why we still need cyberpunk

William Gibson penned Neuromancer over thirty years ago, and the 1990’s ended viciously on 9/11. With the exception of cyberfeminism, I wrote off “cyberpunk” as an ethic once we as a society stopped saying “cyber” and replaced the word with “online”. Yesterday I traced partial assets of an individual I distrusted—and needed the straight dope […]

the real reason I live in an RV

Not paranoid, just a student of history. Even CNN and President Obama are concerned about the development of authoritarianism in this country [1]. That is saying something. I don’t just live in an RV to save money or live portably. (Both good things in my ethos). I live in an RV primarily so I can […]

frugal anarchy

Of all the systems that we seek freedom within and from, none pervades our lives as much as the “econosphere” we inhabit. By “econosphere”, I mean the global network of economic activity whose nodes are individuals and whose edges are trade relationships between individuals. Even if we had no government, we’d still likely be trading […]