Cyberculture and the future based on From Counterculture to Cyberculture (Fred Turner)

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1. mobile, flexible, masculine

2. Material world as info system

3. Richard Stallman

3.1. GNU - Free Software Foundation

4. Tim Berners-Lee

4.1. WWW - HTTP

4.1.1. W3C

5. Whole Earth Network

5.1. small scale tech

5.2. individual consciousness

5.3. enterpreneurial work

5.4. heterarchical social organization

5.5. disembodied community is achievable

6. where we come from

6.1. Norbert Wiener

6.1.1. cybernetics

6.2. Vannevar Bush

6.2.1. As we may think

6.3. Douglas Engelbart

6.3.1. mother of all demos

6.3.1.1. augmentation research center

6.3.1.1.1. funded by ARPA

6.3.2. experiments with LSD, visiting communes

6.4. Joseph C.R. Licklider

6.4.1. man-computer symbiosis

6.5. Paul Ehrlich

6.6. Marshall McLuhan

6.6.1. ecology, evolutionary biology

6.6.2. The Gutenberg Galaxy

6.6.2.1. global village

6.6.2.2. extension of central nervous system

6.6.3. Understanding Media

6.7. Buckminster Fuller

6.7.1. Ideas and Integreties

6.7.1.1. Comprehensive Designer

6.7.2. design, architecture, speeches

6.7.2.1. Spaceship Earth, geodesic domes

6.8. John Perry Barlow

6.8.1. declaration of the indpendence of cyberspace

6.9. Kevin Kelly

6.9.1. Stewart Brand

6.9.1.1. Esther Dyson

6.9.1.1.1. Release 2.0

6.9.2. New Rules for the New Economy

6.10. George Bateson

6.10.1. Trips Festival

6.10.2. Space colonies

6.11. People's

6.12. Linus Torvalds

6.12.1. Linux

6.12.2. Homebrew computer club

6.13. Forrester

7. critique/authors

7.1. Jacques Ellul

7.1.1. The technological society

7.2. John Kenneth Galbraith

7.2.1. The new industrial state

7.3. Herbert Marcuse

7.3.1. One-dimensional man

7.4. Lewis Mumford

7.4.1. The myth of the machine

7.5. Theodore Roszak

7.5.1. The making of a counterculture

7.6. Charles Reich

7.6.1. The Greening of America

7.7. John Markoff

7.7.1. What the Dormouse Said

7.8. George Dyson

7.8.1. Turing's Cathedral

8. critique/movements

8.1. New Left

8.1.1. reaction against cold war, nuclear threat

8.1.2. Civil Rights movement

8.2. New Communalists

8.2.1. Beat poetry and fiction

8.2.2. Zen Buddhism

8.2.3. Action Painting

8.2.4. Psychedelic drugs

8.2.5. Sexuality

8.2.5.1. but: reproduction of traditional gender relations in a New Frontier phantasy

8.2.6. Music

8.2.7. Technology

8.2.7.1. tools for liberation

8.2.7.2. but: primarily white

9. Hardware evolution

9.1. small computers

9.2. micro-processors

9.3. keyboard-based interfaces

9.4. individual usability

9.5. interactivity

10. Project Ideas

10.1. timeline, using videos

10.2. screencast of installation in second life

10.3. blogsposts

10.4. diigo social bookmarks

10.5. group discussions in chat, forum, in second life

10.6. newspaper article

10.7. question: would a machinima video be feasible?

11. near future literature

11.1. bruce sterling

11.1.1. dark euphoria

11.1.2. gothic high tech

11.1.3. spimes

11.2. vernor vinge

11.2.1. rainbows end

11.3. charles stross

11.3.1. halting state

11.4. gary shyteyngart

11.4.1. super sad true love story

11.5. cory doctorow

11.5.1. for the win

11.5.1.1. Walkaway

11.6. ian mcdonald

11.6.1. dervish house

11.7. Daniel Suarez

11.7.1. Change Agent

11.7.1.1. next revolution is about synthetic biology

12. Classical Movies and TV

12.1. blade runner

12.2. matrix

12.3. Tron

12.4. Hackers

12.5. War Games

12.6. Star Trek

12.7. Sense8

12.8. Mr Robot

13. Games, virtual environments Steam, Playstation, XBox

13.1. second life

13.1.1. insilico

13.1.2. hangars liquides

13.1.3. steampunk, new babbage

13.1.4. my project lab

13.2. final fantasy VII

13.3. Eve Online

13.4. Seed

14. Where to go

14.1. Is everything becoming cyber?

14.2. Singularity

14.3. augmented reality

14.4. mobile

14.5. social

14.6. data explosion

14.7. the apocalyptic version

14.7.1. the end of privacy

14.7.1.1. Edward Snowden

14.7.1.1.1. UK

14.7.1.1.2. China, VS

14.7.2. The future doesn't need us

14.7.3. drones, extrajudical killings

14.7.3.1. autonomuóus executions by drones

14.8. cognitive computing

14.9. extended mind

14.10. synthetic biology, genetics

14.11. cryptocurrencies, blockchain

15. distributed vs. centralized

15.1. blockchain

15.1.1. cryptocurrencies

15.1.2. self-sovereign identities

15.1.3. cryptoanarchism

15.1.3.1. bitnation

16. Homesteading

17. Libertarianism