dah on Sun, 10 Nov 2002 17:38:29 +0100 (CET)

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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> From Tactical Media to Digital Multitudes

respect and encourage

there are couple de points from Keith Hart that touched someone. Please correct him if he falls.

argumuents would be more reasonable, if they are transparent. an argument which never escapes but still vanishes into vastness of the borderlands. dont see arguments, just actings and reshining of people and their work  within socialicing campaigns. are they in heart or is it just not possible to interact with human beings? 

this is also a mess:
thats more a question than an answer but it seems to be enlightning. answer is maybe yes: it is possible to move people by their open minded passions. the more their arguments are reasonable the more there is one away, meanwhile anyway and everywhere.

not before last one will we be armed. 
[we will score when last one arrived]

the question is not if theories of Karl Mark, Mahatma Schanandhi, Billwett Satyagraha and gopapers are still worth to read [and they are sometimes maybe I think]. another point of view is how individuals move within arguments and political and social structures. how do they try to come along with each others virtual life? is there a metastatic system which has to be defensed?

yes, there could be political activism in a cultural three-lingual-d opinion. the question maybe starts from how artists react when excluded from a wider culture, as if their comuniques would not also be seen as a political acting. for instance: are bands and musicans playing poems within campains just help to mobilice? Or is it this, what their political acting means and do pure-beings, whos ideas are shared, see the painters point of views?

based on this pont de Sound theres no differnce between intellectual, political, socializing and cultural works. just listen someones opinion, 
here and meanwhile there.

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