Jacking In to the Matrix Franchise examines the films, video and computer games, comics, anime short films and other aspects of the franchise. The book is organized as a series of essays on the cultural and religious implications of the Matrix franchise, including gender, race, ethics, religion, and cybernetics. Contributors include John Shelton Lawrence, Russell Blackford, Matthew Kapell, Bruce Isaacs, and William G. Doty.
'All this will enrich the culture' ; Whether they own a business or work in a factory, how do Ireland's 3,000 Brazilians find their new home? Carl O'Brien reports
May 10, 2004; Tulia Lopes laughs as she compares her small jewellery shop, off Grafton Street, to an unofficial advice centre for Ireland's...