Vol. IV, No. 4 April 1998

Words Words Words

by Jonathan Wallace

Why I Write

Why I May Not Write Another Book

Fractured Fairy Tales: Hypertext as an architecture for fiction

Language is a Spandrel of the Mind

Richard Thieme's Islands in the Clickstream: Not a Book

Censorware is Coming

The following essays by members of The Censorware Project were submitted to the United States Senate as testimony against the McCain bill requiring installation of censorware in government-funded schools and libraries.

Comstock in the '90, or the Index of Prohibited Web Books, by Seth Finkelstein

Why Filters Can't Work, by Michael Sims

What Censorware Means to Me, by Jonathan Wallace

The Usual Suspects

Daryl Lease on Personal Coaches

Lily James Feels Sorry for Bill Gates

Wayne Grytting's American Newspeak

Auren Hoffman Says Increase Immigration for Skilled Workers

Report on Internal Divisions at the NRA

Letters to the Ethical Spectacle

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

"Required reading for anyone interested in free speech in modern society."
New York Times Book Review

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Mumia Abu-Jamal, On Death Row After an Unfair Trial

Permanent Exhibits:

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

Write for the Spectacle! Articles on any ethical, political or legal topic will be considered, whether or not I agree with the opinions expressed.

Future issues under consideration: biology and technology; guns; does altruism exist?; history

"Noticing that no-one held the values I defended, I decided to make a spectacle of myself."--Richard Foreman

Copyright Jonathan Wallace 1998 except as otherwise indicated

Artist: Laurie Caro; all art copyright Laurie Caro 1998 except as otherwise indicated

Email: jw@bway.net