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Thursday, December 30, 1999
3 networks to form news cooperative to further homogenize your news consumption. The excluded network cries in its beer about not being invited rather than celebrating diversity...
An Alternative History of the 20th Century, from The Nation magazine.
Forgotten Treasures: A Symposium from the LA Times
"With the turn of the millennial odometer now hard upon us, we asked a number of writers to share with us their neglected classics of the century, books they love but which, for one reason or another, have yet to find the readers they so richly deserve."
Sony's PSI Lab - FT115
Patrick Huyghe investigates the truth behind the closure of Sony's seven-year paranormal research effort.
Wednesday, December 29, 1999
Apocalypse Pretty Soon: "...a coast-to-coast guide to our favorite millenial and utopian players..." (from author Alex Heard)
Friday, December 17, 1999
"Magnetic resonance imaging of male and female genitals
during coitus and female sexual arousal" from the electronic edition of the British Medical Journal -- Schultz et al. 319 (7225): 1596
Monday, December 13, 1999
Telephone Exchange Names
"To help foster the use of exchange names, send this list everywhere."
Sunday, December 12, 1999
Wednesday, December 8, 1999
Twists, Slugs and Roscoes: A Glossary of Hardboiled Slang
'If you've ever read a hardboiled detective story, you may have come across a sentence like, "I jammed the roscoe in his button and said, 'Close your yap, bo, or I squirt metal.'" Something like this isn't too hard to decipher. But what if you encounter, "The flim-flammer jumped in the flivver and faded."?'
Monday, December 6, 1999
FEED: Wiring Baby's Brain, by Erik Davis "Faced with new findings in neurobiology, not to mention signal saturation in the 3-to-the-grave market, mediatech producers are paying close attention to the cognitive demands of babies and toddlers."
My Favorite Martians: a UFO Epistemology, by Erik Davis
"In the end, most UFO theories can be seen as different modes of structuring the information that crusts around the slippery edges of a massive enigma."
DAILY BLEED: Calendar of Eclectic events, Public Secrets:
"A wake-up call better than boiled coffee! A calendar of events your
mom & pop forgot to tell you about..."
Mind Waves: An Interview with Francisco Varela by Erik Davis
Sunday, December 5, 1999
Saturday, December 4, 1999
Thursday, December 2, 1999
Wednesday, December 1, 1999
Homepage of the Human Genome Project