Table of contents for The cybercities reader / [edited by] Stephen Graham.

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Plate 1   New public-area closed circuit TV surveillance systems integrated 
into traditional street lights as part of a strategy of social control just outside 
the Mayor's residence on Broadway, New York City, 2001 (The CCTV  system 
is the small downward-pointing installation on the left side of the street light in 
the middle distance) Photograph : Stephen Graham.
List of plates
List of figures
List of tables
Introduction : From Dreams of Transcendence to the Remediation of 
Urban Life
1 Understanding Cybercities
I Cybercity Archaeologies
1   Nigel Thrift 	1996 	Inhuman Geographies: Landscapes of Speed, 
Light 						and Power 	
From Spatial Formations 
2   Joel Tarr		1987	The City and The Telegraph: Urban 		
						Telecommunications in the Pre-
Telephone Era
From  Journal or Urban History 
3 Ithiel  de Sola-Pool,	1976	 The Structure of Cities
				From The Social Impact of the Telephone	
4    Melvyn Webber	1964	 The Urban Place and the Non-Place Urban Realm 
From Explorations Into Urban Structure 
5    Thomas Streeter 1987	The Cable Fable Revisited: Discourse, Policy and 
 	Making of Cable Television
From Critical Studies in Mass Communication
6.  Thomas J. Campanella  2002  Webcameras and the Telepresent 
II Theorising Cybercities
7. Gilles Deleuze	1988	Postscript on Societies of Control
				From October (1988)
8. Paul Virilio		1987	The Third Interval
				From Open Sky (1997)
9. Manuel Castells	2002	Space of Flows, Space of Places : Materials for a 
Theory 	of Urbanism in the Information Age
10. Lieven de Cauter	2002	The Capsule and the Network  : Notes 
Toward a 				
				General Theory
11. Nigel Thrift	1997	Cities Without Modernity, Cites With Magic
				From Scottish Geographical Magazine(1997)
12. Deirdre Boden	2002 Cyperspace Meets the Compulsion of Proximity
and Harvey  Molotch
13. Timothy Luke	2002	The Co-Existence of Cyborgs, Humachines and 						
		Environments in  Postmodernity: Getting Over the End of  
III Cybercities : Hybrid Forms and Recombinant Spaces
14. Stefano Boeri	2002	Eclectic Atlases
15. William Mitchell	2000	The City of Bits Hypothesis
				From High Technology and Low Income 
16. Mike Crang	2000	Urban Morphology and the Shaping of the 	
						Transmissible City
From City 
17. Zac Carey	2002	Generation Txt : The Telephone Hits the Street
18. Stephen Graham   2002    Excavating  the Material Geographies of  
19. Anthony Townsend	2002	Learning From September 11th : ICT 	
							Infrastructure Collapses in a 
Global Cybercity
2 Cybercity Dimensions
IV Cybercity Mobilities
20. Nick Barley    2000   People
                                           From Breathing Cities : The Architecture of 
21. Pnina Ohana Plaut	2002	Do Telecommunications Make 
Transportation 						Obsolete?
22. Mimi Sheller 	2002	The City and the CyberCar
and John Urry
23. David Holmes   2002     Cybercommuting on an Information 
Superhighway: The
                                                  Case of  Melbourne's CityLink
24. Keller Easterling   2002  The New  Orgman :  Logistics as an 
     Organizing Principle  of Contemporary  Cities
25. Mark Gottdeiner   2001   Deterritorialisation and the Airport
                                                    From  Life in the Air 
V Cybercity Economies
26. Saskia Sassen 	2000	Agglomeration in the Digital Era ?
From Cities in a World Economy 
27. Vincent Mosco	2002	Webs of Myth and Power: Connectivity and the 
 Computer Technopolis
28. Matthew Zook	2002	Cyberspace and Local Places: The Urban 
Dominance 						of Dot-com Geography in the Late 
29. Andrew Gillespie	2000	Teleworking and the City: Myths of 
and Ranald Richardson	Transcendence and Travel Reduction
				From  Cities in the Telecommunications Age 
30. Ewart Skinner	1998	The Caribbean Data Processors
From Global Productions
31. Martin Dodge	2002	Geographies of  E-commerce : The Case of 
32. Andrew Murphy	2002	The Web, the Grocer, and the City
33. Yuko Aoyama 	2002	E-Commerce and Urban Space in Japan : 
Accessing the Net via Convenience Stores 
34. Susan Davis	1999	Space Jam: Media Conglomerates Build 
					the Entertainment City
					From  European Journal of Communication
VI Social and Cultural Worlds of Cybercities
35. Robert Luke   2002   Habit@Online: Web  Portals as Purchasing  Ideology
36. David Morley 2001	At Home With the Media
			 From Home Territories
37. Keith Hampton  2003	Netville : Community On and Offline in a Wired 
38. Nina Wakeford   1999  Gender and Landscapes of Computing  in an 
			From Virtual Geographies 
39. Timo Kopomaa	2002	Speaking Mobile : Intensified Everyday Life, 
Condensed 						City
40. Anne Beamish	2001	The City in Cyberspace
From Reimaging the City 
41 Ken Hillis	1999	 Identity, Embodiment, and Place : Virtual Reality as 
			Postmodern Technology
			From Digital Sensations 
VII Cybercity Public Domains and Digital Divides
42. Fred Dewey	1997	Cyburbanism as a Way of Life
From Architecture of Fear 
43. Rebecca Solnit	2000	 San Francisco : Capital of the Twenty-First 
and Susan Shwartenberg From Hollow City
44. David Lyon	2002  Surveillance in the City
45. Benton Foundation 2000	Defining the Technology Gap
From Losing Ground Bit by Bit
46. Shirin Madon	1998	Bangalore : Internal Disparities of a City Caught in 
Information Age
From The Information Society 
47. Ana María 	2002	Public Internet Cabins and the Digital Divide in 
Fernández-Maldonado  	Developing World Megacities : A Case     Study of 
48. Danny Kruger	1997	Access Denied
From The Wealth and Poverty of Networks (1997)
49. Stephen Graham	2002	The Software-Sorted City: Rethinking the 
Digital 					Divide
3 Shaping Cybercities  ?
VIII Cybercity Strategy and Politics
50. Stephen Graham 	1999	Planning Cyber-Cities ? Integrating 
and Simon Marvin 			Telecommunications into Urban Planning
	From Town Planning Review (1999)
51. Tim Bunnell	2002	Cyberjaya and Putrajaya: Malaysia's 'Intelligent' 
52. Neil Coe and 	2002	Grounding Global Flows: Constructing an E-
Henry Wai-chung Yeung 	Hub in Singapore
53. Richard Sclove	2002	Cybernetic Wal-Mart : Will Internet Tax Breaks Kill 
Main Street USA?
From Adbusters (2002)
54. Thomas Horan	2000	Recombinations  for  Community Meaning
From Digital Places : Building Our City of Bits
55. Walter Siembab	2002	Retrofitting Sprawl: A Cyber Strategy for Livable
56.  Geert Lovink	2002	The Rise and Fall of the Digital City Metaphor and 
Community in 1990s Amsterdam
57. Andreas Broeckmann	2000	Public Spheres and Network Interfaces
IX Cybercity Futures
58. Rob  Warren,		The Future Of The Future In Planning Theory: 
Stacy Warren,		Appropriating Cyberpunk Visions Of The City. 
Sam Nunn and		From Journal of Planning Education and Research 
Colin Warren 		(1998)
59. Martin Pawley	1998	Terminal 2098
From  Terminal Architecture (1998)
60. Jean Michel Dewailly	1999	Sustainable Tourist Space : From Reality to 
Virtual Reality ?
	From Tourism Geographies (1999)
61. John Adams	2002	A Letter from the Future
From OpenDemocarcy.Net (2002)
62. Philip Agre	2002	Life After Cyberspace
63. Peter Huber 	2002	How Technology Will Defeat Terrorism
and Mark Mills		from City Journal

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Information technology Social aspects, Telecommunication Social aspects, Cities and towns, Information society