Commentary on Rudy Rucker's -Ware Trilogy
Members of English 111, Cyberspace, VR, and Critical Theory, Brown University, Spring 1998
- Zachariah Boyle, Closer to Nature than You Think
- Jesse Chan-Norris, Who has been wearing my pants?
- Joshua Conterio, SIMSEX, or REAL COMPARED TO WHAT?
- Sharif Corinaldi, Rucker, Immortality, and Shallowness
- Sharif Corinaldi, Rucker, Gibson, and AI
- Steve Cook, Same As It Ever Was: The Familiar Future of
- John Crews, My thoughts on Rucker -- Or
a Call to revolutionize Cyberjunk
- Keith Feldman, Saturday Morning Literature; or, How Papa Smurf and Sta-Hi Have Become Roommates [removed at author's request]
- Jacob George, Immortality--Where Do I Sign?
- Jacob George, Wetware: Fiction or Future?
- Brian D. Hardy, Neurotransmitter Highs
- Wayne Huang, Original Copies
- Matthew Hutson, Fellow Intellectuanauts, Let's Change Gears; or the Ware Trilogy as Comic Spoof
- Ian Jones, Biology, Computers, and You
- Laura Lee, Evolution and Escapism
- Kelly Maudslien, Situated Emotions
- Caleb Neelon, Speculative Humor and its Purpose
- Dan Parke, High Concept/Low Content Cyberpunk
- William Peña, Point Blank Vs. Cobb Andersen II
- Michael Pellauer, Wendy: More Than Just Food For Thought
- Matt Pillsbury, That Miraculous Josephson Junction
- Elizabeth Rodwell, Jesus, Rucker, and You
- Dan Rosen, What's In Rucker's Pants? A Response in Verse
- Vivian Rosenthal, Escaping Ideology?
- Glen Sanford, Evolution = Capitalism?
- Lora Schwartz, Rucker's Biotech: Small and Large
- Dan Stein, Cobb's Metamorphosis
- Izel Sulam, What's the Connection? v2.0 -- Random Thoughts on Rucker and on the Course as a Whole
- Francesca Wodtke, Getting away from it all at the Disky Hilton: Panopticon in Practice
- Ruiyan Xu, The Shallowness of Memories
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