Cyberia: Life in the Trenches of Hyperspace
This is an ideas-led, exuberant documentary about the converging strands of a new era, the empowerments of cyber-technology, and the precipitation of new ways of life. Originally written in 1994, it outlines the strands of the cyber subculture as it was emerging -- the favored drugs, the influential individuals, the hackers and their motivations, the science of chaos, and the complexity of fractals. This book will endure as a reminder of how modern cyberculture came about -- a note to the future from an individual perceptive enough to grasp the profound effects of the cyber revolution.
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