The task of thinking is based upon selection and weeding out; remembering everything is weirdly similar to forgetting everything. Most things that people do shouldn't be remembered. Maybe forgetting is good.
Remembering JohnnyAuthor William Gibson wrote the unforgettable short story Johnny Mnemonic. Robert Longo dreamed of filming it. But they couldn't raise the $1.5-million they needed. So they turned it into a $30-million film. By Rogier van Bakel
Notes on a ProcessWilliam Gibson takes us to the place Johnny Mnemonic really came from.
Whuppa-whuppa whuppa Eeeeeeeeeee! Krrrroooom!In seven years, Acclaim's sales have gone from zero to $481 million. So why has it lost the licence to produce the next instalment of its most successful franchise, Mortal Combat? Charles Platt investigates whether Acclaim will make it to the next level
Singular Visionary?Sci-fi master/maths nerd Vernor Vinge believes that machiens are about to rule the human race as humans have ruled the animal kingdom. By Kevin Kelly
Digital GraffitiEuropean teenage programmers don't write games any more - they write demos. Demos are more than just software, they're the rock-and-roll of code. By Dave Green
The Worst ID They Ever HadBy Simon Davies
Forza Digitale!By Matthew Fuller
Death and the MaidenBy Robin Hunt
Fleecing the Friendly SkiesBy Tom Andrews
Dual Use DelusionBy Steve G Steinberg
Beyond the FaceBy Mark Fisher
Join the Net PatrolBy Bill Thompson
Peter CochraneA Better Class of Communication