Stuff Related to The Internet Oracle
This is a collection of material found around the internet that
discusses or makes reference to The Internet Oracle. This material is
'unofficial' in the sense that inclusion here does not constitute an
'endorsement' by the Oracle or Priesthood. Rather, it's merely stuff
that may be of interest to Internet Oracle enthusiasts.
article in Ejournal V2#5, by
An updated version of this original article is located
at First Monday.
(The Internet Oracle: Virtual Authors and Network Community)
review of the newsgroup rec.humor.oracle, by Joel K. Furr <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
- The December
19, 1994 "ONRAMP" a column from the Washington Times, by Larry Moffitt
- WIRED Magazine. You must be a registered member of HotWIRED
to view these items.
Dammit File, Dammit!, by Rheal
- The Usenet
April Fools Joke Collection:
The Oracle on _Nova_ PBS Show
- Kevin Savetz
short article about the TUO. Alot is paraphrased from the help file,
but it does contain some interesting tidbits not found elsewhere.
Drug Humor Page, including a commentary
on legalization by Orrie.
- Netsurfer Communications Corporation:
- The Internet Oracle was a stop along the route of
29 April 1996.
- Cody Ruffian's
Action Entertainment has a page dedicated to the Internet Oracle.
- LivingInternet.com recognizes
Oracle's place in Internet history (November 2000).
- The Oracle has rated
entry in The Jargon File
by Eric S Raymond,
the "comprehensive compendium of hacker slang illuminating many
aspects of hackish tradition, folklore, and humor" (version 4.2.0,