San Francisco: Kerista Collective, 1985. First edition. 8vo, 128 pp, perfect bound wraps.
A publication by the polyfidelity commune focused on science and communal, utopian living, notable for including a relatively early article on the use of computers in the commune. The commune, which termed itself "an operational Scientific Utopian intentional community" in the essay, had acquired its first computer in 1983, and later formed a computer distributor company, Abacus, which was the largest distributor of computers in the bay area until Macintosh ceased its Value-added Reseller program in 1991, also the year the commune ceased. Important early text on the relationship between utopian applications of computers.
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