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Desc:Featuring BoingBoing's Mark Frauenfelder in an appearance he should be deeply ashamed of.
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:cyberpunk, Billy Idol, hacking the cyber net meatspace black ice, sex bicycle
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TeflonDoc - 2008-09-16
He had Mark Frauenfelder set him up with email.
Merzbau - 2008-09-16
the E stands for Electronic

Mad Struggle - 2008-09-16
Typing skills.
Merzbau - 2008-09-17
rock and roll singer songwriter billy idol merely pauses to give each keystroke the momentous attention it deserves to fully convey the power of his rocking

joffe b - 2008-09-16
I flamed me own dad
NoCode - 2008-09-16
You stole my comment.

CaptainJesusHood - 2008-09-16
Hey, I like 'Shock to the System'. Does that make me cyberpunk?
kingarthur - 2008-09-16
I don't care what anyone thinks. I would take a bullet for this album. High concept stuff aside, it's a really great record. Fuck, I like the high concept stuff as well. It was 1993.

Also, the cover of The Velvet Underground's "Heroin" off this album is one of the best things ever.

kiint - 2008-09-17
you would take a bullet for an album?

Stopheles - 2008-09-17
To be fair, it's good that he would, as it's an album at which I would fire a bullet.

KnowFuture - 2008-09-17
I did not receive the future bOING-bOING and Mondo 2000 promised me.

fluffy - 2008-09-17
Knowing bOING bOING, Frauenfelder actually probably considers this his apex.
chumbucket - 2008-09-17
his mad typing skylz at 0:47 and 1:00
Syd Midnight - 2008-09-17
How sad must it be for him that Neil Young did the whole "cyber cowboy digi rock" thing a decade before him and better?

There's something adorable about early 90s wildly optomistic "cyber aware" culture. Its just so LOL n00b.
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