Alan Sondheim on Wed, 18 Aug 2004 10:57:36 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> what is going on, on nettime?

It's not only what moves people these days, but how people are moved, and,
to be honest, how one wants to move them. It's a question on the one hand,
of course, of political/political economy, especially for some of us,
bandwidth/distribution economy - but it's also a question of language and
languaging itself, which is where, uncomfortably and belligerantly, nn
comes into play, as well as codework.

As I wrote you - I'd like to see the Unstable Digest started up again, by
Florian if he wants, or if not, I can work with other people on it - the
balance was wonderful.

There's a related issue, and that is, that what moves people is always
open to exploration, to wonder - for me, that's what holds my interest in
codework and its ilk, nn and jodi even now, and many others working across
net media.

- Alan

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