Ana Buigues
Since the beginning
Works in Puig Playa, Virginia Spain

BIO
.Made in Spain. Valencia, 1962.

Ana Buigues is a Ph.D. student in a department of art history at a Canadian university, the name of which -- as Cervantes would say -- she has no desire to call to mind. Her dissertation investigates emotions, intimacy, and subjectivity in relation to technology and net.art.

Ana Buigues'CV:
http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~abuigues/cvw.html

Ana also has an Emotional Mobile Studio
http://www.geocities.com/supermiembro/otherbio.html --
located halfway through her portable computer, electronic organizer, and cell phone, from which a series of wreadings, meditations, net.art and wap.art projects have sprung.
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clarification


The bikini can be a garment inflected with a certain amount of feminist
concern: who is wearing it? is it part of a dubious fashion layout in a
women's magazine? does the wearer look good? Sometimes looking at a
woman's body becomes a tiring hyper-politicized activity.

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Anal kommen die Frauen
sogar gleich viermal hintereinander
Sie glauben es nicht? Sicher! -Aff.
www.anal-orgasmen.de

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clarification


The clarification for today is rather longish and documentary-like.

With my love for computers,

Ana

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-WHO CREATES VIRUSES?
http://www.crime-research.org/news/2003/05/Mess3004.html

By Timofey Saytarly
Date: May 30, 2003

Viruses are known well, but "virus-makers" are not. According to Sarah
Gordon from Symantec the generalized nature of virus-makers is the
following. They are men of 13-26 years, rather clever or overwhelmed with
desire of self-assertion and to become members of certain society; as a rule
they are encouraged with revenge, sociopolitical motives, desire to show
weakness of technologies, and just with mere curiosity. As a rule, such
"virus-maker" creates viruses not with the purpose of causing harm, but to
be in "advance of technologies ".

Often "virus-makers" do not aim to do harm to someone intentionally; they
dispatch viruses as "experiment". They do not realize that damage which is
done by their "creations" and do not understand that they became initiators
of lots of problems. Frequently they are estranged from a real life and live
in own illusory world.

Sarah Gordon thinks that even toughening legislation cannot stop
"virus-makers". Interrogation has shown that "virus-makers" would not refuse
the business even knowing about criminal prosecution for virus distribution.

Sarah Gordon doesn't consider virus-makers as hackers. Hackers aspire to get
the control over computer systems, virus-makers only send a virus by e-mail.

"Virus-makers" believe they do something "cool" and high-end. But actually
it is not so. Computer viruses are rather simple programs and it is not
necessary to have profound knowledge for virus-making. And at the age of
24-25 years most of them understand it, lose interest and give up this
business.

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-I LOVE YOU
http://www.digitalcraft.org/index.php?artikel\_id(4

By Franziska Nori, digitalcraft

[only excerpts]

What exactly are computer viruses? Who programs them and why? What kind of
world is hidden behind this daily phenomenon

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proportion


.number of files scanned: 8642
.number of viruses found: 917
.time of completion: 10:10:22 total scanning time: 211 sec (00:03:31)

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contact


hi, attached you will find a zip containing 3 viruses ready to be
self-installed in your system as well as a couple of trojan proxy servers.

you don't have enough space for more programs of this type in your system.
please clean up a bit to leave room for the ones being sent in this email.

thanks