Here is a list of connections to other relevant Wikis created by others all around that relate to the topic of Cybercultures / Cyberspace / and Everything in Between.
Each is obviously intended for a slightly different group of people. Some are very scientific and informational, others are meant to be funny and interesting. While each represents a different facet of cyberspace, collectively they highlight what is perhaps the most important function of the Internet: communication and the ability to share. This collective culture, this collective intelligence, is perhaps the greatest power that the Internet holds. I'm hoping that if you have any questions that can't be answered on this Wiki, you'll find the answer here.
Good luck on your final!
New Media Wiki : Internet study resources.
IT Law Wiki: Legal information about internet, plagerism, etc.
Psychology Wiki: If you dig, there is some really relevant information about cyberfeminism, cyberbullying, cyberspace, and what it does to the human being.
Tron Wiki : Anything and everything Tron related.
Human Rights in Cyberspace Wiki : While there is lots of information relating to rights in Brazi and other Portuguese countries, some of the basic information is extremely relevant.
Future Wiki : Information about advancement in technology and cyberspace.
Meme Wiki: Good for a laugh, I guess.
Science Wiki: So much information, just gotta dig a bit.
List of Gaming Wikis : Too many that are too specific to list here, but if you want direction to a specific game.
MOO Wiki page : A subset of the MUD wiki, relevant information, including LambdaMoo.
Geocaching Wiki : Relevant information on history, caching, etc.
and, of course, if you want some completely irrelevant information, I recommend Uncyclopedia Wiki. It's good for alaugh, a lot of satire... Irregardless, it speaks testaments to the power of the Internet to be a place of misinformation as well. There will always be a binary in any society. Cyberspace is no different.