Conduct Unbecoming, a CD-ROM based on Randy Shilts' 1993 homonymous book on gays in the military, gives us a tantalizing peek at the potential of CD-ROM publishing. Here a good book is rendered even more readable and accessible.......The CD-ROM version takes Shilts’s work to a new level of accessibility and comprehension. - Jon Katz, Wired magazine
Clinton gives an overview of the book:
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In a world of superficial sound bytes dominated by a generation absorbed with the self and the surface of things, Clinton Fein's work dissects the vicissitudes of our body politic, pricking the raw nerves that the increasingly conservative mass media tiptoes around.
[N]o one else has reached the peculiar extremes to which Fein goes. Using hired models, he re-enacted and photographed scenes of cruelty that were recorded in the notorious unofficial photographs of "...