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OVO zine online

online editions of the OVO zine, published from 1987. OVO was the first to publish several essays by Hakim Bey that later appeared in his book T.A.Z. The Temporary Autonomous Zone. OVO published work by Mike Diana long before his work drew the attention of State and Federal employees. Photographs of body piercing appeared in OVO two years before the Modern Primitives issue of Re/Search. The phrase 'phone tag' appears in print for the first time in the first issue of OVO. 'Liberating Wednesday' by PM, author of bolo'bolo, appears here for the first (and only) time; this is nearly a decade before and fifty-two times more radical a suggestion than today's 'Buy Nothing Day.' Crop circles and the Men in Black are referenced at a time when they were still obscure. The first appearance of Ride Theory in print occurs in Ignatz Topolino's contribution to OVO. And OVO was aware enough of the outer edges of scientific ethics to mention gene patents in the same year they first were granted.

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Lessig's seminar - video copy

Lawrence Lessig held a lecture about creativity and copyright and digital rights management at the Hans Christian Andersen Academy at the University of Southern Denmark. A video of the lecture is now online at: http://media.sdu.dk/hca2004/hca1.wmv In the seminar he speaks about: remixing culture, both digitally and not; creative commons copyright http://creativecommons.org/; atmo.se online videos http://www.atmo.se; Brewster Kahle and the internet book archive project http://www.archive.org/texts/texts.php
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LABS - Leonardo Abstracts Service

LABS is a comprehensive database of abstracts of Ph.d, Masters and MFA theses in the emerging intersection between art, science and technology. Persons who have received advanced degress in arts (visual, sound, performing, text), computer sciences, the sciences and/or technology which in some way investigate philosophical, historical, critical or applications of science or technology to the arts are invited to submit an abstract of their thesis for publication consideration in this database. visit http://leonardolabs.pomona.edu/ for details and to submit your work

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artist biographies / profiles

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this section of the site contains music and arts artist biographies

bloc creativity and new technology forum

BLOC is the art and technology agency for Wales. The website contains a wealth of information such as news, calls for submissions, events and projects happening around Wales and United Kingdom. http://www.bloc.org.uk

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Vibewire's youth info site for upcoming federal election

Vibewire.net have created a website for young voters interested in finding out more about the upcoming federal election's political parties, policies and opinions on the election issues, with the hope of assisting them to make an informed decision come voting day. http://www.electionTracker.net will feature news, interviews and opinion pieces from young writers from every state and territory, Q+As with notable politicians and candidates, enrolment and parliamentary background info, policy overviews, "electionSlacker", a section devoted to the lighter side of the campaign, discussion forums and more.

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the electromagnetic internet

Ever wanted to know more about electronics and electro magnetism? http://www.electronetwork.org is the place to go to improve your education. The mail list is also worth a look with it's informative and interesting articles. The aim of the site is to raise public awareness of electromagnetic matter, energy, & in-formation in everyday life. There are simple and innovative projects for you to try at home such as making electronic jewellery, a circuit board log plus more.

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Dream Sequence - harvesting dreams into a digital film

The Dream Sequence is a unique, interactive digital film project, produced and directed by Christopher Kenworthy. Dreams are harvested from around the world, one is chose and then made into a digital film. The completed film will be screened on the dream sequence website in late August 2004, and used to stimulate further dreams through a technique known as 'incubation'. visit http://www.thedreamsequence.com for details

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