The week of March 22, 2015
The author of the world’s most dangerous book wants it destroyed forever.
“A glitch, even when it is intentionally provoked, always maintains a level of chance, at least from a human point of view, because of the computer’s seemingly random and chaotic way of breaking down.”
From the industrial revolution to John Glenn and the early Internet, this is the history of the glitch as art.
Behind the Markovian Parallax Denigrate lies a curious saga that involves conspiracy theories, mistaken identity, Usenet, and spam.
I met the woman of my dreams. And it was all thanks to an algorithm.
For 15 years, Geocities was the world’s one and only Internet city. Then it disappeared.
Doctors on Usenet helped cure Zhu Ling. Can the modern Internet bring her justice?
Three decades later, can this early home computer still hold up?
Who’s really responsible for one of the most popular memes on the Internet?
Digging back into ‘The Internet Underground’ with editor Rob Bernstein.