Carmen Hermosillo (died August 10, 2008), A.K.A. humdog, was a community manager/research analyst, essayist, and poet. A contributor to 2GQ (now New Oregon Arts & Letters), FringeWare Review, wired, and Leonardo, Peter Ludlow's High Noon on the Electronic Frontier, and How to Mutate and Take Over the World, she was a participant in many online communities including early chat rooms and internet forums such as The WELL, BBSs, and later activities such as Second Life.
In 1994 she published a widely influential essay online, "Pandora's Vox: On Community in Cyberspace", in which she argued that the result of computer networks had led to, not a reduction in hierarchy, but actually a commodification of personality and a complex transfer of power and information to companies.
- "Pandora's Vox: On Community in Cyberspace" (1994)
- "Veni Redemptor: The Metallic Masks of God" (1997)
- "The History of the Board Ho" (2004)
- "A rant: Sex in Gaming" (2005)
- "Confessions of a Gorean Slave" (2006)
- "Roleplay and the Social Contract in Virtual Worlds" (unfinished)
- Meadows, Mark Stephen and Ludlow, Peter (09/02/2009). "A Virtual Life. An Actual Death", HPlusMagazine.com.
- Brown, Tiffany Lee (08/13/2008). "Carmen Hermosillo: humdog in Memoriam", 2GQ.org.
- "carmen hermosillo", LinkedIn.com.
- "Avatars 97 Speakers", CCon.org.
- humdog (1996) "Pandora's Vox", High Noon on the Electronic Frontier, p.437. Ludlow, Peter, ed. ISBN 0-262-62103-7.
- R. U. Sirius, St. Jude, and the Internet 21 (1996). How to Mutate and Take Over the World. ISBN 978-0-345-39216-9.
- "Introducing Humdog: Pandora’s Vox Redux", Folksonomy.co. OR 05/05/2004. "Introducing Humdog: Pandora’s Vox Redux", AlphavilleHerald.com (formerly Second Life Herald).
- Curtis, Adam (2011). All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace, episode 1. 35'55".
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- Hermosillo, Margarite (2010). "Zero Dark Thirty: The Last Days of Carmen Hermosillo". The Alphaville Herald. April 25.
- Ludlow, Peter (08/15/2008). "Remembering Carmen Hermosillo", AlphavilleHerald.com.
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