[NetBehaviour] in support of Ada Lovelace Day...

maria lusitano santos marialusitanosantos at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 20:00:18 CEST 2009


Hello. I am an artist quite new to all this.  My blog is
www.marialusitano.com

I really enjoyed also the compilation done on the Ada Lovelace Day. Thankyou
for promoting this initiative that as been so helpful and amazing to me and
I am sure, many others.

Thankyou

Maria Lusitano

On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 7:37 PM, marc garrett <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
> wrote:

> Hi Netbehaviourists,
>
> I just wanted give a warm thanks to Olga Panades who has recently joined
> the furtherfield crew - for compiling all of the Ada Lovelace Day
> material submitted by everyone here.
>
> It took from 10am this morning till 5pm in the afternoon to create one
> single list...
>
> Thanks Olga :-)
>
> My job is to add extras or take away anything that looks a bit minimal
> or non-contextual, and then turn it into one document to be added to the
> front of furtherfield for the world to see. To be honest, I am not sure
> how long this will take. May be a couple of days...
>
> This whole project, process & experience has proved that Ada Lovelace
> lives on in all of us in various ways. Not just that, it seems that the
> connection we have made here, whilst sharing together the women we
> respect and admire; has reconnected us to a spirit which allows us to
> see why we are doing what we are doing in life. Hopefully, if there has
> been any doubt regarding issues around femnism or problems around
> individuals and groups being made invisible by the structures and powers
> that be; we use this collective occassion to atleast draw some
> inspiration from the energy and positive voices whom have generously
> offered their time in submitting such a comprehensive selection of women
> who have and are involved with technology, art, activism and theory.
>
> It is a valuable resource and I will definitely be directing students
> and others to view this list regularly.
>
> Anyway Nuff said,
>
> It would be great if anyone would like to offer a few sentences
> regarding the project and we can add it to the list as an introduction.
> A woman would be preferable in view of the circumstances ;-)
>
> wishing all well.
>
> marc
>
>
>
>
>
>  > In support of Ada Lovelace Day we invited all women who work in media
>  > arts and net art, who were not already subscribed, to join the
>  > NetBehaviour email list for a week between 23rd and 30th March.
>  >
>  > We asked all of them to contribute by listing some of the women that
>  > had inspired them. We promised to collate all the posts and so we did.
>  > Here is the result. Thanks to all of those - women and men - who have
>  > contributed to this tribute!
>
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> > In support of Ada Lovelace Day we invited all women who work in media
> > arts and net art, who were not already subscribed, to join the
> > NetBehaviour email list for a week between 23rd and 30th March.
> >
> > We asked all of them to contribute by listing some of the women that
> > had inspired them. We promised to collate all the posts and so we did.
> > Here is the result. Thanks to all of those - women and men - who have
> > contributed to this tribute!
>
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