Control, Change and the Internet

Patrick Maslen (patrick@quest-bird.com)

Bibliography

This is a consolidated bibliography. This is partly because the Internet's recent time-frame and rapid evolution blurs the distinction between primary and secondary sources and makes such distinction unhelpful, and partly because consolidating the bibliography makes it easier for the reader to refer to the works of specific authors mentioned in the text. Square brackets ([ ]) denote online sources. In citing electronic sources I have followed the guidelines suggested in Melvin Page, 'A Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the Humanities' v.1.1, [h-africa@msu.edu], 30 October, 1995. The acronym 'RFC' stands for Network Working Group Request For Comments document.


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