L.DetweilerWelcome to Medusa's Snakes in Cyberspace, a WWW
site honoring the notorious and infamous net legend and crackpot extraordinaire,
L. Detweiler. (Above, the only known picture rumored to be of L.D.)
is L. Detweiler?
- Why is L.D. famous? Is L.D. a real person? And what the @#$%^&* is his
real first name?
Theory of Nymity
- A complex formal study of Nymity and L.D.'s seminal contributions,
including The Detweiler Thesis and the Sociology of Cypherpunkism.
- Some of the more enduring L.D. posts on the inexhaustably scintillating
subject, Medusa's Snakes in Cyberspace
- cypherpunk charicatures and commentary by insiders and outsiders. Digital
cash, reputations, cypherpunk religion, Kodak moments, comic relief, etc.
- Is L.D. cyberspace's biggest hypocrite? A history of the evolution of
L.D.'s performance art embodied in a collection of cyberspatial tentacle
- A rather lengthy list of L.D.'s bloody deaths in cyberspace and the
executioners on duty
- Essays and FAQs by L.D.'s occasionally-sighted respectable alter ego,
apparently a computer programmer.
- L.D. is as elusive as an endangered species. Here's some rumors of his
- circulating Internet humor that tickles L.D.'s funny bone, useful for
psychoanalyzing his personality.
- Digital Cash
- Digicash Inc. founded by
cypherpunk hero David Chaum
- e$ home page maintained
by cypherpunk Robert Hettinga
- Rating Services
- Hot spots
- John Labovitz's
e-zine-list - very well maintained, comprehensive list of cyberspatial
"zines". Zines are the killer app of cyberspace, like the bible was for
- SLiRP - a neat public domain
SLIP emulator that runs over a Unix shell account. Useful for saving money
at many internet providers.
- Liszt - the best and most
comprehensive searchable index of internet mailing lists.
- Ideosphere - a betting pool or
investment arena on "memes"
- hit statistics
searchable for this site, showing how utterly inconseqential L.D.'s rants
are in the grand cosmic scheme
collection at Ohio State University
- Linux - world's first public domain
Unix operating system
- Cranks, Kooks, Crackpots, and Conspiracies
Est. Nov 1994 / Upd. Sep 1996