If the inseparable rap and reggae as well as Jamaican musicians' techniques of music making--cut-and-mix, shout-outs, and call-and-response--marked globalization and the level of new technology, Asian Americans' cut-and-mix techniques, called bricolage and hypertexting, were used in future-oriented cyberzine
publication as a better feature of postmodernism.
Bush, was the real star of the President's State of the Union Address," reported a January 31st dispatch in the cyberzine
Two stops on the Alphabet Superhighway--The Cyberzine
and the Exhibit Hall--are places where students can display their work.
While she does suggest that feminist cyborg conceptions--such as Donna Haraway's cyborg and cyberzine
geekgirl--recode dominant cultural narratives to subvert hegemonic hierarchised dualisms, she maintains that in popular film and literature the female cyborg suggests a male fetishistic fantasy about feminine sexuality that is highly sexualised and potentially destructive.
covers rock and pop mainly in the US - bands featured include The Olivia Tremor Control, They May Be Giants and Walt Mink.
In a separate linked site, Business Today.com, the Herald has also created what it calls the "first and only weekly cyberzine
" covering the region's human resources industry.