Rachel Greene
Since the beginning
Works in New York, Nebraska United States of America

Rhizome is friends and family for Rachel, who has been involved with the org. in one capacity or another since 1997 when it was rhizome.com!!
Rachel wrote a book on internet art for thames & hudson's well-known WORLD OF ART series: it was published in June 2004. She was a consultant and catalogue author for the 2004 Whitney Biennial. She has also written for publications including frieze, artforum, timeout and bomb.
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Re: URLx4

i am not an animal... animal boy. i love this david!! congrats. can you
explain more about the project? i understand it formally, but can you talk
about what your interests were?

> hello:
> wanted to announce relaunch of lightofspeed. am including additional links in
> case lightofspeed is not your cup of tea.
> enjoy,
> /dc
> peter horvath's "life is like water":
> http://www.6168.org/subway
> some great information design:
> http://www.logicaland.net
> brainball is very smart:
> http://smart.interactiveinstitute.se/smart/index_en.html
> reanimated favorites:
> http://www.lightofspeed.com



trying to find hank bull

hi -- i am trying to track down mr. hank bull, a network art pioneer from

just so you know how cool he is, this is an old chat from 96' i found here:

Hank Bull
Greetings from The Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. My
class is on the next machine deconstructing the new Skinny
Puppy CD. The course is called "Art in the Age of Digital
Dissemination." We are working in a MOO (Digital University),
building websites and, today, having a look at the resources of
Artswire. Like so many artschools, this one trying to preserve
ceramics and drawing while at the same time keeping up with a
new generation of students who have already migrated to

if anyone knows how i can find this person, i would be so grateful. best,


Nigerian Women Storm 4 ChevronTexaco Flow Stations

Nigerian Women Storm 4 ChevronTexaco Flow Stations
Wed Jul 17, 1:35 PM ET

LAGOS, Nigeria (Reuters) - A group of women has occupied four ChevronTexaco
flow stations in southwestern Nigeria, a local community chief said
Wednesday, just as the firm is trying to end a blockade at a nearby export

Edwin Clarke, leader of the Ijaw ethnic group, confirmed reports that women
from his community had stormed the flow stations -- whose combined output is
estimated at 150,000 barrels-per-day -- in four districts of the Delta

"We have sent people there to find out what is happening and why the women
are there," Clarke told Reuters by phone from the oil center of Warri.

A security source said about 1,000 women were involved in the new blockades,
which come as ChevronTexaco is struggling to end a 10-day siege at its
340,000 barrels-per-day Escravos terminal. A spokesman for the company said
he was aware of the reports but could not confirm or deny them.