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>Table of Contents:
>
>   HAL 2001: Call for Participation                                                
>     Gerrit Hiddink <grit {AT} dnd.utwente.nl>                                            
>
>   Snow Blossom House Open: Online Show                                            
>     anne-marie <amschle {AT} cadre.sjsu.edu>                                             
>
>   Ann.: Wizards of OS conference #2                                               
>     Florian Cramer <paragram {AT} gmx.net>                                               
>
>   Announcement of invitation to Translation Karaoke at the ICA                    
>     "Twenteenth Century" <saul {AT} twenteenthcentury.com>                               
>
>   Culture Jammers Network: America's true colors will fly on July 4th             
>     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                
>
>   Future Bodies Conference, Cologne 28 June-01 July 2001                          
>     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                
>
>   [plug in] databodies/cloners/tracenoizers/viewfinders                           
>     knowbotic research <krcf {AT} khm.de>                                                
>
>   SMALL NARRATIVES: UNREAL PRESENCE                                               
>     "SMART Project Space" <tom {AT} smartprojectspace.net>                               
>
>                                                                                   
>     integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk                                                         
>
>   SEAFair 2001/Society and Genomic Culture                                        
>     Kalina Bunevska Isakovska <kalina {AT} scca.org.mk>                                  
>
>   data aura                                                                       
>     aurora {AT} easynet.co.uk (Sarah Thompson)                                           
>
>   mediaterra .01                                                                  
>     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                
>
>   Crea e diffondi musica in modo libero: mp3 contest 2001!                        
>     "Tommaso Tozzi" <t.tozzi {AT} ecn.org>                                               
>
>   NAZI~LINE: program & campaign are hitting a raw nerve in germany                
>     NAZI~LINE ~PR <play {AT} ubermorgen.com>                                             
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 08:54:36 +0200 (CEST)
>From: Gerrit Hiddink <grit {AT} dnd.utwente.nl>
>Subject: HAL 2001: Call for Participation
>
>                        CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
>
>                        HACKERS AT LARGE 2001
>
>                       http://www.hal2001.org/
>
>
>Hackers at Large (HAL) 2001 promises to be this year's hacker's event
>not to miss.  From August 10-12, people from all over the world will
>converge on the campus of the University of Twente in the Netherlands
>for the open-air event.
>
>The Program Committee invites proposals for speakers, panels,
>tutorials and special sessions. To submit a proposal, visit 
>http://www.hal2001.org/hal/03Topics/07CFP/ .
>
>
>THE VENUE
>
>The University of Twente is 2 1/2 hours by train from Amsterdam.  HAL 
>will set up pavillions outdoors, and use indoor classrooms for some
>sessions.  An open-air theatre is also available.  The entire
>conference location will be covered by wireless and wired networking.
>Attendees may camp on the Twente grounds, stay in on-site housing, or
>stay at off-site hotels.
>
>THEMES
>
>Conference topics include, but are not limited to:
>        - biometric technologies
>        - digital rights management
>        - closing the gap between hacker generations
>        - computer security & digital privacy
>        - weird science: creative applications of technology
>
>
>
>TYPES OF PRESENTATIONS
>
>HAL will feature many types of events.  Campus classrooms and other
>locations will be used for presentations, panels and debates.  The
>outdoor pavillion will feature areas for group meetings, displays, and
>smaller presentations, discussions and tutorials.  The outdoor theatre
>will be available for artistic endeavours and events that won't fit
>inside.
>
>The Program Committee is scheduling dozens of sessions with speakers
>and panalists from around the world.  Session formats include:
>
>- - Speakers.  Speakers will be given 20 or 50 minutes, and may be asked
>to be part of a panel or other type of session.
>
>- - Panels.  Panels of 2 to 10 people are invited to debate, share their
>expertise, and discuss.
>
>- - Tutorials.  Do you have skills or knowledge to share?  Teach it to
>other HAL participants.  Tutorials may range from 5 to 500
>participants, and the most popular ones may be repeated.
>
>- - Demonstrations.  Hacks, ideas, products and skills can be
>demonstrated.
>
>- - Special sessions.  Do you have other ideas or proposals?  Let's hear
>it!
>
>In addition, smaller and less formally arranged sessions can be
>planned before or during the conference.  Daily updates on these
>events will be publicized at HAL.
>
>
>EVERYONE'S A SPEAKER AT HAL
>
>Formal sessions are only part of the experience.  HAL participants
>should plan on sharing their ideas and expertise with other
>participants.  This can happen through unplanned gatherings and
>debates, contests, games, etc.  The local area network will make it
>easy to communicate with others and set up ad-hoc technical events.
>
>
>HOW TO PROPOSE
>
>If you have an idea for a speaker, panel, tutorial or other session,
>visit http://www.hal2001.org/hal/03Topics/07CFP to submit a proposal 
>form.  You will get immediate confirmation your proposal was received,
>and will hear whether your proposal was accepted within a few weeks.
>
>If you have an idea, but don't want to be the speaker (or don't know
>who to invite), submit a proposal form anyway.  The Program Committee
>can work to make your idea a reality!
>
>
>CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP
>
>Corporate tent- and table space is available, and corporate members
>are urged to purchase Business Tickets to HAL. If you are interested
>in becoming a corporate sponsor or deploying corporate activities in
>our tent, submit a session proposal form or contact grit {AT} hal2001.org
>
>
>DEADLINES
>
>The Program Committee is already working on the conference
>schedule.  Proposals will be accepted up until the last minute,
>but for the best chance of being accepted, proposals should be
>submitted by July 1.
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 21:58:30 -0700
>From: anne-marie <amschle {AT} cadre.sjsu.edu>
>Subject: Snow Blossom House Open: Online Show
>
>
>http://www.fiftyfifty.org/snowblossom/
>http://www.opensorcery.net/projects.html
>
>***Snow Blossom House Open: Online Show***
>
>Snow Blossom House is a collection of erotic interactive art, digital anime
>dolls, 3-D creatures, and H-games selected by an avid otaku-fem. Snow
>Blossom House is a place to feel the chill of cold hard pornography in the
>midst of a blinding pink snow petal rain. Snow Blossom House breathes in
>and exhales the romantic fantasies of fifteen year old Japanese girls who
>build web sites like "Carrot House" and "Strawberry House" to house their
>favorite anime characters and home drawn KiSS dolls.  Snow Blossom girls
>construct their own Snow Blossom boy-dolls to undress--pale thin Goth boys
>with pretty dark clothes, anime boys, and sulky action heroes. Snow Blossom
>girls like to strip and dress up other girls. They like to pretend to be
>non-human, to grow tails, fur, and octopus arms. Snow Blossom House is a
>boy pervert protagonist in an all girls' high school, or a young hacker
>girl locked alone in her room secretly playing her brother's hentai games.
>Snow Blossom House is willful immersion into a world of uncanny cuteness
>and sweet dark dreams.
>
>Snow Blossom House features new pieces by Entropy8zuper, Melinda Klayman,
>Meta, Dominatrix and  recent work by other artists and game developers
>including Francesca da Rimini, Kim Galvas, Playskins, and Wilfried Agricola
>de Cologne. Snow Blossom House also features new writing by Blackhawk,  who
>is known as the first critic to "make contact" with the international KiSS
>community of electronic paper doll makers. Blackhawk's text "The Art of
>KiSS" includes a manifesto for how the KiSS system of doll creation and
>exchange could be adventageously adopted by the net art community in
>general.
>
>Snow Blossom House opens in conjunction with the Sonar01  Festival in
>Barcelona Spain, June 14, 15 and 16 and  Snow Blossom offline is on display
>at Sonar01 as part of Fiftyfifty Frontline.
>
>Participating Artists and Game Developers:
>Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, Steve Stone, Francesca da Rimini, Michael
>Grimm, Ricardo Dominguez, Entropy8zuper, Meta, Playskins, Dominatrix, Kim
>Galvas, Ewigkeit, Melinda Klayman, Anna Mae, Pixis, Milky House, Excellents
>Japan, Auric Vision, Blackdragon, C's ware
>
>Snow Blossom House is curated by Anne-Marie Schleiner.
>
>http://www.fiftyfifty.org/snowblossom/
>http://www.opensorcery.net/projects.html
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 18:34:41 +0200
>From: Florian Cramer <paragram {AT} gmx.net>
>Subject: Ann.: Wizards of OS conference #2
>
>
>
>Subject: press release: Wizards Of OS 2
>From: Wizard of OS <presse {AT} wizards-of-os.org>
>
>Wizards of OS 2
>Open Cultures & Free Knowledge
>
>International Conference at the
>House of World Cultures Berlin
>11-13 October, 2001
>
>http://wizards-of-os.org/
>
>
>The three day conference "Wizards of Operating Systems 2" addresses
>a broad audience interested in digital media culture and the future
>of the knowledge society. It will bring together about 50 German and
>international speakers and up to 1000 participants for presentations,
>discussions, tutorials, artistic contributions and informal discourse.
>
>organized by
>
>mikro e.V., Berlin
>http://mikro.org/
>
>the Federal Office for Political Education, Bonn
>http://www.bpb.de/
>
>and the Working Group on Informatics & Society at Humboldt University
>Berlin http://waste.informatik.hu-berlin.de/
>
>
>in cooperation with
>
>Chaos Computer Club Berlin, C-Base Berlin, Debian Project, Berliner
>Linux User Group, German Unix User Group, V2_Lab for the Unstable
>Media Rotterdam, De Waag -- Society for Old and New Media Amsterdam,
>Telepolis, Linux-Magazin, De:Bug and others
>
>
>
>### CONCEPT ###
>
>"To defend the freedom of knowledge is probably the most important
>task facing us in the future," said Prof. Norbert Szyperski, a leading
>micro-economist, at the Wizards of OS 1.
>
>In the "knowledge society", questions related to the production,
>distribution, archiving and usage of software-based knowledge become
>pivotal. Among computer operating systems -- as GNU/Linux and others
>have proven -- free, open solutions are a real alternative to
>proprietary, closed products. But what about the other building blocks
>of the "knowledge society"?
>
>Radio frequencies, standards and protocols, search engines and archives,
>school and universities, libraries and museums, public broadcasting
>and the knowledge of public administration -- don't these things also
>have the character of an infrastructure, of "operating systems of the
>knowledge society", as well? How free or unfree are each of these? We
>need an environmentalism of the digital knowledge environment (James
>Boyle) with a political economy of "intellectual property" at its
>core. How much "knowledge as commodity" can we afford? How much public
>knowledge do we need?
>
>The second WOS conference intends to explore routes to an open culture
>of free knowledge. It will focus on the changes in the conditions of
>intellectual creation of all kinds, the mediation of its results and
>their collaborative continued development. How accessible, transparent,
>participatory and extensible are any of the various infrastructural
>layers? "Intellectual property" has a powerful lobby, but who will stand
>up for the rights of common knowledge?
>
>
>
>### MAIN TOPICS ###
>
>
>*** Free Software ***
>
>What is the current state of the concept of free software following its
>adoption by big corporations and public administrations and after the
>roller coaster ride on the tech-heavy markets such as the Nasdaq and the
>Neuer Markt? Representatives from HP, IBM and others offer their views
>on what to many remains an unanswered question: How can you make money
>with free software?
>
>
>*** Among Equals ***
>
>Napster and SETI {AT} Home have brought peer-to-peer networking to the fore.
>P2P currently supports communities of scientists, technicians and
>journalists in the generation, collection and filtering of knowledge.
>Can we speak yet of a general shift from competition to cooperation?
>
>
>*** Biotechnology ***
>
>The human genome is being explored by the international community of
>scientists racing against biotech corporations -- some to further public
>knowledge, others to protect exploitable private knowledge. Biomaterial
>and knowledge from patients and ethnic groups is being expropriated
>and patented. Are open source genetics and fair trade agreements an
>alternative?
>
>
>*** The Legal Ordering of Knowledge ***
>
>Global information flows challenge nation-state-based regulation
>of copyright, patents and trademark law and tend ever more towards
>harmonization. The technical implementation of property claims
>hard-codes them into the operating system and at the same time creates
>new opportunities for zoning. What about the right of public access -- a
>necessary prerequisite for innovation -- that is supposed to be equally
>protected by many national laws?
>
>
>*** Not For Sale: Public Knowledge ***
>
>Libraries, museums, schools, universities and public broadcasting store
>and nurture the wealth of common knowledge. Today, public knowledge
>resources often appear as luxury goods that in a time of tightened
>budgets might just as well be economized -- or even more: delegated for
>profit-oriented cultivation by the private sector. But how does this
>compare with what the German Constitutional Court called the public
>mandate for a basic provision of information?
>
>
>*** Knowledge Transfer Among Rich and Poor ***
>
>Has the promise of free software furthered the self-determination of the
>South, or countered the growth of the Digital Divide?
>
>
>
>### SPEAKERS ###
>
>The complete list of currently confirmed speakers is at
>http://wizards-of-os.org Here, a few highlights:
>
>
>Bruce Perens
>Open Source Manager at Hewlett Packard, Berkeley CA
>
>Arthur L. Holden
>Chairman and CEO First Genetic Trust, Inc., Deerfield, IL
>
>Thomas Krueger
>President of the Federal Office for Political Education, Bonn
>
>Rusty Foster
>developer of the P2P system Kuro5hin.org, San Francisco
>
>Hansjuergen Garstka
>Privacy and Information Access Commissioner of the State of Berlin,
>Germany
>
>Cori Hayden
>Expert on bioprospecting, biodiversity and pharmaceutical
>commercialization agreements, Cambridge, UK
>
>Lawrence Lessig
>Cyberlaw Expert, Stanford University
>
>Frank Rieger
>Chaos Computer Club and gate5 AG, specialist for geographical
>information systems, Berlin
>
>Thomas Macho
>Professor of Cultural Studies at Humboldt University Berlin
>
>Tim Hubbard
>Head of Human Sequence Analysis at the Sanger Centre and Joint Head
>of the open source genome annotation project Ensembl, a joint project
>between the Sanger Centre and the European Bioinformatics Institute,
>Cambridge UK
>
>Brigitte Zypries
>Under-Secretary at the Federal Ministry of the Interior, in charge of
>the eGovernment projects of the Federal Government, Berlin
>
>Brian McConnell
>SETI {AT} Home, San Francisco
>
>
>
>
>### THE WIZARDS OF OS 1 ###
>
>The first WOS conference in July 1999 focused primarily on free software
>and the open, highly distributed, collaborative process in which it is
>created.
>
>More than 600 members of the science, technology, business and art
>communities came together in the House of World Cultures in Berlin to
>talk about the foundations of the computer-based culture. Since then, a
>series of workshops and seminars have addressed computer science, legal,
>political, artistic and philosophical facets of the field of topics.
>
>
>
>### WOS 1 IN THE PRESS ###
>
>"All in all, one can certainly call the first 'Wizards of OS'
>conference, the first in a series of related events, a milestone in the
>history of the open source movement." (c't)
>
>"This could be the most important event in years." (Wau Holland, CCC
>pioneer in Wired News)
>
>"An important conference because it was not a typical software special
>interest conference but dealt much more generally with the social,
>political and economic meaning of software, licensing, intellectual
>property rights and copyright." (Junge Welt)
>
>"At a recent Berlin conference 'The Wizard of OS -- Open Sources and
>Free Software', the techno-intellectuals from the open source movement
>made it clear that they are not only interested in technology, but also
>and especially in politics." (Sueddeutsche Zeitung)
>
>
>
>### CONTACTS ###
>
>If you would like to know more, you can find up-to-date information at
>http://wizards-of-os.org/.
>
>You can receive monthly updates by signing up to the mailing list
>wos-announce {AT} mikrolisten.de. Send a mail to majordom {AT} eg-r.isp-eg.de with
>"subscribe wos-announce" in the body.
>
>Please address general questions to presse {AT} wizards-of-os.org and
>questions on topics and organization to wos-crew {AT} mikrolisten.de.
>
>If you no longer wish to receive any further information about Wizards
>of OS 2, please send a brief message to presse {AT} wizards-of-os.org. Your
>address will then be removed from the list. Otherwise, you will receive
>three more press releases via this distribution list until October.
>
>Wizards of OS
>
>Thomas Thaler, WOS Press
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 23:18:33 +0100
>From: "Twenteenth Century" <saul {AT} twenteenthcentury.com>
>Subject: Announcement of invitation to Translation Karaoke at the ICA
>
>Dear Nettime,
>
>You are cordially invited to try your hand at Translation Karaoke.
>
>On Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th June, as part of the ICA's London/Berlin
>season Twenteenth Century are offering a piece of Battenburg/Victoria Sponge
>Translation Cake to anyone daring enough to lay down some Berlin style
>tunes.
>
>Try our translation service and have a sneak preview of our cardboard truck
>at http://www.twenteenthcentury.com/berlin
>
>If you come on Sunday you are ALL very welcome at a Truckers BBQ at our
>studio in Limehouse (Dress: checked shirts and piles).
>
>Hope to see you there,
>
>Saul.
>
>
>Twenteenth Century
>Boxing Club
>Limehouse Town Hall
>646 Commercial Road
>London
>E14 7HA
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 07:20:48 +1000
>From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
>Subject: Culture Jammers Network: America's true colors will fly on July 4th
>
>From: "Culture Jammers Network" <jammers {AT} adbusters.org>
>Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 9:03 PM
>Subject: America's true colors will fly on July 4th
>
>500 Corporate America flags raise the alarm on Independence Day
>
>Jammers,
>
>This July 4th, Independence Day, 500 Corporate America flags will be
>raised in over 200 cities across the US and around the world. The
>"Brands and Bands" will replace the "Stars and Stripes" outside
>Starbucks and Blockbuster, at the gates of US embassies in Canada and
>Sweden, and at the US-Mexico border. The flags will fly at a US
>Military Academy and at the G8 Summit in Geneva. One will burn in
>Kansas.
>
>Making sure his whole neighborhood gets the message, a man in Arvada,
>Colorado will paint the Corporate flag on the side of his house.
>
>And that's not all...
>
>In New York City, a 600 square foot flag will be displayed on a
>billboard just off Times Square.
>
>Find out where the flag will be flying in your area by checking out
>our Independence Day Flag Jam website
>http://adbusters.org/campaigns/july4/. Send accounts of your Flag Jam
>activities to july4 {AT} adbusters.org.
>
>>From the staff and volunteers at Adbusters
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 10:10:49 +1000
>From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
>Subject: Future Bodies Conference, Cologne 28 June-01 July 2001
>
>Conference at the Academy of Media Arts, Cologne
>
>FUTURE BODIES 28 June - 01 July 2001
>Morphologies; Artistic Representations; Techniques of Images in Science and
>Fiction
>
>http://gender.khm.de/futurebodies/
>
>The Body I will have been .
>
>Symposium centred around Gender|Media at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne
>in cooperation with the International Marie-Jahoda-Chair at the
>Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
>
>There is a lot of talk about future bodies, interchangeable genders and
>posthuman subjects. According to the general trend of ideas, this is all
>because the new technologies are threatening to bring about fundamental
>change or indeed are already doing so. But if you take a quick look into the
>world of the new media in practice (net projects, websites, computer games,
>CD-ROM projects) there is less cause for concern. The men and the women are
>still there for all to see, the one with muscular bodies and the others with
>breasts.
>
>So what is this new thing, this other thing which is starting to take shape
>supposed to be? What in fact could it be? Is it perhaps to be found lurking
>behind the façade of these images, in places where nobody has looked for it
>yet? Are the shifts in the morphology of bodies so subtle that they have not
>yet become apparent? Or should we take these 'Future Bodies' as a masquerade
>that promises something they do not hold?
>
>If we assume that the genetic code is now staking a hegemonic claim to truth
>in place of the laws of physics or the binary code of information
>technology, then bodies ­ and with them their subjects ­ have met their
>material and epistemelogical limits. How in the context of this biological
>power, can identities be generated which are co-ordinated through seeing,
>perceiving and knowing? How can the relationship between mental and
>technical images be determined? How are these new bodies being introduced by
>science and fiction? How do they come to be seen by us? And what do these
>images and bodies actually show us ­ bodies we have not yet seen, but which
>we will turn out always to have been already?
>
>FUTURE BODIES has invited artists, art historians and media theorists to
>discuss their ideas, visualisations, questions and possible answers.
>
>Program:
>
>Thursday 28  OPENING
>
>20  Marie-Luise Angerer & Zoë Sofoulis
> Anna Munster Returns of the Diminishing Body
> Michele Barker Digital Physicalities
> (Sydney, Australia)
>
>Friday 29  MORPHOLOGIES
> Presented by: Marie-Luise Angerer
>
>10.00  Zoë Sofoulis (Univ. of Western Sydney, Australia current
>Marie-Jahoda-Chair, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum)
>Cyborgs and Other Hybrids. The Human, the Non- Human and the
>Sociotechnical
>
>11.00  Verena Kuni (Univ. Mainz)
>Trans/Gender Utopias vs. Corpo-Realities
>
>12.00  Yvonne Volkart (Zürich)
>Virtual Identities. Femininity as a Metaphor for the
>
>Post-Human
>
>LUNCHBREAK
>
>Friday 29  ARTISTIC REPRESENTATIONS
>  Presented by: Kathrin Peters
>
>14.30  Hanne Loreck (Berlin)
>Bodies which we will not have been. Allegorical Configurations in
>Contemporary Art.
>
>16.30  Ilka Becker (Cologne)
>Between images, bodies and environments. Atmosphere in art photography
>
>Opening of the MEDIA-LOUNGE
>selected by Rike Frank (Wien)
>
>20.00  Jane Goodall (University of Western Sydney,  Australia)
>The Future Body and the Fin de Siècle
>Presented by: Zoë Sofoulis
>
>Saturday 30  TECHNIQUES OF IMAGES IN SCIENCE
>Presented by: Ilka Becker
>
>10.00  Claudia Reiche (Hamburg)
>The Visible Human Project. Introduction to an obscene Body of Images
>
>11.00  Simon Ruf (Berlin)
>Superhumans. Elements of a Genealogy of the Cyborg
>
>12.00  Christopher Kelty & Hannah Landecker (Rice University, Houston,
>Texas)
>Experimental Microcinematography, or how to not see what is there.
>
>LUNCHBREAK
>
>Saturday 30  TECHNIQUES OF IMAGES IN FICTION
>Presented by: Kathrin Peters
>
>14.30  Gabriele Werner ( HZK, Humboldt-Univ. Berlin)
>Sabine's lips. Image Processing and the Processing  of Semantic Surpluses
>
>15.30  Ulrike Bergermann (Univ. Paderborn)
>Wilmut's 'Dolly', Jeunet's 'Ripley': Representations of Genes in Science and
>Fiction 1997
>
>COFFEE BREAK
>
>17.00 Final Panel
>Presented by: Zoë Sofoulis & Marie-Luise Angerer
>
>Sunday 01
>
>10.00  Brunch
>
>During the symposium a simultaneous translation from German into English is
>available.
>
>The MEDIA-LOUNGE is located in the 1st floor Overstolzenhaus, Rheingasse
>6-8, and is open from 29.6. to 1.7.2001 10am-6pm.
>
>Please enrol for the symposium or write to KMW-Sekretariat, Kunsthochschule
>für Medien, Peter-Welter-Platz 2, D-50676 Köln, Tel. +49 221 20189-130 Fax
>+49 221 20189-230
>
>Location:
>Overstolzenhaus - lecture theatre and garden, Rheingasse 6-8
>Academy of Media Arts, Peter-Welter-Platz 2, 50676 Cologne,
>Tel. +49 221 20189-0
>
>Conceived and organised by:
>Prof. Dr. Marie-Luise Angerer (Academy of Media Arts)
>Prof. Dr. Zoë Sofoulis (current International Marie-Jahoda-Chair at the
>Ruhr-Universität in Bochum), with the assistance of: Kathrin Peters (Academy
>of Media Arts)
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 12:09:14 +0200
>From: knowbotic research <krcf {AT} khm.de>
>Subject: [plug in] databodies/cloners/tracenoizers/viewfinders
>
>
>
>ART Basel, June 2001, Liste 01, 11.-17.6., Burgweg Basel, 13h-21h
>[plug in]
>_is an internationally oriented pilot project initiating, sponsoring and 
>mediating innovation in the expansion
>of artistic interaction with new media. [plug in] decentralizes the concept 
>of curatorship with network agents,
>who plug projects into our online and offline program. Our network agents 
>for 2001 are Annette Schindler,
>Orlando Fleury, Yvonne Volkart, Michael Pfister and Rafael Koch.
>
>Eventmodul::anonymous.databody.muttering / by knowbotic research (Zurich / 
>Cologne)
>_addresses the phenomenon of our digital identity. knowbotic research 
>builds data bodies from the many personal
>traces we leave when using forms of digital communication. In this 
>installation, visitors can activate the databodies
>of several ART Basel -participants, while these data streams in turn 
>trigger acoustic and optical signals, and thus provide a
>spacial experience. http://io.khm.de/databody/
>live stream 13h-21h mez
>TraceNoizer. Disinformation on Demand/ by LAN
>_Protect your databody  clone it. Professional cloning assistance by 
>TraceNoizer creators. TraceNoizer provides a
>tool, which enables the users to clone their databodies, multiply their 
>userprofile and thus anonymize oneself online.
>http://www.tracenoizer.org
>Clone-it ! (featuring LAN and knowbotic research)
>All databodies of the ART Basel participants get cloned and protected 
>during the week of the Art Fair.
>http://clone-it.org
>
>Viewfinder / by Blast Theory (London)
>_promises  but ultimately withholds  a glimpse of an intimate scene: the 
>inviting openness of a large projection
>leads the visitor to a private view through a camera in which erotic images 
>are obscured and fragmented.
>Filmed continuously over 24 hours using a time-lapse technique, Viewfinder 
>juxtaposes the everyday with the porno-graphic.
>With its reference to webcams and surveillance technology, the piece poses 
>questions about mediation,
>selfreflection and the voyeuristic impulse. http://www.blasttheory.co.uk
>
>location of the installations
>Liste 01, 11.-17.6., Burgweg Basel, 13h-21h
>
>- --------------------------------
>Knowbotic Research
>IO_dencies http://io.khm.de
>connective force attack http://h---h.de
>Klosbachstrasse 45,
>CH 8032 Zuerich
>tel/fax +41-1-2616412
>mobil +41-76-5806412
>- --------------------------------
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 13:37:35 +0200
>From: "SMART Project Space" <tom {AT} smartprojectspace.net>
>Subject: SMALL NARRATIVES: UNREAL PRESENCE
>
>SMART Project Space | 1e Constantijn Huygensstraat 20, Amsterdam
>
>requests the pleasure of your company at the exhibition opening of:
>
>SMALL NARRATIVES: UNREAL PRESENCE | Mark Bain, Elisabetha Benassi, Voebe de
>Gruyter, Stephanie Kratz, Jacqueline Pennell, Hideyuki Sawayanagi, Yokomizo
>Shizuka | Curated by Samuel-Fuyumi Namioka.
>
>Saturday June 16, 21.00 hours - late | After opening party with deejay
>Arnold.
>
>Who is the third who walks always beside you?
>When I count, there are only you and I together
>But when I look ahead up the white road
>There is always another one walking beside you
>Gliding wrap in a brown mantle, hooded
>I do not know whether a man or a woman
>- - But who is that on the other side of you?
>(T.S. Eliot, The Waste Land)
>
>Even as we step into a new millennium, many spectres we inherited from the
>last century are still haunting us. Though postmodern doubt has proceeded to
>rid itself of what the French philosopher Jean-François Lyotard has called
>'grand narritives', (such universal categories as History, Truth, Art,
>etc.), they are still persisting in the present as shadows of our thoughts
>and actions. Such ghosts of history also exist in the small narratives of
>our daily lives, as expressed in the above quoted lines of T.S. Eliot. The
>text is inspired by the account of an Antarctic expedition. Eliot explains
>in his original note: "It was related that the party of explorers, at the
>extremity of their strength, had the constant delusion that there was one
>more member then could actually be counted". This awareness of an unreal
>presence could be thought of as the testimony of an otherworldly existence
>in our physical world, but it could also be attributed to causes of
>psychological nature. Feeling the presence of an absent person can occur for
>example after somebody has died, or can be caused by a delirious state of
>being. But there are many other forms of shadow lives that live among us.
>The power of memory to transport us out of the present to people and places
>long past plays an important role in experiences of unreal presence. It is
>related to a notion of time that is not linear, but opens up a spatial
>simultaneity in which unrelated events become connected and exist together.
>Sometimes memories can be more real then the present as the French writer
>Marcel Proust experienced. In Remembrance of Things Past he relived his own
>past through the act of writing. As happened with Proust upon dipping a
>Madeleine in tea, it is the seemingly insignificant objects and events that
>can become a doorway to past times. The works in this exhibition survey
>different aspects of such experiences of unreal presence in the small
>narratives of daily life.
>
>SMALL NARRATIVES: UNREAL PRESENCE is sponsored by: Gemeente Amsterdam,
>Mondriaan Stichting, Mentrum, Brand Bier, Beam Systems, Yakult Europe BV
>
>SMART Project Space | www.smartprojectspace.net
>Exhibition Space: 1e Constantijn Huygensstraat 20
>Office: Keizersgracht 720, NL-1017 EW Amsterdam
>Mail to: P.O.Box 15004, NL-1001 MA Amsterdam
>Phone: +31 20 427.5951 / 427.5952
>Phone/fax.: +31 20 420.6028
>Email: info {AT} smartprojectspace.net
>
>If this e-mail was forwarded to you by way of someone other then SMART
>Project Space, and you would appreciate to receive further mailings
>announcing exhibitions at SMART Project Space, you can send mail to
>info {AT} smartprojectspace.net with the following command in the body of your
>email message: "subscribe e-mailing SPS"
>
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>mail to info {AT} smartprojectspace.net with the following command in the body of
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>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 23:26:27 +0200 (CEST)
>From: integer {AT} www.god-emil.dk
>
>
>bon zo!r bon zo!r
>
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>merc! merc!
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>        \/\ n2+o - bulet!n 
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>        letz.b!ozkulpt - 01 recipe 4 disaster - nn.sonar.01.m9ndfzzp
>                         http://www.membank.org/sonar.01
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>        nn.dollz.foto - http://www.ciberpais.elpais.es/d/20010614/ocio/portada.htm
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>        net[SS]daq - the veryvery 1st + veryverygoodnet.art financial board
>                   - realtime art quotes 4 01.nz favorite +\- 99 prozent
>                    .net art impostors.  01 projekt by nn + okz!dent satellites
>
>                     http://membank.org/net[ss]daq/
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>        genetrade - the communists say: comrade lovers, for your health's sake
>                    TRADE FREELY!!!!!!    - http://www.membank.org/genetrade
>                                            http://genetrade.org/tradefreel!
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>        fl.garden - FLEKZ!BLE LIKUID GARDEN - nautical m9ndfzzp 
>                    http://membank.org/fl.garden/
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>        242.adc~  - http://www.eusocial.com/242.adc
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>        nn.interbzzp - 4 the dokumentary `Neue Kraft, Neues Werk` 
>                       also present = Laurie Anderson, Sadie Plant, ....
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>        nn.interbzzp - 4 www.canalweb.es
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>        nn.interbzzp - with Cornelia Sollfrank because `i love phantoms`
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>1001 ventuze
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>    /_/
>                          /
>             \            \/       i should like to be a human plant
>            \/       __
>                    __/
>                                   i will shed leaves in the shade
>        \_\                        because i like stepping on bugs
>
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>
>*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--
>Netochka Nezvanova                   nezvanova {AT} eusocial.com
>                                    http://www.eusocial.com
>                                  http://www.biohakc.com
>                                http://www.ggttctttat.com/!
>I am not Greta Garbo!!!       http://steim.nl/leaves/petalz
>*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*--*-- --*--*--*--*--*--*--
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>------------------------------
>
>Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 10:46:54 +0200
>From: Kalina Bunevska Isakovska <kalina {AT} scca.org.mk>
>Subject: SEAFair 2001/Society and Genomic Culture
>
>SEAFair 2001, 15  - 20 June 2001
>Skopje Electronic Arts Fair
>
>Society and Genomic Culture 
>
>Location: Museum of Contemporary Arts
>
>Organizer: Contemporary Art Center Skopje
>
>Suported by: Foundation Open Society Institute Macedonia, Ministry of Culture of Macedonia, Embassy of USA in Macedonia, PROHELVETIA Arts Council of Switzerland, Goethe Institute Belgrade, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Macedonian Academy of Science and Art
>
>SKOPJE ELECTRONIC ART FAIR (SEAFair) http://seafair.scca.org.mk/ represents a focal point on the Balkans, in regard to applying new technologies in art projects. In the fifth year of SEAFair titled as Society and Genomic Culture CAC concentrates at investigating the implications of the development of bio-technology and genetics (GM Food, Human Genome Project, etc.), as well as the implications of the cross connections between these fields and the culture, informatics, and techno-utilization.
>
>PROGRAM
>
>FRIDAY 15.06.2001 
>Museum of Contemporary Arts - Skopje 
>Workshop, Leader Liljana Simjanovska 
>
>10:00 1st Lecture by Liljana Simjanovska
>Gene structure and function
>11:00 2nd Lecture by Liljana Simjanovska
>Mendelian inheritance and recombination
>
>20:30
>OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION
>
>SATURDAY 16.06.2001
>Museum of Contemporary Arts - Skopje
>
>11:00 Workshop   
>3rd Lecture by Liljana Simjanovska
>Nucleic acid based methods 
>
>19:30 OPENING OF SYMPOSIUM 
>Panel "Art and Biotechnology"
>
>19:30 - 20:00 Roy Asccot 
>Moistmedia  Art: towards the convergence  of  bits, atoms, neurons and
>genes.
>
>20:00-20:30  Suzana Milevska 
>Life and Technology in the Work of Eduardo Kac
>
>20:30-21:00 Rainer Matysik
>The desire for a more perfect form of life
>
>21:30-22:00 Maja Kuzmanovic
>GroWorld
>
>22:00 - 22:30 Diana McCarty
>What do Cyberfeminists Eat
>
>22:30 Discussion 
>
>SUNDAY 16.06.2001
>
>10:00 - 14:30 Macedonian Academy for Sciences and Arts
>Introduction to the Laboratory work in the Research Center for New Technologies - Division of Genetic Engineering and BioTechnology.
>Introduction in laboratory practice (methods and equipement for RNA/DNA analyses: RNA&DNA extraction, Southern blot, Northern blot, DNA fingerprinting, PCR, RT/PCR, ASO hybridization, SSCP, DGGE, DNA cloning and DNA sequencing)
>- - Practical work 
>
>Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje
>17:30 - 18:00 Momo Kuzmanovic
>Presentation in the working Space of installation of Andreja Kulundzic
>
>HYPOTHESIS 
>
>18:00 - 18:30 Dr. Liljana Simjanovska
>The Nitrogen theory
>
>18:30-19:00 Dr. Liljana Simjanovska and  Georgi Stoilkov
>Vibrations and Cloning
>
>19:00 - 19:30 Discussion
>
>19:30 Panel Biotechnology Debate
>
>19:30 -20:00  Klaus Aman
>The role of science in the application of the Precautionary Principle
>
>20:00-20:30  Oliver Ressler
>Anti Gene Worlds: Opposition to genetic Engineering
>
>20:30-21:00  Timothy Druckrey
>The Genetic Industrial Complex...
>
>21:30-22:00  Nina Czegledy
>Digital Body Virtual Spectacles
>
>22:00 - 22:30 Heath Bunting
>Superweed
>
>22:30 Discussion 
>
>
>EXHIBITION
>- - Andrea Kuluncic (Croatia)
>- - CLOSED REALITY - EMBRYO  http://embryo.inet.hr
>
>- - Eduardo Kac (Brasil/USA)
>- - Alba
>- - Genesis http://www.juliafriedman.com/exhib_kac.html 
>
>- - Petko Dourmana, Plamen Voushev (Bulgaria)
>- - SOCIETOR www.ada.bg 
>
>- - Rainer Matysik (Germany) 
>- - The intimate relationship between living organisms and human beigns replaces clothing
>
>- - Heath Bunting (GB)
>- - Biotech Hobbyist http://irational.org/biotech 
>
>- - Oliver Ressler (Austria)
>- - Focus on Companies
>
>- - Dijana Tomic (Macedonia)
>- - Circular Memories
>
>- - Emil Petrov & Kristina Miljanovska (Macedonia)
>- - C_on_t_act
>
>- - Diana McCarty (Germany/USA)
>- - Faces
>
>- - Tiia Johannson (Estonia)
>- - get.real http://artun.ee/homepages/xtiiax/mikki/alien/index.html 
>
>- - Brezze Mez (Australa) 
>- - Cloning God and Angels http://homepages.tig.com.au/~garu/calpha.htm  http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/frame4/mez/clonegod.htm 
>
>- - Pavu com group (France)
>	- Lucy www.pavu.com/lucy  
>
>- - Michalis Pichler & Nikolaos Zachariadis (Austria/Greece)
>	- Proton
>
>- - Irena Paskali (Macedonia)
>	- Gen... genesis
>
>- - Effie Halivopoulou (Greece)
>	- www.arachni.net/effie
>
>- - Adam Zaretsky (USA)
>	- Microinjected fish eggs
>
>______________________
>Kalina Bunevska Isakovska
>Visual Arts Program Coordinator
>CAC - Skopje, Macedonia
>Address: Orce Nikolov 109, 1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
>tel./fax: ++389.91/133-541; 214-495
>e-mail: kalina {AT} scca.org.mk
>http://www.scca.org.mk
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 11:04:33 -0400
>From: aurora {AT} easynet.co.uk (Sarah Thompson)
>Subject: data aura
>
>"data aura"
>
>new article by Sarah Thompson
>
>referencing: software, conceptual and video art
>{software...art...&...language....zeros....&....no...ones}
>
>
>
>
>http://www.content-type.org.uk
>~~~~~~format="flowed"
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 07:50:11 +1000
>From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
>Subject: mediaterra .01
>
>From: "fournos-culture" <info {AT} fournos-culture.gr>
>Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2001 11:09 PM
>Subject: mediaterra .01
>
>Medi {AT} terra Festival is among the cultural events which are organised in
>the context of the Olympic Games of 2004 in Athens
>
>CALL FOR PROJECTS
>
>The annual Medi {AT} terra Festival is changing form.  Under the title
>De-Globalizing / Re-Globalizing, the Festival is travelling from the
>South to the North in the form of a microMuseum.
>
>Medi {AT} terra, having developed an intense activity around the questions
>posed by digital culture, has been included among the events which are
>organised on the opportunity of the Olympic Games of 2004 in Athens.
>Its inclusion in the Cultural Olympiad for the years 2001 – 2004 has
>recently been announced.
>
>Medi {AT} terra supports and puts into practice the view of a continuously
>evolving festival, both in terms of its form and ideas.  As such, it
>invites all those with an interest in research and experimentation
>around the new conditions that are now being shaped to take part in its
>new effort: a moving Festival that will start off from Greece, travel
>through the Balkans and end up in Germany.
>
>This movement will be made through a microMuseum: a small, adaptable
>structure which, making use of new technology, can contain a large
>number of works of art, views, proposals and presentations, as well as
>systems and friendly areas for communication and meetings.  The works
>that will travel with the microMuseum are ones which experiment with the
>new platforms for the production and exhibition of the modern art work
>through different creative media.  The  microMuseum is based on the
>logic of the kiosk that one finds mainly in Greece (peripteron), with a
>reference at the same time to the concept of the 'small museum,' an idea
>which began in the 16th century and continues among today's artists.
>
>In each host city, the events of Medi {AT} terra will be set up within and
>around the microMuseum: CD-ROM art, net art, computer art, digital
>photography, interactive objects and “hand luggage-sized” installations,
>
>sound environments and electronic music, screenings, an archive with
>printed matter, texts in digital form, audio-visual propositions and
>presentations as well as cultural events organised by the artists and
>art centres of each city.  A debate on the subject of the other side of
>globalisation will round off the activities of the Festival.
>
>An art centre in each city-stop will undertake the setting up and
>realisation of the microMuseum in collaboration with its various
>associates, and will participate as a co-organiser in the preparations
>and making of decisions.  In addition, each centre will be able to take
>part in Medi {AT} terra's journey as a member of the “Pilot Operating Net”
>via the Internet.  Through the Internet it will be possible to follow
>the path of the microMuseum and participate in its events from a
>distance, from every point on the globe.  The “Pilot Operating Net” is
>initiated by the network of centres which co-organise the festival,
>while all the members of the network can observe, guide, disseminate
>information and participate with work and activities in the unfolding
>events of the journey.
>
>The microMuseum will start from the city of Lavrion, famous from the
>antiquity for its silver-mines that have supported the Hellenic
>Democracy of the Golden Age, whilst in the 19th century the first
>industrial unit was created there. Today, this unit has been turned into
>a technological park and the Municipality is participating in a
>programme for the "smart city."
>
> Medi {AT} terra will continue its journey through the cities of Sofia &
>Plovdiv (Bulgaria), Maribor (Slovenia), ending up at the International
>Book Fair in Frankfurt where the honoured country this year is Greece.
>Here, the microMuseum will present, along with all the things
>experienced on the journey, material with information (videos,
>photographs, texts, etc.) which artists will have produced throughout
>the duration of the journey.
>
>Important Dates
>Submission of:
>VIDEO ART & COMPUTER ANIMATION
>NET ART & CD ROM
>SOUND ART & ELECTRONIC MUSIC
>COMPUTER ART & DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
>Material for the ARCHIVE & E-BOOKs       20 July
>
>Submission of proposals for  INTERACTIVE OBJECTS / INTERACTIVE
>INSTALLATIONS  31 June
>
>? VIDEO ART & COMPUTER ANIMATION
>Conditions of participation:
>- - The work should be in mini DV or VHS format, PAL system
>- - It can be in any language.  English sub-titles essential.
>
>Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001
>
>? INTERACTIVE OBJECT / INSTALLATION
>Conditions of participation:
>- - The work, when packed, should have maximum dimensions those of an item
>
>of hand luggage so as to be transportable (61 x 25 x 41 cm)
>- - It should be interactive
>- - It should be packed in a wooden or metal case or container “hand
>luggage-sized”  (it should not require extra packing)
>- - It should be technologically autonomous
>- - It should be easy to set up by someone without specialised knowledge
>- - It should weigh up to 20 kilos
>- - It should be accompanied by guidelines for its use/exhibition
>
>Submission Deadline for Proposal/Design: 31/06/2001
>In the case that the proposal is selected, the work must be completed by
>
>25 August 2001.
>
>? INTERACTIVE DIGITAL MEDIA
>- - INTERNET
>- - CD-ROM
>
>Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001
>
>? DIGITAL SOUND ART AND ELECTRONIC MUSIC
>Conditions of participation:
>- - The work should be in wav audio format (stereo, 44.1 kHz, 16bit) AND
>in mp3 format (96 or 128 kBits, 44.1 kHz, stereo), on CD-ROM
>- - It should have a maximum duration of 8 minutes
>- - It should have been created within the last two years
>
>Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001
>
>? COMPUTER ART & DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
>Conditions of Participation:
>- - The work should have maximum dimensions 10 x 15 cm
>- - It can be printed on all kinds of paper
>- - It should be unframed
>
>Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001
>
>? ARCHIVE of the microMuseum
>- - This can include electronic books, proposals, biographies, portraits,
>testimonies, etc. in digital, internet or printed form (video, CD-ROM,
>internet, printed matter).  The content can be: a message from the
>creator, a presentation by an artist, a demo, a documentary or a
>proposal. More specifically:
>
>For VIDEO
>- - The work should be in mini DV format
>- - It should have a maximum duration of 5 minutes
>
>For CD-ROM, INTERNET:
>- - The work should be PC compatible
>
>For PRINTED MATTER:
>- - The printed  matter can be in any language, so long as it is
>accompanied by a summary of the contents in English.
>
>For e-BOOKS
>- - The texts must should be on one of the following themes: a) journey
>from the South to the North, b) from the other side of globalization, c)
>
>from the small to the large, d) from the single to the multiple
>- - It can be scientific, literary, an essay, personal, a diary, thoughts,
>
>suggestions, even a comic, in digital form
>- - It should be forwarded in English
>- - It can be from 500 to 10,000 words
>
>For DIGITAL MUSIC
>- - The work should have a  maximum duration of 8 minutes
>- - It should be designed to function adequately if reproduced by the
>multimedia hardware available on an average computer (medium sized
>desktop stereo speakers and sound blaster class audio / mini card).
>
>Submission Deadline: 20/07/2001
>
>HOW TO DECLARE YOUR PARTICIPATION
>
>Fill in the Entry Form that you will find at www.mediaterra.org and send
>
>it along with the material required for each category, as described
>above, to the Fournos Centre for Art and New Technologies
>
>* by post: 168 Mavromichali Street, 114 72, Athens
>* by fax: +301 6470 069
>* by e-mail: info {AT} fournos-culture.gr
>
>For more information, contact Daphne Dragona, In Charge of Communication
>
>and Co-ordination of the Festival by telephone on +301 6460 748 or +301
>6420 451 or Email daphne {AT} fournos-culture.gr
>
>
>Medi {AT} terra 2001 International Art and Technology Festival
>Is organized by:
>? Fournos Center for Art and New Technologies
>? Hellenic Ministry of Culture
>? Hellenic Cultural Heritage SA, Cultural Olympiad 2001 – 2004
>? Lavrion Municipal Development Enterprise
>
>Is co-organized by:
>? ArtToday Foundation [Bulgaria]
>? Student Computer Art Society [Bulgaria]
>? Multimedia Lab KIBLA [Slovenia]
>? Intima Virtual Base [Slovenia]
>? European Media Art Festival [Germany]
>? CICV Pierre Schaeffer / next-movies [France]
>
>MEDI {AT} TERRA 2001 – STEERING COMMITTEE
>Manthos Santorineos, Artistic Director of Medi {AT} terra & Director of
>Fournos
>Dodo Santorineou, Co-Director of Fournos and Medi {AT} terra
>Maria X, Co-Director of Fournos and Medi {AT} terra
>Maria Roussou, Head of the Virtual Reality Department, Foundation of the
>
>Hellenic World
>Dimos Dimitriou, Artist
>Dimitris Kamarotos, Composer-Musicologist
>Zoe Kazazaki, Head of the International Organizations Department,
>Hellenic Ministry of Culture
>Maria Theodorou, Adviser of the Hellenic Cultural Heritage SA, Cultural
>Olympiad 2001 - 2004
>Andreas Nefeloudis, Director of the Lavrion Municipal Development
>Enterprise
>
>MEDI {AT} TERRA 2001 - PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE
>Manthos Santorineos, Artistic Director of Medi {AT} terra & Director of
>Fournos
>Maria X, Co-Director of Fournos and Medi {AT} terra
>Maria Roussou, Head of the Virtual Reality Department, Foundation of the
>
>Hellenic World
>Dimos Dimitriou, Artist
>Dimitris Kamarotos, Composer-Musicologist
>Pierre Bongiovanni, Director of the CICV Pierre Schaeffer, France
>Peter Tomaz Dobrila, Director of the KIBLA Multimedia Lab, Slovenia
>Alfred Rotert, Co-Director of the European Media Art Festival of
>Osnabruck, Germany
>Dimitrina Sevova, Curator of the Communication Front Festival & Member
>of the ArtToday Foundation, Bulgaria
>Rosen Petkov, President of Student Computer Art Society & Director of
>the ComputerSpace Festival, Bulgaria
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 16:05:49 +0200
>From: "Tommaso Tozzi" <t.tozzi {AT} ecn.org>
>Subject: Crea e diffondi musica in modo libero: mp3 contest 2001!
>
>Crea e diffondi musica in modo libero!
>Vinci un lettore MP3!
>Partecipa al concorso per musica digitale no copyright in formato MP3!
>
>MP3 CONTEST 2001
>- ----------------------------
>l'alternativa interattiva e orizzontale al Festival di Sanremo
>www.mp3contest.org
>
>a cura di
>STRANO NETWORK
>
>con la collaborazione di
>Le Nozze di Figaro, Controradio, Museo Pecci di Prato, Il Cappellaio Matto,
>Teatro Studio di Scandicci
>
>"MP3 contest 2001" è la terza edizione di un concorso a premi per musica
>realizzata in formato mp3 della durata massima di due minuti fatta
>pervenire gratuitamente attraverso i canali internet e quindi fatta
>ascoltare e giudicata da un pubblico presente sia fisicamente al Parterre a
>Firenze (una delle principali piazze dell'estate fiorentina), che
>virtualmente attraverso internet, giovedi' 6 settembre 2001.
>
>Le votazioni saranno effettuate attraverso la somma dei voti ottenuti
>tramite:
>
>- - alzata di mano del pubblico presente al Parterre.
>- - votazione tramite chat in internet:
>canale IRC: #mp3C01
>nel server di IRCnet: irc.ircd.it
>
>Diretta audio dell'evento su Controradio.
>
>Streaming audio dei brani musicali in internet al sito:
>www.mp3contest.org
>
>Premi per i primi tre classificati (il primo vincera' un lettore di musica
>MP3).
>
>Promozione della manifestazione attraverso differenti media nazionali
>prima, durante e dopo l'evento.
>
>Conferenze sulla tecnologia e le problematiche dell'mp3, prima e dopo il
>concorso, con la partecipazione di musicisti ed esperti del settore:
>
>- - Parterre, Firenze, 6 settembre ore 15:
>"La rivoluzione MP3: come lo standard MPEG ha modificato il rapporto
>audio/rete.", di Captain Swing.
>"MP3 e liberta'" di Stefano Sansavini.
>
>- - Museo Pecci, Prato, 11 settembre ore 15:
>"MuSE - come crearsi la propria radio in internet", di Jaromil.
>
>- - Le Rampe (un'altra delle principali piazze dell'estate fiorentina),
>Firenze, 11 settembre ore 21:
>"No copyright e MP3", di Raf Valvola Scelsi.
>
>- - Teatro Studio di Scandicci, ottobre, data e orario da confermare
>"MP3 e comunita' virtuali", di Luc Pac
>
>PER PARTECIPARE A MP3 CONTEST 2001:
>
>SPEDISCI -> ENTRO IL 31 LUGLIO 2001 <- IL TUO BRANO MUSICALE
>GIA' IN FORMATO MP3 (durata max. 2 minuti)
>ALLEGATO AD UNA E-MAIL A:
>songs {AT} mp3contest.org
>OPPURE SU CD-ROM (non sono accettati altri supporti) PER POSTA NORMALE A:
>Tommaso Tozzi, Via XXIV Maggio 14, 50129, Firenze.
>
>IL BRANO DEVE ESSERE CORREDATO DELLE SEGUENTI INFORMAZIONI:
>- - AUTORE (nome vero o pseudonimo), TITOLO, DURATA, INDIRIZZO E TELEFONO
>DELL'AUTORE (l'autore potra' anche non essere reperibile ma in tal caso non
>potremo spedirgli il premio), INFORMAZIONI VARIE SUL BRANO E SULL'AUTORE
>(non obbligatorie, max. 1000 caratteri).
>
>Contatti o informazioni:
>Tommaso Tozzi
>Presidente Ass. Cult. Strano Network
>e-mail: info {AT} mp3contest.org
>Tel/Fax 055-485996
>
>
>
>PRECEDENTI EDIZIONI:
>
>MP3 contest 2001 e' la terza edizione (vedi nota in fondo sulle "precedenti
>edizioni") di un evento che l'associazione Strano Network ha ideato e
>realizzato con la collaborazione di Le Nozze di Figaro (una ben nota
>società che organizza concerti in Toscana), Controradio (affermata radio
>fiorentina), Dada e Il Cappellaio Matto (nota società organizzatrice di
>spettacoli ed eventi culturali a Firenze) e che nelle due edizioni
>precedenti (1999 e 2000) ha riscosso già un buon successo di pubblico sia
>dal vivo che in Rete (per informazioni: www.mp3contest.org).
>
>Strano Network è attivo dal 1993 nella promozione di eventi culturali,
>conferenze e sperimentazioni artistiche nel settore della comunicazione in
>rete.
>
>- - La prima edizione 1999 e' stata organizzata da Strano Network con la
>collaborazione de Le Nozze di Figaro, Capellaio Matto, Controradio, Dada,
>EXC3SS Project, ristorante pizzeria Toto' dell'anfiteatro e indirettamente
>il Comune di Firenze visto che la sede principale della manifestazione si e'
>svolta nel Parco delle Cascine e che anche le Rampe di San Niccolo' sono
>state date in gestione dal Comune di Firenze.
>
>- - L'edizione 2000  e' stata organizzata da Strano Network con la
>collaborazione de Le Nozze di Figaro, Capellaio Matto, Controradio, Dada,
>Giuseppe Chiari, Roberta Andreucci, Maurizio Montini, ristorante pizzeria
>Toto' dell'anfiteatro e indirettamente il Comune di Firenze visto che la
>sede principale della manifestazione si e' svolta nel Parco delle Cascine e
>che anche le Rampe di San Niccolo' sono state date in gestione dal Comune di
>Firenze.
>
>- - Le due precedenti edizioni si sono svolte all'Anfiteatro delle Cascine,
>contemporaneamente a Le Rampe di Porta San Niccolo', in Internet attraverso
>chat, collegamenti audio-video e sito web (www.strano.net/mp3)e in diretta
>su ControRadio FM 93.6 MHz (98.9 MHz per Pisa e Livorno).
>
>Tra i partecipanti alle precedenti edizioni vi sono stat*:
>
>Giuseppe Chiari, Pietro Grossi, Albert Mayr, Vieri e il Generale, Lapo
>Lombardi, Maurizio Montini, Kalo' Daniele, Massimo Mori, Phrax99, MP3 Cake,
>AMALASUNTA, A.n.d., LineAGOtica, t0maStiK, massimorumore, Pussymotorino,
>Albarthjour floreale, Monow, Mauro Paterlini, Lari Hilenja, Paolo Villani,
>Di Ienno Enrico, Max Jacob, Tommaso Tozzi, Steve Rozz, Monologiza, depravo,
>Lupone Verde, Marco Manetti, EMPORIO COLONIALE, BURP PUBLICATIONS, BUDINO,
>Flora & Fauna,SALDOSUOLO, Riccardo Vaglini, Marcello Aitiani, Marziano
>Gianfranco, Fernando Del Regno, Pedale Baroque Records, Alex Skull, Enrico
>Santinami, avalava, menticriminali, A.N.D, Deadpeach, Stefano Bassanese,
>Leonardo Piperno, Vittorio Merlo, cinu' dei mi.s.fu, vetro dei mi.s.fu.,
>pinna dei mi.s.fu., Andrea Venturoli, Enrico Di Ienno (e Max Jacob), Nuked
>People, marcocavicchioli, Simone Morgantini, Positive, Carla Faggi, Daniele
>Calò e Daniela Longo, Mayasonic, Oil 13", Colonial Recordings, Box of
>Surprises, WJM, Jealousy Party, E. Ricci/E. Sanna, Juglans Regia, Simone
>Cocco, EXC3SS Project.
>
>
>- ----
>Tommaso Tozzi
>Docente di Teoria e Metodo dei Mass Media, Accademia di Belle Arti di
>Carrara
>Docente di  Teoria e Metodo di Sceneggiatura Multimediale, Master in
>Multimedialita', RAI e Universita' di Firenze
>Via XXIV Maggio 14, 50129, Firenze, Italia
>Tel. 055-485996
>
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 22:19:12 +0200
>From: NAZI~LINE ~PR <play {AT} ubermorgen.com>
>Subject: NAZI~LINE: program & campaign are hitting a raw nerve in germany
>
>
>
>  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
>
>  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
>  NAZI~LINE program & campaign are hitting a raw nerve in germany
>
>  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>  Vienna/Berlin/Zurich/Sofia, June 13th, 2001
>
>
>  Below you find the latest press release by NAZI~LINE
>  http://www.naziline.com
>
>  You can also find this press release at:
>  http://www.naziline.com/press_release_14062001.html
>  German version at:
>  http://www.naziline.com/press_release_14062001d.html
>
>  For further information feel free to
>  mailto:contact {AT} naziline.com
>
>  or in urgent cases call our Hotline in Vienna/Austria:
>
>  +43 676 930 00 95
>  +43 1 968 10 22 [fax]
>
>
>
>
>  [~] NAZI~LINE PROGRAM & CAMPAIGN ARE HITTING A RAW NERVE IN GERMANY
>
>  The NAZI~LINE INTRO-CAMPAIGN officially started in April 2001, when
>  ubermorgen.com teamed up with german media artist christoph schlingensief.
>  He was signed as the media anchor for the NAZI~LINE marketing-campaign
>  from April to June 2001 in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Strong media
>  coverage and controversial debates over hate crime and/or nationalistic
>  motivated crime are hitting a raw nerve in the german population.
>
>  Primary goals and investments of NAZI~LINE Ltd. are hate crime detection,
>  prevention, alternative research und information distribution. On the
>  commercial sector, we offer consulting services to corporations seriously
>  infected with hate crime. NAZI~LINE asks: "How come your company can
>  afford hate crime?"
>
>  NAZI~LINE Ltd. is a new company initated by the the ubermorgen-network
>  [ http://www.ubermorgen.com ], the same holding-company that produced the
>  notorious [V]ote-auction web-site during the U.S. presidential elections in
>  fall 2000. Our holding's headquarters as well as the fully owned subsidiary
>  NAZI~LINE Ltd. are based in Sofia/Bulgaria [ubermorgen Ltd.].
>
>  read more:
>
>  http://www.naziline.com
>  http://www.naziline.com/campaign
>  http://www.schlingensief.com
>  http://www.vote-auction.net
>
>
>
>
>
>  [] NAZI~LINE DESIGNER ASSAULTED AT PUBLIC LECTURE IN VIENNA
>
>  In April, the multi-awarded star designers bart-n-lisa.com, who created
>  the look & feel of the NAZI~LINE web-site received an invitation to hold a
>  lecture in the reknown viennese art museum "Kunstlerhaus". During their
>  presentation, NAZI~LINE executives Maria Haas, Hans A. Bernhard, and
>  bart-n-lisa.com designer Alister P.M. were attacked  by an idividual
>  identified as "Stefan". "Stefan" apparently felt that NAZI~LINE was dis-
>  honoring nationalism and german 3rd reich values by using its aesthetics
>  to attract neo-Nazis to the program. NAZI~LINE strongly opposes such acts
>  of raw violence and whishes to express their deepest regrets for the
>  interpruption by this obviously psychologically-challenged person.
>
>  Strangely, staff members of the Kunstlerhaus, which still serves as a
>  haven for so-called "Old-Nazis" - they serve in the board of members -
>  decided to ban NAZI~LINE from their website instead of exploring and
>  discussing the issue.
>
>  Please feel free to look at the footage, provided by an amateur filmer
>  from the audience [a guest of voortekk.com]: http://www.terrorbyte.net
>
>  and read more about this attack under...
>  http://www.naziline.com/campaign [german only!]
>  and visit the web-site of the NAZI~LINE star-designers...
>  http://www.bart-n-lisa.com
>
>
>
>
>
>  [] BEFORE AND AFTER: NEO-NAZIS, SKINHEAD MUSIC AND THE GERMAN "REICHSTAG"
>
>  NAZI~LINE casted 6 individuals engaged in the german Neo-Nazi scene
>  for the play "Hamlet" at the "Schauspielhaus" Theater in Zurich,
>  Switzerland. Here is a quick overview about what happened to some of
>  the integrated Neo-Nazis and novice actors since the play opened May 12,
>  2001 in Zurich:
>
>  . Melanie Dittmer - the only woman in the crew - returned to her old
>    routine, and is back with her former Neo-Nazi gang members. She was
>    subsequently expelled from the "Hamlet" acting-crew.
>  . Torsten Lemmer, who controls the largest label for right-wing skinhead
>    music worldwide, has announced his intention to sell off his majority-
>    share of the music-company to the german ministery of interiors.
>    negotiations are said to be underway. The label: http://www.rocknord.de
>  . Markus Boesfleisch, who is a studied actor, was imprisoned in cologne/
>    germany on charges of failure to comply with a former court ruling.
>  . Jan Zobel was kicked out from his ongoing apprenticeship in a
>    dusseldorf/germany based company. he now moved on to acting as the
>    leading force behind the founding of an alternative exit-program from
>    and for neo-Nazis [self-support group].
>  . Martin Kohlmann was kicked out by his "Hamlet" crew members as they
>    did not consider his motivation to leave Nazism behind to be sincere.
>
>  During their latest media appearances at the german "Reichstag" - the
>  german parliament - guided by green party member rezzo schlauch and
>  a dozen camera-teams and news-reporters, and at the press conference
>  june 12 in zurich, crew members stated that they intend to start their
>  own program, from and for neo-Nazis willing to leave their communities.
>
>  Take a look at the picture of the neo-nazi crew at the Reichstag:
>  http://www.naziline.com/campaign/press_bilder_BER1.html
>  See pictures of the neo-Nazis and their short-biographies
>  http://www.naziline.com/campaign/dienazis.html
>
>
>
>
>
>  [] GERMAN "EXIT"-PROGRAM ATTACKS NAZI~LINE VIA THE MEDIA
>
>  As Germany seems to be again falling into the pitfalls of fatally interpreted
>  patriotism, german minister of interiors, Otto Schily [former laywer
>  of leftist terror group RAF] gave start to a number of federal, state and
>  community programs aiming to fight Neo-Nazi movements.
>
>  The primary goal of these undisclosed and only vaguely described programs,
>  namely "RAUS" [german for "get out"], is to use classical FBI-strategies in
>  order to target Neo-Nazi groups by offering attractive crown witness programs
>  to key people within those movements. The second most prominent program "EXIT"
>  was initiated by german yellow-press-magazin "Stern" and former intelligence
>  officer Bernd Wagner. While both of the above-mentioned programs surely want
>  to seriously reach out to hate-striken people throughout germany, they
>  unfortunately fail to clearly differentiate between partners and "the enemy":
>
>  NAZI~LINE received legal threats by "EXIT" ordering NAZI~LINE to refrain
>  from mentioning EXIT within their link list. Additionally we have trustworthy
>  information that "EXIT" has put enormous pressure on small grassroots
>  organisations such as "WEISSE ROSE DUESSELDORF", in order to avoid their
>  cooperation with the NAZI~LINE campaign.
>
>  Furthermore, the .gov funded RAUS program and their federal and state units
>  are surfing our web-site day in, day out, trying to find how to legally stop
>  NAZI~LINE from operating its online services.
>
>  http://www.weisse-rose.org
>  http://www.exit-deutschland.de
>  http://www.bpb.de
>  http://www.bmi.bund.de
>
>
>
>
>
>  [~] THE NAZI~LINE CAMPAIGN IN GERMANY AND SWITZERLAND
>
>  Our european NAZI~LINE ad-campaign intendes to establish the brand
>  NAZI~LINE within a broad audience. The overwhelming success of the
>  campaign proofs NAZI~LINE's ideas of artistic and alternative
>  methods to be a most viable mean of targeting classic taboo issues.
>
>  The NAZI~LINE campaign integrated neo-nazis economically by providing
>  jobs to individuals ready to leave their old world of useless hate
>  behind. The pilot-project "HAMLET" has recruited 6 neo-Nazis to play
>  in Shakespears "Hamlet", directed by Christoph Schlingensief.
>
>  "..Schlingensief, known for his political incorrectness.. who misses no
>  opportunity to portray how politics and life are intertwined..."
>  NZZ, april 2001 http://www.nzz.ch/english/swiss_week/2001/april.html
>
>  The NAZI~LINE campaign site has so far gathered around 2.5 Mio Visits
>  and a registered community of about 17.000 users within the months
>  April to June 2001. Over 500 News-features [TV, Radio, Online, and
>  Print] in Europe resulted in a massive media surface. Journalists
>  in Switzerland, Germany and Austria, but also The Netherlands, Spain,
>  Denmark, Russia, and France have covered the story since.
>
>  The german campaign web-site:
>  http://www.naziline.com/campaign
>  The european press-coverage:
>  http://www.naziline.com/press_archive.html
>
>
>
>
>
>  [~] THE CAMPAIGN TIMELINE; ACTIONS & TOPICS:
>
>  10.1.2001 ~ Founding of NAZI~LINE ltd., Sofia/Bulgarien, the operational
>              company running the program and consulting services NAZI~LINE.
>              Fully owned by ubermorgen Ltd., the sofia-based holding-corp.
>  17.1.2001 ~ Swiss nationalistic Party "SVP" initiates parliamentary
>              session regarding the play "Hamlet" as the party expected riots
>              in Zurich and thusly requested a clear positioning of the City-
>              Government of Zurich/Switzerland.
>  30.1.2001 ~ Corporate Web-Site ONLINE [www.naziline.com]
>  10.4.2001 ~ Official start NAZI~LINE - THE CAMPAIGN in Zurich/Switzerland
>  15.4.2001 ~ Campaign Web-Site ONLINE [www.naziline.com/campaign]
>  16.4.2001 ~ Neo-Nazi casting for "Hamlet" in Berlin, Zurich and Vienna
>  20.4.2001 ~ NAZI~LINE billboard-distributor shot down with a gas-pistol
>              in Zurich, NAZI~LINE and Schauspielhaus Zurich employees
>              receive serious death-threats via cellphones, snail mail/email
>  25.4.2001 ~ Neo-Nazis arrive in Zurich, public reception with music and
>              press-conference in Zurich main-station
>  29.4.2001 ~ The aussault on NAZI~LINE designers in Vienna/Austria
>  Apr.2001  ~ Hamlet/Schlingensief Street-Action-Theater, NAZI~LINE collects
>              signatures in the streets of Zurich to ban SVP [Swiss
>              Peoples Party] and ZSC [Zurich Ice-Hockey Club]:
>              http://www.naziline.com/campaign/press_bilder_ZH1.html
>              http://www.naziline.com/campaign/press_bilder_ZH2.html
>  12.5.2001 ~ PREMIERE/OPENING of "Hamlet" play in Zurich. pictures here:
>              http://www.naziline.com/campaign/press_bilder_ZH3.html
>  16.5.2001 ~ .gov programs "EXIT" and "RAUS" publicly attack NAZI~LINE
>  22.5.2001 ~ Guestplay "Hamlet" in Berlin, Panel-Discussion with german
>              politicians, "ex"-neo-Nazi T. Lemmer announces the offer to
>              sell his skin-music label to German Ministery of the Interiors
>  23.5.2001 ~ "Hamlet" neo-Nazis visit the German Parliament in Berlin,
>              along with top-politicians, intelligence agents and journalists
>  12.6.2001 ~ Press-conference of Neo-Nazi actors in Zurich, announcing
>              their own exit-program
>
>
>
>
>
>
>  [~] NAZI~LINE PROGRAM TALKS DIRECTLY TO HATE-CRIME INFECTED COMPANIES
>
>  How come your company can afford hate crime?
>
>  NAZI~LINE consults companies in fighting hate crime and related
>  economic problems. NAZI~LINE is working on both sides of the problem:
>  We offer online-programs for infected companies, helping them find
>  out about their risks and money losses. NAZI~LINE invests into
>  education and integration and offers add-on services such as
>  psychological and medical treatment of Neo-Nazis and hate criminals.
>
>  We offer classic consulting services in the area of corporate
>  troublemakers and criminal employees to companies and managers ready
>  to increase revenues by carefully identifying troublemakers within
>  their organizations.
>
>  Large scaled companies as well as small family businesses have to look
>  for rising profits in order to maintain a healthy economic position in
>  their respective markets. But what to do, if your community and therefore
>  your company becomes infected with hate crime and its ugly side-effects?
>  One solution, taken by most big corporations, is to move one's
>  business to another place, where hate crime is either not as apparant
>  or being taken care of in a serious, preventional manner. However,
>  this step, clearly deteriorates an already critical situation in
>  hate crime affected areas.
>  Solution number two [staying and "fighting"] can seem like more work,
>  but creates more flexibilty on the side of the company. Companies in
>  hate-crime infected areas can receive public funding, improve their
>  image, can influence municipial politics and rocket themselves into
>  the hearts of small-towners and urban communities.
>
>  International corporations as well as individual victims are kindly
>  asked to register: http://www.naziline.com/report.html
>
>  For information on our consulting services, issues regarding hate
>  crime and indepth-reports, please visit:
>  http://www.naziline.com
>
>
>
>
>
>
>  [~] EUROPE FALLS BEHIND: HATE CRIME AS A NON-EXISTENT TERM IN GERMANY
>
>  Hate crime and Neo-Nazism can affect the growth and prosperity of companies
>  and economic networks throughout the whole world! The most recent and most
>  prominent example for the western world has been the wave of war and crime
>  throughout the Balkans.
>
>  Whereas in the United States the term "hate crime" has been recognized as a
>  unique form of criminal act since the 1950's, european initiatives and
>  politicians still focus on neo-nazistic issues and groups. the European
>  Union [EU] stricly negates hate crime as a phenomenon. Thus, hate crimes are
>  being viewed not as an act against human core values, but the classic
>  xenophobic motives are being transformed into extremist political
>  (non-)values.
>
>  Economic downturn becomes a political issue, and communities, families, and
>  individuals worldwide are the victims of the daily racist, sexist, and
>  homophobic crimes. a party to the battle which is often being totally forgot
>  about is the company - employing those who commit hate crimes or even
>  committing hate crimes themselves - and the impact of hate criminals on
>  infected companies.
>
>  Companies are losing money as we speak because of employees or owners filled
>  by hatred and prejudice. These costs include huge marketing and image costs
>  directly caused by harmful communication undertaken by hateful employees.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>  [~] GET ALL THE FACTS VIA OUR OR RELATED WEBSITES
>
>  Corporate Site: http://www.naziline.com
>  Campaign Site:  http://www.naziline.com/campaign
>  Press-archive:  http://www.naziline.com/press_archive.html
>  Press-pictures: http://www.naziline.com/campaign/press_bilder.html
>
>  FBI Press:      http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel01/ronn.htm
>                  http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel01/infragard.htm
>  EU Papers:      http://www.europarl.eu.int/workingpapers/libe/102/text3_en.htm
>  In-depth:       http://www.naziline.com/indepth_incidents.html
>
>  Partners:       http://www.naziline.com/indepth_partners.html
>
>  For the friendly support, NAZI~LINE would like to thank its core-partners:
>  SILVER SERVER, .VOORTEKK, schlingensief.com, bmdi.de, esof ltd,
>  /DEPARTMENT, MAZZOTTI ACTION, textz.com, VOLKSBUEHNE BERLIN, WEISSE ROSE
>
>
>
>
>
>                          for the NAZI~LINE team
>
>
>  maria e. haas           hans a. bernhard             dr. a. bichlbauer
>  CEO ubermorgen          press-speaker NAZI~LINE      campaign-coordinator
>
>                          contact {AT} naziline.com
>
>
>  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>  NAZI~LINE                          SPLIT THE RIGHT ~ DOUBLE THE DUTY
>  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>  http://www.naziline.com                         a ubermorgen company
>  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>  telephone hotline +43 1 968 10 22
>  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
>
>  Headquarters:            Austrian Branch              U.S. Branch
>
>  ubermorgen ltd           NAZI~LINE                    NAZI~LINE
>  G. ignatiev st 19        hollandstr. 7/19             c/o U. F. Designs
>  1000 Sofia               1020 Vienna                  1233 market st
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>
>
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