brian carroll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wed, 18 Jul 2001 12:42:59 -0800
hi ~e-list, things are rather bad lately and my computer,
being broken, has made it difficult to write and work, and
the electronetwork.org project has been put on temporary
hold, i hope, until i can regroup, find a new computer
and get support from others, in collaboration. given the
nature of the Seeing Cyberspace essay, i have had many
interesting institutional visitors, public and private,
and my system is being pinged and portscanned and attempts
made at ftp access and other things, along with other weird
abberrations. i am making two visitors public, as i imagine
they are 'at work' while visiting the Seeing Cyberspace site,
and would like others to know that very many major Defense
and Intel departments have been accessing the project site.
this is not necessarilly a bad thing, but it does not do
much for a person's health, when because of their ideas they
are locked out of the educational system, and whatnot. if
only there could be structural changes in the system at
large, where collaborative democratic action could be
taken, in a shared endeavor, rather than the current
logic of either this or that system going forward...
a transformation is needed. one way is war, another
is not war. i hope others will stand by this call to
change the way things are being done, to better reflect
the human and public interest. please consider helping
electronetwork.org in its public mission. it is now the
work of one individual, whom is not doing so well, and
needs some assistance to keep this thing alive and in
a responsible but challenging strategy for change and
transformation, which we could do together, if we want.
more info will follow, about my particular case, as
things are rather serious now. more info to follow...
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