This is a really funny comic if you've never met Brian Eno. You would
think from his ambient music that he's a weird, otherworldly New
In person he's urbane, fully-briefed and tightly focussed. Check the pic on
this page that says "2001, wearing glasses." That's Professor Eno. If I
had my way, he'd be Minister of Culture for the United States of
One of the best artists' diaries ever.
Oh man, you know you're in for some heavy action when Salman Rushdie says
it's been "quite a week in the wonderful world of Islam."
In the spirit of free speech and free enterprise, a start-up
Indian website named "Tehelka" videotaped a whole bunch of Indian
politicians cheerfully taking bribes. Then they outed them on the
Internet to the whole wide world. Sunlight is the best disinfectant,
It took the Establishment a while, but they've crushed Tehelka.
Tired of being spied on by concealed videocams? Why not wear one
I'm a big Albert Robida fan. For me he ranks with Jules Verne. Awesome
steampunk Walkmans here.
Kinda cheery to realize that the imminent death of books at the hands of
multimedia was extensively predicted in 1895.
Bruce Sterling writes books like Darwin watched animals. Find out more about him,
and read tattered electronic copies of Cheap Truth, at the
Bruce Sterling Online Index.
He lives with his wife Nancy and their two daughters in Austin, Texas.