[NetBehaviour] Public Dialog from the Cybermind Conference, 1996

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Wed Jan 15 22:24:07 CET 2014

Will have to look at that! Yes, their own genre - as did IRC at the time, 
and newsgroups, which often had their own ecologies - for example that of 
Doctress Neutopia. This is a pretty much undocumented history/artworld/s 
of the Net, and for me at least, has a lot to do with the background to 
artists such as myself, possibly mez, and even the plays/events that go on 
in virtual worlds.

Thanks!, Alan

On Wed, 15 Jan 2014, Rob Myers wrote:

> On 14/01/14 09:26 AM, Alan Sondheim wrote:
>> Public Dialog from the Cybermind Conference, 1996
>> Please go to http://www.alansondheim.org/cyberconf.txt
>> This is early on, and deals with text-based vituality,
>> cyber-sex, community, and other related issues.
>> Thought it would be of interest again, even with all
>> its faults. The conference was held in Perth. We used
>> a MOO, newsgroup, CuSee-Me, and other online means to
>> communicate to the world at large.
> It's wonderful, and it's amazing to see again how MOO conversations have
> their own style (...are their own genre?).
> That reminds me, the MOO play "If You Can Get To Buffalo" is having a
> run off-broadway:
> http://www.broadwayworld.com/off-broadway/article/IF-YOU-CAN-GET-TO-BUFFALO-to-Play-Off-Broadway-Begin-213-20131217
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