:: Friday, December 24, 2004 ::

This is a simple post wishing all of Net Art Review's readers and contributors a good time with friends and family during the last days of 2004.

:: Eduardo Navas [+] ::
:: Thursday, December 23, 2004 ::
Ghost vs machine? Or human vs ghost? An interactive sound object from Carbonatedjazz. Risk of hypnotization...

:: Daniele Balit [+] ::
:: Wednesday, December 22, 2004 ::
Oohh... net art links are back!

www.idep.es has a great set of videos (click on "galeleria").

Looking for a decent blog directory, outside the usual suspects? Check blogorama.

Selected News

Google turns out to be friendly to viruses--check the search...

The one-year toll of Mozilla over MS Explorer

Yet another music player aiming to debunk ipod

The future of Nanotechnology in France--2006 is the expected year for a new research center.

Supernova, an online source where movies could be downloaded for free (and illegally) is closed down.

While the Washington Post buys Slate, The BBC decides to close down some of its webpages.

The Quixote gets to gallop the Web. Activities by the centennial committee dealing with the first part of the book will be published online.

Argentina adds one million internet users. The number jumped from 6.5 to 7.5 in the last year. Most people logged on from public places, like cyber-cafes.
:: Eduardo Navas [+] ::
:: Tuesday, December 21, 2004 ::
Readers who have not had a chance to visit Furtherfield.org should know that the website is up now. As the net communities are aware, the web resource was hacked a month or so ago. And while you're at it, make sure to check out Data Agency, a collaboration of Furtherfield with SCAN.

Intelligent Agent's latest issue is out and available online in PDF format.

:: Eduardo Navas [+] ::
:: Monday, December 20, 2004 ::
Currently at Whitney Artport, The Whitney Museum of American Art's portal to Net Art is a selection of projects by Diane Ludin on the topic of information and the body with particular focus on the combination of ideas of the internet and genetic DNA.

Diane's work "recycles existing Internet news media to collage a series of automated records of contemporary communication".

:: Garrett Lynch [+] ::
Selected News

The business of the search engine: Yahoo & Verity and the google dynamic--switching to the desktop

Consumer culture: The ipod is scarce, and in Canada a levy is in play: legal/ilegal?

The top ten scientific achievements? Got Mars?

Got an electronic greeting card? Check for viruses

And the web pirates are still getting sued... 754 is the number

Russia is game in mobile phone internet access.

IE Explorer's latest hole: cross-site scripting attacks

A French take on the Google's virtual library project, then the Mexican take

The war of games

Mobile itunes--the next move by Apple

Viruses attack servers in Uruguay

:: Eduardo Navas [+] ::
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