NAMAC Conference August 26-29, 2009, BOSTON

The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture, NAMAC, will be holding their conference August 26-29, 2009 in Boston. The organization holds these events every other year and they are not to be missed bringing together a diverse array of media makers, activists, scholars, and policy makers. I attended the 2007 conference in Austin and […]

Joan Myers Podcast, Upcoming Blog Post, and Future Podcasts!

Just wanted to let everyone know about the interview with Joan Myers in our podcast area of the feminism 3.0 site. I think folks will find Joan’s commentary on the Fatty Arbuckle/Virginia Rappe scandal quite lively. Joan is promising another blog post very soon on her work. We had considerable interest and so much great […]

From IIACI: Jules Engel documentary

Hi everyone: Just wanted to let everyone know about the documentary in the works from Janeann Dill (our kindred spirit in praxis) of The Institute for Interdisciplinary Art and Creative Intelligence. The documentary, currently under production, is part of a much larger project exploring the work of the experimental artist, Jules Engel. The Jules Engel […]

64 Words for Aung San Suu Kyi

Please visit this site and leave your words of support for human rights and democracy activist, Aung San Suu Kyi. 64 Words for Aung San Suu Kyi Shared via AddThis

Assorted Tweets

Well, still looking for that best gadget that allows for twitter feeds.  I didn’t really find something that I thought looked good on the page or worked the way that I wanted so am going to let that go for now and catch up my blog posts, but will be on the lookout.   I […]

Open Video Conference, NYC JUNE 19-20, 2009

The Open Video Conference in NYC, June 19-20, 2009 should be a great event bringing together artists, activists, academics, tech types, and assorted culture jammers. It will be an opportunity to discuss issues around access, fair use, obstacles and vehicles to collaboration, decentralization, and democracy in the area on online video. Lots of cool speakers […]

Check out this great video on Fair Use! This issue came up many times this semester as we were working on the Multicultural America class blogs, and I think the video would have been a wonderful quick introduction to topic for my students — clear and concise as well as an advocate for importance of […]

Ada Lovelace Day!

Hi Everyone:Just wanted to join in on this great idea — blogging on women in technology as part of an international celebration: Ada Lovelace Day! You can find out more specifically about Ada Lovelace, who wrote the first computer programs for Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine during the 19th century by the organizer of today’s event, […]

We still wear “Lingerie” or did you Burn your Bra?

It was 100 years ago and still can’t get him to do the dishes! Nor do my laundry so perhaps, I should just do away with my ‘Lingerie” Is this something that the University of Wisconsin has continued to teach? SAYS LINGERIE IS USELESS FADIt cannot be seen and it enslaves washerwomen.RUFFLES ARE RAPPED Miss […]

FINAL SESSION

Final Session