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Complete Stories By Rudy Rucker
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Collected together in one mammoth volume: all of Rudy Rucker's science-fiction stories, a trove of gnarl and wonder. This, the second edition, includes stories from 1976 through 2013, with four new... More > stories added since the 2012 edition. As well as a volume's worth of extra stories, Complete Stories includes all the tales from The 57th Franz Kafka, Transreal, Gnarl!, and Mad Professor. Along with Rucker's solo stories, we have collaborations with Bruce Sterling, Marc Laidlaw, Paul Di Filippo, John Shirley, Terry Bisson, and Eileen Gunn. Published by Transreal Books, Los Gatos, California.< Less
Scalable City By gallery @calit2
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Exhibition catalog for Scalable City, Installation by Sheldon Brown at gallery@calit2. Includes essays by Eduardo Navas, Bruce Sterling, Geoff Ryman, Kim Stanley Robinson and Sheldon Brown.
Scalable City By gallery @calit2
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Exhibition catalog for Scalable City, Installation by Sheldon Brown at gallery@calit2. Includes essays by Eduardo Navas, Bruce Sterling, Geoff Ryman, Kim Stanley Robinson and Sheldon Brown.
Cheap Truth By R. Christopher Harshman
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In the 1980s, Bruce Sterling (under the alias Vincent Omniaveritas) edited this free 'zine, a reaction to the "stagnant state of popular science fiction" that helped launch the cyberpunk... More > movement. Every issue carried text along the lines of "NOT COPYRIGHTED. Data pirates, start your engines!" As such, these writings have been recreated here, as a presentable archive of those early writings. (Lulu.com insists on copyright information, so I'm noting this as (c) me, but please note that I make no claim to copyright of the actual content reproduced herein.)< Less
Cheap Truth By R. Christopher Harshman
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In the 1980s, Bruce Sterling (under the alias Vincent Omniaveritas) edited this free 'zine, a reaction to the "stagnant state of popular science fiction" that helped launch the cyberpunk... More > movement. Every issue carried text along the lines of "NOT COPYRIGHTED. Data pirates, start your engines!" As such, these writings have been recreated here, as a presentable archive of those early writings. (Lulu.com insists on copyright information, so I'm noting this as (c) me, but please note that I make no claim to copyright of the actual content reproduced herein.)< Less
SALT Summaries By Stewart Brand
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Condensed ideas about long-term thinking summarized by Stewart Brand (with Kevin Kelly, Alexander Rose and Paul Saffo) and a foreword by Brian Eno. These are summaries of talks by Jared Diamond,... More > Craig Venter, Bruce Sterling, Jill Tarter, Martin Rees, Clay Shirky, Niall Ferguson, Jimmy Wales, Mary Catherine Bateson, Paul Hawken, Vernor Vinge, Ray Kurzweil, Sam Harris, Will Wright, Orville Schell, Nassim Taleb, Michael Pollan, Wade Davis, Lera Boroditsky, David Eagleman, Richard Rhodes, Paul Romer, Matt Ridley and more... [SALT stands for Seminars About Long-term Thinking. The SALT talks are a monthly speaking series organized in San Francisco by The Long Now Foundation.]< Less
SALT Summaries By Stewart Brand
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Condensed ideas about long-term thinking summarized by Stewart Brand (with Kevin Kelly, Alexander Rose and Paul Saffo) and a foreword by Brian Eno. These are summaries of talks by Jared Diamond,... More > Craig Venter, Bruce Sterling, Jill Tarter, Martin Rees, Clay Shirky, Niall Ferguson, Jimmy Wales, Mary Catherine Bateson, Paul Hawken, Vernor Vinge, Ray Kurzweil, Sam Harris, Will Wright, Orville Schell, Nassim Taleb, Michael Pollan, Wade Davis, Lera Boroditsky, David Eagleman, Richard Rhodes, Paul Romer, Matt Ridley and more... [SALT stands for Seminars About Long-term Thinking. The SALT talks are a monthly speaking series organized in San Francisco by The Long Now Foundation.]< Less
cc&d v234 (07/12) By assorted writers and artists
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This is the July 2012 issue (v234) of cc&d magazine (http://scars.tv/ccd,"The UN-religious, NON-family oriented literary and art magazine", founded 1993, Janet Kuypers Editor), by... More > Scars Publications. Writers and artists included in this book are Janet Kuypers, Joseph Hart, Bruce Matteson, Robert D. Lyons, Brian Looney, Michael Ceraolo, I.B. Rad, Andrew H. Oerke, Kelly K. Darrow, Corey Cook, John Rachel, Fritz Hanilton, Ronald M. Wade, W. Donta Andrews, Dana Blake, Brian Duggan, Christine Barba, Rex Sexton, Sterling A Slechta, Alexander P.S. , and art by Edward Michael O'Durr Supranowicz, Rose E. Grier, Uzeyir Lokman CAYCI, Nick Brazinsky, Oz Hardwick, Brian Hosey and Lauren Braden, David Michael Jackson, George Coston, John Yotko, Aaron Wilder, Peter LaBerge, Cheryl Townsend, the HA!man of South Africa, Brian Forrest, and Eric Bonholtzer< Less
Holy Fire. Art of the Digital Age By Domenico Quaranta, Yves Bernard
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Produced as a catalogue for the exhibition Holy Fire, Art of the Digital Age (2008), this book is more than a simple catalogue. Along with the works of the 27 artists in the exhibition it features... More > the editors' essays along with a collective interview involving some of the most important representatives of the new media art world. 
Holy Fire is not a book on new media art, but an exploration of the contemporary art of the digital age, and a pamphlet against the new media art paradigm and the self-isolation in which these practices evolved in the last sixty years.
 In the words of Régine Debatty: “Forget the new, drop the media, enjoy art.” With contributions by: 
Inke Arns & Jacob Lillemose, Alexei Shulgin, Vuk Cosic, Régine Debatty, Steve Dietz, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Patrick Lichty, Vicente Matallana, Eva & Franco Mattes, Christiane Paul, Magdalena Sawon & Tamas Banovich, Paul Slocum, Bruce Sterling, Michele Thursz, Mark Tribe, UBERMORGEN.COM, Karen A. Verschooren and many others.< Less
Holy Fire. Art of the Digital Age By Domenico Quaranta, Yves Bernard
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Produced as a catalogue for the exhibition Holy Fire, Art of the Digital Age (2008), this book is more than a simple catalogue. Along with the works of the 27 artists in the exhibition it features... More > the editors' essays along with a collective interview involving some of the most important representatives of the new media art world. 
Holy Fire is not a book on new media art, but an exploration of the contemporary art of the digital age, and a pamphlet against the new media art paradigm and the self-isolation in which these practices evolved in the last sixty years.
 In the words of Régine Debatty: “Forget the new, drop the media, enjoy art.” With contributions by: 
Inke Arns & Jacob Lillemose, Alexei Shulgin, Vuk Cosic, Régine Debatty, Steve Dietz, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Patrick Lichty, Vicente Matallana, Eva & Franco Mattes, Christiane Paul, Magdalena Sawon & Tamas Banovich, Paul Slocum, Bruce Sterling, Michele Thursz, Mark Tribe, UBERMORGEN.COM, Karen A. Verschooren and many others.< Less