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Table of Contents:

   M/C: New Issue Available/Call for Contributors                                  
     Elissa Jenkins <mc {AT} api-network.com>                                             

   *launch of online exhibition* Dystopia + Identity>>                             
     cristine wang <cristinewang {AT} yahoo.com>                                          

   http://www.fineartforum.org/                                                    
     "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>                                             

   AnimaMundi - Brasil                                                             
     "Eduardo Verillo" <verillo {AT} ig.com.br>                                           

   BeeHive 3:4 Now Online!                                                         
     "Talan Memmott" <talan {AT} percepticon.com>                                         

   You have been asked to join mailghetto                                          
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   Media Art on The Media Channel                                                  
     Robert Atkins <robertatkins {AT} earthlink.net>                                      

   Art work/No Censorship 214T                                                     
     "Tommaso Tozzi" <t.tozzi {AT} ecn.org>                                               

   MIT Technology Review "crystal ball" issue looks at 10 areas                    
     "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>                                             



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Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 21:07:14 +1000
From: Elissa Jenkins <mc {AT} api-network.com>
Subject: M/C: New Issue Available/Call for Contributors


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    (If for some reason you would rather not receive future M/C news
        releases, please drop us a line at mc {AT} api-network.com).

                      M/C has a new email address:
            from now on, please direct all correspondence to
                           mc {AT} api-network.com.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - 13 December 2000

The Media and Cultural Studies Centre at the University of Queensland is
proud to present issue six in volume three of the award-winning:

M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture - http://www.api-network.com/mc/

          PLEASE NOTE THE NEW ADDRESS: UPDATE YOUR BOOKMARKS!

                   'renew' - Collectively Edited Issue

M/C is turning three. Well, not quite, but we're at the finish of our
third volume, and that's a good time to pause and take stock of what and
where we are and what we want the future to hold for us. The M/C
operation is going through a number of changes at the end of 2000 --
editorial collective members are stepping down from their jobs, others
are taking up the challenge --, and this infusion of fresh blood is
bound to renew our
impetus. To mark this changeover, we've brought the band back together,
with articles from most of the original contributors of M/C 1.1 ('new').

But the 'renew' issue is not about self-congratulary navel-gazing. Our
outlook in this issue is to the future, not to the past -- to the
ongoing study of media and culture rather than the contributions we've
been able to make in our own brief existence. At M/C, we've always seen
ourselves as part of a wider movement towards the crossover between the
popular and the academic.

There is no question that our strategy has been successful. We have a
regular and widely international readership. We have an incredible
international list of contributors to M/C which has given the journal an
enviable international and national profile in the field of media and
cultural studies. But we want more. We want to be more engaging, more
widely read and actively make ideas move from the intellectual periphery
to the cultural and political hearths.

The 'renew' issue underlines this mandate and attempts to reinvigorate
the journal with its original style posture and acknowledgement of its
now international contributors. Part of this issue is designed as a
moment of self-reflection by those first M/C writers, not so much on the
journal itself but more generally on the concept of renewal. The other
part of the issue is collected from submissions made to this theme from
other writers.

What we have produced is a powerful double-shot of perceptive ponderings
on renewal in and around media and culture, including the following
articles:

"'Unacceptable Renewals': The Geopolitics of Martian Cartography"
Adam Dodd uses the Mars face controversy as a looking glass through
which
to critique the broader science of cartography, the technologies
actualising this science, and the politicised discourses of the people
who practice Martian cartographies.

"Reknowing the Bicycle; Renewing its Space"
Felicity Meakins considers the early impacts of the bicycle on our land-
and cityscapes, before the motor car made its presence felt. With the
resurgence of cycling as a means of transportation as well as
recreation, Meakins suggests some of these effects may be renewed.

"Virtual Domesticity: Renewing Cybernetic Living Environments"
Nick Caldwell moves from discussing cyberspace in terms of how it
manipulates the real to suggesting how the real can "colonise"
cyberspace. Caldwell relates the personal computer to metaphors of
domestic space, suggesting that we relate to the PC in ways which
reflect our own manipulation of living space.

"Dash or Slash?: Renewing the Link between Media and Culture"
Axel Bruns ruminates on some issues that surrounded the naming of the
journal nearly three years ago -- looking at the name "M/C" and the
implications that pesky "/" has had for information structuring
conventions on the World Wide Web and computer systems in general.

"Renewing Cultural Studies"
P. David Marshall suggests that the project of cultural studies can be
described as the study of recombinant culture, which inherently
engenders its own renewals of theory, policy and practice, and he
engages with the study of cultural production as it occurs on the side
of the audience.

"One or Many Media?"
Steven Maras uses M/C's title slash to begin a discussion of the
tensions between those treacherously similar terms 'medium', 'media',
and 'the media'. In an effort to tease out the fine distinctions
separating them, he traces the conceptual frameworks attached to each
term, uncovering their complex interrelationships.

"Plus Que Ça Change: The Telephone and the History of the Future"
Janin Hadlaw mobilises the material and social realities which provide
the emergence of new technologies with their historical footing as a
legitimate ground from which a notion of ongoing renewal in the field of
techno-communications can be advanced.

"Natives on the Electronic Frontier: Television and Cultural Change on
the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation"
Taking apart an older anthropological position around media and
traditional culture -- that media such as television and radio destroy
the authenticity and community roots of a society --, Steven Mizrach
works through a preliminary reading of how television can be a source
for the renewal of the languages and crafts of an Amerindian community.

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M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture - http://www.api-network.com/mc/

                          Call for Contributors

The University of Queensland's award-winning journal of media and
culture,
M/C, is looking for new contributors. M/C is a crossover journal between
the popular and the academic, and a blind- and peer-reviewed journal.

To see what M/C is all about, check out our Website, which contains all
the
issues released so far, at http://www.api-network.com/mc/. To find out
how and in what format to contribute your work, visit
http://www.api-network.com/mc/contribute.html.

We are now accepting submissions for the following issue:

              'sorry' - article deadline: 22 January 2001
         issue editors: Paul Newman, Tseen Khoo & Kathryn Goldie

The issue of a national apology to the stolen generation by the Federal
Government has for some time been central to cultural and political
debate in Australia. The desire for the performance of official sorrow
has come to dominate arguments about racial atonement, taking over from
native title in the 1990s and the (recently resurgent) treaty focus of
the
1980s.

The official 'end' to Australia's initial reconciliation process offers
an opportunity to assess the current and future status of the sorry
issue, with its inextricable links to problems of cultural
responsibility, mourning and historical guilt. International instances
of redress, treaty, and apology offer potential models of resolution for
Australia's
divisive history of race relations. With the likelihood that Australia's
next Prime
Minister will offer some form of national apology, the terms of the
movement for the redress of white-indigenous relations may alter
considerably.

This issue will reflect on the process and the implications of saying
'sorry', in this and other cases. Send us your contributions!

              'sorry' issue release date: 21 February 2001

Further topics for the year 2001 are:

'mix'         (deadline 19 Mar. / release 18 Apr.)
'sick'        (deadline 14 May  / release 13 June)
'creator'     (deadline  9 July / release  8 Aug.)
'colour'      (deadline  3 Sep. / release  3 Oct.)
'work'        (deadline 29 Oct. / release 28 Nov.)

We're looking forward to your articles !

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And finally...

This issue marks the end of Axel Bruns's work as M/C's Production Editor
since 1998. All M/C correspondence to the new address,
mc {AT} api-network.com, will now be handled by M/C's new Coordinating
Editor, Elissa Jenkins. The M/C team is very grateful to Elissa for
accepting this interesting and challenging role, and we wish her the
best of luck in her work with M/C.

Personal correspondence for Axel Bruns can be directed to
snurb {AT} uq.net.au.

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M/C issue six, vol. three is now online: http://www.api-network.com/mc/.

Previous issues of M/C on various topics are also still available
online.

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M/C Reviews is now available at http://www.api-network.com/mc/reviews/

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All M/C contributors are available for media contacts:
mc {AT} api-network.com

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end

Elissa Jenkins
Co-ordinating Editor
M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture
mc {AT} api-network.com
http://www.api-network.com/mc/


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Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 17:18:14 -0800 (PST)
From: cristine wang <cristinewang {AT} yahoo.com>
Subject: *launch of online exhibition* Dystopia + Identity>>

*for immediate release*

launch of online exhibition
"Dystopia + Identity in the Age of Global
Communications"
curated by Cristine Wang

http://www.tribes.org/dystopia/

featuring:
(essays by)

"Satellite Art: An Interview with Nam June Paik"
by Eduardo Kac

"Participating in the Biotech Industry: Notes on
the Gene Trust" 
by Eugene Thacker

"Smash the Surface / Break Open the Box /Disrupt
the Code"
by Eric Kluitenberg

"Grasping at Bits - Art and Intellectual Control
in the Digital Age"
by Patrick Lichty

(works by)

MARK AMERICA, DANIEL GARCIA ANDUJAR, BETTY
BEAUMONT, NATALIE BOOKCHIN, HEATH
BUNTING,YOUNG-HAE CHANG , SHU LEA CHEANG,CRITICAL
ART ENSEMBLE 
ANDY DECK ,RICARDO DOMINGUEZ,FAKESHOP, ZHANG GA 
KEN GOLDBERG, MARINA GRZINIC, GH HOVAGIMYAN, FRAN
ILICH, EDUARDO KAC, YAEL KANAREK, OLGA KISSELEVA 
TINA LAPORTA, PATRICK LICHTY, DIANE LUDIN
JENNY MARKETOU, JENNIFER + KEVIN MCCOY
MTAA, MARK NAPIER, CARSTEN NICOLAI, FRANCESCA DA
RIMINI, LEE SONGE, LINDA WALLACE, and MACIEJ
WISNIEWSKI 

[documentary images + video will be forthcoming]

for more information:
email cristinewang {AT} yahoo.com
tel:  917.318.0081
http://www.artnet.com/tribes.html

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


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Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 20:31:42 -0500
From: "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>
Subject: http://www.fineartforum.org/

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Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 05:23:51 -0200
From: "Eduardo Verillo" <verillo {AT} ig.com.br>
Subject: AnimaMundi - Brasil

I don´t know if this is realy important
to this mail list, but it´s a cool thing...

The AnimaMundi is a animation festival
here in Brasil, and thei´ve launched
a website with a lot of cool flash and
.gif animations...  not boring animations
but something that has something to say...
here is the URL: http://www.animamundiweb.com.br/

Some foreign people thinks that here there is
just monkeys  and bananas...  this is not true,
there is a lot of technology and culture here,
and I´m vary glad to help if you want to know
something more from Brasil !

Thanx and I hope you enjoy it !

eVerillo
verillo {AT} ig.com.br

PS: Sorry about my english  mistakes, I don´t
speak english very well !


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Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 12:44:15 -0800
From: "Talan Memmott" <talan {AT} percepticon.com>
Subject: BeeHive 3:4 Now Online!


*apologies for cross-posting*
________________________________________________

BeeHive Hypertext/Hypermedia Literary Journal

Volume 3 : Issue 4   |...|   December 2000
________________________________________________
ISSN: 1528-8102
http://beehive.temporalimage.com
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IN THIS ISSUE...

________________

TOWARD ELECTRACY : A CONVERSATION WITH GREGORY ULMER

GREGORY ULMER / TALAN MEMMOTT

with an introduction by MARK AMERIKA

Reasoneon, emerAgency, fetishturgy --
BeeHive Editor Talan Memmott and theorist Gregory Ulmer sit down (at
opposite ends of the American continent) to discuss this, that and
electracy...

http://beehive.temporalimage.com/content_apps34/app_a.html

>>--------<<

TIDELAND

by M.D. COVERLEY

hypermedia contemplation....

http://beehive.temporalimage.com/content_apps34/app_b.html

>>--------<<

The ART OF M[EZ]ANG.ELLE.ING:CONSTRUCTING POLYSEMIC & NEOLOGY FIC/FACTIONS
ONLINE

by MEZ BREEZE

writing on writing....

http://beehive.temporalimage.com/content_apps34/app_c.html

>>--------<<

TECHNOCRIME and OTHERS

by KENJI SIRATORI

short, abstract techno-fiction from Japan
including -- 'Technocrime', 'n+a+n+o(:tragedy of this electron theory)', and
'SCAN!'

http://beehive.temporalimage.com/content_apps34/app_d.html

>>--------<<

RECOMBINANT / CODE POETRY

by RE_WORKINPR

poetical, textual montage...

http://beehive.temporalimage.com/content_apps34/app_e.html

>>--------<<

THE ILLUSTRATED RAD / A SHORT HISTORY OF TOOLMAKING

by I.B. RAD

Radical, illustrated poetic commentary...

http://beehive.temporalimage.com/content_apps34/app_f.html

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BeeHive ArcHive:
http://beehive.temporalimage.com/archive/index.html

ALL THE CONTENT FROM PAST ISSUES OF BEEHIVE

Highlights include:

QUEEN BEES AND THE HUM OF THE HIVE : CAROLYN GUERTIN
http://beehive.temporalimage.com/archive/12arc.html

NY/SF POETRY COLLECTION : 30 Poets from San Francisco and New York
http://beehive.temporalimage.com/archive/23arc.html

DROP-KICKING THE TEXT : JULIE CHASE
http://beehive.temporalimage.com/archive/31arc.html

MIST RIDGE : BARRY SMYLIE, ROBIN BAKER, GEORGE STEPANENKO
http://beehive.temporalimage.com/archive/32arc.html


________________________________________________


BeeHive Creative Director: Talan Memmott / beehive {AT} percepticon.com
BeeHive Poetry Editor: Ted Warnell / beehivepoetry {AT} percepticon.com


BeeHive Hypertext/Hypermedia Literary Journal is
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PERCEPTICON CORPORATION
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copyright 1998-2000
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Techinical Note:
Due to Netscape's total departure from their own previous propritery DHTML
protocols
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Over the next few months BeeHive will be working hard to make as many
archived works as possible
compliant with the W3C Document Object Model and NETSCAPE 6.0.

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Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 12:43:52 -0500
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THROWING PIES AT THE MEDIA
News Dissector Danny Schechter argues the media are
missing important stories in America's post-election soap opera.
http://www.mediachannel.org/views/dissector/piethrow.shtml

INDIE FILM ONLINE
Can the Internet free filmmakers from the commercial mediocrity
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Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 19:03:52 +0100
From: "Tommaso Tozzi" <t.tozzi {AT} ecn.org>
Subject: Art work/No Censorship 214T

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ENGLISH TRANSLATION AT BOTTOM
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Ringraziamo tutte le persone e associazioni che hanno inviato messaggi
contro la censura 214-T.

Fino ad oggi sono arrivati 45 messaggi che abbiamo iniziato ad impaginare
per fare la web-opera-protesta "No-Cens-214-T".
Si possono inviare messaggi di protesta creativa fino al 31 dic. 2000.
Il traffico di e-mail generato dall'appello no-cens-214-T e' considerato da
noi "oper'azione artistica" a tutti gli effetti, e sara' considerata
conclusa il 31 dic. 2000.
L'impaginazione web sara' il passo successivo per una elaborazione
collettiva che potrebbe non avere mai fine.
L'opera web e' e sara' No-Copyright: chiunque puo' duplicarla, modificarla
come meglio crede, e pubblicarla su un proprio sito, a patto che vengano
citati i nomi di tutti i partecipanti.
Ogni partecipante e' esplicitamente invitato a realizzare una propria
versione dell'opera e a pubblicizzarla.

Da ora e' visibile il "work in progress" della prima versione web
dell'opera su:
www.verdegiac.org/nocens214t
www.netstrike.it/214t/

Dal 4 gen. 2001 sara' visibile la versione con tutti i messaggi arrivati su:
www.netstrike.it/214t/opera.htm
www.verdegiac.org/nocens214t

Tutti i materiali originali si potranno scaricare dal 4 gen. 2001 da:
www.verdegiac.org/messaggi.zip
www.netstrike.it/214t/messaggi.zip

Se si desiderano avere i messaggi originali sin da ora o altre informazioni
scrivete a:
info {AT} verdegiac.org e t.tozzi {AT} ecn.org

E' stata attivata una Mailing List per inviare e ricevere messaggi sulle
variazioni e/o moltiplicazioni dell'opera e per tenersi in contatto; per
iscriversi: nocens214t.listbot.com

Da questo momento ogni messaggio interno relativo a "No-Cens-214-T" sara'
ricevuto solo dagli iscritti alla Mailing List nocens214t {AT} listbot.com

Questo messaggio e' stato inviato anche all'On. Nencini che ringraziamo per
averci dato l'occasione di creare questa "oper'azione" collettiva e che
invitiamo ad iscriversi alla Mailing List per dialogare con noi tutti.

All'url: http://www.domusweb.it nella sezione Modus - web - topics e'
possibile trovare un articolo
ipertestuale di Annalisa Musso su tutta la vicenda.

Per ulteriori informazioni sul Netstrike: www.netstrike.it

Ancora Grazie
Tommaso Tozzi, Giacomo Verde

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ENGLISH TRANSLATION
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We thank all individuals and associations who have sent messages against the
censorship 214-T

Up until now we have received 45 messages which we have begun to put
together to make a web-art-protest "No-Cens-214-T"
Messages of creative protest can be sent up until 31 December 2000.
The e-mail traffic generated by the appeal no-cens-214-T is considered by us
" oper'azione artistica" (action artwork) to all effects and will be
concluded on 31 December 2000.
The web layout will be the next stage to create a collective piece of work
which could carry on for ever.
The web piece is and will be 'No copyright': anyone can duplicate it, change
it as they see fit and publish it on their own site, provided that the names
of the participants are published.
Each participant is explicitly invited to create their own version of the
piece and publish it.

The "work in progress" of the first web version of the piece can now be seen
at:

www.verdegiac.org/nocens214t
www.netstrike.it/214t/

 From 4 January 2001 the version with all the messages arrived can be seen
at::
www.netstrike.it/214t/opera.htm
www.verdegiac.org/nocens214t

All original material can be downloaded from the 4 January 2001 from:
www.verdegiac.org/messaggi.zip
www.netstrike.it/214t/messaggi.zip

If you would like to have the original messages received up to now or other
information write to:
info {AT} verdegiac.org e t.tozzi {AT} ecn.org

A mailing list has been set up for sending and receiving messages on the
variations and or multiplications of the work and to keep in contact, to
register:
nocens214t.listbot.com

 From this moment each internal message relating to "No-Cens-214-T" will be
received only by those registered on the Mailing List
nocens214t {AT} listbot.com

This message has also been sent to Hon. Nencini thanking him for having
provided the occasion to create this collective "oper'azione" and that we
invite him to register on the Mailing List to talk to us all.

At http://www.domusweb.it in the section Modus - web - topics you can find
an article by Annalisa Musso which describes the whole story.
For further information on Netstrike:www.netstrike.it

Thanks again
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Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 22:18:16 -0500
From: "George(s) Lessard" <media {AT} web.net>
Subject: MIT Technology Review "crystal ball" issue looks at 10 areas


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From: VJMachiavelli {AT} webtv.net
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 00:49:42 -0500 (EST)
Subject: MIT/Crystal Ball

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CRYSTAL BALL
   MIT's excellent Technology Review magazine has a special issue
looking at 10 technologies it thinks will soon have a profound impact on
the economy and how we live and work. Their crystal ball looks at
brain-machine interfaces, flexible transistors, data mining, digital
rights management, biometrics, natural language processing,
microphotonics, cryptography, robot design and microfluidics. See
http://www.techreview.com/articles/jan01/TR10_toc.html [URL fixed --DBM]

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