By Arthur Kroker & Marilouise Kroker
Written within the shadows of the electronic age, this publication tells the tale of that occurs while info know-how escapes the excessive tech labs of Silicon Valley and invades the websites of daily tradition. observed via a spoken be aware CD, Hacking the longer term includes texts through the Krokers and unique tune composed via David Kristian and Steve Gibson. Illustrations.
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They are surplus to world domination in a cyber-box. 36 CYBERSEX When I was in Berlin recently, I met a young American hacker who was living in Europe, much like a virtual descendant of the lost generation of America of the 1920s. Rather than flee to the literary and artistic scene of the Paris that was then or to Prague, the new romantic Paris of the 199Os, the new lost generation of America is fast disappearing into all the virtual reality labs of the European information superhighway. He told me that he was from suburban Connecticut, one of those tract interzones that have no real name, only a highway express exit, no means of social solidarity, only a depressing sense of electronic solitude, and, finally, no communication, just groups of friends that get together only to watch a video.
All the composers’ reach for their DAT tapes, flip scanner selections into a black Cuisinart of a machine, and settle back for a pure exchange of scanner sounds: a woman who calls herself Kosmic plays sounds recombinant of android music fresh from Stockholm, Latex Lagoon reaches into his case of 240 hours of tapes and splays us with low static bass reverbs cut at the wavering boundaries of ecstasy and dread, and Scanner gives us a bonus. track: an intense drone-like scan of big thunder voice sounds pitched downwards into infinity mixed with the soft sighs of phone sex.
40 THEWORLDWIDEWEBSELF Tired of ascii consciousness? Try out a World Wide Web self. That’s the body electronic equipped for fast travel across the World Wide Web: neuro skin, URL exo-skeleton with HTML navigational beacons coded into its processing sensor. The WWW self has never known any future but intensive immersion in the force-field of data. A species type born in the age of hyper-text philosophy and neuro-theory, the electronic body speaks only multi-media navigational languages: Mosaic, El Net, Netscape.
Hacking the Future Stories for the Flesh-Eating 90'S by Arthur Kroker & Marilouise Kroker