there are several parallel sets of networks besides the corporate
board... (and these again go back to haacke). each of which is
separate, but thoroughly interlinked. there is the university
presidents/trustees, the museum, large foundations, and of course the
gov't. i love theyrule, but the most dissapointing thing was not
being able to see where the people moved in and out of the gov't. i
remembered a certain number of people, whom i knew had been part of
previous administrations, but it would be nice to be able to see that
connection. wasn't condoleeza rice a board member of chevron, before
she resigned to be national security advisor? i guees, though, that
brings in an element of passing time as well.
>>Yeah, me too. I'm sure if you suggested this to Josh On he could quite
>>easily build it. It's just a database.
>>Then everyone would be able to finally see who went to the same art
>>school as who else. It would be like a Hans Haacke piece, except it
>>would be petty and trivial.
>the info isn't public so the first step would be to gather the info.
>what orgs should be profiled (rhizome, thing, sfmoma, whitney)? will
>it be the boards of the orgs? or directors? or should it be
>bah, to much work.
>+ troikas in baklava
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