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Lee Manovich - cultural software

Writings and texts by Lee Manovich with research areas such as:

- the aesthetics of information society;
- analysis of the categories and forms of new media such as interface, visualisation, simulation;
- the development of new concepts for new media theory: cultural interface, database narrative,
spatial montage, meta-media, macrocinema;
- criticism of new media art;
- the impact of computerization on visual culture;

Writings of Hakim Bey

Online writings of Hakim Bey, author of TAZ - Temporary Autonomous Zone and more

Alternatives 2005: Contemporary Art Spaces in Asia

Our new publication, Alternatives 2005: Contemporary Art Spaces in Asia, enlists the hottest spots to see the latest works of contemporary art in Asia. This guidebook was compiled for readers who may want to visit Asian cities to see the local contemporary art scene, those who are looking for partners and collaborators for an exchange program with arts professionals, those who are carrying out research, and many others who are interested in Asia and would like to access local information. visit for more information

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MIT Open Courseware

a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world. OCW supports MIT's mission to advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the 21st century. It is true to MIT's values of excellence, innovation, and leadership.

Journal of Aesthetics and Protest

The Journal of Aesthetics and Protests flies in the airs of the present, gathering up words like sticks shaking in the breeze. The journal sits at a discursive juncture between art and (often anarchist) activism with the knowledge that a knowledge and discourse are one tool to change the world.

The Journal, aware of the possibilities of the boundless moment, searches for ways to think through the cultural and political ramifications of representation. In word and aspiration, The Journal dreams toward a world that differs from "a celebration of the choice already made in the sphere of production, and the consummate result of that choice.

Horizons - Computer Aid Abroad magazine

community aid abroad magazine

Living Chi Magazine

Homepage for the Australian Academy of Tai Chi & Qigong
and Feng Shui Academy of China. Chi is the energy that animates the universe. It comes from the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe. For thousands of years the Chinese have known that a free flow of chi, or life energy, through the body is essential to physical and mental wellbeing. The ancient Chinese way to bring life energy, balance and harmony into your life

Beat Magazine

Australian music street press


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