Vol. IV, No. 3 March 1998

Your utopia is at hand now, a world where everyone is free to be as nasty and vulgar as they wish without reprisal. The world of the Law of God is one of moral order---not total freedom. But it's citizens, on the day that this world comes, will know of a peace and safety that we do not see at this time due to the destruction of the moral fabric of our country by people like yourself.

Edward A. Hara leprechaunhill@mindspring.com

Gee, sorry. The right answer was: humility, tolerance, and optimism! But thanks for playing.--Jonathan Wallace

The Ethical Spectacle Joins ACLU Censorware Suit

James Joyce's High Grade Ha

by Jonathan Wallace

A Jew Reads Joyce

Five Thoughts About Ulysses

Returns From the Dead

Dirty Gerty: Joyce, Censorship and the Internet

Snipe's Portfolio: A Portrait of James Joyce

This picture so irritated Bill Gates that his lawyers threatened a small t-shirt manufacturer.

The irrepressible Internet

Permanent Thrash: A Closing Speech at CFP, by Bruce Sterling

CyberPatrol and Deja News, by the Censorware Project

No Gatekeepers, by Jonathan Wallace

Once There Were Giants: Lewis Koch on Matt Drudge

The Usual Suspects

The Under-25 Curse: Car rental age discrimination, by Auren Hoffman

Bob Wilson says Bill Clinton Should Stay!

Texas Killed Karla Fay, by Jonathan Wallace

Ban His Shotgun: John O'Driscoll Replies to Jim Ray

India Is Having an Election, by Lily James

Wayne Grytting's American Newspeak

Richard Thieme's Islands in the Clickstream: Life in the Nudist Colony

If you're looking for the letters column, please come back in a few days!

The Censorware Project

Blacklisted by CyberPatrol: From Ada to Yoyo; CyberPatrol and Deja News; Why Libraries Shouldn't Buy Censorware; The Censorware Page

Net Freedoms


by Jonathan Wallace and Mark Mangan

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An Auschwitz Alphabet; Kazoo Concerto and Brooklyn Of Dreams (hyperfiction); A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King; The Free Speech Museum; Snipe's Portfolio

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