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It’s space Jim, but not as we know by Andy Pratt

Submitted by on June 11, 2002 – 10:33 am

It’s space Jim, but not as we know

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About : commissioned by Proboscis as part of our Landscape and Identity, Language and Territory project in partnership with inIVA in 2002. This essay explores some of the prevailing myths about cyber-places and cyberspace, technology, communities and everyday life.

Published June 2002

Andy C Pratt is a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at the LSE. He is Director of the MSc Cities, Space and Society. His current research is into the development of the cultural industries, new media and the role of local interaction, knowledge and innovation in this process. He is author of The Secret Life of Cities: the social reproduction of everyday life, Pearson.

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