Nearly road kill

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High Risk Books, 1996 - Fiction - 385 pages
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What-appears-to-be Boy meets what-appears-to-be Girl in the world of the Net where any persona--and any gender--can be created. They pose as a host of different personalities, switiching identities and genders as quickly as they create passwords. Named Scratch and Winc, these two genderless beings cybersurf into the various worlds of the Net as they fight government intervention in the last free frontier.

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Imagine a world in which it is illegal to not view a certain amount of advertising that the government wants you to see because the govt gets financed by commercial companies showing you advertisements. Read full review

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a quirky look at the fluidity of gender through the (at the time) new world of the internet - fan of kate bornstein? don't miss this early work! Read full review


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