slightly different frequency

software is not neutral. Different software embeds different philosophies, and these philosophies, as they become ubiquitous, become invisible….Is it really fulfilling our needs? Or are we reducing the needs we feel in order to convince ourselves that the software isn’t limited?///Zadie Smith

“In den späten Neunzigern, der letzten Epoche mit blühender Science-Fiction-Fantasie, waren die Visionen wenigstens noch visionär. Heute leben wir alle längst wie Cyberpunks.”//DieWelt::::::Über Morgen

Cyberpunk Revival Project

“Cyberpunk left an undeniable impression on the face of science fiction in the 20th Century. As technological marvels surged into existence, the movement and its myriad creative pillars opined on what it may have meant for the future of humanity. Through the inorganic, they shined a brilliant existential light on the entirely organic.”///20 Essential Works of Cyberpunk Literature

“Reading these stories consistently and reliably generated in me a precise somatic sensation. It felt like this: like someone had clamped strong hands on my shoulders, forcefully pivoted me forty-five degrees to the left, then planted a solid kick in my ass. My heart would start to hammer. I’d have to get up, go out and do something, anything, just to burn off energy and ease my way down from maximum jouissance.”//Speedbird

New Science Fiction Cyberpunk novel: The Alpha Centauri Project


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