Code Drift: Essays in Critical Digital Studies
LEFT BEHIND:Flight from the Flesh
BORN AGAIN IDEOLOGY: Religion, Technology and Terrorism
Hacking the Future
The Possessed Individual
The Last Sex
The Hysterical Male
Ideology and Power
The Postmodern Scene
Life After Postmodernism
Technology and the Canadian Mind
Now that Deep Blue has erased the postmodern mind with digital chaotics. Your groovy techno-job is not far behind - this is the book you'll need to sit on as you're begging for some spare change from some floating Laptop - mumbling the Kroker mantra:
"Speed economy, but slow jobs. Speed images, but slow eyes. Speed finance, but slow morality. Speed sex, but slow desire. Speed globalization, but slow localization. Speed media, but slow communication. Speed talk, but no thought."
-Karen Eliot, ThingReviewsNYC
Digital Delirium writes the new horizon of electronic culture. The latest addition to the CultureTexts Series, Digital Delirium brings together some of the best minds involved in rethinking technoculture in the 90s.
30 Cyber-Days in San Francisco
Digital Delirium writes the streets of San Francisco as a way of talking about the ambiguous legacy of wired culture.
Digital Delirium interviews R.U. Sirius, Paul Virilio, Jean Baudrillard, and Slavoj Zizek, and includes a state of the digital union address by Bruce Sterling.
The 90s began with a blast of techno-utopianism, but it will end with slow suicide in the surplus streets. Net Politics is the story of the 90s as a radically split reality: surplus class and virtual class, surplus flesh and virtual flesh, separate and digitally unequal.
The Global Algorithm
What is gained and what is lost by being digital? What do we see when we look in the digital mirror: Future-Fallout or Net-Utopia? Digital ears and diamond eyes or real blood and guts?
Robert Adrian X
Paolo Atzori & Kirk Woolford
Caroline Bayard & Graham Knight
Sasha Costanza-Chock & Jace Clayton
Critical Art Ensemble
Lynn Hershman Leeson
Arthur Kroker & Marilouise Kroker
Deena Weinstein & Michael A. Weinstein
Daniel R. White
Read the Introduction to Digital Delirium
Edited and introduced by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker
©1997, New World Perspectives, CultureTexts Series
Montreal: New World Perspectives, ISBN 0-920393-71-3
Published simultaneously in the USA by Palgrave,ISBN 0-31217-237-0