Cybermind: Book cover Living on Cybermind

Dear Alan,

citing a poem of Rose (Mulvale) today i could not resist shortly google-ing cybermind and stumbled upon your 2023 blog attempt with the generous offer to contact you (implying it would be a wise thing to do).

So I do.

You might not remember me. I was young, ill read and follish (but extremly curious) when I joined Cybermind in 1994. So far its been the best thing the net has given me (and I am not short of extremly exciting experiences with and in it). Sometimes I whish it could browse Cyberminds endless stream of consciousness again. Some might be still (unrecoverable) in the piles of backups of mine.

If you care to know I have tried to channel my own stream into my blog (sorry, mostly German) since 2010

(which is, as I only discovered today, to a large degree influenced by my Cybermind-exposure).

I have no intension with this e-mail then letting you know you (plural) are not forgotten and to connect me with my own past. So no need to reply – but if there is anything you consider worth sharing with a stranger around the globe I would love to hear from you. I am still my follish, ill read but curious old self open to adventures of the mind and body.

Thanks for everything!


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