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Philip K. Dick’s A SCANNER DARKLY (1977)

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From Shelley and Verne to Octavia E. Butler and Alan Moore…

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21 great adventure novels of the Seventies!

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Apophenic thrillers from Kafka to Graham Greene to Matthew De Abaitua.

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Paranoid thrillers from Kafka to Graham Greene to William Gibson.

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21 great adventure novels of the Sixties!

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21 great adventure novels of the Fifties!

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Black mirrors and jellyfish screens

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What rough beast emerges from our virtual ids?

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Boldly going: the Final Frontier for Reality TV

“useful job for bringing something new to the internet!”

A scene from BLADE RUNNER (1982)

HiLo Gift Ideas 2011 (#5)

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Jan Lemitz and the poetics of overlooked space.

Fay Hume’s house — the original Bio­sphere?

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What’s the buzz? A rock opera Burning Man!

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“Love, making exceptions, humor, deter­mination” are vital.

Richard Linklater adapts Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly.

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Architecture in the Age of Conceptual Reproduction

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Skepticism, cynicism, irony, and contempt vs. the BIP

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Is the thought of a noncapitalist utopia even possible after Stalinism?

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A Vogue blur.

If androids do not yet dream, they certainly speak.

He was a martyr in the cause of absurdism and ’pataphysics.