[iDC] Re: iDC Digest, Vol 22, Issue 12

Saul Ostrow sostrow at gate.cia.edu
Sun Aug 20 18:31:00 EDT 2006

The question is who do we want to be rather than what will technology make us - or
inverse what are the technologies we need as opposed to the ones we are given - the
answer to both lies in not only subversion, intervention and resistance (all of which
represent reactive stances) but also a rethinking of the various ideologies that order
us who do not want to be cyborgs nor wish to see everything come to be a potential
reserve of capital - if cultural production is to an arena of progressive research and
devolopement - we who are engaged in that area of production of to enter into new
dialogues both in terms of our history and in terms of how it is we come to imagine our
future. All to many of the networks presently in place to realize such goals are fueled
by received notions as such they have failed to construct a history of their own. As you
an dI know these recieved histories and their ideologies are often toxines produced by
the viral ideology of capital

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