War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning
Paperback ISBN: 1400034639
A foreign correspondent for The New York Times draws on his own experiences in the Balkans, Central America, and the Middle East to examine how human beings experience war and to argue that war gives rise to dangerous myths about the nobility of the cause while forgetting the hardships and costs of warfare. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.
James Dean Died Here
The Locations of America's Pop Culture Landmarks
Paperback ISBN: 1891661310
Offers a guide to the locations of significant popular culture events, including the crash of the Hindenburg, the "Saturday Night Fever" disco, the first MacDonald's location, and the "American Bandstand" studio.
A Reader in Psychic Warfare, Cultural Sabotage and Semiotic Terrorism
Paperback ISBN: 1852425601
In London, the Association of Autonomous Astronauts is expanding the terrain of social struggle, launching an independent proletarian space exploration programme. Future ventures shall include raves in space. In Italy, the Bologna Psychogeographical Association is helping to levitate government buildings and playing mind games with primetime TV. Meanwhile their London counterparts are busy exposing the macabre occult practices of the British Royal Family, the Decadent Action plots to bring capitalism to its knees through a programme of exorbitant shopping sprees leading to hyper-inflation. Break out the champagne and canapes!
How Two Lost Boys Rode the Internet Out of Idaho
Paperback ISBN: 0767906993
Describes how two nineteen-year-old working-class kids from a small town in Idaho overcame their lives as outsiders and reveals how they are using the Internet to redefine themselves and change their lives. Reprint.
Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies
Paperback ISBN: 0312271921
A free-wheeling analysis and exploration of the invasion of our personal lives by logo-wielding power-hungry corporations combines muckraking journalism with contemporary memoir to discuss current consumer culture and the dark side of the information age. Reprint. 12,500 first printing.