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Hexalogy d-o-n-e:

Title:
THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES VI
cnc6 cover klein THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES VI sum up the cipha.net-archive from October 2008 to October 2010.

Includes 350 articles, unabridged and with all of the links.

Pages:
765 (ebook, according to "Calibre")
Size:
6.22 MB
Price:
8.99€
Published:
May the 18., 2014
Direct Links:
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Tags:
blog, weblog, e-magazine, cyberpunk, cyberspace, anthology, texts, online, chronicle, archive, internet, indie, independent, underground

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cipha wants to thank no one: Every important person is already mentioned in all of these books or was/is prior to these releases on the website itself. There will never be another or similar project. This is written cyberpunk history.

Good night, good fight,
the aethyx staff

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Instead of using brand new technology just for us, Gizmeo.com & Zockerseele.com in this case, we created something new for everyone to use: YAABy. Which stands for: YetAnotherAndroidBrowser. With a little y at the end, to stand out from the pack.

the yaaby icon

Get it here:

http://yaaby.eu.

Basically it uses the same technology as our other Android-Apps: Webkit does the rendering and other browser-stuff.

We enhanced the experience in two critical ways:

a) an address bar for your URLs
b) a secure SSL-connection to the one and only EU-certified search engine Startpage as main feature

This app is still in Beta, but there should be no big problems already. This is really a work in progress, don’t expect too much. Updates will be delivered from time to time, new features will only be implemented if it makes sense to me or if the users really need it. Feedback welcome.

One of the main problems with a lot of web browsers on Android is they are simply too huge and not running on low powered devices. With YAABy you only need FroYo and you’re good to go.

Welcome to our family, YAABy!

Regards,
the aethyx staff

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Shit is about to be real right now:

Title:
THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES V
cnc5 cover klein THE CIPHA.NET CHRONICLES V sum up the cipha.net-archive from July 2007 to October 2008.

Includes 350 articles, unabridged and with all of the links.

Pages:
685 (ebook, according to "Calibre")
Size:
5.47 MB
Price:
8.99€
Published:
February the 22., 2014
Direct Links:
@XinXii (free preview)
@Amazon (free preview)
@Google Play (free preview)
Tags:
blog, weblog, e-magazine, cyberpunk, cyberspace, anthology, texts, online, chronicle, archive, internet, indie, independent, underground

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Two months of hard work. We hope you appreciate it. Now appreciate!!

Sixth and last book is also ready. We are looking forward to release it, hmmm, maybe May? June? We don’t know. Hope the best!

Read. More. Feedback welcome.

Only the bestest,
the aethyx staff

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The TOR Project announced on December the 17th 2013 that they accept Bitcoins for donations [via].

We as an independent new school publishing house do this for all our projects since the beginning of the same month.

aethyx mediae accepts bitcoins since december 2013
(this and other graphics freely available here)

Accepting donations has a long tradition, not only spanning the web but also for the first project we/I did back in the days: When cipha.net launched in late 2001, due to the fact that it was a non-commercial project, I as a writer found that it was a legitimate way to “earn” money via PayPal.
Things didn’t work out the way I hoped, but PayPal is still accepted there as on other older projects I did, e.g. zockerseele.com, our video games news site which still is alive and kicking today.

After that, there was a huge time gap.

In late 2012/early 2013 we also started to support Flattr, not only because it’s a great European idea and we wanted to show respect for this neat sharing-&-caring-system, but also because it is more subtle than these (often) very annoying banners hanging around on all of those websites in general.

And yeah, maybe we were also infected by the Bitcoin-Hype 2013 which will probably never happen again, but we also think it’s simply just a good thing to have a reliable cryptocurrency in existence;
it’s for the hackers and us cyberpunks as well as the whole Internet a very very interesting way of payment and we thought it is finally the time to show some respect as well.

Besides Flattr, right now the following projects support Bitcoins and we hope you will join the game too:

* aethyx.eu – Independent Semantic Online Publishing. Made in Europe.
* zockerseele.com – an independent video games weblog which started in 2005
* gizmeo.com – an independent gadget weblog
* jpcars.de – source about Japanese cars
* cipha.net – an intergalactic anthology antiquity

We included small buttons everywhere Bitcoin payments/donations are possible. And this will definitely be the case at least until 2033 when (theoretically) all 21 million bitcoins have been created.

Who knows what will happen after that. When Philospherstones (PHS) will be the next big thing tomorrow we would have no big problem to support that concept too! ^^

Fun fact: Neither Apple, nor Google or Microsoft are accepting Bitcoins yet. So we are even ahead of them. o.O N1ce.

Please donate! We love you! ♥

Only the bestest,
the aethyx staff

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