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Mondo 2000, influential 90s cyberculture magazine, returns online
Mondo 2000, influential 90s cyberculture magazine, returns onlineI also noticed, in 2014, when I published my writing collection, Borg Like Me, a lot of the focus in reviews was on the pieces reprinted from that era, from Mondo, bOING bOING (print), and my own zine, Going Gaga. People waxed nostalgic about that birth-of ...read more
Source: Boing Boing (blog)
Published on Thu, 24 Aug 2017 12:24:08 GMT
15 Documentaries About The Internet, Hacking, Startups & Cyberculture [Stuff to Watch]
15 Documentaries About The Internet, Hacking, Startups & Cyberculture [Stuff to Watch]Technology is fascinating Computerphile: Learn The History, Hacks & Tech Behind Everyday Computing [Stuff to Watch] Computerphile: Learn The History, Hacks & Tech Behind Everyday Computing [Stuff to Watch] If classic technology-themed television from the ...read more
Source: Make Use Of
Published on Tue, 25 Nov 2014 17:33:15 GMT
The Meme as Art: Painter Sophisticates Cyberculture
The Meme as Art: Painter Sophisticates CybercultureThere are artists who find inspiration in majestic landscapes or beautiful women — and then there are artists who find inspiration in the Internet. Take Lauren Kaelin, the artist behind our new favorite Tumblr, which takes popular memes and turns them ...read more
Source: Time News Feed
Published on Sat, 15 Jun 2013 17:00:00 GMT
Cyberculture and Dreamworld: A view from Opus Dei?
Cyberculture and Dreamworld: A view from Opus Dei?The all-pervasive push to have everything online, whether it be books, files or selves, bepseaks a deeper cultural attitude towards terrestrial, embodied living. In its glorification of the body, the culture of postmodernity identifies something lacking in ...read more
Source: Patheos
Published on Sun, 29 Apr 2012 17:00:00 GMT
Books in Brief: NONFICTION
Books in Brief: NONFICTIONESCAPE VELOCITY Cyberculture at the End of the Century. By Mark Dery. Grove, $23. The performance artist Stelarc gained notoriety by suspending himself from stainless steel hooks embedded in his skin. A "technopagan" known on line as Genesis P-Orridge ...read more
Source: New York Times
Published on Sat, 04 May 1996 18:00:00 GMT
China to foster healthy cyberculture
China to foster healthy cybercultureBEIJING - China will continue to manage the Internet in accordance with relevant laws in 2012, according to a statement from a national meeting that sets the annual agenda for China's international communication. China will use the Internet positively ...read more
Source: China Daily
Published on Thu, 05 Jan 2012 13:43:00 GMT
“TRON: Legacy”: Virtual Reality Odyssey? Or Takedown of Cyberculture?
“TRON: Legacy”: Virtual Reality Odyssey? Or Takedown of Cyberculture?This is not quite a full review here. I’ve read other TRON: Legacy reviews out there, and am more intrigued about the dialogue that’s starting to take shape. There are a handful of spoilers below, but my intention here is not to give the game away ...read more
Source: Time
Published on Wed, 15 Dec 2010 16:00:00 GMT
'We Are the Future Cunt': CyberFeminism in the 90s
'We Are the Future Cunt': CyberFeminism in the 90sThe term was coined simultaneously by the British cultural theorist Sadie Plant and the Australian art collective VNS Matrix in 1991, during the heady upwelling of cyberculture—that crucial moment in which the connective technology of the Internet was ...read more
Source: Motherboard
Published on Thu, 20 Nov 2014 10:00:00 GMT
PuSh Festival: Hiroaki Umeda elevates hip-hop, cyberculture to high art
PuSh Festival: Hiroaki Umeda elevates hip-hop, cyberculture to high artIf you take elements of hip-hop and tech culture, distill them, and infuse them with meditative underpinnings for the realm of fine art, you might get an idea of what the work of Tokyo-based multidisciplinary artist Hiroaki Umeda is like. Umeda, who ...read more
Source: Georgia Straight
Published on Fri, 18 Jan 2013 15:32:59 GMT
10 cool classes
10 cool classesHere's a sampling of 10 of the more interesting classes that show the diversity of what happens on the hill. 1. Cyberculture. During the spring semester, KU graduate students participated in a Digital Media and Cyber Culture class in the film department ...read more
Source: LJWORLD
Published on Fri, 10 Aug 2007 17:00:00 GMT