This one is highly recommended to all you people who like to use their great new high-tech tools to read about how our great new high-tech tools will change our lives. Published out of Victoria BC, perhaps best known for it’s leftover 60s communes, the stated purpose of InterFace is to “help bridge the invisible gap between the user on that side of the screen, and the computer/tool on this side. To create a common boundary between two portions of matter or space.” Far out. This issue features, among other things, a report on the Canadian Internet Awards, an interview with a 100 yearold man who reminisces on the days before TV, and columns by such digital notables as Jim Carroll, Frank Ogden and Brock Meeks (by far the best Internet journalist on the planet). Good stuff.

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