Philip Pocock on Tue, 17 Mar 1998 10:02:26 +0100 (MET)

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<nettime> mo' bandwidth

Todays (16.03.98) International Herald Tribune had an article about 36Mb/sec.
satellite connectivity to the Internet and wrote about the documenta net
artists loose collaborative effort to establish the global human right to
bandwidth for everyone.

An article like this is in the lingua franca of i-space, and may be
reached at:

or send email:

4 those too lazy or disgusted to click into webspace her is a short quote
from the article by Richard Covington titled

*A Lively Race on the Net*

"...disgruntled Internet users have even formed political lobbying groups
such as the loose coalition of digital artists and technological advocates
at a documenta art exhibit last summer in Kassel, Germany, who started a
movement demanding 'bandwidth for all.'

I think the Dutch center for new and old media had something to do with
this selected example of netbeing rights.

for your information.

philip pocock

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