|What you leave out is as important as
what you put in --- so in the spirit
of comprehensiveness this space will be reserved for -all- reviews of "Cyberselfish", whether
mean, slurpy, ad-hominem, tepid, or offpoint.
"Letters to the editor" came into Salon.com
with regard to two of my more recent rants: one on How the Net killed San
Francisco and the other on Sex in Silicon Valley.
interesting take on me 'n' TDB in USA
'The grande dame of digital culture', proclaims a profile in
Metro Santa Cruz
gets true religion.
Times Scene Reporter finds the mordant.
and I have a nice
chat on Salon.Com.
Q+A on Borders.com
American does an interview on the Amazon
a zebra in sheep-skin, or a sheep
zebra-skin? Silicon Alley Reporter can't decide ...
magazine: "a bohemian intellectual displaced into... the world of high-tech"
My dinner with
Asher / an interview with Santa Cruz novelist Asher Brauner
as published in American
gunslinger amidst the intellectual property wars, as
described in the Toronto Star.
wires of the Associated Press,
nothing but feelings
Praise from my father's hometown paper, the Toronto
Globe and Mail.
but too Yank, opines The
New Scientist (UK)
Anoraks and coyness in the
Scottish Sunday Herald.
The (London) Independent is
conversant with the passionate and
Lawyer (UK) suggests an entertaining, powerful way to
prose from the Belfast
review (not quite sure what it says, but it looks fun).
surprise, the global reach of the Net extends to east Asia.
leftist-liberal says exactly what she thinks, posits Express
Calgary, CA FFWD records "informed musings".
Designs, A UK design firm, "seeks to set the record
Handelsblad, the Dutch equivalent of the New York Times. We
like the Dutch...
Malaysian portal/dot-com enabler conflates Mountain Dew,
Clearasil, a bit of heat, and a bit of light.
same page as Karenna Gore in a Spanish
compared favorably to neo-con female icons by an Australian
Singaporean portal recommends "for digeratis who still
have a bit of soul, and feel like a good shelling".
nasty"--- Eye, a Toronto weekly.
rambling know-nothing cyberdrool" remonstrates the
weekly Montreal Mirror.
Kind words from an
Australian independent bookstore.
dash in cyberland," an algorithmic review from the
Newsjournal of the Society for Industrial and Applied
All right! Go home
team! A staff pick at City Light
Bookstore in San Francisco.
What appears to be Op-Ed in The
Wendy Grossman has her say in the Times (UK) Higher
An astonishingly generous,
from the New York Times' Michiko Kikutani.
critic's notebook, The
York Times' Michiko Kakutani appreciates the rhetoric.
York Times Circuits section looks for an argument.
be even funnier if it weren't also so scary," asserts
section of the Washington Post yearns to understand.
brief mention in the L.A. Times
Standard is intrigued.
Sardonic!" Those library
professionals at Booklist
are pretty good with adjectives themselves.
know there are some things in this world whose responses you
can count on, and Reason
magazine is one of them.
Interactive Week delights in what it
"a skeptical, high-heeled, strut".
Spectator connects the dots between bloat, the
Unabomber, and word-play.
the book 'abusive' the Cato
Institute puts it in fine company with Larry Lessig,
Garry Wills, and Ellen Willis
Austin Chronicle happily calls TDB
"passionate", "sarcastic", and "cybercynical"
half-right...fantastic read...that cuts through the usual
techie propaganda," sez the Seattle
techie know-it-all" whose tone a business editor at the
Francisco Chronicle just didn't cotton to.
Connecticut Post sees a favorable resemblance to Pauline
Nashville Commercial Appeal "'unfolds a critical
voyage of discovery".
Dallas Morning News
finds humor and grace in poking holes in high-tech culture.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel sees no apology for the Nanny State.
Seattle Times book reviewer has anger issues.
humanist, and tinged with liberalism, sums up Florida
Today/Gannett News Service.
Identified as a contrarian who's not
in the San Jose Mercury News Swing
book of its time", according to the front page of the San
Jose Mercury News weekly book section.
inside the Beltway, analyzes Washington
the better independent bookstores on the planet, Seminary
Co-Op books bestows a characterization of "biting and
words from the East Bay Express, the Berkeley alternative
weekly that was my home-town read for 10 years
from an Manhattan intranet
the Good Book and Ayn Rand in the Ventura County Star.
enough political science, according to a political scientist
reviewing for the Houston
briefest of favorable mentions at The
salon.com, a former
Wired editor sure was peeved.
philosopher Eric Raymond, in Salon, somehow confuses me
with the East Coast media establishment.
Jon Katz weighs in on
An age of
wonders: an even-handed and thoughtful review on slashdot.
Capital proposes both vodka and vermouth.
reference to Bakunin, Netsurfer
Digest describes a flashy good ride.
Netfuture is interested in
Kiowa braves [not].
87 percent, according to Technology
sees something right, something wrong.
Yourdon Report recommends a cool, annoying book...
sheet coming from The
Origin Group, a venture fund: a pretty entertaining rant
containing the sting of truth.
to have technical educators on one's side.
very ironical review from a Libertarian
the libertarians are attacking
both me -and- my great pal Tom Scoville.
thorough going-over from Steve Cisler on nettime