Mark Shepard
Since the beginning
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Re: is google god?


now this is interesting, maybe - setting aside the whole nationalist
bit (a dead end, IMhO) -

<snip>
We ... "have to work even harder to build bridges," argues Mr. Wright,
because info-tech, left to its own devices, will make it so much easier
for small groups to build their own little island kingdoms. And their
island kingdoms, which may not seem important or potent now, will be
able to touch us more, not less.
</snip>

on island kingdoms (enclaves) and other matters:
http://www.hermetic.com/bey/taz_cont.html

ashcroft's worst nightmare

On Saturday, June 28, 2003, at 06:15 PM, t.whid wrote:

> overblown hyperbole?

DISCUSSION

Re: new release


On Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at 07:21 AM, Eryk Salvaggio wrote:

> It is not important, to be sure- I am only talking about art on the
> web,
> after all- no reason to take it seriously.

art on the web?

nothing serious?

guess U R right, as far as this list goes...

DISCUSSION

Re: Which is the real Human?


oh, come on....

On Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at 11:53 PM, marc.garrett wrote:

> The banding patterns seen on stained chromosomes from humans and
> chimpanzees are compared in detail, showing striking similarities.

DISCUSSION

Fwd: Operation Now, How, Wow


apologies for cross postings...

Begin forwarded message:

> From: jobeuys@16beavergroup.org
> Date: Mon Mar 31, 2003 11:37:48 PM America/New\_York
> To: <general@16beavergroup.org>
> Subject: Operation Now, How, Wow
>
>
> We formulated this e-mail after this evening's meeting at 16Beaver:
>
> Dear Friends and Colleagues,
>
> We have been in discussions to activate and invite others to organize
> some
> actions, activities and events in relation and response to the 'war on
> terror

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Re: Re:Safari (was Re:hypertext work)


hehe. t.whid. cool? fine on v.60 - gotta luv a browser that googles and
lets you vent your frustrations with bugs by mouse click. kudos to
atavar as well...

On Saturday, March 15, 2003, at 06:12 PM, Jack Stenner wrote:

> ....didn't even know I was cool :-)
>
> The animation is shockwave.....played fine with Safari v64, here.......
>
>> don't worry, lots of stuff is crashing safari these days ;-) was it
>> flash? i've noticed flash causing some squonky behavior in safari.
>>
>> i'm the cool kid who's using officially unreleased safari betas ;-)
>> (why? tabs, tabs, tabs!)
>>
>> On Saturday, March 15, 2003, at 04:27 PM, Rachel Greene wrote:
>>
>>> I agree -- this is really cool... FYI the animation at the end
>>> crashed my
>>> safari browser 2wice....
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>> I like the work of michael atavar. it's simple, delicate and
>>>>> poetic. check out 'thethingasitis'.
>>>>> http://www.atavar.com/thethingasitis/
>>
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