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The Mapping-Cyberspace discussion list was started by Martin Dodge and Rob Kitchin. It is a free and lightly moderated discussion list, open to all those interested in this emerging and evolving field. The list is provided by the JISCMAIL service, based at the University of Newcastle.
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