Cyberia is a book by Douglas Rushkoff, published in 1994. The book discusses many different ideas revolving around technology, drugs and subcultures. Rushkoff takes a Tom Wolfe Electric Kool Aid Acid Test style (or roman à clef), as he actively becomes a part of the people and culture that he is writing about. The books goes with Rushkoff as he discusses topics ranging from online culture, the concept of a global brain as put forth in Gaia theory, and Neoshamanism.
Few of the people mentioned, included: Craig Neidorf, Ralph Abraham, John Barlow, Dan Kottke, David Gans, Jaron Lanier, Bruce Eisner, Fraser Clark, Mitch Kapor, Phiber Optik, Howard Rheingold, R.U. Sirius, Terence McKenna, John Draper, Neysa "Earth Girl" Griffith and Timothy Leary
- The full text of Cyberia is freely available on Rushkoff's website.
- A downloadable pdf-version is also available from The Cyberpunk Project's library.
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