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Agree. "Research" can consist of what comes in on your feeds right now.
Aug. 3 2012 17:15 on Introducing the Rhizome Tumblr

huh?
Sept. 2 2010 12:10 on Richard S. Mitchell on 16777216

why has rhizome posted this shite?
Have you made sure that the Tate can reuse these empty boxes after the weekend? Or are you sending them all back to NYC for archiving?

If they are simply ...
project as in hobby?

feel free to actually read and mentally quantify the commentaries Brian.
it isn't the Tate exhibiting. It's an art fair to which Rhizome have been invited along with a few hundred other art orgs.

You'd have to be pretty desperate to ...
a "mental picture of the vast global infrastructure of shipping."

mental as in, in my head, as in imaginary?
I trust you have set aside funding to carbon offset this project.
March 11 2010 19:40 on FAVICONTEST: Winner(s)

There would be nothing more superfluous, annoying and distracting than an animated favicon.
Aug. 12 2009 16:01 on Civilization 2.0

“Much of the work we began to show at SEVENTEEN was at first alien to people in London,”

really? who to Dazed and Confused readers?

"Britain’s oddly conservative art ...
July 17 2009 17:14 on g (2008) - Jack Strange

the g key is very close to a (well, at least on the same line) - a being the first letter of apple.
July 17 2009 17:08 on On Networked Equality

why more recent?
July 16 2009 17:06 on On Networked Equality

to expand more - the only references to "Networked Equality" are this post (#1 on Google) and event listings. To ask for "recent art works related to the topic of "Networked ...
July 16 2009 17:00 on On Networked Equality

what is meant by "Networked Equality"?
July 12 2009 17:42 on Wikipedia Art

'Wikipedia Art' is utter bollocks.

I have no intention of helping to further legitimize it it by providing reasoned and cited debate to support my statement.
March 27 2009 06:45 on Media Studies

It is not so much erased images, but more holding images or spacers designers use for layout, especially adverts - in the case there is no ad from the ad server ...
May 18 2008 17:56 on Out of Office AutoReply

Hi Tom, You can prove for yourself that this it wouldn't happen. Try it with two users in the same office. Programmers have - logically - written exceptions to prevent this from ...
May 11 2008 20:29 on Out of Office AutoReply

'Back and forth' isn't in the nature of 'out-of-office' replies. The standard is to send only once to each recipient. Ie, the computers should only send one reply each. To ...