fee plumley
Since the beginning
Works in sydney Australia

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geek artist who will soon be driving around Australia making & sharing geek art with my Nomads in Residence & people we meet en route.
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DISCUSSION

nick crowe's artones.net 'axis of evil' ringtones and logos


As a company, we create, commission and teach people to make content for mobile phones.

One of our projects, http://www.artones.net is particularly pertinant to the current war/anti-war situation as it contains axis of evil ringtones and 'jihad' in arabic as a handset logo (please note items are only available for sale in the UK).

The artist concerned is Nick Crowe, based in Manchester. Other artists in the project include London's Lucy Kimbell and Thompson & Craighead, and there are items made by ourselves, the-phone-book Limited.

The point behind the commission (funded by The Arts Council of England's North West Board) is to examine the commercial potential of sms technology for artists - we sell the items on a premium rate gateway for roughly

DISCUSSION

Event invitation


the-phone-book invites you to join us in person at TheCircle or live online
via http://www.the-phone-book.com for the launch of a new discussion group
and our first live spoken word event, performed by authors from
the-phone-book's North of England collection.

Wednesday June 12th 2002
Part One ~ 7pm (British Summer Time)
Part Two ~ 9pm (British Summer Time)

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Part One ~
This chat is the first of a series of discussions that will follow the
developments of the-phone-book Limited to the end of the year as we produce
three of our main commissions utilising the limitations - and potentials -
of wireless interfaces across the world.

Chatters' include:
Brian Crawford (ifone, UK)
Nick Crowe (artist, UK)
Derek Hales (Huddersfield University, UK)
Tom Holley (Creative Director, Huddersfield Media Centre, UK)
Kathy Rae Huffman (Cornerhouse Creative Director, UK)
Haruo Ishii (ISEA2002, Japan)
Nickie Hirst (Pogo, UK)
Stephan Meyers (Nokia, USA)
Stuart Nolan (needleworkTV, UK)
Sadie Plant (writer of Motorola's 'On The Mobile' report)
Douglas Rushkoff (American cyber journalist)

Join us here, live and online, at the following international times:
7pm ~ UK (British Summer Time/Daylight Saving Time)
8pm ~ Central Europe
8pm ~ Johannesburg, Africa
9pm ~ Jerusalem, Israel
11am ~ Vancouver, Canada
12pm ~ Banff, Canada
2pm ~ Montreal, Canada
11am ~ Los Angeles, USA
2pm ~ New York, USA
3pm ~ Sao Paolo, Brazil
11.30pm ~ Calcutta, India
3am ~ Tokyo, Japan (13th June 2002)
4am ~ Sydney, Australia (13th June 2002)
6am ~ Auckland, New Zealand (13th June 2002)
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Part Two ~
The Circle Club RSVP only Doors open at 8pm for a 9pm performance.
Unit 13 Barton Arcade, Barton Square, Manchester M3 2BB.

With readings of Mini, Micro and Short Micro Stories, both published and
unpublished from writers based in the North of England, webstreamed live to
our international audiences:

Ken Barlow | v2.0, v3.0, v6.0
David Bateman | v1.0, v2.0, v4.0, v5.0, v6.0
David Gaffney | v3.0, v4.0, v5.0, v6.0
Cath Staincliffe | v2.0, v3.0, v4.0, v5.0, v6.0

To confirm your desire to attend in person, email events@the-phone-book.com
or call 07801 837281, or join us here, live and online, at the following
times:
9pm ~ UK (British Summer Time/Daylight Saving Time)
10pm ~ Central Europe
10pm ~ Johannesburg, Africa
11pm ~ Jerusalem, Israel
1pm ~ Vancouver, Canada
2pm ~ Banff, Canada
1pm ~ Los Angeles, USA
4pm ~ New York, USA
5pm ~ Sao Paolo, Brazil
5am ~ Tokyo, Japan (13th June 2002)
1.30am ~ Calcutta, India (13th June 2002)
6am ~ Sydney, Australia (13th June 2002)
8am ~ Auckland, New Zealand (13th June 2002)

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fee plumley, producer

http://www.the-phone-book.com - the world's shortest fiction, brought to you
wherever you want it.

Check out our new look for the sixth version!

Full details can be found via the following links:
Traditional Internet - Go to http://www.the-phone-book.com
or
Wireless Internet - Insert http://www.the-phone-book.com/index.wml into your
wap-enabled telephone!

DISCUSSION

online discussion invitation - June 12th 2002


Dear Reena,
We'd be grateful if you could put this two part event out on your lists.
Many thanks, fee.

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the-phone-book invites you to join us in person at TheCircle or live online
via http://www.the-phone-book.com for the launch of a new discussion group
and our first live spoken word event, performed by authors from
the-phone-book's North of England collection.

Wednesday June 12th 2002
Part One ~ 7pm (British Summer Time)
Part Two ~ 9pm (British Summer Time)

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Part One ~ 7pm (British Summer Time)

Mobile telephones have changed the way we interact, socially and at work;
kids have developed their own secret codes, lovers maintain permanent
contact regardless of physical distances, consumers have learned to accept
that a