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Communities of Innovation: Cyborganic and the Birth of Networked Social Media.

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List of Tables printed page # PDF page
Table 4.1: Names and roles of people listed in Figure 4.1 156 166
Table 4.2: Cyborganic milestones shown in Figure 4.2 158 168
Table 5.1: Domain names once hosted on Cyborganic 225 235
Table 5.2: Empire list subscribers, February 1994 237 247
Table 5.3: Empire list and sub-lists, April 1995 238 248
Table 5.4: Empire list and sub-lists, November 1995 239 249
List of Figures printed page # PDF page
Figure 2.1: Insider roles and identities of the ethnographer 68 78
Figure 2.2: Outsider roles and identities of the ethnographer 80 90
Figure 3.1: Rethinking Castells' four-layer structure of Internet culture 143 153
Figure 4.1: Cyborganic network of firms, projects, & communities 155 165
Figure 4.2: Cyborganic history and evolution 157 167
Figure 4.3: AT&T banner ad that, with four others, was first on the Web 194 204
Figure 4.4: AT&T banner ad as it appeared on Hotwired, October 1994 194 204
Figure 5.1: Cyborganic as place-based, face-to-face community 213 223
Figure 5.2: Aerial view of the Ramona Empire 215 225
Figure 5.3: Attendees at an early Thursday Night Dinner (TND) 219 229
Figure 5.4: The TND Dispatch Archive, Cyborganic Gardens website 223 233
Figure 5.5: Space bar login screen showing basic commands 227 237
Figure 5.6: The space bar cadet detector 230 240
Figure 5.7: The Cyborganic Gardens website 257 267
Figure 5.8: The Forest, Cyborganic Gardens website 258 268
Figure 5.9: Input form for carving the Cyborganic tree 259 269
Figure 5.10: The Valley, Cyborganic Gardens website 262 272
Figure 5.11: Geek Cereal's BackTalk page 266 276
Figure 5.12: The Shed, Cyborganic Gardens website 269 279
Figure 5.13: The San Francisco Bay Area 280 290
Figure 5.14: The Cyborganic logo 282 292