood.

     

  • Groupware FAQs 
    Groupware is relevant to Psybernet in that it influences how group dynamics work in cyberspace.

     

  • Inner City Books now has its own Web site at:

    http://www.inforamp.net/~icb

    A useful web site for Jungian information as well as books . . .

     

    Complete Catalogue 1980 – 1996, with connecting links from author and title indexes, brief descriptions of each title, capsule comments from reviews, terms of sale (with discounts that more than cover the cost of postage) and complete details on how to order. (60K, text only) Other Web sites for information and resources related to Jungian psychology:

    Most are listed here as well — but they may have more now.

     

  • C.G. Jung Home Page

    The most comprehensive listing or resources and links I have seen . . . Congratulations to Donald Williams

     

  • Lakoff 
    Metaphor in Politics

    An open letter to the Internet from George Lakoff (1991) Professor of Linguistics, University of California at Berkeley (lakoff@cogsci.berkeley.edu)

    To Friends and Colleagues on the Net:

    January 15 is getting very close. As things now stand, President Bush seems to have convinced most of the country that war in the gulf is morally justified, and that it makes sense to think of “winning” such a war.

    I have just completed a study of the way the war has been justified. I have found that the justification is based very largely on a metaphorical system of thought in general use for understanding foreign policy. I have analyzed the system, checked it to see what the metaphors hide, and have checked to the best of my ability to see whether the metaphors fit the situation in the gulf, even if one accepts them. So far as I can see, the justification for war, point by point, is anything but clear.

    This is a classic of the Internet and relevant to Psybernet as it has the focus of metaphor. wl

     

  • Jaron Lanier 
    Has an article on his pages about the nature of the medium. I found it interesting. wl

     

     

  • Psychomedia

    > Marco Longo M.D. 
    > Specialist in Clinical Psychology
    > SPI Psychoanalyst and IIPG (Pollaiolo) Group Psychoanalyst
    > ABA (Anorexia-Bulimia-Eating disorders) Psychotherapist
    > Office: Via Dandolo 24 – 00153 – Roma, Italy
    > tel +39 6 5897607 – fax +39 6 5803881
    > E-mail mlongo@mbox.vol.it 
    > http://www.vol.it/IIPG/
    http://www.vol.it/IT/IT/ASSOC/ABA/ 
    http://www.vol.it/PSYCHOMEDIA/ 

     

  • Psybernet, Psychology and Tele-computing. 
    An essay I (Walter Logeman) wrote in January 1994 — I am working on a new one — that takes all this way beyond these initial ideas. Please respond in the Psybernet Mailing list. .

     

  • Howard Rheingold 
    He is the author of Virtual Communities. He is a good writer and experienced with the human side of the medium. He is also the editor of the Millennium Whole Earth Catalogue. wl

     

  • The Round Table Review

    A great little publication — worth subbing to — I have just [ 27 February, 1996] sent up a review of Edinger’ s new book on Aion which will be in the next issue.

     

  • Carl C. Jung Page 
    A very sparse page bought to you courtesy of Psybernet — a page that can grow.

     

     

  • Jacob Levy Moreno Page 
    A Psybernet page — a page that can grow.

     

  • Marshall McLuhan Page 
    I think this man is a pioneer of cyberspace and his methodology is interesting. He does have some ideas that are beyond the pail! Warrants a Psybernet page, as do a lot of people who do not have one! wl

     

  • Dan Randow

     

  • Patricia Seybold etc… Business and the Internet: Adventures in Hype – R – Space 

    by Jeffrey Dearth and Arnold Kling

    The hype

    The sound bites are apocalyptic:

    “If you’re not an active Internet citizen by the mid-1990’s, you’re likely to be out of business by the year 2000.” 
    –Patricia Seybold, Computerworld, March 28, 1994

    Explores the reality of the value of Internet for business. A 1994 article is a little dated at this point, but it still has the factors a business could use to base its decisions on re Internet. wl

     

  • Taylor 
    Taylor “It’s a taylor twice told.” 
    mailto:taylor@taylor.org

     

  • The Psybernet Occasional Email

    Snippets form Psybernet in your mail-box.

     

     

  • The Windows 95 Page 
    Phil Jones
    E-mail – “jonesp@biology.queensu.ca”

     

     

  • http://freud.tau.ac.il/~haimw/group2.html

    Haim Weinberg, clinical psychologist and group psychotherapist Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL. 
    Group-psychotherapy forum discussion leader. 
    E-mail: haimw@netvision.net.il 

  • http://www.tradenet.it:80/links/arsocu/cyberculture.html

    Here is what the owner says of this page:

    I have a site with a lot of information about italy, italian companies, hotels and cultural events including cyberculture.

    From: Romina

    It is a very comprehensive list of links.

    Visit Tradenet!

    Could be interesting with the Bion conference on in italy in 1997

     

  • The Psybernet BBS

    The Psybernet BBS is closed as from end of March 1996. Psybernet began its life on the BBS in April 1993. This is a (broken) link to the Psybernet history

     

  • The Psybernet E-zine

    Came out twice. Read the first or the second one. Now I have a Psybernet Letter also at Infrequent and irregular intervals.

     

  • Classical Themes of Psyberspace There are many themes that crop up again and again in many forums in cyberspace, that have a relationship to the psychology of the medium — for example identity, gender, artificial consciousness, the power of the medium on our consciousness. the aim of this probe is to do the classical Aristotelian thing and name the themes. And more than that, to have links to the best archive on the topic we can find. The idea is to not have to reinvent the wheel all the time. Note that this is a new page , and there is not a lot there. Please help if you think the idea is worth pursuing. Now a dead link.

     

  • I have been listening to Riding Range with Marshall McLuhan by Terence McKenna Recorded at a seminar at the Esalen Institute. can be

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