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Brainless Text Culture and Mickey Mouse Science Review of Stefan Weber, Das Google-Copy-Paste-Syndrome: Wie Netzplagiate Ausbildung und Wissen gefährden. Heise Verlag, Hannover: 2009. Dennis Deicke

To Place Oneself Within a 'We' Jason Adams

Review of John Moore and Spencer Sunshine, ed. I Am Not a Man, I am Dynamite: Friedrich Nietzsche and the Anarchist Tradition. Brooklyn: Autonomedia 2004. 147 pages. ISBN 1-57027-121-6 (pbk.) From Theory & Event Volume 11, Issue 4, 2008

FARE STRIKE! San Francisco 2005: First-Hand Accounts Reviewed by Kevin Keating

A critical examination of the leftist recuperator's version of events...one of a number of revolutionary extremist docs from Kevin Keating's 'Love and Treason' web page.

Essential Science Fiction and Fantasy for Libertarians Dan Clore, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/smygo

Many works of science fiction and fantasy portray libertarian societies or otherwise bear relevance to libertarianism; this list names some that I consider the most essential reading for anarchists, anti-authoritarians, libertarians, and whatnot.

Selections include these two Autonomedia titles:

Abstract Hacktivism: The Making of a Hacker Culture Reviewed by Rob Myers, furtherfield

A book collecting two essays by Otto von Busch and Karl Palmas transforms the concept of "hacktivism" with well-argued historical analysis and a number of informative case studies.

Realizing the Impossible: Art Against Authority Josh MacPhee and Erik Reuland, eds. Reviewed by Alan W. Moore

319 pp.; AK Press, Oakland and Edinburgh, 2007

Allan Antliff, Anarchy and Art: From the Paris Commune to the Fall of the Berlin Wall 213 pp.; Arsenal Pulp Press, Vancouver, 2007

Reviewed by Alan W. Moore

On Mike Davis' "Planet of Slums" Richard Pithouse

Nonfiction: Youthful Anarchy by Jim Feast, The Brooklyn Rail http://www.brooklynrail.org/2008/04/books/nonfiction-youthful-anarchy

Reviewing Richard Kempton, Provo: Amsterdam’s Anarchist Revolt (Autonomedia, 2007)

Capitalism: The Violence of Capital Michael Hardt, New Left Review

Michael Hardt on Naomi Klein, The Shock Doctrine. Neoliberal transformations, from Chile to occupied Iraq, as instances of a ‘disaster capitalism’ enabled by socio-economic and ecological trauma.


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