:: Monday, July 05, 2004 ::

NEW WRITING: A tale of two lists

BY: Linda Carroli

EXCERPT: It's often difficult to maintain a coherent discussion in online environments, especially where those discussions relate to net art or new media practice. This isn't to say that the level of discussion is incomprehensible; merely that this is quite a fractious and open field. And, of course, there’s definitely something to be said for the 'free for all', cacophonic relays that take place in many lists. These forums have the potential to reshape art writing including hierarchies of criticism and practice as well as extend the artistic practice into the writing space.

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ORIGINAL POST:Thursday, June 24, 2004

BY: Eduardo Navas

Today I recommend Jimpunk's Web TV, a weblog emphasizing the extended influence of TV media on the web. The project has been going on for some time now, and the amount of graphics archived may turn out to be one of the most ambitious and interesting online projects commenting on blogging culture.

ORIGINAL POST:Friday, June 26, 2004

BY: Peter Luning

The French x-arn.org has created a metablog called artnode. This metablog catches feeds from the following art and art-related mailing lists and blogs: artinfo, asco-o, eu-gene, spectre, syndicate, thingist, xchange, bek, coin-op, community intelligence, Discordia, Etoy, eyebeam, Locative Network, MTAA, NetArtReview, Newsgrist, rhizome texts, Rhizome Net Art News, runme, Stunned, del.icio.art, del.icio.net.art.