It's about time that we get this show on the road. For too long , people have been philosophizing over the fiction itself without actually practicing what the fiction preaches. That's essentially what r/Cyberpunk is: all talk, no action. I recently came into contact with this fellow who wanted to make something, a sort of communications terminal for those, in the know already and unaware members of the public, who are actually attempting to actualize the techno-future in less abstract, more concrete, more personal ways.
He has started out with a sub-reddit: https://www.reddit.c...unkLifeStyleHQ/ (Hey Yuli Ban, how about a little plug?)
Do you think that what he's doing is the right approach? How do you think that one should go about enlarging the "CyberPunkLifeStyle" as he calls it from a niche activity to a "lifestyle that millions of people are actively living."