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 From : Valery Alexenko                     2:461/33        .p 08 . 94 02:07
 To   : all
 Subj : A komu Cyberov, komu Punkov ?!!? ;D

Zdorovo usi ;D,

Tut viderzhki iz FAQ po Future Culture, vrode ktoto interesovals'a ;D :

-------------------- Skip, skip... ;D -------------------------------

Cyberpunks use all available data input to think for themselves.
                                ::::::Timothy Leary

Gibson & Burroughs & Lewis Shriner & Norman Spinrad & Bruce Sterling
created the perfect term -- CYBERPUNK!  The odd occult shadow still
haunts" the civilized, industrial culture.  Here is the marvelous
paradox of VR/Cyberpunk: Big high-tech firms fighting the myth of
"electronic LSD." Jaron Lanier as wizard with dreadlocks! Eric
Gullichsen - student of Crowley! Mondo 2000! Gibson and his data
rustlers!
                                 ::::::Timothy Leary

Cyberpunk is really about the present.
                                 ::::::Rudy Rucker

--------------------- Skippan'ki ... ---------------------------------

Cyber- - A prefix taken from [cybernetics] generally used in popular
        culture to mean anything that is technologically oriented.

Cyberdeck - Term originated by [William Gibson] to refer to a
        computer used by [deck cowboys] that can connect to the
        [matrix].

Cyberdelic - "Cyber-art".  Examples include [fractals],
        computer-generated pictures and/or music, [virtual worlds],
        etc.

Cybernetics - The study of communication systems in living organisms
        and machines, the mathematical analysis of the flow of
        information.

Cyberpunk - Begun as a literary movement in the 80's, an off-shoot of
        normal science fiction.  Unique in that it generally occurs
        in the present or not so distant future, the characters are
        often considered "punks" (social deviants) and technology,
        (the cyber aspect), is prominent.  "Neuromancer" by [William
        Gibson], published in 1984, is considered by most to be the
        "bible" of cyberpunk.  Another prominent author is [Bruce
        Sterling], editor of another worthy cyberpunk collection,
        "Mirrorshades".  Other examples  of cyberpunk include Max
        Headroom (tv show) and Blade Runner (movie).  Cyberpunk is
        special in that it has evolved from a purely literary movement
        to a realistic subculture.  Many "techno-punks" (ie:
        [hackers]) are considered cyberpunks.  Other contributing
        factors to the cyberpunk subculture include:  virtual reality,
        hallucinogenic and [nootropic] drugs, and industrial and punk
        music.  For an in-depth, detailed look at cyberpunk fiction
        and cyberpunk culture, "Storming the Reality Studio", ed. by
        Larry McCaffery is suggested.

Cyberspace - "The electronic frontier." A completely virtual
        environment: the sum total of all [BBSes], computer networks,
        and other [virtual communities].  Unique in that it is
        constantly being changed, exists only virtually, can be
        practically infinite in "size", communication occurs
        instantaneously world-wide - physical location is completely
        irrelevant most of the time.  Some include video and telephone
        transmissions as part of cyberspace.
--------------------------- Skipano do EOFa ;D -------------------------

 Guest Guestovich Mumitrollev
 Mon Feb 07 1994 19:21


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 From : Andrei Lastochkin                   2:5020/157.5    .p 08 . 94 00:28
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 From : Victor Poluektov                    2:5020/114.16   .c 06 . 94 15:05
 To   : Vladimir Ivanov
 Subj : Any new stars?

Hello Vladimir!

29 Jan 94, Vladimir Ivanov writes to All:

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Tamuli I - Domes of Fire -      , ,
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Victor

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 From : Igor Tomp                           2:5030/54.2     .p 09 . 94 21:20
 To   : All
 Subj : Help!!! Information need

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       E.E. 'Doc' Smith "Children of the Lens"
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 From : Dmitry Vatolin                      2:5020/153.11   . 10 . 94 19:35
 To   : Igor Ustinov
 Subj : .

Hello Igor!

23 Dec 93 17:35, Igor Ustinov wrote to Dmitry Vatolin:

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 From : Dmitry Krivoruchko                  2:5020/168.17   . 11 . 94 19:23
 To   : Roman Ermakov
 Subj : CyberPunk

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