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WEBSITES (all are checked 1 December 2006)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Research sites
Presence Research, 5th framework 1998 — 2002–5fp.htm
Intelligent Information Interfaces
Presence Research 6th framework 2002 — 2006
International Society for Presence Research
PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments,
MIT Press journal, online version
presence– /
Trust: theory and technology, Rome

Specific references
Gordon Cook Reports
Internet Statistics
Miltary and Intelligence
Matsumoto, Tod
Strategy + Business

Personal sites
Bruno Latour
Frederic Kaplan
Susan Maseilas
Luc Steels
Tjebbe van Tijen

ACT UP New York
Antenna Foundation
Ars Electronica Linz, Austria
Avert, International AIDS Charity
Bell Labs Innovations
Chaos Computer Club
Chitrabani Social Communication Centre
Computer Human Interaction Conference
Creative Commons
DEAF Rotterdam
De Balie, debating centre Amsterdam
Doors of Perception Conference and network

Doors of Perception New Delhi
Free Software Foundation
Golden Telecom, Russia
Hack–Tic magazine
HIV Vereniging
Institute for Network Cultures
Mediamatic, Amsterdam
Netherlands Media Art Institute
New York City Department of Design and Construction
Next 5 Minutes Conferences
Nettime Mailing Lists
Open Source Initiative
OrO, Educational research Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Performing Arts Labs (UK)
Sarai, Cybermohallah’s, New Delhi’s
Sony CSL Paris
STEIM, Amsterdam
V2, Institute for the Unstable Media
Waag Society
Wold Health Organization (on AIDS)
XS4ALL, Amsterdam based Internet provider

Sites that have disappeared
Digitale Stad: the original Amsterdam digital community has disappeared from the public domain. Current is a company.

Teacherslab: can only accessed via OrO ( It has disappeared from the public domain. An impression can be found at