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Internet design elevated to art, post-Atari
"...virtual contentment that was previously only accessible through an Atari. Highly recommended for this purpose are "Powers that Lurk,"..."

Oct. 19, 2001 Screens Feature by Michael Connor

Critic's Picks
Kids
"...video games and platforms -- including outdated relics like Atari and the original Nintendo. Plus their stock of vid..."

Oct. 5, 2001 Best of Austin Feature

Comfortably Butt Numb
11 movies, 24 hours, 230 stinky film fans -- a diary from Harry Knowles' second annual Butt-Numb-a-thon
"...2:31pm Remember that Christmas when you wanted an Atari player and instead you unwrapped a sweatshirt with a..."

Dec. 15, 2000 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

A Whole New Game
A strange trip through the online world of the most popular role-playing games of last summer : Diablo II, Deus Ex, and Vampire: The Masquerade Redemption
"...far we have come from that Cold War-era of Atari and Donkey Kong. I can only imagine what this..."

Sept. 22, 2000 Screens Feature by Marcel Meyer

Book Reviews
Southerners, Strange Foreigners, and Unabashed Perverts
"...Seventies, that Zenith-sheened, shag-rugged suburban revolution before Pong and Atari, when plastic action toys were children's false idols. In..."

June 2, 2000 Books Feature by Lissa Richardson

Suba São Paulo Confessions (Six Degrees)
Caipiríssima: Batucada ElectRonica (Caipirinha Music)
"...rubboard-sounding percussive track studio processed to sound like an Atari game played on gravel. At first innocuous, it soon..."

June 2, 2000 Music Review by Raoul Hernandez

Game Over for Mac Gaming?
"...always had their brand names and mascots. The original Atari and the PC have so much to call their..."

Nov. 5, 1999 Screens Feature by Brendan Sinclair

Madonna reviewed
"...piano interlude sets the stage nicely for the furious Atari Teenage Onslaught of "A Perfect Teenhood," with a disaffected,..."

Oct. 8, 1999 Music Review by Raoul Hernandez

Record Reviews
Prince Paul
"...the World" a bit too eerily. As Rammstein and Atari Teenage Riot move in to torch the place, Trans..."

May 14, 1999 Music Review

Postscripts
Mixed Notes
"...is being billed as "the first memoir of the Atari generation."......"

Nov. 27, 1998 Books Column by Clay Smith

Digital Anvil Chorus
Wing Commandeer Takes Flight to the Big Screen
"...whereof he speaks. He cut his teeth on the Atari 2600 before moving on to Activision and British Telecom..."

March 6, 1998 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Everything Old is New Again
The Year in Albums
"...screaming punk rock, as on the "digital hardcore" of Atari Teenage Riot's Burn, Berlin, Burn!, it still seems to..."

Jan. 9, 1998 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Scanlines
"...can be traced to Star Raiders on the old Atari computers, and has a continuing popularity with gamers. Colony..."

Dec. 12, 1997 Screens Feature

Live Shots
"...meandering set of call and response hip-hop, while openers Atari Teenage Riot hopped around in a quicksand of undifferentiated..."

Sept. 19, 1997 Music Feature

Road Shows
"...SAT 6 Rage Against the Machine, Atari Teenage Riot, Southpark Meadows..."

Sept. 5, 1997 Music Feature

Road Shows
"...SAT 6 Rage Against the Machine, Wu-Tang Clan, Atari Teenage Riot, Southpark Meadows..."

Aug. 29, 1997 Music Feature

Road Shows
"...SAT 6 Rage Against the Machine, Wu-Tang Clan, Atari Teenage Riot, Southpark Meadows..."

Aug. 22, 1997 Music Feature

Road Shows
"...SAT 6 Rage Against the Machine, Wu-Tang Clan, Atari Teenage Riot, Southpark Meadows..."

Aug. 1, 1997 Music Feature

Austin Aqua Festival '97
"...Bug the Clown. Hard drivin' punk sounds for the Atari Teenage Riot generation. Take no prisoners, give no quarter...."

July 25, 1997 Music Feature

Dancing About Architecture
Sixth Street Scuffle
"...That's when Rage Against the Machine, Wu-Tang Clan, and Atari Teenage Riot are set to play Southpark Meadows. Oh,..."

July 25, 1997 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Texas Platters
"...from the Electric Lounge. "Burn the City" pairs incendiary Atari Teenage Riot lyrics with a narcoleptic American Analog Set..."

July 11, 1997 Music Review

Do Not (Po)Go Gently Into the Night
Punk Rock(ers): Not Burning Out, Not Fading Away
"...and clear off the electronic surface of Prodigy or Atari Teenage Riot. It's audible in the trashy, avant-blues guitar..."

May 23, 1997 Music Feature

Immaculate Perception
Author and Visionary Bruce Sterling
"...think it's going to go the way of the Atari, basically. But think of the enormous amount of human..."

April 18, 1997 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Scanlines
Hate
"...games back in the early Eighties remembers the original Atari vector-graphic shooter, Tempest. A player spun his "man" around..."

March 21, 1997 Screens Feature

Music Recommended
"...Fox, the egg, Fluffer, Fluf, Fluffy, Ben Lee, Bis, Atari Teenage Riot, Sukia, Firewater, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Portastatic, Perfume..."

March 14, 1997 Music Feature

Scanlines
Norma Jean & Marilyn
"...During its premiere year of 1981, Tempest, Atari's space ace up their sleeve, created a boom loud..."

March 7, 1997 Screens Feature

Online Hit
Instant Sports Patents a Pastime
"...the actual diamond graphics are more like a crude Atari or Intellivision rendering than something you'd expect on a..."

Oct. 11, 1996 Screens Feature by Andy Langer

Guest Retrospective
"...3-D space combat games made its appearance on the Atari 400, but packed in tons of gameplay and a..."

Jan. 12, 1996 Screens Feature

Spoon It On
"...CD-ROM release party; how things have changed since that Atari video game where Journey were a bunch of little..."

Dec. 8, 1995 Music Column

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