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Re: <nettime> important announcement
henk on Mon, 3 Apr 2017 20:49:54 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> important announcement

On Mon, Apr 03, 2017 at 03:26:18PM +0200, Joseph Rabie wrote:
>    The first post, by Ted Byfield announcing the creation of the group, is
>    dated 8th December 2016.

it's bug! Time to update mailman :)


Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2015 07:35:14 +0200
From: nettime mod squad <nettime {AT} kein.org>
To: Nettime <nettime {AT} kein.org>
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Dear Nettimers, present and past --

The first nettime message was sent on 31 May 1995,[1] almost twenty
years ago. A lot has happened since then, and we're proud of how well
this list, and the larger nettime 'neighborhood,' has traced many of
these epochal changes. The list's alumni/ae is a who's who of critical
culture across an incredible range of fields. They -- really, *you*
-- have helped to redefine activism, shape national and international
legal and economic reforms, lead international cultural festivals and
some of the world's most famous musems, produce astonishing works of
art, write fiction and nonfiction that's won awards and redefined
entire disciplines, and build crucial free and open-source software,
to name just a few things. And those are just the 'heroic' stories.
There are many more obscure ones that, if anything, are even more
impressive, as even a quick glance at nettime's Wikipedia entry will
show.[2] A few nettimers have passed away, and we miss them dearly,
still. Moreover, most like-minded projects of a similar age have
either vanished or, alternatively, have succeeded by forsaking their
alternative status for the discursive bonds of institutional security.
Nettime stands alone as a deliberately, even radically independent
project. Its migration over the years -- in-berlin.de, desk.nl,
material.net, thing.net, waag.nl, and now kein.org and bitnik.org --
tells just one part of that story.

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