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I/O/D

Colin Green, Matthew Fuller and Simon Pope began working together in 1994. In 1995, Fuller and Pope described I/O/D as a "hyperactive electronic zine I/O/D" which takes the form of "a Macromedia Director Projector" that can be distributed on a single floppy disk, a small size that would also allow for distribution over the internet. [1] In a 1998 article, Fuller described I/O/D as "a three-person collective based in London. As an acronym, the name stands for everything it is possible for it to stand for." [2]

[1] Simon Pope and Matthew Fuller, "WARNING! This Computer Has Multiple Personality Disorder," bak.spc.org. Online, Accessed 8/30/2013.

[2] Matthew Fuller, "A means of mutation: Notes on I/O/D 4, 'The Web Stalker,'" bak.spc.org. Online, Accessed 8/30/2013.

I/O/D