SearchBeat Home
comparison shop | family | fashion | gov't | games | genealogy | history | kids/teens | movies | repairs | traffic | weather | featured sites | site map |

    Top > Society > Subcultures > Cyberculture

Featured Topics

American Revolution


Civil Rights Movement

US Civil War


Great Depression


Korean War

Kosovo in Context

Law & Legal Issues

Native American Resources



Welfare Reform Guide

World History Resources

World War I

World War II

Discount Shopping
Home and Garden
Jobs and Careers
Movies & Music
From Over 300 Stores!

Site Sponsors

Sponsored Link

   See Also:

    HoleWorld - Guide to the True Underground.

    Gumey - Random art, animation, and site news.

    EFF - Electronic Frontier Foundation's Archives. Cyberculture and related papers.

    Jerkcity - A comic strip made by internet chatters, for internet chatters, using an internet chat program (MS "Comic" Chat). Unintended social commentary on cyber-living.

    Slackers Domain - A place for people who love to do nothing.

    The Rise of Proteus - Discussing artificial intelligence technology under development at a research laboratory in California, which would allow a computer system to learn on its own without software.

    La Spirale - An ezine devoted to the digital subcultures. Articles on the dark sides of a information-based society, short-stories, exhibitions of computer graphics, fetish photographies, and links to the weirdest of the web.

    KMFMS - Kein Mitleid Für MicroSoft - A website devoted to Microsoft's downfall.

    MkzdK 4.2 - Uses creative web arts to look at the Cosmos and new cosmologies, Gaia and gaian science, the Earth adventure and the life of the spirit. - A comprehensive guide to online journals and diaries. Information on registration, journal lists, and prompts. - Projects, biographies, chat, places, and people concerning the topic of design creations.

    Meditations on First Cybersophy - Overviews of cyberspace class web and contact links.

    Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies - The Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies is an online, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to research, study, teach, support, and create diverse and dynamic elements of cyberculture.

    Cyberbuss - Cyberculture project that brings a virtual community of cyber freaks from 17+ different countries into the same existence. The silvery buss travels over land and through cyberspace posting virtual trips online recreating their reality and immortalizing their adventures.

    K10k - A matrix architect's information designer lunchbox.

    The Xibological Perimeter - Movies, contact links, and opinions on issues such as XFL.

    Codine - Cyberpunk culture and digital music.

    The Indie Web Manifesto - Respects the individuals, their intelligence and their privacy; it's an open forum for thoughts and debate.

    Pop! Tech 2000 : Being Human in the Digital Age - Explore Internet popular culture, privacy issues, and online ethics.

    Electronic Literature Directory - A comprehensive database of listings for electronic works, their authors, and their publishers.

    Camborg - Sub-cyberculture of wearable digital cameras. - Resources for slackers. Software, mods, resources, and cpu overclocking.

    PhpWebLog - Web news management built from scratch in php and glp'ed for portal cyber world building pleasure.

    Newgrounds - The problems of the future today and flash portal. Club a Seal, Telebubby Fun Land and Pico. - Directory of contributed links. Also an archive and contact information.

    Faces Assembly Line - Experimental project utilizing images of internet users. [French and English]

    Virtuality - 3D modeling and design. Custom built 3D virtual worlds, avatars and models for use in online presentations and multi-user chat.

    Netropolis - Events, FAQs, postings, chat, joining information, and links to other sites.

    Big Fat Site - Articles, reviews, fandom columns and other opinion writing. Archives include information on some video games and e-business.

    Isolate.CZ - Eastern Europe visual experience.

    Iron Feather Journal #17 - Started in 1987 as a hacker magazine, it has now grown to include all aspects of cyberpunk culture, music, contacts, reviews, and interviews.

    Tibetan Tomb of the Stone Strange - Paranormal, conspiracies, aliens, plagues, fantasies, apocalyptic prophecies, anarchy, and general chaos.

    The FreakWave - Neural purification for media pollutants. Assists in getting rid of sub-conscious unwanted subliminal media programming.

    Unreal Enterprises - Place where the real and the virtual meet.

    The Internet Society at - An editorial column that takes a look at different aspects of society and how the Internet has affected them. Updated regularly and provides many useful links.

    Ellis in Wonderland - Japanese cyber-doll net-idol girl's site.

    Planet X - A participatory self-adaptive website, where the content is contributed by its users. Where science fact meets science fiction.

    Net Culture at - Articles and links to web fads, cultures and offbeat resources.

    Telepolis - Comprehensive magazine on art, internet culture and the media. Contains articles, interviews, reviews, and net art. English and German.

    Oyo: On Your Own - Canadian college scene zine with quirky journalism and an eye on the future.

    NeuroMancer - An in depth look at William Gibson, Cyberpunk as a subculture, and Technology.

    Temple Ov Hombres - Multiply concatinated cultural output node. Includes hombre profiles, cartoons, and drink recipes.

    The Omnisapien Underground - The Omnisapien culture of poets and artists. Links to underground net writers.

    Pink Spheres - Collection of cyberpunk art and links. - Includes virtual seminars, a course finder, activity calendar, debates, comics, book reviews, and quizzes, and links to other related sites.

    Anachron City: Library: CyberCulture - Cyberculture books, references to social reports, and comics.

    The Psychology of Cyberspace - An evolving conceptual framework for understanding the various psychological components of cyberspace and how people react to and behave within it.

Help build the largest human-edited directory on the web.
Submit a Site - Open Directory Project - Become an Editor

| Feedback
| Contact us | Our Story | Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions
Copyright © 1997-2020 SearchBeat, All Rights Reserved