Steve Mizrach Yes, he is Jewish. Reform, to be exact, verging on Deconstructionist. Born in Miami in 1970, he has lived in Florida for most of his life, except for a brief detour to the DC/Baltimore area for five years (at JHU.) He is indeed a real-life graduate student at the "goyisha party school," known as U of F, concentrating on getting his Master's in cultural anthropology. On the net, he prefers to go by Seeker1, because he can. (And mostly because this is the custom of most of the cyberhangouts he's visited.) In general, when it comes to the net, he prefers the fringes (where conspiracy theorists, UFOlogists, mad scientists, hackers, and other deviants hang out) to the center. Favorite music: techno/acid house/rave; also, progressive/alternative/New Wave (if those things mean anything anymore), punk, ska, World Beat; favorite author: sci fi writer Philip K. Dick; favorite TV show, The X Files; favorite BBS: MindVox and the WELL; favorite 'zine: Crash Collusion and Mondo 2000. Favorite areas of interest (I couldn't leave this out): cyberculture, consciousness studies, postmodernity, religious studies, visual anthropology and (hyper)media studies, sociology of knowledge, futurism/sci-tech studies, memetics, Haitian Voudoun, Mayan and Hopi eschatology, "modern primitives." Cannot resist here making a plug for my favorite cyberpunks, Re:WIRED (Workshop for the Invention and Research of Electronic Discourse). Re:WIRED maintains a WorldWideWeb node, the ParaSite, whose URL is http://www.clas.ufl.edu/CLAS/Departments/Rewired/Re-WIRED.html. I have a home page there which has lots of neat text files and stuff. This home page also explains why I use the handle "Seeker1," for those of you who wonder.
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