For the Week of
May 5-11, 2004
Cover Story: Datapocalypse:
Google's Gmail service is just the beginning of a new information surveillance regime.
When it comes to technology, Silicon Valley governments are still in the primitive stages.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Pat Tillman's real heroism.
Security is a hot industry right now.
Alex Galloway and Cory Arcangel mount an assault on the protocols that control digital information.
Lard of The Fries: Morgan Spurlock--slightly annoying, but a public benefactor--submits himself to McDonald's in 'Super Size Me.'
Dad Reckoning: A boy from Athens copes with loss in 'Hard Goodbyes: My Father.'
In the Dark: There's plenty to be afraid of in the ground in Italian thriller 'I'm Not Scared.'
Trampled Under Foot: 'Godzilla' raids again, in the reissue of the 1954 'Gojira.'
Hot Stuff: There's plenty of fire left in psychedelic blues-rock band Canned Heat at the Metro Fountain Blues Festival.
Aural Fixation: Jolie Holland casts spells on her eerie new Appalachian gothic album, 'Escondida.'
Coming Through! Hot Soup!: Jim Hwang promises you'll have a good time at Tofu House.
Club Life: Club Monaco in Sunnyvale.
Life Loves: Joie de vivre connects Tabard's 'Sabrina Fair' and Pear's 'Approaching Zanzibar.'