[NetBehaviour] very very last moment for Ada Lovelace contributions...
agora158 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 20:27:32 CEST 2009
Hi Marc and Ruth! I have beeen abroad (Palestine and Syria, Damascus) and
have not been able to contribute anything to the exciting project. I started
a digital magazine for women 1995, it was called Ada and it's today archived
in the adress http://www.algonet.se/~agora/ada/index.html
The mag was only in Swedish and it's today discontinued but it's still used
as a good archive of articles related to women and technology.
On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 7:47 PM, marc garrett <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
> Hi to those who have joined the list specifically to get involved with
> the Ada Lovelace project.
> The list has been compiled by Olga here is a link to it if you have
> missed it, it is on a list archive page:
> If you have just joined it is kind of finished but we can add your
> suggestions if you are quick :-)
> Below is the original post that Ruth Catlow made showing how it is done...
> wishing you well.
> In support of Ada Lovelace Day we are inviting all women who work in
> media arts and net art to join the NetBehaviour email list for a week
> between 23rd and 30th March.
> We would like to know about your work and that of other women who have
> inspired you in your own practice. So please come and squat the
> NetBehaviour list for a week (of course we hope you'll stick around for
> longer:) and share your inspirations with our friendly community of
> artists, academics, writers, code geeks, curators, independent thinkers,
> activists and net mutualists.
> Posts are welcome in any format and frequency. The following is offered
> as an example.
> MY NAME: Ruth Catlow
> URL: http://www.furtherfield.org/display_user.php?ID=14
> INSPIRED BY:
> Ele Carpenter - http://www.elecarpenter.org.uk/ for tech inspired and
> facilitated participation with Open Source Embroidery, her curatorial
> project exploring artists practice that explores the relationship
> between programming for embroidery and computing.
> Auriea Harvey - for her part with Entropy8Zuper in early intimate
> networked performances http://entropy8zuper.org/wirefire and for Endless
> Forest, Tale of Tales's bucolic social screensaver
> Mary Flanagan - for her energetic explorations as academic, educator,
> artist and programmer at the intersection of games, art and feminism and
> exploring collaborative approaches to thinking about values in
> At the end of the week we will collate all of the posts in the thread
> and feature them on Furtherfield.org.
> See you on Netbehaviour : ))
> With all best wishes from
> Ruth and the Furtherfield team
> Ada Lovelace Day -bringing women in technology to the fore
> sign a pledge to blog about inspirational women in tech on 24th March.
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