Are you dreaming of problems with your hard disk, getting connected, the wrong programs coming up, not being able to find the file you want? Does your computer turn you on, and have you found yourself mating with a digital partner or cyborg sex? Has god spoken to you through your computer in a dream? Has the computer in a dream assisted you in becoming lucid?
Just as during the last turn of the century, we shifted from horse and carriage dreams to cars, trucks and jets, now we are entering a new cyber-symbolic era of networking and global interface. What dream content will remain, what will change?
Take the Computer-Dream survey and help us better understand the changing night-scape of the digital culture.
You can watch the progress of this project on the Electric Dreams e-zine
Here are some of the articles already produced by this survey:
Wilkerson, Richard Catlett (2002 March). Digital Dreaming Series (8b): Uses of Computer Dreams as Personal and Cultural Meaning Maps. Electric Dreams 9(4).
Wilkerson, Richard Catlett(2002 July). Digital Dreaming Series #9a: DATA : Selected Dream entries from July 2001 to September 11, 2001.
Wilkerson, Richard Catlett(2002 July). Digital Dreaming Series #9b The Digital Archetype: Discussions from the C.G. Jung Bulletin Board.
Contact for this survey is Richard Wilkerson email@example.com