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DISCUSSION

Re: Re: ------Yr.Nerve.Connection------------


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abe wrote:

> dear netwurker,
>
> looks like your message got all jumbled up somehow, and i can't make
> out wh=
> at you wrote! :(
>
> please try again,
>
> abe
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: #social_victim_meat#
> To: o-o@konf.lt ; pimatalk@yahoogroups.com ; list@rhizome.org ;
> screenbur=
> n@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2005 3:38 PM
> Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: ------Yr.Nerve.Connection------------
>
>
> ___________________________________________________
> ------Yr.Nerve.Connection--------------------- 06:26am 23/05/2005
> ___________________________________________________
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>
> _raw[peach.n.fused]nerves+flipped.[g](manda)rin.ding_
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> __________________________________________
> __ 07:34am 19/05/2005
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> ...........+sky[pe].c[at]louds+lonely.[dream]kittens+...........
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> _________________________________________________
> _harm[subs]onic[011.^]_ 07:33am 18/05/2005
> _________________________________________________
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> 1._benny.zine.[dead]ring[err]_
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> -----------------------------------------[ dream.hapti.kali]
> ------------------------------[ C++monkeys +
> powder.code.puffing.up.ASCIIlaced-h.ills]
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> sensory.uber.l.oa[f]dishness]
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> 2._harmonically.mobius.stripped+t[ime.tr(unr)avel]arred_
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> strip.affectivity.g[h]el

+theory.blanced+ASOC.b.leached]
> -----------------------------------------------------[ X^
> +strip.side=1]
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> 3._st[sc]arred.nite.life_
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> ________________________________________________
> _[por]Ridged.Devi.NT.Cloud[s]ing_ 08:56pm 04/05/2005
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> _data.waving.+com(m)a(n.d){mained}.lined_
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> ________________________________________
> _male.s[trait]ky.jacking_ 08:56pm 04/05/2005
> ________________________________________
>
>
> #n.tit[t]ies.drunk.on.powa.luv+dick.tacted.dreams.of.str[aight-jacket][h]=
> iat[us]edness#
> #switching.persona.[base.line_ball]caps.in.d_nial.function.keys#
> #[t]rap(bi)

ed(al).in.work.[sta(rk)gnating]g.loss#
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> [-f]Unction:promises+draining//face/testoster.on[/who(re)is?][moan]al/
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> .observation.[st(a)r.(g)ait]jacketing
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DISCUSSION

Re: Re: Re: New Membership Policy


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Francis Hwang wrote:

> Well, it's a funny thing. Newest content is the most valuable, for
> sure, but that doesn't necessarily mean you can charge for it. I
> actually blogged about this, a few months back, on my own site:
>
> http://fhwang.net/blog/51.html
>
> It's useful, for the purposes of discussion, to divide content into
> two
> completely arbitrary categories: "news" and "archives". News--which
> is
> to say anything that's about notifying you of a new thing happening
> recently--is a highly in-demand product, but there are lots of people
> giving it away for free online, so you can't really charge for it. I
> can only think of one company that's been able to do this reliably
> online, and that's the Wall Street Journal--and obviously that works
> for them because their customers are Godless capitalists who are
> willing to pay for premium services like WSJ content. But it hasn't
> worked reliably for Salon or the NYT online, and I don't personally
> have any faith that it'd work for us.
>
> Archives aren't nearly as popular as news, and in fact, people who
> want
> archives are looking for somewhat different reasons as those who want
> news. Someone looking for a one-day-old text wants to read that funny
> thing that somebody wrote yesterday, or join some chatter about a
> recent news article or how to make a living in the field. Someone
> looking for a five-year-old text is more likely to be doing some sort
> of research.
>
> It turns out that a lot of people would like a little bit of access
> to
> the archives, but people who really need access to the
> archives--we're
> talking academics, researchers, historians, etc.--are more likely to
> justify paying some money for it. Hence the $25 requirement at 1
> year-plus. Of course, an individual donation of $25 can be steep for
> some of those folks; the idea is that if they're affiliated with some
> sort of an organization, like a library or a university, that
> organization can sign up for an organizational subscription instead.
>
> ( By the way, we also offer complimentary organizational
> subscriptions
> to new media arts organizations in developing countries; contact
> Kevin
> at kevin@rhizome.org if you think you'd qualify. )
>
> The division between news consumers and archive consumers is quite
> arbitrary, of course. And you can make the case that with the rise of
> amateur publishing, amateur history, etc., etc., enabled by internet
> culture, such a division may be rendered entirely useless at some
> point
> in the near future. But it works for some organizations today, and
> we're hoping it'll work for us for a while.
>
> Of course, ideally you wouldn't have to charge for anything. But I'm
> fairly confident that our new policy is one that will be
> significantly
> less irritating for everybody on a day-to-day basis. And it does so
> while letting us sustain or increase our member-driven revenue--which
> is, unfortunately, something we always have to be conscious of here
> in
> the office.
>
> But of course, this is just another try at a difficult problem. Like
> the New York Times, like Salon, like Kuro5hin, and everyone else,
> we're
> always looking for the best policy that allows us to make enough
> money
> to keep doing interesting things, while annoying people as little as
> possible. I don't think we'll need to tinker with this policy for
> some
> time--but this is the internets, after all, so eventually you're
> going
> to have to tinker with everything.
>
> Francis Hwang
> Director of Technology
> Rhizome.org
> phone: 212-219-1288x202
> AIM: francisrhizome
> + + +
> On May 24, 2005, at 8:36 AM, Jason Van Anden wrote:
>
> > This policy change is super - thank you! Offering value-added
> > features for paying members makes a lot of sense - and I look
> forward
> > to the features Rhizome has in store.
> >
> > I disagree with the archiving concept though. I feel the
> membership
> > gets more value by the "old" content being freely available.
> Placing
> > this content in a lock box prevents a casual audience from
> discovering
> > Rhizome (and its membership's art and words) via the serach engines.
>
> > It seems to me that a better model might be the reverse - paying
> > members would have access to fresher content - and everyone else
> would
> > have access after some time period (a day, a week, etc...).
> >
> > Jason Van Anden
> > www.smileproject.com
> > +
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> > Subscribers to Rhizome are subject to the terms set out in the
> > Membership Agreement available online at
> http://rhizome.org/info/29.php
> >
>

DISCUSSION

Re: Re: FW: MIXBURGH


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eric herbranson wrote:

> Kevin McGarry wrote:
>
> >
> > ------ Forwarded Message
> > From: Heather Hubbs <heatherhubbs77@yahoo.com>
> > Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 08:34:33 -0700 (PDT)
> > To: heatherhubbs77@yahoo.com
> > Subject: MIXBURGH
> >
> > Please forward to anyone else who might be interested.
> > thank you!
> > Heather
> >
> > " MIXTAPES " is going to Pittsburgh!
> >
> > Everyone who made tapes for the General Store show
> > last month did a sweet job. The only thing lacking was
> > more tapes, more tapes, more tapes!
> >
> > They stopped making tape in the U.S. , so this may be
> > the last show of it's kind EVER ! Dust off your Sanyo
> > tape boombox and high speed dubbing button. I-pods are
> > wack.
> >
> > This Pittsburgh event will be more bigger and more
> > betterer, with a giant cardboard boombox and T-shirt
> > tree. And dancing. It's at a space called SPACE (
> > www.spacepittsburgh.org ), and will be part of an
> > event about spaces, and what goes on in the space at
> > the spaces.
> >
> > It opens June 3. Send tapes with original cover art to
> > the G by June 1. Please send at least two tapes, one
> > master that will not be for sale, and as many extra
> > copies as you want that will be for sale. Tapes should
> > be 20 bucks or less, price them as you see fit.
> > General Store will take 50%. Track listings are not
> > necessary, just your name and address.
> >
> > ALL PARTICIPANTS will recieve a MeGaMiX of all the
> > mixes in the mail mixed by me. Call or email if this
> > sounds fun, or if you have any questions and GOOD
> > LUCK!
> >
> > General Store
> > 824 East Locust Street
> > Milwaukee, WI
> > 53212
> > 414-265-7813
> > Contact Tyson@0tv.com for questions
> >
> >
> >hey I've got some mixed tapes, I'm not sure if you would be
> interested
> if there is any one that is... hit me up... Eric @ eherbran@csulb.edu


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