- The Sketchy Line Between Humanity and the Cyborg
- Interconnectivity: A Moral Dilemma
- Another Bit of the Net
- The Mobile Cubicle
- Privacy Concerns in the Face of Developing Technology
- Big Brother 2.06
- Nobody Knows I'm a Cyborg
- Mediums: an extension of the human body and mind
- The Integration of Technology into Our Clothing and Bodies
- Direct vs. Simulated Experience
- Copy Cat
Questions by Members of English 65, The Cyborg Self, Brown University Spring 2005
- Degenerating Communities, the Work of Technology?
- Bits and Pieces
- No longer human?
- Discontinuities of the digital world
- William J. Mitchell's use of the example of Orson Welles' The War of the Worlds to illustrate the power of eyewitness narrative
- Phone Locations
- Sex, fluid flow, and technology
- A Look at Discontinuities
- My Postincrement?
- Nomadic Lifestyles in the Digital World
- The Loose-ends of Networked Culture
- Where is the self in a networked society?
- What is outside the self in a networked society?
- Cyborg Freedom?
- The self, or something that looks like it.
Mitchell, William J. Me++: The Cyborg Self and the Networked City. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003.
Last modified 5 October 2006