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nettime's_barcode_reader on Sun, 23 May 1999 19:06:40 +0200 (CEST)


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{ brad brace } <bbrace {AT} ncal.verio.com>
          Re: <nettime> The 12hr ISBN-JPEG Project
          Re: The 12hr ISBN-JPEG Project

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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 18:25:20 -0700 (PDT)
From: { brad brace } <bbrace {AT} ncal.verio.com>
To: Douglas Bagnall <douglas {AT} paradise.net.nz>
cc: nettime-l {AT} Desk.nl
Subject: Re: <nettime> The 12hr ISBN-JPEG Project

"We computer cops have names for your kind of people. Digital panarchies.
Segmented, polycephalous, integrated influence networks."  (bs)


On Sat, 22 May 1999, Douglas Bagnall wrote:


The_12hr-ISBN-JPEG_Project                     since 1994 <<<

>     episodic          ftp://ftp.wco.com/pub/users/bbrace <
>    eccentric          ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/bb/bbrace <
>   continuous         ftp://ftp.teleport.com/users/bbrace <
>  hypermodern        ftp://ftp.rdrop.com/pub/users/bbrace <
> imagery online   ftp://ftp.pacifier.com/pub/users/bbrace <

Usenet News://alt.binaries.pictures.12hr/ a.b.p.fine-art.misc
Mailing-list: listserv {AT} netcom.com / subscribe 12hr-isbn-jpeg
Reverse Solidus: http://www.teleport.com/~bbrace/bbrace.html

{ brad brace }  <<<< bbrace {AT} netcom.com >>>>  ~finger for pgp

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 07:13:57 -0700 (PDT)
From: { brad brace } <bbrace {AT} ncal.verio.com>
To: nettime-l {AT} Desk.nl
cc: list {AT} rhizome.com
Subject: Re: The 12hr ISBN-JPEG Project

Quite often he came across bits and pieces of imagery that were of poetic
interest. He would pass the images on to the net. The really big network
databases, with their armies of search engines, indexers, and catalogs,
had some very arcane interests. The net machines would never pay for data,
because the global information networks were non-commercial. But the net
machines were very polite, and had excellent net etiquette. They returned
a favour for a favour, and since they were machines with excellent,
enormous memories, they never forgot a good deed. (bs)


The_12hr-ISBN-JPEG_Project                     since 1994 <<<

>     episodic          ftp://ftp.wco.com/pub/users/bbrace <
>    eccentric          ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/bb/bbrace <
>   continuous         ftp://ftp.teleport.com/users/bbrace <
>  hypermodern        ftp://ftp.rdrop.com/pub/users/bbrace <
> imagery online   ftp://ftp.pacifier.com/pub/users/bbrace <

Usenet News://alt.binaries.pictures.12hr/ a.b.p.fine-art.misc
Mailing-list: listserv {AT} netcom.com / subscribe 12hr-isbn-jpeg
Reverse Solidus: http://www.teleport.com/~bbrace/bbrace.html

{ brad brace }  <<<< bbrace {AT} netcom.com >>>>  ~finger for pgp

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