Please note that the glossary is not yet entirely translated into HTML.
I've tried to list it as is, but it's too big.
This will take some time to make ready. Please bear with me. I'll be adding slowly, as words become relevant and linkable.
In the meantime, check these working entries:
anarchy, biotechnology, cyberpunk, cyberspace, hacker, nanotechnology, neurologic, posthuman, utopia, virtual reality.
I'm also interested in good quoteable definitions for any of these terms (especially the ones as yet undefined).
Links to other glossaries and dictionaries are listed below. If you've run into any particularly good ones, please let me know.
(HTML codes for special ASCII characters... essential list for Web page construction)
("English as a Second Language for Americans"... british-american, american-british dictionaries)
The Devil's Dictionary
(by Ambrose Bierce, originally published 1881-1906... social satire...
also available through gopher://wiretap.spies.com/00/Library/Classic/devils.txt)
The Free Online Dictionary of Computing
Glossary of Drug Terms
(a minimal effort... the entire glossary consists of only one page... please let me know if things change)
Glossary of Terms for Internet Resources
(an in-depth glossary presented by Eric S.Raymond)
The Human-Languages Page
(resources... audio files, dictionaries, literature, foreign news, job listings... maintained by Tyler Jones)
("A Dictionary of Comicbook Words on Historical Principles" --Kevin Taylor.
haven't checked this link... let me know if its legit)
(hypertext glossary of internet terms)
(emoticons are those funny little typographic faces which punctuate online conversations... this is your online reference :-)
On-line Reference Works
Periodic Table of Elements
(sorted by name, symbol, atomic weight... different versions available)
Rainbow Family Glossary
(terms used by the Rainbow Family of Living Light)
an incomplete and sometimes unknowledgable listing... for instance, it fails to distinguish between 'Ras' and 'raas', which are two entirely different terms -- mistakes like this could get you into a lot of trouble!.. still, it's a start and worthy of support)
(search thesaurus... input word)
(posthumans and neuromancers take note)
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(online dictionary... enter single word)
Yiddish and Hebrew words in Marge Piercy's He, She, and It
(compiled by Ellen Spertus and Sylvia Spertus, with help from Eldad Ganin...
see: Marge Piercy, He, She, and It or Body of Glass )