Decluttering my inbox I found an email from Trond suggesting I might be interested in NetBehaviour:

Netbehaviour is an open email list community for sharing ideas, posting events, opportunities, facilitating collaborations in the area of artists, academics, soft groups, writers, code geeks, curators, independent thinkers, relationalists, activists, networkers, net mutualists, new media types, new media performers, net sufi’s, non nationalists.

I might indeed be interested. I’ve signed up, so I guess I’ll see soon enough.

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  1. Isabella

    Learn Linux.

  2. lostlog

    Seven+Eight Years of Sound and Light
    For a while I’ve been in touch with two students at the Institute of cultural studies and art history at the University of Bergen. Steinar Sekkingstad is writing his thesis on sound arts in the Nordic countries in the last ten years, mainly focusing …

  3. lostlog

    Seven+Eight Years of Sound and Light
    For a while I’ve been in touch with two students at the Institute of cultural studies and art history at the University of Bergen. Steinar Sekkingstad is writing his thesis on sound arts in the Nordic countries in the last ten years, mainly focusing …

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