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Razón y palabra / Número 9
Fishing with false teeth Women, gender and the Internet [01-01-2000]
  Simone Bergman
Liesbet van Zoonen
 
ISSN :1605-4806
http://www.razonypalabra.org.mx/anteriores/n9/cities2.htm
If anything can justifiably be called a "technocity", it is the Digital City of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. It was launched in 1994 at the initiative of Dutch hackers and the political-cultural centre "De Balie" in Amsterdam. Originally meant as a three month experiment financed by the city council that would provide a new forum for political debate during council elections, it was so successful that the city kept its gates open after the elections. Its main goal has now become the introduction of Internet possibilities and facilities to a large public; the Digital City therefore provides E-mail serves, discussion groups and an entrance to Internet for free. Terminals have been put in public places to ensure that people who do not own a computer or a modem can get access to the Digital City.
 
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