For the month of March, two artists in a long-distance relationship are going to put all their electronic communication online. Phone conversations, emails, IMs, camera phone pics, the lot, it’ll all be online under a Creative Commons licence. IN Network, the performance is called.

So far, only camera phone pictures and a flight itinerary, complete with reservation numbers. I kind of hope the reservation numbers are fake, though I realise my reaction (don’t put that online!) is probably exactly what they’re after. Shock people, push the limits, make us question how we use this technology.

And heck, it’s simply giving the general public access to what a skillful hacker or the intelligence of any government could easily and may frequently gather. (Via Turbulence)

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    Looks like these days I’m quite into this artistry mood, especially about digital culture related stuff. So I’m going now to bounce this bit, found on Jill’s blog: title=?publish a life under a creative commons license?> For the month of March, two …

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