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the culture that emerges from the use of computers for communication and entertainment and business

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It is the holding company for Asia On-Line Limited, Hong Kong's leading value-added on-line services company, and for pioneering cyberculture publisher AsiaTech Publications Limited.
After an introduction reviewing science fiction as a literary genre, discussion touches on areas such as the interplay of Star Trek and modern computing, the 'electronic brain' and cybernetic imagination in Brazilian cinema, science fiction and cyberculture, nanocritters and other tiny things in science fiction, and the production history of The Lawnmower Man.
Cyberculture, cultural asset management, and ethnohistory.
Studies, or chapters from it, would be most appropriate for undergraduates in introductory courses in new media or cyberculture.
The event brings these speakers together with many of today's most important thinkers including Cyberculture pioneer RU Sirius, comic book legend Grant Morrison, elder statesman of conspiriology Robert Anton Wilson, future culture "queen" of all media Genesis P-Orridge, visionary artist Paul Laffoley, outsider artist Joe Coleman, new media visionary Douglas Rushkoff, and Feral House publisher Adam Parfrey.
Orality-literacy perspectives also inform the anthology The Emerging Cyberculture (Gibson & Oviedo, 2000).
Computer Literacy provides a wealth of information to technical professionals, with thousands of book titles and computer-based training software on topics including programming, enterprise computing, databases, networking, cyberculture, and operating systems.
Emerging practices in cyberculture and social networking.
By scoping out Cyberculture, surfers can join a chat or visit an
Internet pioneers, politicians, journalists, scientists, and entertainers weigh in on e-commerce, social networking, cyberculture, cyberlaw, and information overload.
Through series of interconnected readings, visuals and writing exercises students examine their own views on definition of cultural identity, the construction of gender and nature of education, perceptions of the use of work and our connection to nature, the role of cyberculture, and the impact of the arts on world views.
Rather than an introduction to cyberculture, as the title implies, it is more aptly titled an introduction to the cultural theories about cybercultures.
Cyberculture itself needs greater diversity, one that encompasses not only the range of voices now present in technological expertise and celebrity but also another set of voices that offers moral concerns and an counterweight to the instrumental rationality of the ICTs (ch.
The second edition has new statistics and examples, in addition to a new author who brings topics of cyberculture, globalization, and alternatives to the forefront.