When Pierre, the owner of the address book, learned about this incredible invasion of privacy, he threatened to sue and demanded reciprocal invasion of Sophie Calle's privacy: the publication of a nude photo of the artist herself.
From technologies intended to block pornography sites to legislation putting business interests before citizens’ rights, Rebecca MacKinnon delivers a pointed report on the state of the Internet that should prompt all of us to speak up for the future of the web.
Chock-a-block with nursery rhyme characters gone wrong, some of the most creatively messed up metaphors you’ve ever read, and racy to boot, J. A. Kazimer has created a demented storybook world that will make anyone with a funny bone howl.
Erri De Luca’s writing is a tender poetic narrative, treating things (Naples, the air itself) like characters, and weaving together a story comprised of waves of feeling instead of orderly plot points.