- CTRL [SPACE]: Rhetorics of Surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother
Edited by Thomas Y. Levin, Ursula Frohne, and Peter Weibel MIT Press/ZKM Center for Art and Media (hardbound, 655 pp.)
Review by Dave Mandl 09-09-2002.
- Surveillance and Control (Saturday 9 March 1400 - 1830 [ GMT ] Starr Auditorium, Level 2, Tate Modern, London, UK) is a half day conference which will consider widespread uses of electronic surveillance. It aims to analyse how recent social and political developments have impacted on discourses around surveillance, and to address how various surveillance technologies have influenced new media art practice.
- I didn't see any ghosts, I'm sorry to say. However, I thought of a product that you might find to be very interesting. A company named Prescient Systems has a program called Gotcha. It is a video surveillance/motion detection system. This software monitors a camera connected to a computer its running on, when it senses that the picture has changed, it starts recording the picture. I'm going to try and use it at my house at some point (although I'm interested in catching living beings up to no good, not ghosts). Kelly Chambers, KellyC at Telepath.com, 31-12-1998
- Ghost Detecting Equipment.
- Webscape by Valéry Grancher. A nice way to present links to many Webcams on one page.
- ICW security.
- Cognitech, Inc. Pasadena, CA 91101.
Video Investigator, Cognitech's comprehensive PC based video processing program for the professional video analyst. gambit at iwvisp.com 28 Oct. 1999
- Covert Services Investigation Agency.
- Special Electronic Security Products Ltd..
- Avoid or Destroy Video Surveillance. 
Two projects help citizens regain some of their privacy by helping them to avoid surveillance or destroy it. The Institute for Applied Autonomy's iSee (http://www.appliedautonomy.com/isee/) is an interactive map that shows walkers the path of least surveillance between any two points in Manhattan. And for those who want to take the direct route, an anonymous group explains how to disable inappropriate cameras (http://rtmark.com/cctv/).
- Try sending your WebCam out with this new technology, the PureCaster @ http://www.purebroadcasting.com You'll love it!! I do! evingham at home.com, 28-01-1999
- A surveillance quick search.
- Steve Mann's wearcam.org is one of my favorite sites on the subject. If you don't like to read go directly to Put yourself in Mann's shoes: See the world from Mann's perspective and then float backward to his Personal Web Page (what an exciting title!).
Webcams that inspired me
- The Peregrine site mentionned in Wired in 1994 made a great use of this technology for surfers. This cam monitored the waves. Unfortunately it has not been accessible for a while (04-05-1995).
- Trojan Room Coffee Machine.
- NYUs Labcam.
- Snapshots from around the UMBC Computer Science Department.
- The Church of Euthanasia
- The Surveillance Camera Players: completely distrustful of all government.
- Happyness is mandatory, are you happy? So, you want Paranoia info, huh? . Please note that this is still under construction . What is your security clearence, citizen? . Infrared . Red . Orange . Yellow . Green . Blue . Indigo . Violet . Ultraviolet Oops, I don't want to know anything ...
- The Crank magazine.
- The Aluminum Foil Deflector Beanie. An Effective, Low-Cost Solution To Combating Mind-Control.
- Substance Abuse on Yahoo!
- Haunted Orlando