Monthly Archives: October 2008

Russell Brand nazi boy

OK, it got rapidly silly but no-one should be surprised that the Russell Brand Jonathan Ross said-fucking-on-the-radio absolute pap story was manufactured to distract us. Distract us from the front page news obsession with ‘the’ crisis – which, I am … Continue reading

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Free Lex Wotton – Australian Injustice (International Actions)

Free Lex Wotton: Aboriginal Political Prisoner International Day of Solidarity London Rally 12 noon Thursday November 6th Australia House, Strand, WC2B 4LA On October 24th an all white jury found Lex Wotton, an Aboriginal man from Palm Island, guilty of … Continue reading

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Rosie Roh

For Roh – at the top of Penton Rise.

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Sonic Border/ Sonic Diaspora/Beyond Text

Please Go <here> for the more detailed (in process) Beyond Borders archive for this Project. There are a number of posts that lead up to the event described below, and a number of posts related to its aftermath, and details … Continue reading

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Thomas for Prez in 08

Thomas Altheimer would love to see friends and enemies for a screening of his 52 mins film Europe For President at Alma Enterprises’ project space on November 4th in Glasshill Street, SE1 (no street number, signs in the small street … Continue reading

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Goldsmiths UCU/NUS Teach-in on the market

Goldsmiths UCU/NUS Teach-in on the market Wednesday 29 October 08 WHY IS EVERYTHING FOR SALE? 1-2.30pm MRB Screen 2 Why a Likeness Cannot be Bought – Les Back (Sociology) Foreign policy for sale – Bart Moore-Gilbert (English) A history of … Continue reading

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FORCE OF METADATA Stiegler et al Nov 29 2008

An event organized by MRC & CCS: FORCE OF METADATA Symposium, Saturday, November 29th 2008, 9.30 am – 18.30 pm Goldsmiths Media Research Centre and Centre for Cultural Studies, London Speakers: Bernard Stiegler (Centre Pompidou, Paris): The Alternative of Metadata: … Continue reading

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