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Get Your Warblog On
As conventional media stumble, the Web's armchair war reporters rise to the occasion, to questionable effect.
Screens Story  May 16, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...They are the electronic equivalent of mash notes sent over the Net to the world at large, frequently covering the same sort of mundane topics you find on sites like "My cat Muffin got declawed this afternoon"; "My drapes are so happy they're dancing around the living room," etc. (See Jon Lebkowsky's "A Corner in Cyberspace Turned Blog Party" article for more background: 2003-02-28/screens_feature2.html.)..."

A Corner in Cyberspace Turned Blog Party
Jon Lebkowsky asks, why blog?
Screens Story  February 28, 2003, by Jon Lebkowsky
"...Jon Lebkowsky blogs at"

We've Come a Long Way, Baby
The year's best in technology, gaming, and Web sites
Screens Story  January 7, 2000, by Sarah Hepola
"...It was a fitting capstone to a century whose biggest stories involved the evolution of technology -- and its effect on entertainment, warfare, business, and communication. With that in mind, Jon Lebkowsky has supplemented our regular top 10 lists with a roundup of the century's most important communications media -- a list that, in essence, charts the evolution of communication throughout the 20th century..."

10 Years Long, 10 Years Strong
"Best of Austin": What Goes in Before It Goes Out
Best of Austin Story  September 24, 1999, by Kate X Messer
"...What a year it's been. CONTRIBUTORS: Roseana Auten, Chris Baker, Erica Barnett, Marjorie Baumgarten, Wayne Alan Brenner, Louisa C. Brinsmade, Robert Bryce, Holly Chacona, Rebecca Chastenet de Gery, Barbara Chisholm, Mike Clark-Madison, Andy "Coach" Cotton, Robert Faires, Mary Jane Garza, Christopher Grey, Anna Hanks, Jay Hardwig, Charles Harp, Sarah Hepola, Christopher Hess, Jenny Staff Johnson, Eli Kooris, Andy Langer, Jon Lebkowsky, Anne S..."

Net Worth
Screens Story  March 25, 1999
"...-- Jon Lebkowsky..."

Tricks of the Trade
Keynote Address: Mark Cuban
Screens Story  March 18, 1999
"...One myth, for instance, is that the Internet is simply for transmitting information, and not about creating community and building interpersonal relationships. I keep thinking, though, that the Net is not a medium but an environment in which many things are possible and likely to evolve.-- Jon Lebkowsky BUILDING WOMEN'S COMMUNITY ONLINE FOR FUN AND PROFIT..."

Projecting the 21st Century
Screens Story  January 21, 1999, by Jon Lebkowsky
"...photograph by Jon Lebkowsky Gary Chapman gets around. Originally from California and formerly a member of the Green Berets, Gary was director for several years of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, followed by a stint as director of the same organization's 21st Century Project..."

Webb on the Web
Don Webb: Surreal but Awake
Screens Story  July 31, 1998, by Jon Lebkowsky
"...photograph by Jon Lebkowsky Hard-working, prolific genre-bending author Don Webb has worked from Austin for many years, producing unique works of short fiction usually categorized as horror, fantasy, or science fiction, or by neo-marketing terms like slipstream or avant pop. His writing reflects his fascination with magic, myth, alternative cultures, technology, secret histories, conspiracy theories, and sex..."

Screens Story  April 10, 1998
"...When Jon Lebkowsky interviewed filmmaker Doug Block in February, they communicated by e-mail, and I opted to leave in the acronyms because it made sense to convey the story in the same cyber-spirit in which it was conducted. Likewise, within this interview with Signal to Noise author Carla Sinclair, she sprinkles smileys throughout her replies, imbuing her comments with whimsey and good humor...."

Honoria en Ciberspazio
The Opera Ain't Over 'Til the Cyber-Lady Sings
Screens Story  November 21, 1997, by Jon Lebkowsky
"...photograph by Jon Lebkowsky..."

Sci-Fi Book Reviews
Deeper: My Two-Year Odyssey in Cyberspace
Books Story  September 19, 1997
"...-- Jon Lebkowsky Dreamfall..."

Cyber Rights '97 Rally
Screens Story  September 19, 1997
"...This important conference foreshadows the major Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy, which will be held in Austin next February. -- Jon Lebkowsky..."

Environs Observer
Columns  July 25, 1997
"...Jon Lebkowsky Against All Odds Dear Mr. Huffstickler:..."

Survival Research Laboratories
Screens Story  March 28, 1997
"...Barnum creating apocalyptic circus acts at the intersection of the Industrial and Information eras. Until then, check out SRL's web page at -- Jon Lebkowsky..."

Screens Column  March 28, 1997
"...Survival Research Laboratories will bring their fire and brimstone phenomenon, The Unexpected Destruction of Elaborately Engineered Artifacts, to Longhorn Speedway this Friday, March 28. Local cyberculturist and author Jon Lebkowsky talked with SRL headman Mark Pauline last August when he was in town trying to find a venue that could support the fiery tonnage of animated metal; look for the box in this section for some of Pauline's insights and information about how to attend the show. Monsterbit Media will be helping with the Internet broadcast of the SRL performance, using wireless T-I technology for the first time..."

Postcards from the Fringe
Guerilla Media Collective Searches For the D.I.Y. Truth
Screens Story  February 28, 1997, by Brad King
"...The couple are part-owners themselves of Small Works, a company which produces Internet security systems. In just a few months, as the dynamics of FringeWare began to shift and when Jon Lebkowsky -- an original co-founder -- left to pursue other endeavors in cyberspace, the Thompsons became majority stockholders in FringeWare and began work on the tech side of the business...."

Screens Column  January 10, 1997
"...And the first news from the SXSW Multimedia/Interactive Festival is its impressive list of panelists, including Thomas Dolby Robertson (who now creates audio technology for Headspace, Inc.), R.U. Sirius, multimedia artist Bill Barminski, David Barstow (Instant Sports), Mike Godwin (EFF), Marc Hossler (Negativland), Jon Lebkowsky, Rev..."

Screens Column  January 3, 1997
"...The intellectual home of author/futurist Howard Rheingold and former Yahoo! vice president of sales and marketing, Randy Haykin, Electric Minds functions as a virtual community center that not only hosts its own topics of discourse, but sends interested parties on to local and even more specialized discussions elsewhere on the Web. And with moderators such as Internet wunderkind Justin Hall and Austin's own technoculture guru Jon Lebkowsky, cyber-celebs in their own right, participants can be sure they'll be entertained, enlightened, or incited to debate by original thoughts from those traveling the information highway on a daily basis..."

Virtual Footnotes
Screens Story  August 2, 1996
"...-- Jon Lebkowsky..."

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