"Debating the Social Life Of Wired Cities, is not only an interesting exercise, but also a necessary one for asking "what went wrong? It concerns all of us living in these cities, and even more so, for those who organise the urban space and have realised that the current definitions of their conceptual tools are no longer valid. As we shift from physical space into the electronic one, it is worth making observations of positive use of cyberspace, as well as reflecting on smaller scale human settlements that start on their way into networking--to see clearly how their social life responds. "