For cyberpunks of a certain vintage, Re/Search press (previously) was absolutely formative — books like Incredibly Strange Films, Zines!, and, of course, Modern Primitives (RIP, Fakir) were incredibly influential material for the modern happy mutant.
RE/Search seemed to be a more compact and longer-lasting "title" than Search & Destroy. I mean: did you really have to destroy EVERYTHING?!? The idea of searching and re-searching and continuing to search again seemed worthy of a lifetime quest: not taking knowledge for granted; continuing to investigate and RE-appraise and RE-new one's alleged inventory of knowledge—not to mention "wisdom"; shorthand for "big-pattern-thinking" embracing multiple cause-and-effect scenarios over time—the more time the better.
RE/Search seemed a concise sum-up of the meaning of life–forever! And finally, the fantasy of having RE/Search t-shirts, hoodies, book bags, a coffee mug to remind you of the purpose of living…
RE/Search t-shirts [V. Vale/Beyond the Beyond]