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Virtual Reality Virginity, Lost

A late geezer’s first go at the dystopian VR experience

Earlier this year, and I had the opportunity to try virtual reality at the in a dark, curtained side room of a commandeered Columbia art gallery, but we were both much too intoxicated and loopy those last few hours of the fest, and we bailed. Call us cowards if you must — immersion can be…

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David Blue ponders the divisions in class and culture between the roles of industry and consumer as they manifest in business, academic, and communal transactions across geography and time.

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Editor-in-Chief, Neoyokel, Angst Wrangler. Writes about technology and culture intersecting across time and class. |

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