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  • BOING BOING #1 ($4 CASH from Mark Frauenfelder, 712 Redacted St, Boulder, CO 80302): A delightful new zine for the neophiliac.

    Boing Boing

  • For listeners, not embracing the Next Big Thing may be a kind of resistance; for music writers, not being able to champion artists solely in neophiliac terms would force them to develop more sophisticated critical lexicons.

    Retromania: Pop Culture's Addiction to its Own Past by Simon Reynolds – review

  • She describes as a moderate neophiliac a woman she knows, Kate Stone Lucas, who cast off her Big Apple roots to take up the cow-hand life on a ranch out West.

    Taking a Novel Approach to Life

  • By way of a "little understanding of neophiliac neurophysiology," Ms. Gallagher profiles Western adventurer Kit Carson.

    Taking a Novel Approach to Life

  • RU: What are some of the qualities that people can notice perhaps even in children that might indicate a progressive, neophiliac potential?

    Keith Henson Talks about Memetics, Evolutionary Psychology & Scientology

  • So my interest in games is neophiliac: I'm after the new new thing.

    Slate Magazine

  • I know this comes as a shock to you, but not _everyone_ is a neophiliac posthuman body-surfer whose idea of a sabbatical is to spend twenty years as a flock of tightly networked seagulls in order to try and to prove the Turing oracle thesis -- "

    Asimov's Science Fiction

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