Re/Search’s V. Vale Seeks Next Burroughs, Ballard, Lamantia… Ken Goldberg Interviews William Gibson

By R.U. Sirius, V. Vale, posted on August 30, 2012


  V. Vale, the great publisher of Re/Search, has sent out a very thoughtful essay wondering who is predicting the future as well as William S. Burroughs and J.G. Ballard did (particularly Ballard, I think) and calling everyone’s attention to an upcoming appearance by William Gibson in San Francisco. EDITORIAL FROM V. VALE: “Mirror Mirror On […]

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Get Smart! Timothy Leary Rant For High Frontiers, 1987 (MONDO 2000 History Project Entry #26)

By R.U. Sirius, Timothy Leary, posted on August 28, 2012

Timothy Leary ranted to Lord Nose and myself for High Frontiers at his Hollywood home in 1987.  In “honor” of the Republican Convention in Tampa Florida, I now present the part where he goes off on Ronald Reagan and the War On Drugs, which the Reagan’s really started (you could say they escalated it, since […]

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Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis: The Quantified Life Is Not Worth Living

By R.U. Sirius, posted on August 26, 2012

Eric Packer (played by Robert Pattison) — reigning master of the universe of unencumbered digital financial trading — spends most of his disastrous day in the back of a limo determined to make it across New York City in the midst of traffic chaos caused by a presidential motorcade, to get a haircut, but not, […]

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The Interiorization Of The Body. The Exteriorization Of The Mind (MONDO 2000 History Project Entry #26)

By R.U. Sirius, posted on August 24, 2012

  A small excerpt from an interview with Terence McKenna from the 1st issue of High Frontiers, the magazine that would eventually become MONDO 2000. hf) …I saw a quote which I had copied down from you, which said that “the future is leading toward the interiorization of the body and the exteriorization to the […]

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Armor Cloth: “Utility Fog” Without The Need For Nano

By Valkyrie Ice, posted on August 21, 2012

About twenty years ago, way back when I was taking my courses in electronic repair, I got interested in MEMs, Micro Electro-Mechanical devices. They were at a very early stage then, barely even out of the lab, but the potential was so enormous that I spent considerable time thinking about ways that they could be […]

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Dora: A Headcase (A Review)

By Clayton Bigsby, posted on August 19, 2012

Do you almost cum from taking a piss?  Is “retard” the most used word in your vocabulary, second only to “tard,” “fucktard,” and “vag”? Do you have a passion for the drug name “Aciphex”?  Do you purple-sharpie your walls with letters to Francis Bacon when you’re not revering emissaries of woefully worn pop culture and […]

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Segment From 1st Pre-MONDO 2000 High Frontiers Editiorial (MONDO 2000 History Project Entry #25)

By R.U. Sirius, posted on August 17, 2012

It’s naive.  It’s overoptimistic.  It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s the first segment of the first High Frontiers editorial!  High Frontiers, if you haven’t been paying attention to earlier posts here, was the grandfather of Mondo 2000, which was only slightly less naive and overoptimistic, before becoming mostly skeptical and not a little bit paranoid. […]

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Extreme Futurist Fest: An Interview With Rachel Haywire

By Rikki Audax, posted on August 14, 2012

Rachel Haywire is organizing the second Extreme Futurist Fest, scheduled to take place on the legendary date 12/21/2012.  In Rachel’s own words, “Extreme Futurist Fest is a 2 day arts and technology festival focusing on radical voices of the new evolution. Last year we had a great event and we were called ‘a TED conference […]

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H+ The Digital Series — A Review

By Peter Rothman, posted on August 13, 2012

The first six episodes of the much anticipated transhumanist apocalyptic micro-drama H+ The Digital Series are now out. This is a brief review and set of initial impressions. Warning: It includes spoilers for all six episodes out so far. H+ The Digital Series is directed by Bryan Singer (X-men) and distributed online by Warner Brothers […]

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Acceler8or Editor Turns 60! In Shocking Development, Everybody In The World Sends Him A Dime

By R.U. Sirius, posted on August 10, 2012

Half a lifetime ago, I flew from JFK to the Oakland airport with the intention of starting the “Neopsychedelic Wave” — by starting a magazine, a rock band and a political organization of some undetermined nature.  Now that the world is a gassy utopia full of happy starchildren sucking peace -and-love lollipops on space colonies […]

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