On the Net, nobody know whether you're white. Or black.
Much has been written about technology in our daily lives, but little attention has been paid to the effects of cyberspace on racial politics and identity. Race in Cyberspace points its browers at such issues as the construction of recialized identities online, offline respresentations of cyberspace as a racially coded environment, race and access to technology, and racial representation on the Web. Race in Cyberspace brings new visibility to the question of race in contemporary culture.