Contributor to Worldchanging, A Guide to the 21st Century
Interviewed in Blog!: How the Newest Media Revolution is Changing Politics, Business, and Culture by David Kline, Dan Burstein, Arne J. De Keijzer (Editor), Paul Berger (Editor)
Extreme Democracy, co-edited with Mitch Ratcliffe
Edited the Consciousness subdomain in The Millennium Whole Earth Catalog
Featured in GenX Reader, edited by Douglas Rushkoff
Featured in CyberRevolution, edited by Yoshihiro Kaneda, Japan
Keeping It Together: You mean open source hasn’t saved the world yet?, in the Austin Chronicle, March 1, 2007.
The Future of Affinity, based on a presentation to the Central Texas World Future Society.
2001 Blues in Rewired
ZapSpace, published as A Fistful of DOS in the Australian magazine 21C
Worldchanging Columns and Posts
The Serious Play in Saving the World, in the Austin Chronicle, April 2008.
In Your Facebook in the Austin Chronicle, February 2008.
The Future of Affinity: Living Networks with Social Software, Presented to the CenTex Chapter of the World Future Society, November 18, 2004.
We Blog! Edited version originally appeared in the February 28, 2003 issue of Austin Chronicle as A Corner in Cyberspace Turned Blog Party.
Being Green in 2001, Whole Earth, summer 2001 (edited by Bruce Sterling)
Technopolitics, a 1997 essay on cyberactivism originally appearing in the Australian magazine 21C.
Your 15 Minutes Are Up, Mr. Gates!: 1998 Top Nine List from the Austin Chronicle!
The Opera Ain’t Over ’til the Cyber Lady Sings: Honoria in Ciberspazio (Austin Chronicle, November 1997)
Shout Spamalam! The Austin Spam Suit
11.25.96 Freewheelin’ in Austin
1.7.97 Cyberdawgs and CyberRights: EFF-Austin
2.25.97 VR in 3Space: Brian Park
1.28.97 Going Native in Cyberspace: Bob Anderson
3.25.97 A Parisian Spring in Austin: Joseph Rowe and Catherine Braslavsky
4.22.97 On a Rock and Roll Firetruck: Shawn Phillips
Monsters from the Id: read the article and check out the Amazon list
Clay Shirky, interviewed for Worldchanging
B.J. Stanbery of Heliovolt, interviewed for Worldchanging
David Isenberg on Freedom to Connect, interviewed for Worldchanging
Conversation with David Weinberger at the WELL’s Inkwell forum, discussing his book Everything Is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder
Bruce Sterling and “Joe Lebkowsky” at SXSW Interactive.
Video interview conducted by Steve O’Keefe at his Authorviews site, discussing the book Extreme Democracy. “The video is long enough for a brief reflection on how the Howard Dean campaign used the net — that’s the origin of this book. The destination? The Internet has become the volunteer coordinater and cash machine fueling modern political campaigns.”
Annual interview with Bruce Sterling, 2005
Interview with Ken Goffman (R.U. Sirius), author of Counterculture through the Ages.
Interview with Christian Crumlish, author of The Power of Many
Interview with Dr. James White, University of Colorado, on global climate change. This interview was part of the research for “Being Green in 2001,” published in Whole Earth Review
January 2004 discussion with Bruce Sterling on The WELL
Interview with David Weinberger for SXSW Interactive Conference’s Tech Report
Discussion with Bruce Sterling at The WELL, January 3 – 17, 2003.
Jon L. interviewed by Adam Powell (5/13/2002)
jonl interviewed by R. U. Sirius (A version of this interview appeared in The Austin Chronicle)
Interview conducted by Yoshihiro Kaneda in conjunction with the publication in Japan, in the
book CyberRevolution, the essay “Inforeal.”
Interview with Allucquere Rosanne Stone.
No Stone Untenured: May ’98 Interview with Sandy Stone
Don’t Believe the Hype (Austin Digerati Roundtable published January 28)
Why We Listen to What They Say: Interview with Doug Rushkoff
Information Junkie, an interview with Reva Basch (Researching Online for Dummies)
Wired to Virtual Reality: Interview with Howard Rheingold
Interview with Carla Sinclair, author of Signal to Noise
Making Movies on Cyber Location: an interview with director Doug Block (Austin Chronicle, February 1998)
Untangling the Web: interview with Gene Crick of MAIN and Sue Beckwith of Austin Freenet
Cyber Top Ten for 1997 (Austin Chronicle, December 1997)