Jamming the Media: A Citizen's Guide : Reclaiming the Tools of Civilization

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Chronicle Books, 1997 - Social Science - 353 pages
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In one of the most complete handbooks to mass communication ever, cyber-culture expert Gareth Branwyn guides the wired and soon-to-be wired through the use of public access television, film, video, the Internet, and more. This groundbreaking, comprehensive guide is full of easy-to-follow instructions, hands-on information, practical hints, and case studies. 2-color throughout.

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About the author (1997)

Gareth Branwyn is a well-known technology journalist and self-proclaimed "reluctant geek." He is writer and editor for "Wired, ID" and "Esquire" magazines, and has written many books on technology topics, including, "Mosaic Quick Tour" (the first World Wide Web book ever published), "Jargon Watch: A Pocket Dictionary for the Jitterati, Jamming the Media: A Citizen's Guide," and "The Happy Mutant Handbook." He also has contributed material to many technology books, including Que's "Catalog of Tomorrow" and "The Millennium Whole Earth Catalog." He is Editor-in-chief, co-owner, and site designer of Street Tech (www.streettech.com). Gareth also contributed lyrics to Billy Idol's 1993 album Cyberpunk.

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