NetUser / Internet Today 1995 - 1996
In 1995 and 1996 Sean Clark wrote extensively for the UK Internet press. In particular, he wrote a number of articles about Nemeton, William Latham and other Web site projects he was involved in. Some of the original articles have be found and uploaded here together with magazine cover scans.
- Virtual Reality - Internet Today Aug 1995 (PDF, 15.5 Mb)
I was quite in to Virtual Reality for a while and wrote this article about the cross over between VR and the Internet.
- Phorward Into Cyberspace - Internet Today Sep 1995 (PDF, 13.5 Mb)
A decent sized article about the Shamen's Nemeton Web site and some interviews with band member Colin Angus and manager Charles Cosh.
- Technomadness - Internet Today Oct 1995 (PDF, 17.9 Mb)
I really enjoyed writing this article. It's based around an e-mail exchange with Steve Roberts. He used to cycle around on a modified recumbent bike with computers and solar panels attached. I've always been interested in mobile Internet and this article was my first attempt at sharing this interest.
- The Art on the Net - Internet Today Dec 1995 (PDF, 4.6 Mb)
An early look at art on the Internet. Covers William Latham, the Resonance arts group, the "virtual gallery" and Cybercafe events we ran.
- Music Makers - Internet Today Jan 1996 (PDF, 8.9 Mb)
Music on the Net. Pre iPod, this article carries a fair few predictions that have come true. If only I had patented them!
- Tomorrow's People - Internet Today Feb 1996 (PDF, 9.9 Mb)
Millenium culture, Extropians, nano-technology and general strangeness on the Net. Getting this article in a newsstand magazine was quite amusing. We were Forever People!
- Cyber Schools And Net Education - Internet Today Apr 1996 (PDF, 4 Mb)
A very early article about education on the Internet. Even back then it was clear that the potential to change the way children learn was there.