- Feb 15, 2022
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I was buming around the Phone Losers of America's website when I stumbled upon a magazine feature of his work in "Internet Underground." I've spent the whole afternoon reading up on old stories and chasing dead links as a result. Some of the articles confront the same issues we see today from dealing with purposely biased media to digital free speech rights. I recommend reading A Conversation with the Candyman, who details and defends his website (
Overall it's just an interesting time capsule of the weirder side of the early net. There's some pretty funny stuff there as well. Figured you'd all get a kick out of this.
You can view the digital collection of Internet Underworld's material here via the Wayback Machine.
Two issues of the physical magazine are scanned here. Unfortunately I have yet to find any others, looks like some people on >reddit were searching recently as well with no luck.
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