The Control of Computerized Television

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Fifth Estate # 394, Summer 2015 - Technology

In another age, in a different lifetime, David Watson (under the name, George Bradford) wrote in the Spring 1984 Fifth Estate: “While there may be reason for concern about computer threats to privacy, it is generally overlooked that deepening privatization, …

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VR Troopers

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Fifth Estate # 392, Fall/Winter 2014 - Art & Anarchy

Way back in the 1990s, the bleeding edge of the cyberpunk counterculture was in conflict over what the next stage of technological transformation was to be. On one side were the psychedelic, techno-shamans of virtual reality (VR). On the other, …

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Insurrections of Imagination

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Fifth Estate # 391, Spring/Summer 2014 - Anarchy!

a review of The Collected Writings of Renzo Novatore. Translated by Wolfi Landstreicher. Ardent Press, 2012, $13, 300 pp., ardentpress.org // Share this on…

Against the Poverty of Language and Thought

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Fifth Estate # 390, Fall, 2013

Cell phones are an overpowering, ever present factor in society. A factor which has multiplied at a staggering rate. // Share this on…

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