Text references:

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Loosely based on Donna Haraway, 1991,  "Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilige of Partial Perspaective", in Simians, Cyborgs, and Women, Free Association Books, London, p196.

2

Jean Baudrillard, quoted by Scott Bukatman, 1993,Terminal Identity, Duke University press, Durham and London, p103.

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A male student transmitting email to a female classmate "claims he was merely exercising his right to free speech" Peter Atkinson, 1995 ,"Court Told of On-line Lust", Sunday Mail, 12 February, p46.

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Spam mail recieved from <staff@Expose.com>, Sun, 25 May 1997. Names altered.

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The "Theory of Everything" connects everthing to everything else, eg see Greg Egan's Distress, Phoenix Paperbacks, London, 1995, p333.

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Paraphrased from Sadie Plant, "The Virtual, the Tactile, and a Female Touch.", delivered at Cybersphere, International Conference on Cyberspace, Sweden, Sept 1994.

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Spam mail recieved from <bodiesrhot@hotmail.com> Tue Jun 10, 1997, Addresses altered.

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Mail recieved re Local Area Network@Project, Fri, 02 May 1997, Reproduced with permission.