Re: [-empyre-] might be of interest here - Alan, apologies if not
I wish I could shed accurate light on the publication date. Switch went
through a major site redesign after my departure from sjsu, and the
relationship between the original site design(s) and the new design is
awkward. The best I can do is June 14th 2000. (See:
That is about right.
The newer interface version of Bosma's text can be found here:
Thanks Ana for reminding us about this interesting document on nettime
and its history.
Alan Sondheim wrote:
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Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2004 12:31:12 +0100
From: Ana Buigues <abuigues@WANADOO.ES>
Reply-To: "WRYTING-L : Writing and Theory across Disciplines"
Subject: FW: Re: what is going on, on nettime?
Josephine Bosma, "Text for Moscow: Between moderation and extremes. The
tensions between net art theory and popular art discourse," Switch v6 n1
[art journal of the CADRE Laboratory for New Media of the School of Art and
Design at San Jose University] Date of on line publication not available. 9
April 2001 <http://switch.sjsu.edu/web/v6n1/article_b.htm>
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