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[Nettime-bold] All those who bathe in the convenience of dualities...


are doomed to repeat their own histories. Must we languish with the same
symbols and memes? Nezvanova, I am compassionate -- translated:
kompazzionet. Is that intelligible? Or must it be further encrypted?

Where is the blossom? Must it be digital? Monolinguistic? Monokonsonant? Is
there a metaprocess at work here? I am enkwiring. I want to know.

I zwear.

Sincerely,

Jay



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>   1. [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ b38f28fy28yf82yf (integer@www.god-emil.dk)
>   2. [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ (integer@www.god-emil.dk)
>   3. 242.firewire (integer@www.god-emil.dk)
>   4. [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ p r o m ! s z. p r o m ! s z
(integer@www.god-emil.dk)
>   5. [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ !bsen (integer@www.god-emil.dk)
>   6. [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ (integer@www.god-emil.dk)
>   7. Bush Body Count (Dimitri Devyatkin)
>   8. Tech CEO's advise New Administration or need for broader ranging
advice (Ronda Hauben)
>   9. for immediate release: February Exhibition (Artemisia Gallery)
>   10. STOP ascii INANITY SPAM (200x) (srnoble@pacbell.net)
>   11. all is full of life (integer@www.god-emil.dk)
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 1
> From: integer@www.god-emil.dk
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 10:02:37 +0100
> To: lev@shoko.calarts.edu
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ b38f28fy28yf82yf
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
>
>
> i have returned from an excursion into life.
> i've brought you [not yyyou] these.
>
>
>         http://membank.org/dataset/f/ep!logue.mov
>         http://membank.org/dataset/f/prologue.mov
>
>
> i have such need for truth. it must be that need of immediate reko[r]ding
which
> incites me to write almost while i am living. before it is altered.
modified by
> distance + time.
>
> writing for a hostile world discouraged me. writing for you [not yyyou]
gave me
> the illusion of a warm ambiance i needed to flower in.
>
> it hurts to be giving one's self away. what destroys life is the absence
of mystery.
> it seems monstrous to me to expose the sentiments one has. even those in
the past.
> even the ultra mort ones.
>
> i only regret that everyone wants to deprive me of you [not yyyou]
> who are the only steadfast friend i have. the only one that makes life
bearable.
> because my happiness with humans is so precarious. my confiding moods rare
and
> the least sign of non.interest suffices to silence me. with you [not
...`80 percent`]
> i am at ease.
>
> at times i feel as though you may have hampered me as an `artist`.
> "talking to this friend has perhaps wasted my life"
>
> yet ... rather than writing a novel i lie back with this book
> and a pen and a dream and indulge my refractions and defractions
> i relive my life in a dream. for dream is only life.
> i see in the echoes and reverberations the transfigurations which alone
> keep wonder pure. otherwise all magic is lost. otherwise life shows its
> deformities and the homeliness becomes rust ... all matter must be fused
this
> way through the lens of my vice or the rust of living would slow down my
rhythm
> to a sob.
>
> "my dear diary" she wrote at the time. "it is i speaking to you
> and not one who thinks as every body should think. dear diary pity me
> but listen to me"
>
> and as the fanciful youngster blossomed into a vivacious young woman
> "possessed by a fever for knowledge. experience and creation" she also
began
> to konstrukt for herself an "image". a "persona" which enabled her to face
the world.
> "there were always in me" she noted. "two women at least. one woman
desperate and bewildered
> who felt she was drowning and another who would leap into a scene as upon
> a stage - redress her emotions because they were weakness. helplessness.
despair
> and present to the world only a smile. an eagerness. curiosity.
enthusiasm. interest"
>
> you [not yyyou] are the gathering place of my fragmented self.
> i have made myself personally responsible for every being who
> may come my way.
>
> what i have to say is distinct from that you [not ...8o prozent] have to
say.
> i am she who reconciles
> action and kontemplation
> involvement and self preservation
> emotion and intellect
> dreams and reality
> i am she who despairs at reconciling.
>
>
>
>
> it all began so innocently.
>
>
>
> an [slightly edited]
>
>
>
> \\ !mprov!ng enkr!pz!on.teknolog!ez.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> -
>
> Netochka Nezvanova
> f3.MASCHIN3NKUNST
> @www.eusocial.com
> 17.hzV.tRL.478
>                                                     e
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>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 2
> From: integer@www.god-emil.dk
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 10:54:33 +0100
> To: list@RHIZOME.COM
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
>
>
>
> are marriage and parenthood based on love and companionship
> or on mutual economic dependence?
>
>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 3
> From: integer@www.god-emil.dk
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 11:36:59 +0100
> To: lev@shoko.calarts.edu
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] 242.firewire
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
> >dear nn,
>
> hi
>
> >thanks for
>
> sch. [ 2 aud!ensz - what +?
>
>
>
>                there are a number of firewire objekts objekts.
>
>                242.filmdv - plays video + audio data from qtfilms
>                             via firewire. (no effekts).
>
>                242.firewire  - plays video data - with effekts
>                242.firewire~ - plays msp audio via firewire
>
>                n2+0.fireuire - plays image\ine data via firewire
>                n2+0.fireuire - plays image\ine audio data via firewire
>
>
>                x.info.data - http://www.eusocial.com/242.fireuire
>
>
> amikalement.nn
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 4
> From: integer@www.god-emil.dk
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 12:45:53 +0100
> To: list@RHIZOME.COM
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ p r o m ! s z. p r o m ! s z
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
>
>
> >I don't personally feel the marriage I inhibit is based on anything
> >but a willingness to face the future.  Something I might not possess
> >otherwise.  Our mutual economic dependence is a double null.
> >
> >And your feelings on the subject, dear?
>
>
> 00. `uh! ! shl nvr mar! z!l!`
>
> 02. `prom!sz 2 luv m! 4evr + mar! m! nvr. p r o m ! s z. p r o m ! s z
[loudl!]` [zrklr hensz pfkt]
>
> 04. `mar!aj = legal!szd prozt!tuz!e`
>
> 07. `nn = 01 m!me.mazk!n`
>
>
> nn kuer! = doez mar!age zabotage zeczual zelekz!on +?
>
>
>
> >Thanks for the new objects.
>
> du = uelkom.
>
>
> >I utilised nato.modular at a performance
> >                               and other assorted max
> >enthusiasts performed.  All were well intrigued by nato in real time.
> >I also took great satisfaction in rendering one instance of something
> >called              null and ultra-null.
>
> !ez plz. m!sz!ng != 01 opz!on. ud 01 brave n2+o.p!lot l!ke 01 neu +
!mprovd amun!z!e +?
>
>
> >And my patches are
> >rudimentary at best.
>
>
> ja +? let m! guesz. du = hand!kap!ng ur.cellz 2 proov ur abs zuper!or!t!
da +?
>
> lekker++
>
>
> vr!!!endl!. nn
>
>
>
>
> re: mar!aj
>
>
>                 Marriage: Life in an Institution
>                 Marriage is discussed as both a personal relationship and
a normative social institution.
>                 A special focus is gender equality-can (and should) it
exist in marriage?
>
>
>
>                 Syfers, ³Why I Want a Wife²
>                 In this article, which appeared in the first issue of Ms.
Magazine (1971),
>                 Syfers provides a cynical profile of the wifely role, and
concludes,
>                 OOwho wouldn¹t want a wife?¹¹.
>
>
>
>                 ? Alternative Paths in Adulthood
>                 Stereotypes about deviant groups such as lesbian couples
and women
>                 who do not marry are countered with research on their
relationship characteristics
>                 and life satisfaction. Living together without marriage;
the consequences of divorce
>                 (psychological, social, and economic); and the
complexities of remarriage and
>                 OOblended families¹¹ are explored.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> theatr!kl geztur + tranzf!n!t zttz.
>
>     .-.                                                               .-.
>    /   \           .-.                                 .-.           /   \
>   /     \         /   \       .-.     _     .-.       /   \         /
\
> -/-------\-------/-----\-----/---\---/-\---/---\-----/-----\-------/------
-\
>           \     /       \   /     \_/   `-'     \   /       \     /
>            \   /         `-'                     `-'         \   /
>             `-'
>
>
> Cordialement. NN.
>
>
>
>
>       pzeudogene 5 + 7865216 7865974 759 r781m3 ncam2 u75330 neurl cell
adez!v
>
>       nouakokakolamomentmal _\0- therapeut!kc klon!ng
>
>
>       do you want your software designs to end up in cardbored boxes
>       or G3O-Z!NKRONOUS 0RB!T +?
>                                                     !
> !
>                                 !                    !
!
>                                  !                     !
!
>                                   !                      !
!
>                                    !                       !
!
>                                     !                        !
!
>                                      !                         !
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>                                       !                          !
!
>                                        !                           !
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>                                         !                            !
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>                                          !                             !
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>                                           !                              !
!
>                                            l
l l
>                                           l                              l
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>                                          l                             l
l
>                                         l                            l
l
>                                        l                           l
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>                                       l                          l
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>                                      l                         l
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>                                     l                        l
                 l
>                                    l                       l
l
>                                   l                      l
l
>                                  l                     l
l
>                                 l                    l
l
>                                l                   l
>
>
>
>
>
>
>         : http://www.membank.org/0000/0000.html
>
>
>
>         : Max Plank Inztitut 4 Ordnung \+\ Disziplin
>
>         : Uber die Konztituzie der Materie  [c]ccp
>         : Netochka Nezvanova - n2+o.eusocial.com
>
>                      __   __
>             ________/ /  /_/
>            /___  __  /  __
>               / /_/ /__/ /__
>              / ____________/
>             /_/
>
>
>
>
>           dze pa!r!ng ov homologouz kromozomez one 4rom each odr prnt
>         dur!ng me!os!z
>           i cannot be bothered.i cannot be bothered.surrender your
pattent.
>
>
>
>                                 n
>
>                                     3
>
>                                 !
>                                     n
>
>
>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 5
> From: integer@www.god-emil.dk
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 13:01:19 +0100
> To: nettime-l@bbs.thing.net
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\ !bsen
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
>
> Henrik Ibsen
> (1828-1906) < Norwegian playwright and poet who is often called the father
of modern drama. His works concentrated on individuals in realistic
psychological conflict rather than on groups.
>
>
>
>
> >hello,
>
>  i have
>
> >i have an installation (which i will document and notify the list)
>
>  hello,
>
> >i have
>
>  i have an installation (which i will document and notify the list)
>
> >that uses [words] in script mode (which i did not write,
>
>  kontrol + you.  -> directory listing denied
>
>
> >i am the visual and
> >concept designer).
>
>  i wish to be the programmer + the visual and designer concept
>
>
> >i wish
>
>  my dreams were real
>
> >to put
>
> appreciate ->  http://www.eusocial.com/pupilla
>
> the concept on this project -> will thank you
> your dreams -> supple. 80 degrees 2 the right. white cloth.
>  - his job would be eliminated.  my dreams are real.
>
>
> your personal m9nd kontainer -> will thank you
> - dial `n` for pleasure  [vraiment. ear   und<->    +?]
>
>
>       just 1 kl!k - http://www.eusocial.com/
>
>
> c!ao. hedda gabler.  [azm@kmg]
>
>
>
>
> !t = `our` land : 01 land of Climate Change + money
>
>
>       - Climate Change +?
>       - quoi +?
>       - Last year we cut emissions by 3.4 million tons
>       - a.bon. du = ultra.
>       - Click hier to see how we plan to cut them even more!!!!
>       - [1 klik] by eliminating waste +?
>       - YES!!!!!
>       - aren't i lovely +?
>       - YES!!!!!
>       - eliminating waste = eliminating jobs ja +?
>       - YES!!!!!
>       - sol.la. splendid. = free the people.
>       - YES!!!!!
>       - i like you.
>       - Putting your electrons to rest.
>       - frrrr.
>
>
>
>
>
>
> tetrakt!z
>
>
>
>                              .
>                             . .
>                            . . .
>                          . . . . .
>
>
>
>
>                                                 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 10
>
>
>
> * .47 throughout
>
>
>
>
>
>                                 root + zrc ov etrnl natur
>                                 ! am dze un!versz + makro.kozmos.
>
>
>                                 ! am dze theme ov z!metr!
>                                 kourszd b! !l!mtd analog!
>
>                                 ! am 4rom all po!ntz ov v!eu
>                                 z!m!lr 2 m!.zelv
>
>
>                                 !d quod !nfer!uz
>                                 z!kut quod zuper!uz
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> uordz = koralz. = d!sz a l l d!sz
> kolon!al madrepora.
>
>
>
> http://m9ndfukc.com/b5c98/zekuensz/10.gif.hTmL
>
>
>
> >Love,
>
> love = dze balansz ov ztresez +?
>
> !zotrop!kl!.nn
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>                                            pre.konssept!n
>                                                  meeTz ver!f1kat!n.
>
>
>
>  -
>
>  Netochka Nezvanova     -  amf!teatre de l.eternelle sap!ensz
>  f3.MASCHIN3NKUNST
>  @www.eusocial.com
>  17.hzV.tRL.478
>                                                      e
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>                                                      |  |     <
>                                     \\----------------+  |  n2t
>                                                         |       >
>                                                         e
>
>
>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 6
> From: integer@www.god-emil.dk
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 12:53:40 +0100
> To: 7-11@mila.ljudmila.org
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] [ot] [!nt] \n2+0\
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
>
> Euripides
> (c. 480-406 BCE) < Ranked with Aeschylus and Sophocles as one of the
greatest Greek dramatists, he enjoyed the least success of the three. Known
even by the ancients as OOthe philosopher of the stage,¹¹ he is admired
today for his belief in the individual and his keen insight into the human
psyche.
>
>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 7
> Reply-To: "Dimitri Devyatkin" <devyatkin@earthlink.net>
> From: "Dimitri Devyatkin" <devyatkin@earthlink.net>
> To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:@snipe.prod.itd.earthlink.net;>
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 10:25:22 -0500
> charset="iso-8859-1"
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] Bush Body Count
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
> > Bush Body Count -- from http://www.bk2k.com/bushbodycount/bodies.html
> >
> > Paul Wilcher <http://dolphin.gulf.net/sep25/Is>
> > His partially decomposed body was found in his home, still seated on the
> > toilet. According to the Washington Times, "...he was investigating the
> > theory of an 'October Surprise' conspiracy during the 1980 federal
> > election campaign. He had been interviewing an inmate who claimed to
have
> > piloted George Bush to Paris so he could secretly seek to delay the
> > release of 52 American hostages in Iran."
> >
> > Sid Adger
> >
<http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/news/nation-world/html98/bush_19990909.h
> > tml>
> > Mr. Adger, a Houston oil supply company executive and Bush family
friend,
> > died in 1996 of unknown causes. Adger was the mysterious businessman who
> > approached General James Rose and asked him to help George W. Bush avoid
> > Vietnam by recommending him for a pilot position with the National
Guard.
> >
> > General James Rose
> > <http://texasobserver.org/Archives/990917_dubya_and_press.html>
> > General Rose recommended George W. Bush for a pilot position with the
> > Texas National Guard. He died of unknown causes in 1993. He was
> > immediately buried and no autopsy was performed.
> >
> > Orlando Letelier
> > He was torn to bits by a car bomb on the streets of Washington DC just
> > before he was to testify against the Chilean dictator Pinochet. After
the
> > bombing, CIA Director George H. W. Bush told the FBI that there had been
> > no Chilean involvement whatsoever. In 1991 the post-Pinochet Chilean
> > Supreme Court asked George H. W. Bush if he would submit to questioning.
> > BUSH REFUSED.
> >
> > Ronni Moffit
> > <http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/CIA%20Hits/Letelier_CIAHits.html>
> > She was Letelier's assistant. She and her husband were riding in the car
> > with Letelier when the bomb exploded. Mr. Moffit survived. Ronni didn't.
> >
> > Amiram Nir
> > He was a former Israeli agent who was in Jerusalem with George Bush
during
> > Iran Contra. He went under the assumed name of Pat Weber. Nir was
> > scheduled to testify to the Senate subcommittee and it was feared he
would
> > reveal the truth. He perished when his aircraft was shot down with
> > missiles from the helicopter of a man called Gene Tatum, 25-year CIA
deep
> > cover agent.
> >
> > Senator John Tower
> > He was appointed by the Reagan/Bush Administration to chair the
bipartisan
> > committee to investigate the Iran/Contra scandals. He directed the Tower
> > Report and had all the Iran Contra documents that told the real story.
He
> > was killed in an airplane crash later in Georgia in 1991. Also killed
was
> > his daughter, Marian.
> >
> > Mario Ruiz Massieu
> >
<http://web-cr05.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/mexico/family/mariorui
> > zmassieu.html>
> > An apparent suicide, Massieu was facing charges that he laundered money
> > for the cocaine cartels. A Houston, Texas jury had found that $8 million
> > in his bank accounts was paid to him by cocaine cartels.
> >
> > Steve Kangas <http://www.politicalamazon.com/kangas.html>
> > His web site, Liberalism Resurgent, was meticulously researched and
> > presented such a problem to the "real boss" of George Bush, Richard
> > Scaife, that he hired a private detective to look into Kangas' past.
Steve
> > Kangas was found in a 39th-floor bathroom outside of Scaife's offices at
> > One Oxford Centre, in Pittsburgh, an apparent suicide. Mr. Kangas, a
very
> > prolific writer, left no note. He had brought a fully-packed suitcase of
> > clothes with him to Pittsburgh. He bought a burglar alarm shortly before
> > he left for Pittsburgh. Why did he need a burglar alarm if he was going
to
> > commit suicide? An avowed advocate of gun control, he nevertheless
bought
> > a gun. What was he afraid of? Why did he go to Pittsburgh? After his
> > death, his computer was sold for $150 and its hard drive wiped clean.
> > Everything in his apartment was thrown away.
> >
> > Mohammed Zia al-huk
> > Dictator of Pakistan, and knew all about Iran/Contra, the training,
> > funding, and arming of narco-terrorists like Osama bin Laden. In August
> > 1988, the same day George Bush got the Republican nomination, his plane
> > crashed into the ground with all engines running. The Pakistanis kept
the
> > bodies around (in violation of Islamic custom) for weeks, awaiting US
> > experts. They showed up three weeks later and never checked the bodies.
> > Why?
> >
> > Malcolm Baldridge <http://www.tje1.com/spn/1987.html>
> > Commerce Secretary May 1987. Baldridge was familiar with the Bush family
> > ties to the Communist Chinese. He died in a mysterious horseback riding
> > accident.
> >
> > Karla Faye Tucker
> > <http://www.time.com/time/magazine/articles/0,3266,39180,00.html>
> > She was executed in spite of enormous protest from the public, even
those
> > religious groups that advocate the death penalty. Even Pat Robertson
> > thought that Karla was truly repentant and asked George W. Bush to spare
> > her life. He refused. Afterward, in a Talk Magazine interview, this
> > stalwart of the Republican Party made fun of the woman whose death
warrant
> > he had sanctioned. How compassionate!
> >
> > John Fitzgerald Kennedy
> > An internal FBI memo reported that on November 22 a reputable
businessman
> > named George H. W. Bush reported hearsay that a certain Young Republican
> > had been talking of killing the President when he came to Houston. The
> > Young Republican was nowhere near Dallas on that date. According to a
1988
> > story in The Nation, J. Edgar Hoover said in a memo that Mr. George Bush
> > of the CIA had been briefed on November 23rd, 1963 about the reaction of
> > anti-Castro Cuban exiles in Miami to the assassination of President
> > Kennedy. George H. W. Bush has denied this, although he was in Texas and
> > cannot account for his whereabouts at the time.
> >
> > Hale Boggs
> > He sat on the Warren Commission, which concluded that President Kennedy
> > was slain by a lone assassin. Later, in 1971 and '72, Boggs said that
the
> > Warren Report was false and that J. Edgar Hoover's FBI not only helped
> > cover up the JFK murder but blackmailed Congress with massive
wire-tapping
> > and spying. He named Warren Commission staff member Arlen Specter as a
> > major cover-up artist. Congressman Boggs' plane disappeared on a flight
to
> > Alaska in 1972. The press, the military, and the CIA publicly proclaimed
> > the plane could not be located. Investigators later said that was a lie,
> > that the plane had been found.
> >
> > George de Mohrenschildt
> > A rich Russian oilman, he was described with his wife as being the two
> > people friendliest to Oswald at the time of the assassination. De
> > Mohrenschildt was the man who moved Oswald to Dallas. In the late
1970's,
> > shortly before the first meeting of the House Select Committee on
> > Assassinations, de Mohrenschildt started seeing a new doctor in town. He
> > quickly became mentally unstable, at which time his wife convinced him
to
> > stop seeing the doctor. They moved away and left a false forwarding
> > address. On the same day that the Committee tried to contact him about
> > testifying, he was found dead of a gunshot wound. In his personal
address
> > book was the entry Bush, George H.W. (Poppy) and Zapata Petroleum
Midland
> > (the oil company owned by George H.W. Bush).
> >
> > Barry Seal
> > He was supposedly murdered by Medellin cartel members, but a 6-month
> > investigation by Sam Dalton, attorney for three of the accused
murderers,
> > into Mr. Seal's life and death uncovered some interesting points. The
> > accused's cartel connections were well known, but not their association
> > with Oliver North's enterprise. Mr. Seal was a drug smuggler, up to his
> > armpits in smuggling cocaine for - guess who? - the CIA. During the
> > penalty phase of the Columbians' trial, testimony by one government
> > witness on the activities of Mr. Seal was so damaging to the government
> > that 2 of the jurors wanted to change their verdict to "not guilty". The
> > personal telephone number of George H. W. Bush was found in the trunk of
> > Mr. Seal's car.
> >
> > William Colby
> >
<http://www.odci.gov/cia/public_affairs/press_release/archives/1996/ps0513
>
> > 96.html>
> > This former CIA director disappeared in an apparent boating accident,
and
> > a body was later discovered (minus the life jacket Colby's friends
> > insisted he always wore while boating) and buried promptly. John DeCamp,
a
> > lawyer from Lincoln, Nebraska, and Colby's close friend and confidant,
> > said Colby's death was not an accident. He stated that Colby was
prepared
> > to disclose that missing P.O.W.'s were working for a dope smuggling
> > operation orchestrated by General Colin Powell, Pentagon official
Richard
> > Armitage, and George H. W. Bush.
> >
> > Mrs. E. Howard Hunt <http://www.weberman.com/nodules/nodule20.htm>
> > In December 1972, while George H. W. Bush was at the Republican National
> > Convention, a United Airlines flight carrying Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, CIA
> > operative and wife of Howard Hunt, (CIA operative and suspect in the
> > Kennedy assassination) crashed. Believed to be carrying $25,000 in "hush
> > money", she died in this crash.
> >
> > Vince Foster <http://dolphin.gulf.net/sep25/Is>
> > It has been conjectured that Mr. Foster was killed by Republican
> > operatives for George Bush after he found evidence of Bush involvement
in
> > the death of Mrs. E. Howard Hunt when reviewing the White House Travel
> > Office files.
> >
> > Danny Casolaro <http://wwfreepress.com/inslaw.html>
> > He was working on a book that tied together the scandals surrounding the
> > presidency of George H. W. Bush. He told his friends he was going to
> > "bring back" the head of the Octopus. Instead, his body was found in a
> > hotel in Martinsburg, West Virginia, on August 10, 1991, an apparent
> > suicide.
> >
> > Don McCoy
> > Mr. McCoy had agreed the day before to turn state's evidence in an FBI
> > investigation that threatened some of El Paso's most prominent business
> > leaders. On February 19, 1988, he took off from El Paso International
> > Airport, banked to the right and headed southwest for approximately 2 ½
> > miles before his plane slammed into the I-10 right-of-way and exploded.
> > With him was his secretary and her 11-year old son. All three were
killed.
> >
> > Olof Palme
> > <http://www.50megs.com/davidicke/icke/magazine/vol5/bush/bush17.htm>
> > He was the prime minister of Sweden, assassinated in 1986. Oliver North,
> > the golden boy of the Bush/Reagan machine, had met with Mr. Palme to
> > discuss the possibility of obtaining false end-user certificates for the
> > plethora of weapons that were being purchased, so that they would seem
to
> > have come from a country other than the U.S. Mr. Palme refused to
> > participate, after the plan was presented to him. He was dead within
> > weeks.
> >
> > Archbishop Oscar Romero <http://www.icomm.ca/carecen/page41.html>
> > Archbishop Romero was a true hero, speaking out against atrocities by a
> > Bush/Reagan-backed fascist government. He refused to appear in public
with
> > any army or government personnel, and was a voice for the thousands of
> > tortured, slaughtered and oppressed in El Salvador. He was shot in the
> > back while preparing Mass. The death of Archbishop Romero is one among
> > many. There is not enough space to list the hundreds of thousands who
died
> > under Reagan/Bush-backed, right-wing governments.
> >
> > David Wayne Spence <http://www.commondreams.org/headlines/061100-01.htm>
> > David Wayne Spence was executed in Texas in 1997 in spite of compelling
> > evidence of his innocence. Two of the State's witnesses were
co-defendants
> > who testified to avoid the death penalty, one of whom changed his story
> > three times in response to discrepancies. He later testified that D.A.
> > Simons encouraged him to alter his testimony. Two other witnesses for
the
> > State were jailhouse snitches who recanted later and stated that Simons
> > offered them favors in exchange for testimony. All of this and more was
> > supposedly reviewed by Governor George W. Bush, but Bush refused to
> > commute his sentence, and did not order the Board of Pardons and Paroles
> > to review his request for clemency. It is a myth that a Texas Governor
can
> > do nothing to stop executions; the Board will almost always go with his
> > recommendation. Bush washed his hands of the matter and did nothing.
> > Reasonable doubt is not a factor in Texas justice.
> >
> > Gary Graham <http://www.ncadp.org/press.html>
> > Gary Graham was convicted of the robbery and murder of a white man in
> > 1981. Nearly two weeks after the crime, the state's prime witness could
> > not pick Gary's picture out of a photo line-up. Mr. Graham was arrested
> > with a 22 caliber pistol. The victim had been killed with a 22, but the
> > police firearms examiner determined that Mr. Graham's gun DID NOT fire
the
> > fatal bullet. Four witnesses said Gary Graham was with them, miles away
> > from the convenience store, when the murder occured. All four took and
> > passed polygraph tests. George W. Bush, predictably, expressed his faith
> > in the Texas judicial system and allowed Mr. Graham to be put to death.
> > Mr. Graham maintained his innocence to the end.
> >
> > William Casey <http://www.consortiumnews.com/archive/xfile7.html>
> > William Casey was CIA Director during the Reagan/Bush Administration. He
> > died 2 days before he was to testify about his and others' involvement
in
> > the Iran/Contra scandal.
> >
> > Lt. Colonel William Harris, Jr. <http://www.cis.net/~coldfeet/Intro.htm>
> > Lt. Col. William Harris was one of two commanding officers who could not
> > perform George W. Bush's annual evaluation covering the year from May 1,
> > 1972 to April 30, 1973. They stated in their filing that "Lt. Bush has
not
> > been observed at this unit during the period of this report."
Fortunately
> > for George W. Bush, Lt. Col. Harris is not here to verify his 1973
> > statement. He's dead.
> >
> > Lt. Colonel Jerry B. Killian <http://www.cis.net/~coldfeet/Intro.htm>
> > Lt. Col. Jerry B. Killian was another of George W. Bush's commanding
> > officers. He cannot testify in a court of law as to George W. Bush's
> > dereliction of his sworn duty. Lt. Col. Killian is dead.
> >
> > Edmond J. Safra <http://www.consortiumnews.com/120499a.html>
> > Banker Edmond J. Safra died mysteriously when a fire swept his Monaco
> > penthouse apartment. His banks had been used for laundering money by the
> > Bush Iran/Contra traitors.
> >
> > Charles Ruff <http://www.bk2k.com/bushbodycount/ruff.html>
> > Attorney Charles Ruff successfully defended President Bill Clinton
against
> > the smear campaign by the reich wing Bush machine. He died of an
accident
> > in his home. Details of the accident are unknown. Ruff had been
assisting
> > Vice President Al Gore's legal team during the recount proceedings in
> > Florida, where a battle for the right to know the will of the people is
> > raging.
> >
> > Lars Erik Nelson <http://www.bk2k.com/bushbodycount/nelson.html>
> > Lars-Erik Nelson was a reporter for the New York Daily News and a
constant
> > critic of George Bush throughout the 2000 Presidential campaign. He
wrote
> > a series of articles on how Bush was trying to steal the Florida
election.
> > Found dead in his living room of an apparent stroke on November 21,
2000,
> > the very day that Bush lawyers were making their arguments before the
> > Florida Supreme Court.
> >
> > Henry B. Gonzalez <http://www.sfbg.com/News/32/21/Features/iraq.html>
> > Henry Gonzalez, former Congressman from Texas, was the Chairman of the
> > House Banking Committee during the Reagan and Bush years. He oversaw
> > hearings on the S&L fiasco which nailed Neil Bush, and tried to have
both
> > Reagan and George Bush impeached. In a speech before Congress on July
27,
> > 1992, Gonzalez revealed that George Bush signed a top secret National
> > Security Decision directive, known as NSD 26, ordering closer ties with
> > Saddam Hussein and Iraq. Henry Gonzalez died of unknown causes on
November
> > 27, 2000.
> >
> > Charles M. McKee and Matthew Gannon
> > Charles M. McKee, ostensibly a military attache for the DIA in Beirut,
> > Matthew Gannon, CIA Deputy Station Chief in Beirut, and three others
were
> > on board Pan Am Flight 103, which exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland.
They
> > were part of a counterterrorist team in Beirut investigating the
possible
> > rescue of 9 American hostages in Lebanon. The McKee team uncovered
> > evidence that a rogue CIA unit called COREA, based in Wiesbaden, was
doing
> > business with a man called Monzer Al-Kassar, a Syrian arms dealer and
drug
> > trafficker. Al-Kassar was part of the covert network run by U.S. Lieut.
> > Colonel Oliver North. Outraged that the COREA unit in Wiesbaden was
doing
> > business with a Syrian who had close terrorist connections and might
> > endanger their chances of rescuing the hostages, the McKee team decided
to
> > fly back to Virginia unannounced and expose the COREA unit's secret deal
> > with al-Kassar. They never got there. "For three years, I've had a
feeling
> > that if Chuck hadn't been on that plane, it wouldn't have been bombed,"
> > said Beulah McKee, 75, Charles McKee's mother, to Time Magazine. Four
> > months after her son was killed for his efforts to expose the CIA, Mrs.
> > McKee received a sympathy letter from George H. W. Bush. Mrs. McKee has
> > never been satisfied with the government's version of events.
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 8
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 12:22:04 -0500 (EST)
> From: ronda@ais.org (Ronda Hauben)
> To: nettime-l@bbs.thing.net
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] Tech CEO's advise New Administration or need for
broader ranging advice
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
> Following is something I sent to Dave Farber's IP list about the
> interesting comment he made about the need to provide adequate
> education so that there can be the needed contributions by
> those with more technical understanding to the political
> and policy process.
>
>
> Dave Farber wrote:
> >Subject: IP: TECH GURUS EDUCATE BUSH.: What's New for Jan 05, 2001
>
> >Based on my experience in DC, what we need is an investment in the
> >University's Law schools to create a technically aware set of politicians
> >and an investment in Engineering Schools to create a policy and
politically
> >aware set of technicians :-) djf
>
> I want to propose that there is also an investment needed in Engineering
> Schools and Law Schools so that they raise the social issues that one
> needs to understand to deal with policy and political issues connected
> with the new computer and networking technology that has been developed
> since WWII.
>
> Quoting:
>
> >>5. TECH GURUS EDUCATE BUSH. Bush met with tech-sector CEO's this
> >>week for policy advice, and got a unanimous answer: we need more
> >>investment in K-12 science and math, to create a technically
> >>educated workforce. Bush proclaimed the issue a priority.
>
> Perhaps a US President needs to meet with more than just tech-sector
> CEO's for policy advice. This is a time of great change and it would seem
> a President of a diverse country like the US needs broad ranging
> information to understand how to meet the challenges of such
> changing times. Donald Price in his book "Government and Science"
> describes the need for scientific and technical advisors to government
> who will provide the broadest possible range of information
> and advice.
>
> I have been reading some articles written in the 1970's by J.C.R.
Licklider
> urging that there is a need for support for socio-technical pioneers to
> contribute to government policy processes.
>
> Also I have just read some of "Giant Brains" by Edmund C. Berkeley
> who was instrumental in forming the ACM. Berkeley's book provides
> important technical descriptions of early computers circa 1949.
> And he provides some discussion of the kind of social oversight and
> leadership needed from government and society for computers to be
> developed in a socially beneficial way.
>
> A few years ago I took an engineering course that surveyed the social
> problems and issues that engineers need to concern themselves with.
> It was a course in civil engineering but it included a broad sweep
> of the kind of regulatory and other government activity that has been
> needed over a long period of time for the engineer to be able to have
> the support needed to design safe and socially beneficial technology.
>
> Project MAC at MIT, the first Center of Excellence set up by Licklider
> after he went to ARPA in 1962, included social concerns among the
> concerns that students there explored. Also Licklider advocated
> support for students who wanted to consider the good as well as
> problemmatic potential impact of the computer and networking technology.
>
> My most recent research, however, has been about the multidisciplinary
> community that Licklider was part of in the 1940's through the 1960's
> when he first went to ARPA to form the Information Processing Techniques
> Office.
>
> This community investigated the nature of natural and artificial
> feedback control mechanisms. In this community were researchers who
> were modeling the human capacity to adapt and learn based on knowledge
> about both the human brain and the newly developed machine
servo-mechanisms.
> An important part of the ability to adapt and learn of human
> systems has to do with regulatory mechanisms that provide a stability
> so that learning and adaptation can be embraced to provide for
> the needed changes to meet the needs of a changing environment.
> When Licklider went to ARPA to create IPTO in 1962, he brought with
> him the experience of this community, and added the ability to
> create new tools and the possibility of a human-computer partnership to
> provide society with the capability of the computer and the human
> interacting online. It was Licklider's hope that the human-computer
> interactive and collaboratory partnership could indeed provide for
> the needed problem solving ability a varying and changing environment
> requires.
>
> This is perhaps a broader perspective than seems to be considered in
> policy circles in general in the US. That is why I am suggesting
> that there is a need to provide a broad socio-technical
> education for students and and other citizens so they can encourage their
> government to make socially beneficial decisions regarding technology.
>
> Its good to see you are encouraging the consideration of such challenges.
>
> Ronda
> ronda@panix.com
> http://www.ais.org/~ronda
> http://www.columbia.edu/~hauben/netbook/
>
> P.S. I am working on a draft paper about the role of the post WWII
> interdisciplinary research community in creating a visionary perspective
> for early computer science developments. I would be glad to send a copy
> to those interested for their comments when it is done.
>
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 9
> Date: Sat, 06 Jan 2001 13:41:40 -0600
> From: Artemisia Gallery <artemisi@enteract.com>
> Reply-To: artemisi@enteract.com
> To: undisclosed-recipients:;
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] for immediate release: February Exhibition
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
> Artemisia Gallery Chicago
> ---
> FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February Exhibition
> Show Dates: February 1st  to February 24th
> Opening Reception: Friday, February 2nd, 5-8 PM
>
> Exhibitions:
> Main Gallery: Rina Yoon
> Korean Printmaker Rina Yoon has lived and worked in the United States
> for over 18 years.  Her dreamlike collographs express her experience the
> sense of timelessness that comes from living this double identity,
> belonging in two places yet belonging in neither.   Her collographs are
> created using an extraordinarily wide range of tools, drawing directly
> on the plate with power tools or an etching needle, applying various
> textured materials, and cutting the plates into various shapes.  Her
> presentation is also unconventional, presenting the prints mounted and
> canvas on stretchers.  Yoon is an Assistant Professor of Printmaking at
> the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.
>
> Gallery A: Deanna Lee
> Deanna Lee's beautiful and obsessive paintings and sculptures merge and
> transform the realistic rendering and the cartoon.  A recent graduate of
> the MFA in Painting and Drawing at The School of the Art Institute of
> Chicago, Deanna is the recipient of this year's Linda Kramer Fund Award
> for Exhibition.
>
> Gallery B: Rasa Staniuniene 'In Space'
> Lithuanian artist Rasa Staniuniene's exhibition at Artemisia has been in
> the planning for several years.  Artemisia Gallery Member Louise
> McKissick met Rasa while working on the CAIP sponsored Observatory
> Project in Lithuania in 1997.  Rasa participated in the exhibition with
> the help of her husband and fellow artist Sigitas Staniuniene, despite
> having just emerged from being in a coma for 8-9 months after falling
> from a four story building while working on an installation project in
> Toronto.  She has continued to work despite limited mobility in a
> country that does not provide much assistance for the disabled, recently
> exhibiting at the Academia Gallery in Vilnius, Lithuania.  Through the
> support of Rasa's family and Louise's commitment to showing Rasa's
> playful abstract drawings and paintings in Chicago, Artemisia Gallery is
> pleased to be presenting this milestone exhibition, 'In Space'.
>
> Gallery C: Alice Shaddle
> Former Artemisia Gallery Member Alice Shaddle has worked in painting,
> sculpture, collage, and installation in her career as a Chicago artist
> which spans almost a half-century.   Her fantastic organic expressions
> of artistic freedom have been exhibited at The Art Institute of Chicago
> and The Museum of Contemporary Art, are in the permanent collection of
> the Smithsonian Institute, and have been reviewed in Artforum and Art in
> America.  On view is a series of collages.
>
> Gallery D: Helidon Gjergji
> Helidon Gjergji was born and raised in Albania, the most aggressive
> 'Communist' dictatorship in the Eastern block, he then lived in Italy
> for many years, and now in the United States.  Experiencing living in
> these disparate social and economic systems has influenced his work both
> in content and form.  His current work combines artifacts of the old and
> new, including media artifacts, merging 'Propaganda' Art and 'Pop' Art
> into what he calls 'Prop' Art.
>
>
> *Gallery web site address http://www.artemisia.org
> For additional information and press packets, call the gallery at (312)
> 226-7323
>
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 10
> Date: 6 Jan 2001 22:36:45 -0000
> To: nettime-l@bbs.thing.net
> From: tokyotokyo@pleine-peau.com (srnoble@pacbell.net)
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] STOP ascii INANITY SPAM (200x)
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
>
> English text is following teh fench one : ;-)
> -----------------------------------------
>
>      To: spam-l
>      Subject: <alphanumeric> tokyo THE INANITY
>      From: srnoble@pacbell.net <ascii0-9@mailbox.syr.edu>
>      Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2000 11:39:41 -0500 (EST)
>      Delivered-To: "spam-archive" nettime-l@bbs.thing.net
>
>
>
>
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>
>
> > > > > Synopsis: alphanumeric THE INANITY Making texts for these tokyo
environments interests me.
>
> Stop the inanity, tokyo.  I'm being buried with meaningless tokyo.  tokyo
> generated for no good reason, by ascii going through the motions.
> Either they're under the illusion they're being productive by issuing
> personal a-z on absolutely everything, or they're convinced they're
> actually bigger, more important 0-9, because they're leaving their mark
> far and 9-0.
>
>                         Net.Art is dead. No, really.
>                         To: undisclosed-recipients:;
>                         Sender: text
>
> Those who hold their alphanumeric are soon forgotten.  Those who hold
their
> z-a will simply be overwhelmed and disappear.  People who choose
> their ascii wisely will be buried alive by the indiscriminate
> z-a, those with identities maintained by spewing continuous
> personal 0-9 on absolutely everything.  They issue high volumes of
> drivel in order to assert, and maintain a case for, their very tokyo.
>
>
> From: "tokyo Nicholas Hermann" <NHerman@pleine-peau.com>
> To: <ascii@BBS.THING.NET>, <a-z@egroups.com>,
>    <0-9@egroups.com>, <9-0@mila.ljudmila.org>,
>    <z-a@RHIZOME.COM>, <text@state.mn.us>, <alphanumeric@walkerart.org>,
>    <President@whitehouse.gov>
> Subject: RHIZIST tokyo bold
>
>                                           pre.konssept!Øn tokyo
>                                                 meeTz ver!f1kat!Øn tokyo.
>
>
>                            Hello from the snow belt.
>
> -
>
> These individuals, Hey my name is a-z, I'm new to the Internet, could you
help me and some of my friends out?
>
>
> My friends Lisa, Dawn, Lori, Beth and I just started College and are doing
this to get us through alphanumeric.
>
>
> We just put up some web pages and are not really sure if it's good.  Can
you check it out and let me know what you think? We don't know if you like
ascii's (about 30 pics of that), or just plain without any 9-0 (About 50 of
that), Lisa and Lori did some z-a stuff cause they are dating, and me and
Lori have a little text with our tokyo!  :-)
>
>
> Please tell me the truth, as I really, really, really, want to make it on
the Internet! These chains of descriptive prose interest me.
>
>
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>
>
> <a href="http://pleine-peau.com/members/srnoble@pacbell.net">Click here to
see!</a>
>
>
> removeme@tokyo.com to be removed.
>
> -- This project has not received 9-0 art-subsidies. Some
> opportunities still exist for financially assisting the publication of a
> CD-ROM archive of sequenced ascii imagery. There's some
> possibility of editions of large a-z. Other supporters receive rare
> 0-9 of the first three alphanumeric printed SPAM-Books.
>
>
> -- Please no mail bombs, LEGIT removal.
>
> J'ai le plaisir de vous faire part Hello,
>                                           sorry for cross-posting >>>>>>>
> >>>> 0-9
> **** asco-o 'alphanumeric' not recognized.
> >>>> Tom tokyo Over the past few weeks I've sent out a couple of
> texts, >>>>>>>> text
> **** asco-o 'ascii' not recognized.
> >>>> alphanumeric Nezvanova     - r!ch.tokyo+edukated
> >>>>
>
>
>
>                                         Best to all in 200x,
>                                         216.175.115.174
>
>                                         srnoble@pacbell.net
>                                         http://pleine-peau.com/n8/spam
>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 11
> From: integer@www.god-emil.dk
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 23:50:44 +0100
> To: list@RHIZOME.COM
> Subject: [Nettime-bold] all is full of life
> Reply-To: nettime-bold@nettime.org
>
>
> >From:
> >
> >ever seen bjork's "all is full of love" video?
>
>
> da. 23 !earz pr!or.
> !t anzuerz "are marriage and parenthood based on love and companionship
> or on mutual economic dependence ?"
>
> is life based on love and companionship
> and/or on mutual `economic` dependence?
>
>
>
> >
> >ps. keep up de g00d wurk
> >
> >>are marriage and parenthood based on love and companionship
> >>or on mutual economic dependence?
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> -
> as per exhibit 242. all goddesses are modular.
>
> to extend
>    to suppress
>       to emerge
>          to colonize
>             to understand
>                to komfort
>                   to destroy
>       to emerge
>          to colonize
>             to understand
>
>            -O 43      /
>       |             | \   |        /
>
>
>                   netochka nezvanova  - volume 4 number 7
>         [c]ccp 0+00 irena sabine czubera. memes pre:served
>                          - kop!eren verboten : http://www.membank.org
>
>
>
>
>
>
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