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Samuel Ebersole (Regent U., Virginia),
Brief History of Technology 
Early Philosophers of Technology 
The Neutrality of Technology 
Philosophical Assumptions of Cyberspace 
Media Determinism in Cyberspace (1985) (hypertext essay; includes sections on history, philosophy and sociology of technology)
Ends and Means: Journal of the University of Aberdeen Centre for Philosophy Technology and Society 
Essays on the Philosophy of Technology (good collection of links) (Frank Edler, Metropolitan Community C., Omaha, Nebraska)
Andrew Feenburg
Homepage (San Diego State U.)
"Critical Theory of Technology" (1991) Table of Contents, Preface, and Chapter 1 of Critical Theory of Technology
"Heidegger, Habermas, and the Essence of Technology: Dystopian Modernity" 
"Marcuse or Habermas: Two Critiques of Technology" (1996) 
"The Written World: On the Theory and Practice of Computer Conferencing" (1989) 
Anne Friedberg (U. Calif., Irvine), Theories of Technology and Visuality (course)
Langdon Winner
Homepage (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Langdon Winner (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), "The Handwriting on the Wall: Resisting Technoglobalism's Assault on Education" (1997) (major essay on the general problem of the corporatization of education by a well-known philosopher and historian of technology)
Bruno Latour (U. California, San Diego, And Ecole Des Mines, Paris)
T. Hugh Crawford (Virginia Military Institute),  (Configurations; Project Muse login required)
"Pasteur on Lactic Acid Yeast: A Partial Semiotic Analysis" (1993) ("I want to illustrate the possible usefulness of literary theory for the study of scientific practices by showing how a text written by Louis Pasteur in 1857 makes use of several philosophies of science that are a good deal more sophisticated
Society for Philosophy and Technology: A Quarterly Electronic Journal (available in both HTML and Adobe Acrobat formats)
Techne: Society for Philosophy & Technology -- A Quarterly Electronic Journal 
Technology Listserv Archives (philosophical discussions of technology) (Spoons Collective)

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