Howard Rheingold (Incomplete) Bibliography
While this bibliography indicates Howard’s prolific work, it is by no means complete. A major component of his work is in more interactive online writing that invites dialog. Please visit his Web site and read some examples, such as his writing on Mobile Internet.
Rheingold H. 2004March23. Homepage. http://www.rheingold.com/ Accessed 2004 Apr 7.
Rheingold H. 2003. Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution Transforming Cultures and Communities in the Age of Instant Access. Place: Basic Books. 288 p.
Rheingold H. 1996. Livin’ on the net. Videorecording. Studio City, CA: Michael Wiese Productions.
Rheingold H, editor. 1995. Millennium Whole Earth Catalog: Access to Tools and Ideas for the Twenty-First Century. San Francisco: Harper. 384 p.
Rheingold H. 1994. Stereogram. San Francisco: Cadence Books. 95 p.
Rheingold H. 1993. The virtual community: homesteading on the electronic frontier. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley. 325 p.
Rheingold H. 1991. Virtual reality. New York: Summit Books. 415p.
LaBerge S, Rheingold H. 1990. Exploring the world of lucid dreaming. New York: Ballantine Books. 277 p.
Rheingold H. 1988. Excursions to the far side of the mind: a book of memes. New York: Beech Tree Books. 239 p.
Rheingold H. 1988. They have a word for it: a lighthearted lexicon of untranslatable words and phrases. New York: J.P. Tarcher. 224 p.
Levine H, Rheingold H. 1987. The cognitive connection: thought and language in man and machine. New York: Prentice Hall Press. 276 p.
Aero R, Rheingold H. 1986. New technology coloring book. Computer program. Beverly Hills, CA: Simon & Schuster. 335 p.
Rheingold H. 1985. Tools for thought: the people and ideas behind the next computer revolution. New York: Simon & Schuster. 335 p.
Harman W, Rheingold H. 1984. Higher creativity: liberating the unconscious for breakthrough insights. Boston: J.P. Tarcher. 237 p.
Bonnett K, Oldfield G., Rheingold, H. 1984. The everyone can build a robot book. New York: Simon & Schuster. 78 p.
Rheingold H, Levine H. 1982. Talking tech:a conversational guide to science and technology. New York: Morrow. 324 p.
Rheingold H. 2004. A Major Change in the Political Equation. BusinessWeek Online http://www.bloomberg.com/bw/stories/2004-03-28/online-extra-a-major-change-in-the-political-equation (7 Apr 2004).
Rheingold H. 2003. POWER – The War Over Innovation CIO. 60-61.
Rheingold H. 2002. Painted Shoes Manifesto. Whole Earth Review 108:69.
Rheingold H. 2000. You Got the Power – Next comes the payoff. A wave of startups is poised to harvest the network’s most wasted resource: your idle CPU cycles. Wired 8:176+.
Rheingold H. 1999. Look Who’s Talking – The Amish are famous for shunning technology, but their secret love affair with the cell phone is causing an uproar. Wired 7:128+.
Rheingold H. 1999. Coevolution. Whole Earth Review 99:98-99.
Rheingold H. 1999. Virtual Community: Another Metaphor. Whole Earth Review 98:65-66.
Rheingold H. 1999. Eternity. Whole Earth Review 96 65-66.
Ebbs G, Rheingold, H. 1997. Censorship on the information highway. Electronic networking: research, applications, and policy. 1:59.
Turner F, Rheingold H. 1995. Letters: Cyberspaced out. Harper’s 291:4-6
Rheingold H. 1995. The Myth of the Machine. Whole Earth Review 88:98-99.
Rheingold H. 1995. Silicon Snake Oil. Whole Earth Review 88:100.
Rheingold H. 1995. The Future Does Not Compute. Whole Earth Review 88:100.
Rheingold H. 1995. The Gutenberg Elegies. Whole Earth Review 88:100.
Rheingold H. 1995. Neo-techno-crypto-cyber-luddites. Whole Earth Review 88:100-101.
Rheingold H. 1995. Resisting the Virtual Life. Whole Earth Review 88:101.
Rheingold H. 1995. Life on the Screen. Whole Earth Review 88:102-104.
Rheingold H. 1995. Rheingold spins a new web. Whole Earth Review 86:80-85.
Rheingold H. 1995. Painter 3.0. Whole Earth Review 86:87.
Rheingold H. 1995. The virtual community. Utne Reader 68:60-64.
Rheingold H. 1994. Possibilities catalog. Whole Earth Review 84:28-29.
Rheingold H. 1994. Futility in cyberspace. Whole Earth Review 84:94-95.
Rheingold H. 1994. Making the price of technology visible. Whole Earth Review 83:94.
Rheingold H. 1994. Civic networking: If you had an information highway, where would you want to go? Whole Earth Review 82:26-27.
Rheingold H. 1993. Computers: The On-Line Search for Therapy, Stock Tips and Love. Newsweek 10:42.
Rheingold H. 1993. Why Do These Kids Love School? Whole Earth Review 81:69-70.
Rheingold H. 1993. Cold knowledge and social warmth. Newsweek 10:49.
Rheingold H. 1993. The shape of the universe. Whole Earth Review 80:38-41.
Rheingold H. 1993. Charley Tart on consensus trance: (Slap slap) wake up! Whole Earth Review 75:34-37.
Rheingold H. 1992. Waking Up. Whole Earth Review 75:36-38.
Rheingold H. 1992. In the Mind’s Eye. Whole Earth Review 75:37.
Rheingold H. 1992. The Storyteller’s Goddess. Whole Earth Review 75:74-75.
Rheingold H. 1992. Ada, the Enchantress of Numbers. Whole Earth Review 75:92-94.