[-empyre-] This morns Transborder report brought to you by CCG

Ricardo Dominguez rrdominguez at ucsd.edu
Mon Nov 23 00:02:35 EST 2009

Hola all once again,

We the Chicana Coyotek Gangs (CCG) - we are trying this version out today.

What is your vote on this new name"

Speaking of votes.

CCG would like you to SWARM the VOTE TODAY.

How can I do that you ask and what am I voting for?

Here is the scoop - a new news story has popped-up at the OCR:

November 20, 2009 9:26 AM
GPS tool will help immigrants cross border
The Orange County Register

Lots of angry folks clicking in and voting on the poll:

Transborder Immigrant Tool
Does this tool pose a threat to national security?
Yes 86 %
No 13 %
Not sure 2 %
Total Votes: 152

(Found on the bottom right of the page).

You - YES YOU! - can go by and click "NO" and make Chicana Coyotek Gangs
(CCG) even
richer than we are already are!

So go now and do not hesitate. CLICK=ACTION!

Abrazos grandes,

P.S. Recent review by David Ronfeldt from the RAND about the Transborder
Immigrant Tool:

"fascinating. what an innovative twist."


David Ronfeldt
About Me
Professional status: retired. Fields: first 20 years, U.S.-Latin American
security issues (esp. Mexico, Cuba); last 15 years, worldwide implications
of the information revolution (cyberocracy, cyberwar, netwar, swarming,
noopolitik, the nexus-state). Goals: finish "STA" framework about how
people think and act; finish "TIMN" framework about social evolution
(past, present, future). Publications: mostly online at rand.org and

Ricardo Dominguez
Associate Professor
Hellman Fellow

Visual Arts Department, UCSD
Principal Investigator, CALIT2
Co-Chair gallery at calit2
CRCA Researcher
Ethnic Studies Affiliate
Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies Affiliate

Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics,
Board Member

University of California, San Diego,
9500 Gilman Drive Drive,
La Jolla, CA 92093-0436
Phone: (619) 322-7571
e-mail: rrdominguez at ucsd.edu

Project sites:
site: http://gallery.calit2.net
site: http://pitmm.net
site: http://bang.calit2.net
site: http://www.thing.net/~rdom

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