The Super Cyber issue

Issue 20, Winter 2010

Issue 20

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For this fifth anniversary issue, Geez is going digital! Just kidding. This issue affirms our commitment to remaining an “offline oasis” while acknowledging the benefits of technology – granted it’s used wisely.

  • Regulars
  • Difficult technology is rewarding
    Aiden Enns 6
  • Letters
    Various 8
  • Call me a fence-sitter
    Nicolas Klassen 14
  • Culturosities
  • The material culture that defines us: The 'like' button
    Julie Beman 15
  • Old geezers: The Luddites
    Anna Bowen 16
  • Artists commit air-raid on war
    Aaron Levere 17
  • A northern perspective on the Ground- Zero Mosque
    Aaron Levere 18
  • Anarchist Christians unite online
    BeckyGarrison 19
  • Cyper Utopia
  • How Facebook helps me be a stay-at-home dad and community activist
    Ariah Fine 21
  • Imperfect prose on thursdays
    Emily Wierenga 23
  • Hope for a fake life
    Tyler Olson 24
  • Electronic hitchhiker
    David Griffin Brown 25
  • I long to see you: 2 Timothy by email
    Shannon Blake 28
  • I Google banana bread
    Carrie S. Martin 29
  • When is activism slacktivism*?
    Various 31
  • Cyber Dystopia
  • High tech grief
    Lizz Bryce 34
  • Technology, half-chewed
    Doreen Dodgen-Magee 35
  • New platforms for old oppressions
    Jenny Henkelman and Cynara Geissler 36
  • Technology hip-check
    Lance Spoke Spurr 40
  • Thelowercaseletter"i"
    Michelle Elrick 41
  • Cyberforgiveness
    Sarah Stankorb 43
  • Righteousness in the Age of Technology
    Riparian Church 44
  • Imagine while plummeting
    Sam McLoughlin 45
  • Newtopia
  • The key(board) to a better life?
    Peggy Trendell-Jensen 48
  • Keeping the pitbull off the bed
    Mandy Smith 49
  • Albert Borgmann on taming technology
    David J. Wood 50
  • Seven criteria for the adoption of new technology
    Will Braun 56
  • Simple thoughts forengaging technology
    Aiden Enns 59
  • Kids know how to help
    Kathleen Wilker 60
  • Shit and toil
    Kerrie Miller 61
  • Experiments
  • Sew by bike
    Eva Klassen 64
  • Ghetto life without acomputer
    Anonymous 65
  • Building materials speakfor themselves
    Eva Klassen 65
  • Go fast to fare well
    Beth Malena 66
  • Band canoes gig to gig
    Eva Klassen 66
  • Civil Disobedience
  • Plane Stupid
    Geez Staff 68
  • Streets are for feet
    Geez Staff 68
  • Guerilla haiku
    Geez Staff 69
  • Protest the Pope
    Geez Staff 69
  • Latvia’s cyber Robin Hoodarrested
    Geez Staff 70
  • News
  • UN sends female task force to Haiti to curb rape epidemic 71
  • Guelph communityprotests Sikh temple 71
  • Trendy makeup companycomes clean – sort of 72
  • Community seeks bigbucks to stop porn 72
  • Japanese archbishop visits New York, calls for abolition ofnuclear weapons 73
  • Reviews
  • The Routes of Man:How Roads are Changing the World andthe Way We Live Today
    Julienne Isaacs 74
  • The Peep Diaries:How We’re Learning to Love WatchingOurselves and Our Neighbours
    Kyle Armstrong 74
  • You Are Not A Gadget: A Manifesto
    Kurt Armstrong 75
  • Into Eternity
    Angela Wallace 76
  • Arcade Fire, The Suburbs
    Darren Day 77

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