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ICQ Loser 28th January 2020: We're waiting for some text to go here while the owner of this site gets their act together.
ONE Russian unorthodox culture meets art terrorism. "Would you have an implant device put in yourself or your children?" Certainly, if it enhances the buzz...
Head Magazine The greatest British small-press magazine of its era, Head now has various presences on the web, and one lives here on pHreak.
I_O_D is an interactive multi-media e-zine. Distributed free over the networks, small and perfectly deformed, it creates high density chaos in a confined space.
idiom Painfully artistic, yet vulnerable. Idiom is word that everyone knows.
Ahriman I journal of sorts, when I can be bothered keeping it. It's also a base for PHP testing and various other projects generally aimed at annoying huge tracts of the population with my crap opinions :p
Excellent tribute to the heyday of formica. London's greasy spoon cafes have thrown up a culture of their own and this site pays tribute to them. Sausage, beans, bubble and two fried slices, please!
Jesus. Have I got to explain every fucking thing? Just get in there and start clicking!
The anatomy of net art laid bare. Like a cyber-age Domesday Book, this site set out to account for all significant art spaces on the web. See if you can find pHreak.
A new project by the people that brought you the Association of Autonomous Astronauts. Exploding the myth of gravity's pull.
Project Gutenberg is the Internet's oldest producer of FREE electronic books (eBooks or eTexts).
The Institute of Official Cheer where old pop culture is subjected to our patented Re-Ironization Process, and converted into chipper, spiffy, feather-light postmodern commentary on commercial culture.