Lobster magazine began in 1983. Its initial focus was on what was then called parapolitics - roughly, the impact of the intelligence and security services on history and politics - but since then has widened out to include contemporary history and politics, economics and economic politics, conspiracy theories, and contemporary conspiracist subculture.
The current issue of Lobster is available on-line, free. The previous issues, all the way back to 1983, or articles from them, are available on-line for a small fee (the fees pay the cost of the website) or as a CD-Rom (More information below). Most issues up to number 57 are available in hard copy from the editor.
Paleotronic Magazine takes an enthusiastic look back at the history of electronics, including computers, videogames and media, as well as its use professionally, in business and in industry. Along the way, we trace the roots of the devices and technologies which define our modern world.
Strange books about fortean adventures around the world.
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A site that indexes and archives classic cyberpunk stuff which is otherwise forgotten. Hacker cons, software, shows, and more. Everything gets uploaded to the Internet Archive.
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