1. From Practice to Culture on Usenet: Nancy K. Baym (University of Illinois).
2. Changing Documents/Documenting Changes: Using Computers for Collaborative Writing over Distance: Eevi E. Beck (University of Sussex).
3. Cyberpunks in Cyberspace: The Politics of Subjectivity in the Computer Age: Paul N. Edwards (Stanford University).
4. Information Systems Strategy, a Cultural Borderland, Some monstrous Behaviour: Mike Hales (University of Brighton).
5. Making Space: A Comparison of Mathematical Work in School and Professional Design Practices: Rogers Hall and Reed Stevens (University of California, Berkeley and Institute for Research in Learning).
6. Contextualization, Cognitive Flexibility, and Hypertext: The Convergence of Interpretative Theory, Cognitive Psychology, and Advanced Information Technologies: Robert Alun Jones and Rand J. Spiro (University of Illinois).
7. Constructing Easiness - Historical Perspectives on Work, Computerization, and Women: Randi Markussen (Arhus University).
8. Creating Cybertrust from the Margins: H. Jeanie Taylor and Cheris Kramarae (University of Illinois).
9.'Pulling Down' Books vs 'Pulling Up' Files: Textual Databanks and the Changing Culture of Classical Scholarship: Karen Ruhleder (Worcester Polytechnic Institute).
10. The Visual Culture of Engineers: Kathryn Henderson (Texas A & M University).
11. Cross-Classroom Collaboration in Global Learning Circles: Margaret Riel (AT & T Learning Circles).
12. Connecting Cultures: Balinese Character and the Computer: Dianne DiPaola Hagaman.
13. Sex and Death Among the Disembodied: VR, Cyberspace, and the Nature of Academic Discourse: Allucquere Rosanne Stone (University of Texas).