cipha.net was a non-commercial intergalactic anthology for which I published 2,100 articles over a nine year timeframe.
the archive is complete offline as of november 2013.
but there exist electronic books (epub) which summarize the complete works.
six in sum, à 350 articles, unabridged & uncensored, as well as all the hyperlinks included, which transform this hexalogy maybe into one of the most interesting ebook projects of all time. but see it for yourself:
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|THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES I||THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES II||THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES III||THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES IV||THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES V||THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES VI|
|:.: era :.:|
|november 2001 - onset may 2005
||may - november 2005
||november 2005 - onset october 2006
||october 2006 - july 2007
||juli 2007 - october 2008
||october 2008 - october 2010|
|:.: pages :.:|
|:.: size :.:|
|:.: price :.:|
|:.: release :.:|
|29th of august 2012
||5th of september 2012
||16th of september 2012
||20th of may 2013
||22th of february 2014
||18th of may 2014|
|:.: link :.:|
|:.: tags :.:|
|cyberpunk, blog, weblog, e-magazine, ezine, cyberspace, scifi, artwork, anthology, texts, online, chronicles, archive, internet, indie, independent, underground|
*according to calibre
firstly, I want to thank my readers. at high times traffic was about 500-600 people (robots included). from all around the world. every day. this was highly unusual for this kind of project which stayed an experiment until its end.
secondly I want to thank all those who commented here. in sum 563 were counted. maybe this may sound not much due to the long lasting time, but it's definitely worth a mentioning. to all those who didn't comment: could be you were too lazy. or not very far-sighted. maybe both. it doesn't matter anymore, it's over. get over it.
thirdly, maybe the most important factor: uncountable people were involved concerning the content. passive. without you people, authors, artists, freelancers, visionaries & gypsys I wouldn't have been able to fill this weblog with content.
fourthly, some notes about the technical aspects:
I want to thank the people at CERN, especially robert cailliau. then shout-outs to noah grey who brought me on the trip with greymatter and with which I was able to run this project from 2001 until 2006. thanks also to the people from wordpress and the sedulous plugin writers who made possible the years 2006 until 2013.
that's it. shutter's closed, cat's dead. won't come back.
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