Staff Picks: Best of GettingIt
August 12, 1999
The selling of Billy Blanks

October 12, 1999
MP3 groups trade new music for hacker status

November 2, 1999
Urban explorers go wherever they're not wanted

November 4, 1999
Our mystery date with Mahir

August 24, 1999
Adolescent antics are making a splash in SoCal

Featured Authors
Andrei Codrescu (14 stories)
Robert Anton Wilson (7 stories)
Brett Allan King (8 stories)
Mat Honan (17 stories)
James Kochalka (5 stories)
Annalee Newitz (10 stories)
Jenn Shreve (20 stories)
Ken Layne (6 stories)
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William Gibson is still 15 minutes ahead
If you were on the Net in the 1980s, you were probably a William Gibson fan. His Neuromancer trilogy defined the culture of cyberspace and made technology hip. It also unintentionally spawned legions of bad B-movies that can be seen during the day on the Science Fiction Network featuring handsome leatherclad computer hackers jacking into hallucinatory computer spaces with their sunglasses on.
From the attic of Allen Ginsberg
October 4, 1999
Untouchables and incurables, but perfectly wearable
October 20, 1999
A boy and his software
December 30, 1999
Kama Sutra techniques
September 24, 1999
Bob Zmuda on Andy Kaufman's legacy
October 28, 1999
Robotic pets for the rest of us
October 22, 1999