WEBZINE99 is a non-profit collective dedicated to encouraging and
celebrating independent content online.
By day, Amy is a project managestress extraordinaire. By night, she crawls the
seedy urban landscape in search of danger and secret pleasures.
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A self-described "neo-retro-surrealist", Phil has been a professional
software developer since 1976,and a netizen since 1982, currently helping
well-funded corporate beauracracies increase their burn rate. He feels the
web is a radical step for the liberation of the content provider, as it
makes possible worldwide dissemination with near-zero cost of distribution,
with enough inherent anarchy to finally put the creator and viewers in a
position of control.
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Watch your ass when Rebecca's tearing up pavement on her brand spanking new crotch rocket.
She doesn't take passengers, so don't even ask. Rebecca's other passion is photography,
you might just get shot.
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Mild-mannered and cunning, Ariana, is an industrial design student at SF State.
She's also got the added quality of working the phones like the way we need 'em
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Paul is the open-source database master. He clocks up valuable time weaving data for
c2.net by day. In his free time, he can be found passing on well-healed experience
to impresionable youth.
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Beverly isn't your average pick-up truck driving urban mistress of the night. Nope, she
even drives to work during the day.
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Jen's a modern journalist, she may not be well paid, but she knows her press
releases. Ours too. If you search hard enough, you can find her frolicking in
several communities on the Well.
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When not romping through Ecuador, super-smart Corey has been known to work undercover as a
mild-mannered Silicon Valley temp worker. You'd never know, and she likes it that way.
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Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Daniel attended an arts high school with a
major of creative writing. He felt that the local writers/artists had no
venue with which they could distrubute their artistic urges so a friend,
Nate Terrill, and he created Oddities Compiled. It was a photocopy
zine printed up at the local Mailboxes Etc. The response was good and they
kept it going until Daniel left that awful place. Upon arriving in SF, Daniel felt
that he shouldn't let his zine die so with a little knowledge of html he
created an online version. And the rest....
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Wendy is known throughout the western hemisphere for her talent at
unraveling the mysteries of the universe. In her spare time, she writes
for the web, interprets dreams, and creates tornados of good fun with
her abundant energy. Writer, artist, analyst, expert juggler
extraordinare. When it comes to multitasking she's cream of the crop,
tip of the top, she's Wendy Wagner and there it stops.
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Having survived two woefully
misplaced nicknames, Steve is
currently enjoying his third
got a big ass, plays accordion
and aspires to be part of the
Tide racing team pit crew. See
what he really does at
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Planning, organizing and producing are only a few of the qualities Rachel's honed in
her collegiate event promotion career. By day, she puts them into practice in
the world of advertising.
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Pigdog Journal is the Online Handbook of Bad People of the
Future. It's the product of a loose-knit collective of dozens
of hackers, writers, editors, and artists that has been part
of the computer underground for more than a decade. From
t-file zine to paper mag to Webzine, Pigdog has always
supported independent journalism, outsider voices, and Bad
Craziness in all its multifarious forms.
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Natalie is an amazingly well-oiled machine, able to produce unimaginable events. She's a wise little
slickster with her own web consultancy. She's the wrong person to talk to about glass ceilings.
Cakes and new media, now that's a different story.
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Scott, is the primary tentacle of Laughing Squid, destination to underground
art and culture in San Francisco. His Squid List email list is truly the only
resource of what's up and righteous in this town.
Eddie recently gave up the good life for a day job with some fancy, shmancy web developer
company, trading in pissy clients for steady redundancy, but not freak freedom. He also
has a rarely updated personal site that chronicles personal freakiness. Amazingly, some
kind of passion has carried him through another year of Webzine.
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When Ryan's not organizing WEBZINE99,
biking through the mission, or eating
skittles, he's probably kicking a whole
lot of ass on Quake 3. You can check into
some of what he was thinking last October
at his decaying webzine www.texasmonkey.com
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WITH GENEROUS HELP FROM
rivka frydman, robynn takayama, betty ray, srini kumar, phoenix pop productions, jack rigley,
josh rabinowitz, noel franus, bill bailey, meredith maher, philae knight and those on the discussion list.