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Contents 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 Acknowledgements Contributors 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 the Making of Cable Television From Critical Studies in Mass Communication 6. Thomas J. Campanella 2002 Webcameras and the Telepresent Landscape 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 Nature 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 Communities 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 Cybercities 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 Movement 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 New Computer Technopolis 28. Matthew Zook 2002 Cyberspace and Local Places: The Urban Dominance of Dot-com Geography in the Late 1990s 29. Andrew Gillespie 2000 Teleworking and the City: Myths of Workplace 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 Amazon.com 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 Suburb 38. Nina Wakeford 1999 Gender and Landscapes of Computing in an Internet Café 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 Century 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 the 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 Lima 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' Cities 52. Neil Coe and 2002 Grounding Global Flows: Constructing an E- Commerce 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 Communities 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 Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Information technology Social aspects, Telecommunication Social aspects, Cities and towns, Information society