The Null Device
Amusingly propagandistic article extolling the virtues of the goth subculture: (from rebeccablood.net)
Goth encompasses music, literature, architecture, art and personal-style. And it may be that compulsive creativity of one's own is necessary for one to truly qualify as a goth
This happy melding termed net.goth or cybergoth is apparently goth's newest and perkiest limb, pointing towards augmentation and AI and, ultimately, immortality rather than stereotyped morbidity.Oh goody... eternal life uploaded into a goth hive, where everybody knows their place in the clique hierarchy... I can hardly wait... -- acb
I can't read Czech, but it looks like Red Meat crossed with Jack Chick.
An essay about aliens in five decades of popular culture: (*spark)
The visitors of the Eighties and Nineties proved two things: firstly, that extraterrestrials advanced enough to develop interstellar travel used for the ET-equivalent of cow-tipping. Secondly, we discovered that "Klaatu barada nikto" really meant "Squeal like a pig, boy! SQUEEE!": thus, the reason why Strieber's book Communion is generally known in UFO circles as "Deliverance: The Next Generation."
Feed story about/interview with anarchist/feminist/cybercultural gadfly Sadie Plant and her latest book about drug culture, society, technology and many other things. (via Slashdot)