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Assemble For Rights NYC


Assemble For Rights is a growing alliance of organizations and ordinary New Yorkers united to protect freedom of speech and assembly in NYC.

In light of recent efforts by the NYPD to create new rules regulating public gatherings, we have come together to ask the New York City Council to take charge in this matter. NYC needs new public gatheringrules. The city’s current rules are not effective in protecting civil liberties nor do they give the NYPD clear guidelines for policing public events. However, we believe only the New York City Council, as the representatives of the people, have the authority to make laws that affect our fundamental freedoms. We call on City Council to pass legislation that both safeguards the full expression of our constitutional rights and ensures the public safety. Assemble For Rights has put forward legislation that will accomplish these goals, and we urge the City Council to adopt it.



ReTransmission is a gathering of citizen journalists, video makers, artists, programmers and web producers who are developing online video distribution tools for social justice and media democracy.

The Free Open Source Software community has provided a wide number of production and distribution tool on the Net, while the Creative Commons copyleft licence offers a way to share content without commercial exploitation. The event has been organised to add to the work of these and other communities to contribute to the building of real world usable tools for distributing and sharing video online.

Recipe for Downtown, LMCC

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council - Recipe for Downtown

What’s your recipe to change downtown? Lower Manhattan Cultural Council invited the public to spice up the pot by suggesting their “recipe” for the area south of 14th Street, be it anything from a design for a new public piazza to the instructions for making a new kind of pizza.

What we'll produce is a recipe book for downtown to be published using “just-in-time” printing by Dexter Sinister.

The book will be released at the Cities, Art and Recovery Book Launch. For more information including how to get a copy of this book, stay tuned to this page.

Wizards of OS


„Information Freedom Rules" is the title of the 4th Wizards of OS conference, taking place in Berlin on 14-16 September 2006. Among the topics are the future of free software and the presence of free netlabel music, the freedom of art and the free culture nation Brazil. The rules to be discussed include copyright law and licenses, quality assurance in free information and regulation of the electromagnetic spectrum, an essential resource as we move into the mobile wireless era. Another essential resource is money. New rules for an economy based on free culture will be one of the focus issues of WOS4.

Natalie Jeremijenko at Postmasters

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September 7 - October 7, 2006
OOZ, Inc. [...for the birds]
Infrastructure and facilities for high-density bird cohabitation on the roof of Postmasters Gallery

with public housing projects by:
Aranda/Lasch + TerraSwarm
Leeser Architects
Materialab with Gensler+Gutierrez
OpenSource Architecture
SYSTEMarchitects llc

perch design: Phil Taylor
water systems designed by Fountainhead
landscape design consulting: Kate Bakewell
urban system consulting: LOOK/Laura Kurgan

Opening reception: Thursday , September 7, 6-8 pm

The Spectre of Particle Capitalism

An Essay by Keith Sanborn

For *Particles of Interest: Tales from the Matter Markets*
By Diane Ludin and Ricardo Dominguez

A Transvergence Beta Project For:
ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge &
the Thirteenth International Symposium of Electronic Art
(ISEA2006) AUGUST 7-13, 2006

*The Spectre of Particle Capitalism*




>>>>> Call for Interventions >>>>>>>>>>

Global Webcast, Saturday, August 12 2006, 9-11 PM (CET)
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Outraged at Israel's ongoing aggression on Lebanon - which since July 12 2006 has killed over 900 people (mostly civilians), displaced nearly one million people (1/4 of Lebanon's entire population), and wrecked Lebanon's infrastructure and economy - we say: khalas! enough!



OPEN CALL | LOCUS SONUS (French version below)
August 2006

Open Call to participate in the Locus Sonus Audio Streaming project !!

* This is a call from the French based Audio in art research group Locus Sonus to participate in their streamed soundscapes open web-mike project.

* Open an ogg audio stream from your home or garden (no pre-recorded playlists please) and become a remote member of the Locus Sonus orchestra.

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