August 2009: An article "Meeting in the Ether: A Brief History of Virtual Worlds as a Medium for User-Created Events" by Bruce Damer was published in the Artifact journal by Routledge.
January 2008:Final Report for DigitalSpace's two year project for NASA Ames Research Center: SBIR II: NNA06AA31C, Simulation-Based Lunar Telerobotics Design, Acquisition and Training Platform for Virtual Exploration.
June 2007: A new article on the origins, evolution and future of virtual worlds "Meeting in the Ether" by DigitalSpace founder Bruce Damer. This article will be published in an upcoming intellect book produced with contributions from members of the SMARTlab at the University of East London. A shorter version will appear as a guest piece for columnist Jonathan Grudin in the September issue of ACM interactions magazine.
April 2007: DigitalSpace founder Bruce Damer wrote four columns for the Terra Nova academic blog on virtual worlds about the history and evolution of social virtual worlds. The four columns are: Maze War, the first multi user 3D virtual world, next we have From Maze War to Habitat, Alphaworld and the mid-90s explosion of avatars, after this we have Worldstruck and other In-world terms, and lastly Meeting in the Ether.
September 2006: Bruce Damer attended the AIAA Space 2006 conference in San Jose California to present a paper on DigitalSpace's work on design simulation in support of NASA's robotic and human lunar exploration programs. The paper was titled Design Simulation in Support of NASA's Robotic and Human Lunar Exploration Program is available here. To hear the full audio of Damer's talk on design simulation for lunar robotics, and view the Powerpoint slides of the talk (in HTML) and in PDF document, click here.
January 2006: A presentation made by Bruce Damer of DigitalSpace at the October 2005 LEAG conference is described by science writer Trudy Bell in Astronomy Magazine: "Moon conference looks to the future". This was also included in the March 2006 issue of Astronomy Magazine. Digital Space was also mentioned in Air & Space (Smithsonian) Magazine in another article by Trudy, you can read the article here(PDF).
October 2005: Two abstracts were presented at the Lunar Exploration Conference, Houston, organized by the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (LEAG), the Space Resources Roundtable, and the Lunar and Planetary Institute. One was an invited session whose abstract is linked here: Design Simulation of Lunar Exploration and ISRU Prototype Vehicles and Mission Scenarios (PDF). The other was a poster session whose abstract is linked here: Mission Visualization for Precursor Lunar Telerobotic Base Preparation (PDF). Also see our related work on the Lunar Bucket Wheel Excavator simulation and the Telerobotic Base Preparation on our website.
July 2005: A chapter by Bruce Damer, Karen Marcelo, Frank Revi, Todd Furmanski, Chris Laurel, Nerve Garden: Germinating Biological Metaphors in Net-based Virtual Worlds in Artificial Life Models in Software, Adamatzky, Andrew; Komosinski, Maciej (Eds.) 2005, XII, 348 p. 189 illus., 16 in colour., Hardcover ISBN: 1-85233-945-4, Springer. This book presents software tools, environments and realities dealing with creation, imitation and analysis of artefactual, virtual, and living forms, written by those who personally design and produce software, hardware, and art installations in artificial life, simulated complex systems, and virtual worlds.
April 2005: BrahmsVE: From human-machine systems modeling to 3D virtual environments. Farkin, B., Damer, B., Gold, S., Rasmussen, D., Neilson, M., Newman, P., Norkus, R., Bertelshems, B., Clancey, W. J., Sierhuis, M., Van Hoof, R. Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Simulation for European Space Programmes (SESP 2004), Noordwijk, Holland, October 19-21, 2004 and also presented at an ESA event in April 2005.
July 2004: DigitalSpace report on Phase I SBIR work on BrahmsVE: Platform for Design and Test of Large Scale Multi-Agent Human-Centric Mission Concepts . This report documents DigitalSpace's work for NASA Ames Research Center, Johnson Space Center and the Raytheon company modeling the International Space Station and astronaut Extravehicular Training at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory. Also see this page for the work product of this project.
May 2004: DigitalSpace submitted the following white papers with several partners in response to a NASA Request for Information on the topics of: SimEVA - Simulating astronaut activities for training, and SimHab a virtual analog Mars habitat and Lunar bases, and SimPlanet - modeling the Moon and Mars for mission visualization, and lastly Drive On Mars - virtual Mars rovers for outreach and learning.
April 7, 2004: DigitalSpace submits a sketch on DriveOnMars: Cyberspace Meets Outer Space for SIGGRAPH 2004
April 2, 2004: DigitalSpace presents a new paper Data-Driven Virtual Environment Assembly and Operation at the Naval Postgraduate School (MOVES Institute) in Monterey, California, as part of NASA's Virtual Iron Bird workshop
March 2004: Steve DiPaola, Galen Brandt and Daria Dorosh submitted the following paper which will be presented during the Siggraph 2004 education track: "Ratava's Line: Emergent Learning and Design Using Collaborative Virtual Worlds".
Feb 2004: Interview for TechTV to accompany Bruce's television appearance on the PC Prophesy edition of "The Screen Savers."
Feb 2004: An updated Global CyberSpace and Personal MemeSpace, Bruce Damer on Virtual Worlds and its abridged version published on the KurzweilAI.net site.
October 2003: "AVATARA" by Jeremy Turner, Donato Mancini and Flick Harrison is a DVD featuring DigitalSpace Traveler it was just reviewed by Christiane Paul (Whitney New Media Curator)..check it out or Download the PDF file here. See also http://www.intelligentagent.com
October 2003: There is also an interview with Jeremy Turner about the DVD PDF file here
July 2003: Jan de Bruin & Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Virtual Worlds and an Inhabited Virtual Worlds Movement: A Sociological Approach with some Examples from the Netherlands, in: J. Hemsley (ed.), Eva 2003 London Conference Proceedings, section Strategies and New Directions, London. 2003, pp. 3-1 - 3-11 (ISBN no: 0-9 543146-3-8).
June 2003: DigitalSpace report on Phase I SBIR work on SimHab/BrahmsVE: Proof of Concept for Human/Agent Intelligent Augmentation This work document's DigitalSpace's work for NASA modelling the Personal Satellite Assistant in operation aboard the International Space Station.
June 2003: A chapter written by Bruce Damer for Brenda Laurel's upcoming book Design Research (MIT Press). This chapter, titled A Virtual Walk on the Moon, Cyberspace meets Outerspace: Experimental Design Research in a New Medium documents the Contact Consortium's pioneering role in the experimental derivation of best practices in the creation of compelling online events in virtual worlds in the late 1990s.
February 2003: A new paper written by Jan de Bruin & Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Virtual Worlds and an Inhabited Virtual Worlds Movement mentions the work of DigitalSpace and the Contact Consortium in producing the annual Avatars cyberconferences. This paper was written for EVA 2002 held in Moscow (December 2-7 2002).
January 2003: Bruce Damer presented a two part session at Brenda Laurel's class at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California. The first session dealth with the subject of the Creative Commons license and the state of copyright and the public domain, and the second was a history and introduction to the medium of Virtual Worlds.
January 2003: Bruce Damer presented "Drive On Mars", a prototype project for public outreach for the upcoming Mars Exploration Rover (MER) missions at the MER/Athena team meeting at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada Flintridge, California. See the slides here, and the prototype site www.driveonmars.com here
January 2003: The SBIR Phase-1 work on simulation of the Personal Satellite Assistant on board a virtual International Space Station was begun. Full project reports are available here
January 2003: Bruce presented a special session at the Arlington Institute in Washington DC for Pentagon planners in consideration of strategies for Energy Security, see the slides here and the photos of the session here.
September-December 2002: Bruce Damer completed an entry for the upcoming Encyclopedia of Community (Berkshire Publishing Group) on the subject of Avatar Communities.
October 2002: Bruce Damer presented a session at the Vintage Computer Festival, here are the slides
October 2002: Bruce Damer presented a session at Pop!Tech, here are the slides
October 2002: Bruce Damer was interviewed by Katie Dean of Wired News for the PopTech conference, see Living in an Artificial World
September 2002: Bruce Damer was interviewed in a WebLog by J.D. Lasica for the Pop!Tech conference.
September 2002: Bruce was featured in Sally Richard's latest book FutureNet (Inverview from Summer 2001, publication date.
August 2002: Bruce Damer presented a lecture at the MIT MediaLab Europe in Dublin Ireland. See the announcement here.
June 2002: Bruce Damer featured in a story on avatars and performance in Wired News
May 2002: Introduction to the Intercommons initiative and the Intercommons site
May 2002: Bruce Damer's work mentioned in part 1 of an article on Shift.com and also in part 2 by Jeremy Turner.
April 2002: Bruce Damer featured in Wired News and again on April 22nd surrounding the "Black Mac" at the DigiBarn Computer Mueum
Mar 2002: Interview with Bruce Damer in Afterlife
Feb 2002: STTR Phase I Final Report on BrahmsVE and the SimHab virtual habitat.
Dec 2001: AVATARS2001 Conference Report
Nov 2001: Welcome message for AVATARS2001
Nov 2001: Interview with the BBC about Avatars 2000's Avvy Awards
Sept 2001: Paradox III at Arcosanti, Conference Photo Album
Sept 2001: CyberArts X Conference Photo Album
Aug 2001: Coverage of SIGGRAPH 2001 and the Web3D Roundup
July 2001:Announcing Meet2D, a new site and chat platform from DigitalSpace
May 2001: Journey to Umea Sweden and photos of presentation
May 2001: Feature on Virtual Worlds in Click Magazine
April 2001: Quotations from Bruce Damer's press interviews and Adobe's press releases regarding Adobe Atmosphere and DigitalSpace's Press Release. Also mentioned in CRN News and VREfresh (several issues: 145 and 146 and reviews of Atmosphere at About.com and in the about.com reviews of Atmosphere and Shockwave 3D and in EWeek
Mar 2001: David Duberman's spectrum stories on Atmosphere from Curious Lab's Report news. Bruce Damer quoted in News.com and Yahoo News for announcement of Adobe Atmosphere and see DigitalSpace's Atmospherians Community site and White Paper on Atmosphere
Jan-April 2001: RedAppleOnline report for American General Financial Group by Galen Brandt, Bonnie DeVarco, Bruce Damer.
Feb 2001: Select writings from the Mind-X forum on KurzweilAI.net site
Feb 2001: Select writings on the "Interrupt Culture"
Feb 2001: Global CyberSpace and Personal MemeSpace, Bruce Damer on Virtual Worlds and its abridged version published on the KurzweilAI.net site.
Feb 2001: An Interview with XelaG and his Life with Bots.
November 2000: Bruce Damer and the DS team's keynote "Virtual world communities powering the B2B X-Economy" of the IT Executive Symposium at Fall COMDEX 2000 see the original slides here
October 2000: Avatars2000, Cyberspace for a New Millenium, coodinated by Bruce Damer, see Report of the Event here
September 2000: Announcing Meet3D, a new site and virtual world platform from DigitalSpace, project coordination by Bruce Damer
August 2000: STTR Phase I Proposal "Brahms VE: A Collaborative Virtual Environment for Mission Operations, Planning and Scheduling"
July 5-7, 2000: A paper from Bruce Damer, Stuart Gold, Jan de Bruin, and Dirk-Jan de Bruin, 'Conferences and Trade Shows in Inhabited Virtual Worlds: A Case Study of Avatars98 & 99'. Paper presented as an invited paper at the Second International Conference, VW 2000, Paris (France). The paper is published as: Bruce Damer, Stuart Gold, Jan de Bruin, and Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Conferences and Trade Shows in Inhabited Virtual Worlds: A Case Study of Avatars98 & 99, in: Jean-Claude Heudin (ed.), Virtual Worlds, Second International Conference, VW 2000, Paris, France, July 5-7, 2000 Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, Berlin, 2000: pp. 1-11 (ISBN 3-540-67707-0).
June 2000: Thefull transcript of Bruce's in-world presentation and dialogue with an audience during the first summer Cyberforum hosted by Mike Heim of the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena CA.
with a shot of Avatars99 reprinted on the back cover. (Published by ACM SIGGRAPH).
May 2000: Computer Graphics Vol.34 No.2 special issue on Web3D featured Avatars98 and Avatars99: Pioneering the Medium of 3D Internet Cyberconferences
April 2000: Interview by Russ Spencer of Bruce Damer for New Media Magazine titled: "Bruce Damer's Brave New World" in which Bruce talks about the vision for Digital Biota and Cyberbiology, see New Media Version here
April 2000: Our paper for the London Corporate Portals Conference hosted by the Delphi Group, where we presented "Back to the Future of the Corporate Portal, or Virtual World Communities Powering the B2B X-Economy What is a virtual world and how does it fit into the Corporate Portal? " by Stuart Gold and Bruce Damer This paper features the first review of the process we went through to construct the health insurance company virtual headquarters.
18-19 May 2000: A paper from Jan de Bruin, Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Bruce Damer, and Stuart Gold, 'The Grass Roots of Internet Users and Virtual Worlds: A Case Study of Contact Consortium'. Paper presented by Jan and Dirk-Jan de Bruin at the Virtual Reality International Conference 2000, Laval. The paper is published as: Jan de Bruin, Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Bruce Damer, and Stuart Gold, 'The Grass Roots of Internet Users and Virtual Worlds: A Case Study of Contact Consortium' in: Simon Richir & Bernard Taravel (eds.), VRIC 2000 Proceedings, Laval, 2000: pp. 142-153 (ISBN 2-9513952-1-3).
March-April 2000: A paper from Jan de Bruin, Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Bruce Damer and Stuart Gold Conferences and Trade Shows in Inhabited Virtual Worlds A Case Study featuring new results from the Avatars99 cybertradeshow (written (March-April 2000). This paper was presented by Jan and Dirk-Jan de Bruin as keynote speakers at the Euromedia 2000 conference in Antwerp (Belgium) organized and sponsored by the SCS (The Society for Computer Simulation International) (May 8-10, 2000). The paper is published as: Jan de Bruin, Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Bruce Damer, and Stuart Gold, Conferences and Trade Shows in Inhabited Virtual Worlds: A Case Study, in: Fernand Broeckx and Luk Pauwels (eds.), Euromedia 2000, Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media, Communications and Telematics Theory, Methods, Tools and Applications and Building a Global Business, (May 8 -10, 2000, Antwerp, Belgium), A Publication of the Society for Computer Simulation International, Antwerp, 2000: pp. 276-285 (ISBN 1-56555-202-4).
January 15-19, 2000: DCNet 2000, slides from the keynote presentation made by Jan de Bruin and Bruce Damer "Conferences and Trade Shows in Inhabited Virtual Worlds: A case study".
Dec 1999: Interview by Erik Davis of Bruce Damer for a Wired Magazine article on Terence Mckenna (unpublished)
Dec 1999: Interview by Barrett Fox of Bruce Damer for a Special Spring 2000 Issue of 3D Design Magazine (interview, Dec 1999, published, Spring 2000)
Dec 1999: The Highlands Group features Bruce Damer in its Ideas and Innovators section (Oct 1999 interview by Richard O O'Neill published February 2000)
Oct 30-Nov 5, 1999: A paper presented by Jan and Dirk-Jan de Bruin as keynote speakers at the ACM Multimedia Conference , Conferences and Trade Shows in Inhabited Virtual Worlds A Case Study of AVATARS98, by Jan and Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Bruce Damer, and Stuart Gold. The paper is in a shorter version, as: Bruce Damer, Stuart Gold, Jan de Bruin & Dirk-Jan de Bruin, Large-Scale Events and Inhabited Virtual Worlds: Avatars98, published in: Sandra Schruijer, Multi-organizational partnerships and cooperative strategy, Dutch University Press, 1999: pp. 289-294 (ISBN 90-361-9820-8).
Dec 1999: Bruce Damer's Report on Avatars99: Colonizing Cyberspace
Sept 1999: A features article: The Coming of Inhabited Cyberspace for Xploration (Sept 1999, published Nov 1999).
August 1999: SBIR Phase I proposal "Mission to a Virtual Solar System: a 3D Multi-user Internet Portal"
July 20, 1999: The 30th Anniversary Avatar Reenactment of the Apollo Moon Landings, a live event with Apollo IX Astronaut Russell Schweickart, . Also see About.com's story about this event "Moon Walk in Cyberspace".
(written Spring 1999). Paper presented by Jan and Dirk-Jan de Bruin at the 'Sixth International Conference on Multi-Organizational Partnerships and Cooperative Strategy', July 8-10, 1999, Tilburg, The Netherlands. The paper is in a shorter version as: Bruce Damer, Stuart Gold, Jan de Bruin & Dirk-Jan de Bruin,
Spring 1999: A paper with Bruce Damer, Stuart Gold, and Jan and Dirk-Jan de Bruin on "Virtual Organizations and Virtual Worlds: a Case Study of AVATARS98"Large-Scale Events and Inhabited Virtual Worlds: Avatars98, published in: Sandra Schruijer, Multi-organizational partnerships and cooperative strategy, Dutch University Press, 1999: pp. 289-294 (ISBN 90-361-9820-8).
April-May 1999: A paper with Bruce Damer, Stuart Gold, and Jan and Dirk-Jan de Bruin on "Steps toward Learning in Virtual World Cyberspace: TheU Virtual University and the BOWorld" . This paper is included in the printed proceedings of TWLT15: * A. Nijholt, Olaf Donk and Betse van Dijk (eds.), The Fifteenth Twente Workshop of Language Technology, May 19-21, 1999, Enschede, The Netherlands. This paper is published in Anton Nijholt, Olaf Donk and Betse van Dijk (eds.), Interactions in Virtual Worlds, Proceedings Twente Workshop on Language Technology (TWLT) 15, Universiteit Twente, Faculteit Informatica, 1999: pp. 31-41 (ISSN 0929-0672).
April 1999: Bruce Damer's story of Avatars98, the first conference held inside cyberspace.
March 1999: Bruce Damer's Proposals to the Web3D Consortium on why multi-user is critical to the future of 3D on the Internet.
March 1999: Bruce Damer's story of the DATAFUSION World project
Feb 1999: Bruce Damer's Postmortem on VRML (an essay of frustration)
Jan 18, 1999: Bruce Damer was featured in on page 48 of The Industry Standard. The article on virtual tradeshows by Megan Barnett, "Meeting in the Ether" (see our local copy here if this one disappears) opens with coverage of Avatars98, the worlds first true conference in cyberspace produced by DigitalSpace. The article then goes on to review traditional webcasting offerings. Find it in the Jan 18, 1999 issue.
Nov 98-Jan 1999: Sandy Ressler's VRML MiningCo articles about Avatars98 and mentioning the Contact Consortium
Dec 1998: Bruce and Mike Heim's Course Proposal for Siggraph 99
Dec 1998: Bruce Damer and Stuart Gold's proposal MadeiraWorld: A Virtual World Reuniting the Madeiran Diaspora
Oct-Nov 1998: Bruce's contributions and interviews and writings on the Avatars98: Inside Cyberspace, Conference Pages
Nov 1998: Bruce Damer's Interview about Avatars98 by Karen Lake of Strategy Week
January 1998: Two accepted papers for the VWSIM99 Conference held in San Francisco in January 1999. Both were published in Published in the proceedings of Virtual Worlds and Simulation Conference (VWSIM '99), Christopher Landauer and Kirstie Bellman, Editors, SCS (Society for Computer Simulation) Simulation Series, ISBN 1-56555-157-5. The first paper was TheU Virtual University: Steps Toward Learning in Virtual World Cyberspace (written Oct 1998 with Stuart Gold and appears on pp. 136-140). The second was Nerve Garden: A Virtual Terrarium in Cyberspace (Bruce Damer, Karen Marcelo and Frank Revi on pp. 131-135).
April 1998: Inhabited Virtual Worlds in Cyberspace book chapter by Bruce Damer, Stuart Gold, Karen Marcelo and Frank Revi featured in Virtual Worlds, Synthetic Universes, Digital Life, Jean-Claude Heudin Editor, Perseus Books, 1999, Reading MA USA, (New England Complex Systems Institute Series on Complexity), pp. 127-152.
Sept 1998: Bruce's speech at Digital Biota 2, Cambridge UK: Why is life trying to enter DigitalSpace?
May 1998: An email to Mark Pesce on his column regarding the current (scary) state of VRML
March 1998: Completed reviews of the Digital Burgess Conference
March 1998: Bruce Damer's photo album within Stuart Gold's review of TheU Virtual University Architecture Competition final judging
(DEAD LINK, March 1998)
March 1998: Interview with South African TV Series One Step Beyond. This program was aired in South Africa and Zimbabwe and you can read about it here
March 1998: Bruce Damer was interviewed by Alex Lash on CNET in Sun taking on 3D in Java
Jan 31, 1998: Click here to listen to an Interview with Bruce Damer broadcast on Lets Talk Computers.
January 1998: A new paper Nerve Garden: a Public Terrarium in Cyberspace
January 1998: SIGGRAPH 98 Proposals: Creating a Compelling Cyberspace
January 1998: Computer Currents: Washington Post's Newsbytes interview of Bruce Damer "There's Nothing Virtual About Online Worlds"
Nov 1997: Computer Currents: Washington Post's Newsbytes interview of Bruce Damer "Is The Avatar The Next Killer App?" October 1997: Bruce Damer's first book: Avatars! Exploring and Building Virtual Worlds on the Internet (PeachPit Press, Berkeley CA, first printing in October 1997, copyright 1998, ISBN: 0-201-68840-9) . Find the full text of the book online here.
October 1997: Avatars 97, The Human Race in Cyberspace, including interviews and Bruce's Welcome message to attendees.
October 14, 1997: Bruce is quoted in VRML has promise, but when will it be practical?, a CNNin story by David Peskovitz
September 1997: Writings and commentary from Digital Burgess
August 1997: Interviews with Bruce surrounding the SIGGRAPH 97 Nerve Garden Installation
August 1997: Inhabited Virtual Worlds: A New Frontier for Interaction Design (written May 1996), by Bruce Damer, for ACM interactions, Sept-Oct 1996, ISSN:1072-5520, pp. 27-34. Find the ACM Portal Digital Library Reference Here. Also featured in ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin.
August 1997: SIGGRAPH 97 Panel "Putting a Human Face on Cyberspace."
January 1997: Nerve Garden, by Bruce Damer in ACM SIGGRAPH 97 proceedings, ISBN:0-89791-921-1, page 69.
Summer 1997: Interview from Scientific Computing World on Nanomodels
Summer 1997: Visions of Avatar Cyberspace Avatars book preface
March 1997: N-Vision Interview by Adriaan Roeden. Also see his homepage
March 20 1997: David Bank's interview about Biota.org with Bruce Damer in the Wall Street Journal
February 1997 Bruce Damer's review of Multiuser VRML Worlds
January 15, 1997: Doings in the Palace: Interview with Bruce Damer, Coyote and Mr. Rotten is also found (abbreviated) along with many other great interviews at Zenda Events: Interviews at Minds Palace
Jan 9, 1997: Leslie Miller's USA Today article featuring Bruce Damer "Avatars give cyberpeople presence"
November 1996: Biota.org: The Vision A new expression of life.
November 1996: VRML: You may be building it but will they come? A Personal Rant
November 1996: Peopled Online Virtual Worlds: a new home for cooperating communities, a new home for interaction design. A Panel at the CSCW 96 Conference, November 1996, by BruceDamer and Amy Bruckman, ISBN:0-89791-765-0, pp. 441-442.
October 1996: Earth to Avatars 1996, the first annual conference of the Contact Consortium review and wrapup including Sue Wilcox's review of E2A.
September 1996: Freedom, Privacy, Property and Personal Security in Avatar Cyberspace A proposal for the CFP 1997 conference
October 1996: Nerve Garden Face to face with life in VRML 2.0 worlds
and featured in Proceedings of the CHI '97 Conference on Human factors, Extended Abstracts, ACM Press, New York, New York, ISBN:0-8979-926-2, pp. 10-11.
September 1996: Demonstration and Guided Tours of Virtual Worlds on the Internet (Written September 1996) by Bruce Damer and submitted to ACM CHI '97
July 1996: I-Vison Interview "Virtual Kiss for Virtual Bride" with Bruce Damer from an interview featured on Berkeley Radio KALX in An Alternative Media View, Darek Milewski Edition, August 8, 1996 by Darek Milewski
June 1996: Mark Pesce's article about TheU Virtual University "And a Child Shall Lead Them: Getting an Education in the Virtual University" from the Florence workshop of the MCluhan Program International
September 1995: Inhabited DigitalSpaces (Written September 1995) by Bruce Damer, Christina Kekenes, Terrel Hoffman, submitted to ACM CHI '96 and featured in Proceedings of the CHI '96 Conference Companion on Human factors: Common Ground, Demonstrations, ACM Press, New York, New York, ISBN:0-89791-832-0, pp. 9-10. Find the ACM Portal Digital Library Reference Here.
Fall 1995: Online coverage by Digital Video Magazine (Allan Lundell)
August 24, 1995: Interview with Bruce Damer from an interview featured on Berkeley Radio KALX in An Alternative Media View, Darek Milewski Edition, program title: "the Digital Naturalist", August 24, 1995 by Darek Milewski (DEAD LINK, Summer 1995)
August 1995: An interview featured on Berkeley Radio KALX in An Alternative Media View, Darek Milewski Edition, program title: "the Digital Naturalist", August 24, 1995 by Darek Milewski
July 1995: Online coverage on exe.co.uk by Cliff Saran (DEAD LINK)
July 1995: Austin Texas TechReports Article
June 1995: Amoeba A Simulator for Molecular Nanotechnology
March 1995: CONTACT XII (1995) Conference Presentation Our Contact with Soft Life, the first Exo-Terrestrials