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The state of cyberpunk this Friday brings us an undeniable link between private intelligence and government policing, a respectful view of one of cinema’s greatest feats, and the return of an Anonymous face. Let’s see just how bad things got this Last Week in Cyberpunk. Cyberpunk Reality Millions Flee Chinese Cities to Escape Pollution China’s […]

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Happy National Cyber Security Awareness Month! I’m late, I know, but I didn’t know this was a thing. Apparently it has been a thing for every October since 2004. But it shouldn’t take an initiative from the Nation Cyber Security Division of the Department of Homeland Security to remind us that our internet-ready devices are […]

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Sean Nolan is the author of a short story collection called Shades of Grey. It was released in 2011 as Occupy Wall Street was rising to its heights. Shades of Grey’s themes were inspired by the anxieties that led to Anonymous and Occupy Wall Street taken into a cyberpunk future. Nolan has also been published […]

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   Mind as Computer: Subjective Realities and the Programmable Mind Intro: The most common portrayals of computer hacking and engineering seek to remove human elements in favor of visuals, leaving these depictions to be ridiculed by the experts they’re portraying. Sam Esmail has addressed this inauthenticity, to the surprise of many, in his post-cyberpunk drama, […]

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Did you hear? Cyberpunk has come into its own. I know, you’re excited. Right? Reading this on this site tells me you have some interest in cyberpunk, at least enough to want to consume even more media to just keep the concept even more fresh in your mind than it already was. That’s the benefit […]

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