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JODI on 6 Feb 2001 23:20:25 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] done [..NETTIME censored all these people, and more../.]Crybaby..!!!!

Title: done [..NETTIME censored all these people, and more../

> From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
> To: <rachel {AT} irational.org>, <frank {AT} rtmark.com>, <admin {AT} rtmark.com>,
>        <ir-heath {AT} mail.netnames.net>, "Jenny" <jmarketo {AT} thing.net>,

>        <matt {AT} axia.demon.co.uk>, <mervin {AT} mongrel.org.uk>,

>        <olialia {AT} teleportacia.org>, <rpd {AT} mongrel.org.uk>,

>        "www.vuk.org" <vuk {AT} mordor.kud-fp.si>,

>        "Walter van der Cruijsen" <wvdc {AT} zkm.de>, <jodi {AT} jodi.org>,

>        "Natalie Bookchin" <bookchin {AT} calarts.edu>

> Subject: invitation to respond to this net.art/net.criticism text of brian caroll

> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2001 14:21:18 +1100

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> dear all, I think this is an interesting posting of

> brian caroll, relating net.art and net.criticism

> in a somewhat different way, writing ideas in

> code. if you ask me it's much more intelligent

> than the brutal machine language of integer.

> nettime has been pretty much dead for these

> issues because of the never ending issue of

> moderation. slowly the (bigger) nettime gang

> is trying to find new openings, getting rid of this

> eternal dilemma of noise and content/

> filtering versus open lists. this address is:

> nettime {AT} bbs.thing.net or

> nettime-l {AT} bbs.thing.net


> best from canberra,


> geert

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