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Virtual
1.a. Possessed of certain physical virtues or capacities; effective in respect of inherent natural qualities or powers; capable of exerting influence by means of such qualities.
3.a. Capable of producing a certain effect or result; effective, potent, powerful.
g. Computers. Not physically existing as such but made by software to appear to do so from the point of view of the program or the user.



James Der Derian
professor of international relations, WIIS, Brown University
Cyber-deterrence

Manuel De Landa
artist and writer, New York
Deleuze and the Open-ended Becoming of the World

Jérôme Sans
Game of Love and Chance: a discussion with Paul Virilio

Ian R. Douglas
visiting scholar, WIIS, Brown University
Infowar and politics: a discussion with James Der Derian

Julie Murphy Erfani
associate professor of political science, ASU West
The Virtual and the Actual: a discussion with Ian Douglas

Gilles Deleuze
Postscript to the Societies of Control

Jean Baudrillard
In the Shadow of the Millennium

Paul Virilio
Red Alert in Cyberspace!

Claude Thibaut
Cybersphere: a discussion with Jean Baudrillard

Ian R. Douglas
visiting scholar, WIIS, Brown University
Military Revolution: a discussion with George Stein

James Der Derian
review of Paul Virilio's The Art of the Motor

Virtually Wagging the Dog

Louise Wilson
Cyberwar, God and Television: a discussion with Paul Virilio

Peter Lamborn Wilson
Information War

Jean Baudrillard

Pataphysics of the Year 2000

Ian R. Douglas
review of Paul Virilio's Open Sky

The New Seclusion

James Der Derian
professor of international relations, WIIS, Brown University
Futurewar: a discussion with Paul Virilio

Jean Baudrillard

Disneyworld Company

Timothy Leary & John Perry Barlow
(in French)
Interview entre quat'zyeux 1989

Caroline Bayard and Graham Knight
Vivisecting the 90's: a discussion with Jean Baudrillard

Andrew Wernick
review of Jean Baudrillard's The Transparency Of Evil
and Mike Gane's (ed.) Baudrillard Live
Baudrillard's Remainder

Jean Baudrillard
(in French)
Le Xerox et l'infini

Ian R. Douglas
visiting scholar, WIIS, Brown University
Virtually Material

Lev Manovich
The Aesthetics of Virtual Worlds

Ian R. Douglas
visiting scholar, WIIS, Brown University
Information and the Globe: a discussion with Michael Geyer

Jeff Lord
review of Manuel De Landa's A Thousand Years of Non-Linear History
Word-Waves: Manuel De Landa's Deleuze

Arthur Kroker & Michael A. Weinstein

The Political Economy of Virtual Reality: Pan-Capitalism

Niran Abbas
review of N. Katherine Hayles's How we became Posthuman

The Posthuman View on Virtual Bodies

Jean Baudrillard

Hystericizing the Millennium

Arthur & Marilouise Kroker
Yahoo! Capitalism

Aleksandar Boskovic

Virtual Places

Eugene Thacker

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Jean Baudrillard
Global Debt and Parallel Universe

J. Peter Burgess
review of James Der Derian's Antidiplomacy
Diplomatics

Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

The Futurist Manifesto




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