The website of James Harkin, author of Niche, Cyburbia and Big Ideas
Read the Introduction to Cyburbia
I’m appearing tomorrow Tue 12 May, 730pm at the Bristol Festival of Ideas, if anyone’s around.
Jonah Lehrer, marshmallows and the problem of self-control
Just back from seeing Tunnel 228, the collaboration between Punchdrunk and Kevin Spacey
Lovely review from Art Review’s May edition, by JJ Charlesworth
Great review of Lost in Cyburbia in Canada’s National Post on Saturday
How The Geeks inherited the Earth. An essay which will appear in this week’s New Statesman.
Trapped in Cyburbia: A lovely review from Spiked-Online
Lost In The Loop: Review from DNA Sunday, India, 5 April
Adam Curtis on the rise of Oh Dearism; from Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe
Exciting feedback from Russia: Greatest interest in creative-social project aroused in great country Russia
Review: The Independent, 27 March. Invasion of the Cybermen
Twister: The New Yorker on non-linearity, or cyber-realism
Punchdrunk and Adam Curtis: It Felt Like a Kiss
Losing The Plot: The new cyber-realist storytelling. Essay in The Observer’s quarterly film magazine today.
Little Brother: Me on Google, on Newsnight last night
Will be on Newsnight tonight, with any luck. Talking about Google, not Josef Fritzl.
Review: The New Zealand Herald, 14 March. Probing Cyburban Neurosis.
Review: Sunday Times (South Africa), 15 March. The world is not flat.
Dunblane and The Sunday Express: a response from the editor
The Ties That Don’t Bind: The problem with Facebook’s global village
Appearance on ABC Radio Australia programme this weekend
What can our Google searches tell companies about ourselves? Take this example.
Review: The Independent (UK), 7 March
Can Twittering be a Sin? Answers, please, in 140 characters.
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