Cyberia by Douglas Rushkoff
Life in the Trenches of Hyperspace

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In a vivid journalistic portrait of the underground trendsetters of the 1990s, Rushkoff ventures headlong into cyberspace--the weird and unmapped terrain of hackers, smart drugs, virtual reality, cyberliterature, and technoshamans.
 

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Douglas Rushkoff is the author of 10 bestselling books on media and culture, including "Cyberia", "Media Virus!", "Playing the Future", "Coercion: Why We Listen to What "They" Say", and the novels "Ecstasy Club" and "Exit Strategy".
 
Published January 1, 1994 by FLAMINGO. 320 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Computers & Technology, Science & Math, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Rushkoff, a New York-based journalist, goes west to Berkeley for a look inside Cyberia--the emerging countercultural terrain of computer hackers, ``smart'' drugs, house music, and a range of alternate ``cyberpunk'' lifestyles and anarchic philosophies.

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This heady report takes readers on a dizzying and dangerous guided tour through ``cyberspace,'' an unfolding terrain of digital information that, according to Rushkoff, is being tapped by a ``cyberian

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This heady report takes readers on a dizzying and dangerous guided tour through ``cyberspace,'' an unfolding terrain of digital information that, according to Rushkoff, is being tapped by a ``cyberian counterculture'' bent on redefining reality.

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